T.V. Series Review: Hoarders Buried Alive Season 3

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Hoarders Buried Alive Season 3 Summary

Season 3’s episode count start where Season 2 ends.

Season 3, Episode 28: Surviving On Trash

In Merritt Island, Florida, Jerri, a wild and eccentric woman, was once known as the local neat-freak. But her eye for treasures has gotten the best of her over the years, forcing her to abandon her once-beautiful home after filling it to the brim. Now, her pregnant daughter Traci wants to clear the trash and move into her childhood home. But it is on the verge of being condemned, due to a toxic swimming pool, that’s gone several years uncleaned.

Season 3, Episode 29: There Are Mice Everywhere

Compulsive hoarder Kathleen of Beaux Arts Village, Washington discovers a horde of mice living in her kitchen numbering in the thousands. And for extreme hoarder Jaime’s future son-in-law, spending the night in a hoarded Portsmouth, New Hampshire home might very well end a marriage before it even begins.

Season 3, Episode 30: Not A Safe Place

Extreme Hoarder Renee almost died when emergency workers responding to a 911 call in Encino, California were unable to get through her front door. With her home now declared unlivable by the authorities, Renee knows she needs to make a change.

Season 3, Episode 31: A Horrible Sight

Rick desperately tries to salvage his cluttered Whitehorse home that was nearly destroyed in a house fire. Just five years ago, Linda was homeless, and slept under a filthy San Ysidro, California overpass. If she can’t get her house up to code in 60 days, they’ll take it away and she’ll be back on the streets.

Season 3, Episode 32: I Was Gonna Gag

Floyd grew up in a rural area, with an abusive father and a mother who looked the other way. His hoarding was triggered when his father had his childhood home and cattle ranch torn down, despite Floyd wanting to move back. The unsafe conditions in and around the Lava Hot Springs, Idaho trailer of the extreme hoarder have been brought to the attention of Child Protection Services. Now he must clear his hoard or risk losing his own three-year-old son, Charlie.

Season 3, Episode 33: Is That A Goat?

Retired US Marine, Donny, has been to jail twice because of the massive hoard in his waterfront Fishing Creek, Maryland home. With the county at his door, the clutter has put his freedom in jeopardy yet again. And while Joyce sees comfort in her doll collection, everyone else sees a creepy obsession that has overtaken her Stockton, California condo.

Season 3, Episode 34: Stop Touching My Stuff!

It takes most hoarders a years to fill a home with stuff. For 16-year-old, Haley, it can take less than a week to fill a bedroom in her Sterling, Illinois home. Her parents can only hope that a visit with an extreme hoarder who’s lost it all will finally scare their daughter straight.

Season 3, Episode 35: Overtaken By Puppets

Once a professional ventriloquist, Donna’s career has since turned into an obsession with hundreds of puppets in her Cutchogue, New York home and her life. For compulsive hoarder Harold, being a good father is difficult when your daughter isn’t even allowed inside your Salt Lake City home.

Season 3, Episode 36: I Can’t Breathe

Larina is a single mother of 4 living in Churubusco, Indiana. Everything in her life was going well, until her abusive ex-boyfriend raped her and slit her throat in her own front yard. She survived, scarred by the brutal attack, and turned to hoarding. But when confronted with the challenge to let go of her clutter, Larina’s compulsion threatens to win the battle.

Season 3, Episode 37: Tiny Monsters

Sherry’s hoard has forced her husband out of the Yanceyville, North Carolina home they both loved. Now, authorities are threatening to take away her children and condemn her home. With only weeks to clean it up, Sherry could lose everything she loves.

Season 3, Episode 38: My House Can Kill Me

Hsi Ming and Miranda are both mothers and extreme hoarders. Miranda’s obsession has left her twin toddlers with no room to play amongst the hoard. Hsi-Ming emigrated to the U.S. from China when she was a child, leaving everything she knew and loved behind. Now, her daughter is concerned for her mother’s health and safety after seeing the unsafe conditions in her Wynnburg, Tennessee home.

Season 3, Episode 39: Owned by the Roaches

Celia, a Wauchula, Florida addiction psychologist, helps others daily, but can’t solve her own hoarding problem. Now she’s losing the battle against her stuff and the millions of roaches infesting her home.

Season 3, Episode 40: I’m Dumbfounded

After years of hoarding, Vickie and Jeff’s marriage is at its breaking point. Beyond the stress of the clutter in their Idaho Springs, Colorado home, as well as on their relationship, Vickie reveals the secrets she’s been keeping from him. Will there be any chance left of saving their marriage?

Season 3, Episode 41: It’s Just Sex

Janet and Henrv have kept their hoarding a secret from everyone. But as they confront the clutter, shocking secrets concerning their relationship and sex lives are coming to light. Now, they are in a fight to save their Richmond, Virginia home – and their marriage.

Season 3, Episode 42: Worst I’ve Ever Seen

The city of South Bend, Indiana is threatening to demolish Caryn’s home and if the condition doesn’t change, the consequences could be devastating. Theresa is putting her stuff before her children in their time of greatest need and could end up losing everything, including her Evans, Georgia home

Season 3, Episode 43: A Bomb Went Off

Phyllis’ neighbors are complaining about the trash bags piling up outside of her Hamilton, Ohio home, while the inside of her home is so packed that she can barely move around. Faye, who suffers from COPD, realizes her hoard is killing her. She bought her house in Cypress, Texas just 10 years ago, but it is now home to piles of junk, rats – both dead and alive – spoiled food, and an algae-covered pool.

Season 3, Episode 44: Unbelievable

Brad isn’t sure why he hoards but he is certain that piles of clothing, expired foods, and other items have taken over his mobile home in Collinsville, Illinois. Meanwhile, Mary has been evicted and has just weeks to clean out decades of stuff or have her Frederick, Marylandrowhouse condemned.

Season 3, Episode 45: Are You Serious?

Hoarding has not only destroyed Carol’s relationship with her daughter, but her Warren, Michigan home as well. Now, she has one final chance to clean up, or say goodbye to her forever. Also, Amy’s years of collecting have turned into a massive hoard. With her Opp, Alabama home nearly unlivable, she seeks help.

Hoarders Buried Alive Season 3 Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

I admit I have a weird obsession with this show. It is sad and painful but seeing the transformation is so brightening and encouraging. I honestly watch Hoarders to be inspired to clean when I don’t have the spoons. Even just a few things a day gets done.

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