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Breaking Bonaduce 2 Seasons 2006

Season 2
(1) IMDb 5.3/10

2. Aching Bonaduce TV-14

Danny begins acting manic and belligerent in reaction to a season one episode he viewed for the first time in Mexico.

22 minutes
Original air date:
October 29, 2006
Season 2

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Genres Reality TV
Network 3Ball Productions

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Makell Bird on November 17, 2013
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I am a newbie in the world of Danny Bonaduce fandom. I wasn't even born yet when "The Partridge Family" aired, nor was I paying attention to his media scandals of the 80s/90s. So, "Breaking Bonaduce" was my introduction to the man. I admire his introspective, self loathing (albeit primarily cynical), comments and demeanor.

Of course, looking back, this show is a sad state of tumultuous affairs seeing as how (presently) Danny and Gretchen are divorced. Since this show's airing, Danny has bounced to Philadelphia (as a radio host) and now Seattle (as a radio host).

I highly recommend (to those looking for more genius-ly delinquent thoughts and quotes) you read Danny's self-written book Random Acts of Badness and find his radio program (currently in Seattle) to hear him daily.

Now, as far as this season goes, I didn't like it as much as the first season. I felt a LOT of things Danny was doing (like diving into Christianity) were not GENUINE actions and that he was just doing these things to please Gretchen which, in retrospect, was a waste of time on his part. Personal demons aside, Danny is too intelligent to fall for religion so I just wasn't buying it.
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