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Celebrity Rehab: Season 3
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This season is the same as the other previous seasons of Celeb Rehab and you should buy this if you are a fan of the show or you want to learn more about addiction. Sadly, many people see this show as mainly entertainment, but people have to understand that the cast members are human beings that do suffer from addictions and they are the same as people that aren't famous. People should push the fame aspect away and really focus on the pain that the cast members are expressing through their treatment at the Pasadena Recover Center.
After each patient is interviewed and assessed by Dr. Drew, they go into the rehab "program", which most days includes a mandatory therapy session in the morning. After that, unless some special activity is planned, it's often hard to tell what actually happens the rest of the day. Each patient has a different problem, and there is no set plan that everyone follows. Most are in a fragile condition, as they begin to experience the symptoms of various kinds of withdrawal. Some become lethargic, some get more high strung and irritable, while a few exhibit signs of aggression.
The facility has a small gym and a tiny pool, but there doesn't seem to be a lot to do. There is no television, cell phones, computers, or video games, and communications with the outside world is limited to a communal phone. With few distractions, it's not surprising that incidents occur. Each hour long episode (43 minute runtime) usually features some dramatic event or crisis, be it a confrontation, an emotional outburst, an issue related to treatment, or the house rules, a medical emergency, or someone deciding to leave.Read more ›
By being on shows like this, they probably get the help they need without having to pay for it - in fact they get paid to be in it. This kind of show can and should be a warning to people who use some of these serious substances. This kind of show shows what's involved in rehab, and that it's not a perfect cure. People have to be responsible for their own recovery to a large degree.
Also, by having various stars who most people have some connection to personalises the shows. I especially relate to Mackenzie Philips (Season 3)... and the rock musicians.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You can tell Dr Drew and his staff are really motivated to get each and every one of these patients well. Great showPublished 24 months ago by Christina Kingston
I watch each one of these and enjoy the next one as much as the first. Anyone can relate and learn from every episode.A must see. Puts the real in reality.Published on June 20, 2013 by B Beckner
Just watched it to fill in a few minutes before watching a movie; found it unpleasant and maudlin. Dr. Drew was surprisingly effective, though.Published on June 12, 2013 by anthony45
Loved the show, was very interesting and would love to watch more seasons of Celebrity Rehab. Dr. Drew is the best.Published on May 29, 2013 by Gary Lessard
Watching what these stars go through is difficult, but it's real life. What made this season even worse is knowing that 3 of the stars are now dead because of their addictions.Published on May 29, 2013 by Maura Clegg
you always learn so much from others and this show does show some of these things. Its worth a try!Published on April 2, 2013 by Kindle Customer
My favorite season. So touching yet so very sad. Really makes you think. Three stars gone now. They will be missed.Published on March 25, 2013 by Amazon Customer