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POLL: What is the saddest episode of Intervention?

What is the absolute saddest episode of Intervention?

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12 Responses to “POLL: What is the saddest episode of Intervention?”

  1. Mine is Richard K from canada. When he tells the story of him losing his sister Kim i cry every time. I can relate to what it did to him having lost my big brother to a motorcycle accident in 1987. Ive never gotten over it just like Richard with his sister.

    Posted by melissa | June 7, 2018, 5:53 pm
  2. Mine is Sandra, the mother from Las Vegas who was addicted to benzos. Seeing how traumatised her kids were, especially the younger one, broke my heart. That episode, Leslie and Bret were the only ones that made me cry.

    Posted by Janelle | June 7, 2018, 7:14 pm
  3. Definitely the final “Heroin Triangle” episode where we discover that Taylor died.

    Posted by Kristina | June 7, 2018, 7:20 pm
  4. Also the episode with Courtney, who ended up running away from her intervention and ultimately, not getting help. I always wondered if she made it to her sister’s wedding. It was heartbreaking to watch her sister run after her and try to connect with her.

    Posted by Kristina | June 7, 2018, 7:24 pm
  5. Megan from season 10 had the saddest outcome in my mind, because she had so much spunk and self-insight even in the midst of her struggles and seemed to be genuinely excited about life by the time she had been in treatment a little while. Seeing her last mug shot and reading about the shitty way she died makes that part hard to re-watch. Brittany from season 15, Charles from season 4, and Jackie from season 7 are the other most heartbreaking subjects to me. I’d also put Courtney up there.

    Posted by Laura | June 7, 2018, 8:58 pm
  6. Definetly Dana. Losing 3 of your 4 kids is unbelievably tragic and I would say she had the saddest episode.

    Posted by Andy | June 8, 2018, 12:55 pm
  7. Brett’s episode has stuck with me more than most. His children absolutely broke my heart, especially his son when he’s about to break down when the camera fades to black after he says, “He didn’t die an alcoholic. He died a dad”.

    Posted by Stefan | June 8, 2018, 1:33 pm
  8. The saddest to me was Brooke. Rheumatoid Arthritis can be horrible and she definitely had a pretty severe case, especially with her knees. She was so hungry for love and her family KNEW that….it made me sick that they withdrew their love as “punishment.” I understand that dealing with addicts can be unbearable, but the way they treated Brooke was really heartbreaking. Her sister’s refusal to allow Brooke in her wedding party was so unbelievably cruel. Seeing Brooke’s sad, bewildered face when her family shoved her off to the side at the wedding made me so angry.

    I was so encouraged when Brooke showed improvement at the rehab facility – the light had returned to her eyes and she seemed to have the pain under control. It was another heartbreak to find out she had not only returned to abusing drugs and had started using meth even. I realized then that she would never heal from her family’s cruelty.

    We hear a lot of participants say the producers made them look bad but the proof is in the pudding – the words came out of their mouths and there was no way to misinterpret their intent – punishing Brooke for her illness. I was heartbroken when I read that she died – she had such a loving, gentle soul that was destroyed by RA and her family. I hope they go forward from this point and help other addicts to honor her fight.

    Posted by Duchess | June 8, 2018, 4:29 pm
  9. For me, the saddest story was Richard’s from season 7. Hearing what happened to him as a child and seeing the significant amount of pain that he lived with was incredibly heartbreaking. His story really stuck with me.

    Richard seemed like such a great person and I hope that he was able to get the help he needed to deal with the trauma he suffered and live a happy life.

    Posted by Brian | June 12, 2018, 6:22 pm
  10. Trent is the one who sticks with me the most. From how beaten down he was to how protective he was of Constance (and how heartbroken she was over his addiction/their breakup), his intervention kills me. He’s one I wish they’d do a follow up on.

    Posted by Vicki | June 12, 2018, 8:49 pm
  11. Have never missed an episode. Used to work on a drug rehab unit and loved it.

    Posted by Kathy | June 19, 2018, 1:25 pm

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