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Season 21, Episode 8

Natasha

Age: 22
Location:  Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada
Addiction: Heroin, Meth

Official Synopsis:  When Natasha’s parents divorced, her mother, Linda, soon remarried. Natasha’s new life was a far cry from her father Wayne’s strict household. Alcohol and drug-fuelled parties were the norm and it wasn’t long before Natasha was partying with those who were supposed to take care of her. To many of Natasha’s friends, it was not a surprise that she began using harder drugs like crystal meth and heroin. Now a full-blown addict, Natasha, 22, has a chance to start her life over. But will Linda be able to convince Natasha to say yes to help when she’s never been able to say no to her daughter?

What’s Memorable:  Shooting up in a very gross bathroom before meeting her estranged dad for sushi, then spending the whole meal tweaking and twitching while telling him that everything’s fine, she doesn’t even use that much. The surprising “um, no” to the question of going to treatment and Andrew’s pretty masterful (and unsuccessful) attempt to convince her that yeah her family sucks but if she wants to get her own apartment she should go to rehab first, all while speed walking in freezing cold snow.

Date Aired: August 17, 2020 in US, aired as Intervention Canada Season 4 Episode 8 in November 2018.

Interventionist: Andrew Galloway, Dreamboat

 

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  1. Stefan

    LOL Andrew Galloway, dreamboat 🤣😂

    1. Stefan

      Personally I prefer Jesse but he isn’t hard on the eyes at all.

  2. Xlio

    There was something lovable about this girl. You can tell she’s hilarious. I got out of that stage, here’s hoping she will too

  3. Xavi

    She’s still a user.

  4. Amy

    Her family dynamic was so interesting. Her mom was an enabler but she didn’t even fully comprehend how long she had been enabling her. It was interesting to hear her accept responsibility for being an enabler.
    It was hard to watch Natasha struggling as she has such an effervescent personality even when she was sky high. To think that she has a super supportive family as well gives me hope she may figure things out in a way that work for her!