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Wife Swap: Storms Brew in Both Families

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Two Moms from two different worlds trade places for two weeks.

Mother of two, Debby Zaring, a wife whose obsessed, competitivetruck-pulling husband doesn't appreciate her, swaps lives with another of mother of two, Corrie LaBrie, a wife whose main concerns are her appearance and partying like a rock star. After Corrie fails to make her new hubby appreciate his family by asking him to fix Debby's kitchen and throw a birthday party for the kids, she storms away. Corrie's teenage daughter storms out of the house when Debby takes away her cell phone and computer. You know it's going to be a good episode when a teen is involved because they listen to no one, real Mom or temporary Mom. Watch the drama unfold tonight at 8/7c p.m. on ABC.


Check back tomorrow when we chat with both Moms to find out how their lives changed after the show.

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Lynne February 6, 2008, 9:47 PM

Debby was the only normal person in the entire show. Her husband was a total ass and her kids were brainwashed by him. Corrie and her husband could use some parenting classes.

pixie February 26, 2008, 8:59 PM

first of all you do not need to judge thats gods place and second of all you do not know anythign about the family except what wasshown on tv which wasnt that much , you cant judge someone without meeting them first .

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