Next Episode of Wife Swap (US) is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Wife Swap is an American reality television program that was first broadcast on the ABC network in 2004. In the program, two families, usually from different social classes and lifestyles, swap wives/mothers – and sometimes husbands – for two weeks. The program will usually deliberately swap wives with dramatically different lifestyles, such as a messy wife swapping with a fastidiously neat one, documenting the cultural and social differences that the two families discover with the new family member. A spin-off series of featuring celebrities debuted January 2, 2012 under the title Celebrity Wife Swap. On March 2, 2013, ABC confirmed that original Wife Swap would return March 21, 2013. (source: en.wikipedia.org)
In the second week, when the wives change the rules and turn the tables, Ro is determined to give the boys their childhoods back and tries to convince Dave that closing the coffee shop will give him more time to be a father to his sons. Ro also rules that Dave must care for reborn baby Emma to learn how to be more affectionate with his own children, but he threatens to "flush it down the commode!" At the Dragos', Teresa rules the family must learn responsibility by running a family hot dog cart and that Nick help advertise the cart by wearing a hot dog costume. Teresa also rules that Jay and the kids stand up to Ro by cleaning out her overstuffed closets. Nick says Teresa "is ruining their family" and threatens to leave. After two weeks in another home, can Ro Drago convince Dave that kids deserve a little fun and shouldn't have to work so hard? And can Teresa Cameron get Jay Drago to stand up for his family and become the real head of the household?.
A hard-working family band obsessed with becoming rich and famous swaps lives with a free-thinking family of activists who believe in going against the mainstream.
An artistic Goth family that encourages the kids to talk to the dead swaps with a family of hockey fanatics that doesn't hesitate to call kids losers when they play badly.
A reptile and animal-obsessed family with no rules or fashion sense swap with a strict family who can't stand animals and say that "fashion is more important than air,".
A successful family of inventors and entrepreneurs living their dreams swap with a family who, despite becoming unemployed, maintain a cheerful outlook while struggling to live in a trailer park on a low income.
In the first week, Debbie arrives at the Haller-Wren home and immediately decides they're "dirty, freeloading hippies." She sees a family photo and mistakes Elijah for a young girl. When Reuben takes her to a drum circle, Debbie is so uncomfortable that she walks out and heads home. She's concerned at the boys' lack of participation in "manly" group sports. Meanwhile in the Spencer home, McKenzie is greeted at the door with a scale, broom and mop. She instantly feels disrespected by Mike, and is upset that he, Kirby and Chase apparently never help Debbie around the house and expect their mother to take care of all the chores. Things come to a head in the first week when Mike is exposed to McKenzie's underarm hair while exercising -- and he reduces her to tears. After two weeks in another home, can Debbie Spencer teach the Haller-Wrens how to become more masculine men? And can McKenzie Haller-Wren show the Spencer men how to value and appreciate their mother and -- quite literally -- get Mike to give birth to his feminine side?.
A clean-cut family who perform a wholesome variety show swap with a rule-free family of low-riders who let their girls wear and say anything they want.
A family who live the lifestyle of 1840s pioneers, including traditional roles for men and women, swap with a family obsessed with modern technology whose mom is the breadwinner.
A family who believe the Mayan prophesy that the world will end in 2012 may be true swap with a family dedicated to ensuring a bright and successful future for their kids -- especially their daughter, a golf prodigy -- .
A family whose mom runs an etiquette school and is raising elegant and pristine daughters swap with a mud racing family of rough and tumble tomboys who love burping contests and rolling about in the mud.
A family who gave up a sophisticated city lifestyle for the simple life on an organic goat farm swap lives with a divalicious mom who shops 'til she drops.
A family who put all their energy into only one of their five children because he is a "hip-hop star" -- but bypass the other four -- swap with a family in which the parents are obsessed with tracking the "Swamp Ape," as opposed to spending time with their only son.
A no-nonsense family of competitive gymnasts swap with an uncompetitive family of kickball enthusiasts who live for a good time.
A fun and flamboyant metropolitan couple who teach classes as relationship superheroes swap with a serious and strict mom and dad who moved to the country to protect their kids from the influences of the city.
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