Haggard Busey Wifeswap Summary

OK… well, it’s Friday afternoon… and what better way to wind down for the weekend that a little reality television?

Specifically, Ted Haggard and Gary Busey on Wifeswap…

http://youtu.be/WC3i-QI3naY

I’m so excited, I feel like a sixth grader.

Your thoughts?

Found here.

5 Comments

  • Dillon January 6, 2012 Reply

    I’ve always felt as though I should wash after watching some of the more..hmmm..outrageous..versions of reality tv shows. This is no different.

  • rick January 6, 2012 Reply

    I thought the Haggards did a good job representing the faith.

  • Dan Smith January 6, 2012 Reply

    This is just weird, although I agree with Rick.

  • Dan January 7, 2012 Reply

    Well, both families seem like good folks and not as extreme as some on Wife Swap.

    However, apart from the money (is it $50,000?) I can’t see why they would do this sort of thing. Well, except for Gary Busey. He is on his own wavelength.

    In the end, I agree with Dillon. This show makes me cringe, and not in a good way.

  • Michael Kern January 9, 2012 Reply

    I was anticipating a train wreck and usually can’t watch this type of TV, so I was surprised in a positive way. I’ve never been a fan or foe of Ted Haggard, but both Ted and Gayle represented the faith well. Gayle was a model of grace towards Gary Busey and took firm, but gentle stances when she needed to. Ted was honest about his failings and responded well to the needs of his kids. They used the things of this world (Reality TV) toward a good end.

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