Relative Insanity

2014, TV Show

Relative Insanity
Families are locked in rooms and win money through physical challenges as they try to outlast their competition.

Videos

Paid | iTunes Aired: 5/2/2014

Season 1, Episode 2
For some people, spending quality time with their families can be downright torturous! RELATIVE INSANITY challenges real families to work beyond their issues by coming together and competing for a cash prize of $25,000. Each week, two families, housed in separate living quarters, are locked together for two days, during which they attempt to outlast and outfox their neighbors by earning the most money through a series of physical challenges, spirited games and controversial family decisions. Unaware of how much money the other group has collected, each family will be tempted to spend their winnings on everyday items and household staples that will make their stay more pleasant. But everything has its price, and if any family member can't handle the heat and presses the "escape button" to leave the game early, they put the entire family's chance of winning in jeopardy.

Full Episode
Free | Xfinity Posted: 12/28/2014

The Crabtree Family discuss their crazy family, in this video extra from Episode 2 (Suburbian Schneiders vs. Country Crabtrees) of Relative Insanity.

Free | Xfinity Posted: 12/28/2014

The Arceneauxs debate whether or not to get rid of their black sheep, in this scene from Episode 1 (Southern Belles vs. City Slickers) of Relative Insanity.

Free | Xfinity Posted: 12/28/2014

The Crabtree Family get an earfull from one family member who is not happy about their food selection, in this scene from Episode 2 (Suburbian Schneiders vs. Country Crabtrees) of Relative Insanity.

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Premiered: April 25, 2014, on Lifetime
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Premise: Families are locked in rooms and win money through physical challenges as they try to outlast their competition.

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