I happen to stumble upon one of the best TV shows into American culture. A very inspiring portal into the real, or shall I say “actual,” (Not Reality, Actuality) life of the hard working men and women of this dwindling economy who are losing their vehicles to the repo man… in this case, repo men and women, I think.
This would be a great time to play Repo Man from The Coup – from the original Genocide & Juice. – Just a shout out to Boots and the crew.
Back to the show.
So, I witnessed thugs about to throw down on the repo crew in Compton, a crazy screaming girl who wouldn’t let go of her early 2000’s Honda Accord, A man who twitched and then fell into an epileptic seizure when they started hooking up, and some red necks who thought that a rake would prevent the repo crew from taking their tractor. If that’s not enough to have you plan for a family evening around the television set Monday evenings, then you need to see the episode where they mace a lady who was getting her car repo’d in front of the salon she worked at. Her boss came out and was pissed she missed her payments, and even fired her on the spot.
I give this show 4 out of 5 talons, because you have to watch it to believe this crap is going on, and I ended up watching 3 episodes in a row!
The best part of the show is that they were able to get the Sally Struthers Southpark character to play Sonia Pizarro, one of the founders of the Repo company and sister to Lou Pizarro, who helps head up repo missions.
Here are shots of her previous television appearance on Southpark:
You would think she would change up her make-up and wardrobe for another show, but…