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Funny or Die Intervention Parody

Addicted to A&E's Intervention? You're Not Alone

Exploitation. Voyeurism. Tears. There are all sorts of reasons to tune into A&E's Intervention. Maybe it's because it capitalizes on people at their lowest of lows that we cannot help but feel a twinge of guilt for tuning in again . . . and again. Its viewers are certainly a loyal bunch — some people (mostly them) would go as far as to say addicted.

Now Funny or Die has given the obsessive need to watch Intervention a name, a face, a parody. It's not the funniest thing I've seen, though I do love when his sister says, "It's the driving that worries me," as we see Saturday Night Live's Fred Armisen, the addicted, driving while watching. And it does star Elisabeth Moss, Fred's fiancee, better known as Peggy Olson on Mad Men!

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mix-tape mix-tape 6 years
HAHA I always joked that I needed an intervention for watching Intervention. That show is addicting! I don't really know why I continue to watch it, by the end I'm usually in tears. Nevertheless I am a version of Fred in this video.
janneth janneth 6 years
Fred is hugly.
janneth janneth 6 years
Fred is hugly.
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