The cast for the new season was announced today, and it's another stellar list of "celebrities" who will be working with Dr. Jenn Berman to improve their relationships. But if Doug Hutchison and Courtney Stodden, the most famous duo to come out of Couples Therapy, couldn't make it work…who can? Love is now dead.
But back to Farrah Abraham. Usually people who appear on Couples Therapy are, you know, part of a couple. But apparently the woman who has made a plaster mold of her lady parts got stood up by her significant other. Again, if someone who has appeared in something called Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom can't hold onto a man, then we should all truly give up on love if the Doug-Courtney breakup didn't make you already.
Questions we have about this situation:
Shouldn't Farrah be in regular therapy before couples therapy?
Since her boyfriend is a no-show, will the couples therapy turn into just straight therapy for her?
Seriously, shouldn't she be in therapy?
Will Farrah appearing by herself mean there could be a love triangle on the show? (But not involving Jon Gosselin, because please no).
Also appearing on the new season of Couples Therapy, besides Farrah all by her lonesome, are Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Taylor Armsgrong and fiancé John Bluher, Jon Gosselin (sigh) and girlfriend Liz Jannetta, rapper Ghostface Killah and Kelsey Nykole and Real L Word stars Whitney Mixter and Sada Bettencourt.
Couples Therapy is set to premiere on VH1 in January 2014 with eight one-hour episodes. Until then, let's try and think of things that are worse than Farrah showing up single to a show about couples therapy. What is she going to talk about with Dr. Berman? Probably confusing feminism with being a lesbian.