Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon, John Travolta, Kelly Preston, Kody Brown, Sister Wives, Ice T, Coco

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Happy (almost) Halloween, babes! Hope you're in for a fright...

We gave you the worst of the worst when it comes to coitus-disgustingus, and you all made it clear which couple you think is the most horrifying when they're humping. Trust, the results were pretty close, but one par-tick couple were clearly a more terrifying trick than treat.

And while each member of Team Awful has a certain couple they find particularly off-putting, we all agree that the winner—or loser, as it may be—is definitely worthy of the title:

Polygamist Kody Brown and his lovely wives Meri, Janelle, Christine and Robyn, of course!

Sister Wives


If you're not up on your mental math, we'll count ‘em for you: With the newest addition, Robyn, that's four wives that Kody has nabbed for his growing family tree ( Forest? Who knows!). Which means (barf) he's got plenty of opportunities for lovin'.

Don't believe us?

Ask any of his 16 kids. That's a lot of baby making, folks.

And while we agree that John Travolta and Kelly Preston's Scientology sexin', Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon's unexplainable glitter connection and Ice-T and Coco's hip-hop humpin' all make our skin crawl, you, like us, agree that the Utah crew is the cream of the creepy crop.

Just check out this comment from an unfortunately thoughtful commenter:

"[H]e clearly must have a favorite and not so favorite one in the bedroom too...can you imagine the sexual efforts each lady makes to be his #1...ughh!! gotta go puke."

And if you're not so familiar with Kody's cuckoo crazy clan, take a peak at the video clip below from the Sister Wives special. Just be warned that you'll find out once and for all if Kody considers himself a playboy.

Spoiler alert: He thinks he's "more like a party boy with my four girls."

And with that, Team Awful is officially celibate. Happy Halloween, indeed.

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