Trading Spouses

Season 3 Episode 9

de Conciliis/Hawkins (1)

Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Dec 15, 2006 on FOX

Episode Fan Reviews (2)

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  • I really feel sorry for the children in the Hawkin\'s Family, they have to be the sadest children I have ever seen, my heart goes out to them.

    I am the mother of 2 african american boys and my heart goes out to the Hawkins boys as well as the young lady. People wonder why young black males behave the way they do, this is why. How hard is it to say I love you and to hug your own children, that is terrible. I really appreciate my husband so much after watching this show, I hope the young people in the Hawkin\'s family can break this awful change and be normal parents, they seem so lonely and sad I wanted to cry for them. Mrs. Hawkins should have put some of that aggression into making her husband treat her children right and speaking up for them. The other family has great kids and seem like nice people, I think she\'s going to have to chose between her husband and her life style and I think the husband was already very familair with his modeling partners body, and they have been getting to know each other for a while! I pray for all of them and really appreciate what I have at home, Thanks
  • These people are a mess. The only sane one in the bunch is the Hawkin\\\'s mother. She seems like a real person. Genuine and sincere. The Hawkin\\\'s father needs to soften up and give his children some affection!

    I can\\\'t believe the Miami husband, the model. Can you say PIG. If he\\\'s unhappy in his marriage then ask for a divorce. He was all over his model buddy.

    Mr Hawkins needs to lighten up and give his family some of that love I know he\\\'s able to give.

    Henrietta is doing well with nailing the Hawkin\\\'s problem. The dad needs to be more affectionate. Henrietta however, lives in an unreal world that most hard working middle class don\\\'t live. Enough with the \\\'decorating\\\' comments. The Hawkins home is clean and well kept.

    Marla... I just love her! Good mom. Very good.