Thursday, December 15, 2011

More Fear Factor Fallout reports that Monica, the mother who appeared on “Fear Factor” with her son Matias, was not happy with how the show depicted them.

Joe Rogan even took a shot at the duo on the show ... joking, "I hug my mom every time I see her ... but then I let go."

Monica tells us, "Last night when the show aired, I was SHOCKED. I am appalled and disgusted at the comments of people on the show about Matias’ and my relationship and how it seems ‘inappropriate’ for a mother and son. Are you kidding me?"

Monica adds, "In no way, shape, or form am I inappropriate with my son ... I’m broken hearted. Joe Rogan ... shame on YOU. You are a father. How dare you talk about my son that way?"

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Jackie was good…

Hmm!!!...I am extremely close to mother. Only idiots who have never been close to their parents will trash talk. I don't see anything wrong with people being close to their parents.

So many of the others are from bigots. JJ…

I thought her and her son were lovers, not because the show made it seem that way BUT BECAUSE OF HOW THEY ACTED TOWARD EACH OTHER. She needs to shut the hell up and think about how she and her son share intimacy in public or on national television.

Why is it okay for strangers to have sheet-obscured sex on national TV, but it isn't okay to be affectionate with someone you love?


You could edit that tape a million ways, but she WAS very CREEPY with her son. They both need their heads examined. I've never seen a guy THAT awkwardly kissy, feely with his mother. I've also never seen a Mom act that way. She did talk weirdly about him all the time, they hang on each other and kiss, and for crying out loud, she said they gaze into each other's eyes

She comments again just to make it clear she’s being hateful…

They ACTED like they were dating. If you watched and listened, you'd see how uncomfortable they make others feel. It wasn't Joe Rogan's fault. They were all over each other like lovesick teens and that was too weird for me, too. No guy hangs on his mom and keeps kissing her, holds hands, talk about each other like they are 'in love' and 'gaze' into each others' eyes. (her words, not mine...during the stunt with the truck...she said it gave them that moment. Ewww) She's raised him strangely to say the least.


What about the brother & sister who were chest-bumping? Ew.

I feel sad for Fluttergirl's brother.


It would have been majorly creepy no matter HOW that program was edited. Ewww. If you watched it, you'd hear her even say at one time that it gave them longer to 'gaze into one another's eyes'. What MOM says that about her son? They were abnormally touchy to the tenth degree. It really made me feel creeped out. It was like watching a girl and boyfriend. Sorry, Mom on show, but you have no right to be pissed no matter how they re edit that show. You guys are very, very, very overly on each other in non mother/son ways. Never have I seen that before, honestly.

That’s part of the problem, and that that’s too bad. These are adults who should be free to be affectionate with each other in any sense of the word. The people who make such comments are hurting so many people around them, and they don't even know it. They may not care.
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1 comment:

  1. They're airing reruns of this here in the Philippines.
    Honestly, I feel uncomfortable now as I did when I first saw it back in '11.
    In my opinion, had the Fear Factor producers NOT edited this episode, there would've been MORE inappropriate displays of affection, by this mom-and-son duo, that would have offended the show's core audience.


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