He gets stabbed in the stomach, a cameraman gets thrown overboard, and chaos ensues.
Joey Greco, host of "Cheaters" was in the middle of a routine confrontation on a boat in the middle of a lake when Bam!
The person who did the stabbing (it was the person doing the cheating) was quickly subdued and placed into police custody.
Yeah, I saw it, was flicking channels late at night. They stormed that guy's boat uninvited and then proceeded to harass him.
They then refused to leave after he told them to do so.
The Cheaters crew was acting like a gang of low-life thugs badgering this guy about his lack of morality.
The stabbing was a little much, but I'd be pretty pissed off too if a bunch of assholes barged into my house and started yelling at me about my personal life. "Cheaters" is a "reality show" where people who suspect infidelity from their SOs can get them investigated.
If there is evidence of cheating (and there always is), they give people the opportunity to confront their cheating spouse. I remember reading some of this discussion after this episode originally aired many weeks ago.I wanted to start a thread about it here, but was kind of ashamed to admit that I even watch this stupid show, especially after I had already started a thread about Paradise Hotel One other thing that sounded fishy about the Joey Gets Stabbed episode was that, in the wrap up at the end of the show, the narrator said that they couldn't find out any more information about possible criminal charges against the "alleged" perpetrator because they didn't have "standing" to find out. Although there may be certain very narrow exceptions related to minors, etc., if someone is charged with a crime in this country, it is a matter of public record.Anybody has "standing" to ask whether an individual has been charged with a crime, whether and when trial or pre trial hearings are pending, etc.Since the episode first aired, there has been, AFAIK no update on Joey's condition.I'm inclined to think that the whole thing was fake.I used to like this show more, but it is getting old.