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February on TLC

We have a love hate relationship with TLC. It has some really odd shows, but then we love to watch them. Really, who wouldn't want to watch Here Comes Honey Boo Boo? It's iconic and it's a guilty pleasure.

But sometimes we just cannot deal with the shows they screen. Firstly, where do they get these people? Seriously. Where? Are they normal? Are they even real? Check below for the source of our shock. And this includes Best Funeral Ever, which we blogged about a few weeks ago here

Catch up with real-life psychic medium Theresa Caputo and her vibrant family in the entertaining fourth series of Long Island Medium airing on Tuesday, 4 February from 20:00 on TLC Entertainment. With a waiting list of over two years, Theresa has turned numerous sceptics into believers by enabling them to communicate with those who have passed on. However, while Theresa commits herself to helping other families to find peace, her own family – particularly her children – occasionally get annoyed by her inability to turn this gift 'off'.

Lovable Honey Boo Boo, loud ‘n’ proud stay-at-home Mama June, chalk-mining dad Sugar Bear, and sisters Lauryn "Pumpkin", Jessica "Chubbs", Anna "Chickadee” and baby Kaitlyn return for a brand new season of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on Wednesday, 5 February at 20:00 on TLC Entertainment. Eight-year-old pageant sensation, Alana Thompson (a.k.a. Honey Boo Boo), has already proven that she is not your average beauty queen and when she's not chasing after crowns, she's hanging out with her family in rural Georgia, doing what they do best ­­­­− four-wheeling through mud pits, playing with the family's pet pig, and chowin' down on cheese balls. From family outings to family shoutings, the series takes us off the pageant stage and into the unapologetically outrageous family life of the Honey Boo Boo clan.

Step inside the world of Golden Gate Funeral Home, the 'it' funeral home of the South. Owned by Mr John Beckwith, Jr, his funerals are not sad, somber events, but rather celebrations of life and anything but ordinary. Families come to Golden Gate because they want a fabulous celebration in memory of their loved ones; these events take the death out of funerals! Catch all the drama when Best Funeral Ever makes its debut on Monday, 17 February at 20:00 only on TLC Entertainment.

Love makes the world go round, but in some instances, love and sex can lead people to the emergency room with medical mishaps that are bizarre, potentially risky and very, very funny! For the first time, doctors and nurses reveal the most unexpected, irresponsible and often hilarious accounts of sexual medical mishaps. Featuring hysterical and heart-warming documentary-style recreations based on the most outrageous stories ever told about what could go wrong during sex, we hear from women and men who find themselves in the most awkward positions you’ve ever seen – and we’re not talking about the Kama Sutra! Don’t miss Sex Sent Me to the ER premiering on TLC Entertainment on Friday, 21 February from 20:55.

*sigh* Can anyone blame us on why we have such a love/hate relationship with TLC? They are awesome, but yet so odd! 

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