Sandi, 64, is a vivacious, spunky and fun grandmother who loves gardening. But as her drinking escalates throughout the day, Sandi turns her gin-fueled anger on her 88-year-old mother and her 45-year-old daughter, alienating everyone in her wake. Can Sandi finally make peace with her estranged family and get the help she so desperately needs before it's too late?
She drinks straight gin.
Gin on the rocks.
And beer and wine.
I really feel sympathy for this woman.
Her old bitch mother is a cunt, besides.
So is Sandi, R3.
Does anyone on this show work? How does
Sandi drink and garden all day in her own
home without income?
PS: I would drink like Sandi if I had those God awful teeth of hers.
Yeah, I spoke too soon. And I wondered that same thing about her income. Her house was pretty nice, and all she had to do was plan when to have her first beer of the day.
Interesting. I have an Aunt Sandi (spelled with an "i" as well) who's 64, vivacious, spunky and fun, but she never drinks a thing. However, we're thinking of staging an "intervention" because, well, she's a hoarder. Maybe not as bad as the ones on the show "Hoarders" who have dead pets buried under eight feet of garbage, but she very clearly has a compulsion, to the extent that no one in the family will even STEP FOOT in the place because her attic and garage have become so packed as to attract mice and rats, and my mom nearly fainted the last time she encountered numerous rat droppings in the guest closet. (My mom's a clean freak, but that's another story. Note that the aunt in question here is my dad's sister and not blood-related to Mom.)
Sandi became her mother, only worse.
At least Sandi's daughter stopped the cycle and she didn't have a mother or a father(he left).
And then the Interventionist made the daughter seem like she was the bad guy, R7. I am sure
the daughter had endured so much shit from her mother and just shut down ("cold") out of self-defense.
"Oh my God. I'm back. I'm home. All the time, it was... We finally really did it ... You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
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