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Expanding on the 2011 special "My Collection Obsession," this series introduces viewers to people who have dedicated their entire living space to a certain infatuation that each has, from one woman's preoccupation with the color pink to a couple who own more than 5,000 Cabbage Patch Kids. Some of the profiles include people who never before have allowed cameras to document their secret world of one-of-a-kind treasures and sometimes bizarre, never-before-seen habits and rituals. The program also reveals the amount of time, money and effort required of the individuals to maintain their passions.

Latest episodes

aired 57 days ago
Greg's obsession with 60s pop-culture has taken over his home; Kelly's life revolves around her pet squirrel and his photo appearances.
aired 57 days ago
Frances and Bob have transformed their entire home into a feline fantasy land; Ron has built a replica of the oval office in his home.
aired 57 days ago
Bob and Lizzie love to flaunt their collection of love dolls around town; Everything about Doris is from 1950.
aired 57 days ago
Barry owns the world's largest mustard collection; Ralph has a rare collection of ketchup bottles.
aired 61 days ago
A woman collects Mickey Mouse memorabilia; a collection of more than 2,000 wigs.
aired 61 days ago
Chantal's considers her 19 pet rats to be her children; Robyn is obsessed with Raggedy Ann.
aired 61 days ago
Over 300 mannequins have taken over Chad Michael's house; Zizi is obsessed with carrots, from tattoos to decorating every room in her house with them.
aired 61 days ago
Sharon's collection of pig items exceeds 6,000; Rebecca's Barbie doll obsession.
aired 61 days ago
Fred and Robert have a rare collection of vintage washing machines; Lynn doesn't just collect dolls, she makes them.
aired 61 days ago
The Smiths have a collection of 213 stuffed and mounted animals throughout their home; Michelle's obsession with trolls threatens her relationships.
aired 61 days ago
A man obsessed with mermaids has turned himself into a merman; Vanessa is obsessed with celebrities and spends her day searching for them.
aired 61 days ago
Anthony is so obsessed with aviation memorabilia, he has built a replica of a 1970's first class cabin in his garage; Melanie is crazy about her pet capybara, Gari.
aired 61 days ago
Bugs have been a part of David's diet for over twelve years; Kelly's daily diet consists of food gathered from the dumpster.
aired 64 days ago
Pat and Joe has an extreme collection of infamous kid dolls; Kitty Kay Sera is obsessed with the color pink.
aired 64 days ago
Stanley has been obsessed with being an adult baby for the past 18 years;.
aired 64 days ago
The Best family spends hours lifting weights; Steve's collection of bunny items has reached nearly 30,000.
aired 201 days ago
Four Christmas fanatics put time, money and effort into their holiday obsessions.

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