The BEST episodes directed by Sudi Khosropur

Betsy
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8.20
5 votes

#1 - Betsy

Intervention - Season 2 - Episode 17

Betsy went through a devastating time when her marriage fell apart. She began drinking heavily to help the pain. Her family is trying to help her with no results. They finally give her an ultimatum. She either quits drinking or she will lose all of their support and she would be on her own.

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Anthony
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7.60
10 votes

#2 - Anthony

Intervention - Season 3 - Episode 4

Anthony is part of a large loving family that has experienced a lot of pain. His sister overdosed on heroin and died as a result. The shock of her death has left the whole family in pieces. Anthony had been casually smoking lighter drugs at the time, but then switched to cocaine to numb the pain. He is also heavily addicted to injecting methadone, an opioid substance like morphine and heroin. He switches between the two all day and night. His father allows him to work at one of his pizzerias but does not pay him much of the time for fear that he will use the money for drugs. When he does pay him, Anthony usually always goes against his father’s wishes. Anthony’s father is desperate for him to get help and hates to see his son hooked on hard drugs. Anthony’s mother is still recovering from her daughter’s death and the anguish over Anthony’s drug use has had severe mental and physical effects on her. Many other family members, including his other siblings, uncles, and cousins have agreed to participate in this intervention in hopes that Anthony will change his destructive and deadly ways

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Sylvia
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7.50
6 votes

#3 - Sylvia

Intervention - Season 2 - Episode 19

Once a socialite, high school cheerleader, regular actress on All My Children and The Doctors, and was a once very successful interior decorator. Now Sylvia, working as a retailer, has been an alcoholic for 5 years. She drinks up to 15 mini bottles of vodka a day, visits the bar on her lunch break, goes to work drunk, and drives home drunk. Her children were taken away from her and now live with her ex-husband. Her mother oftens comes to her house, and searches for Sylvia's stash and throws anything she can find in the garbage. Everyone can see Sylvia's problem is getting worse day by day, and an intervention may be Sylvia's only chance to save herself.

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Laney
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7.50
8 votes

#4 - Laney

Intervention - Season 3 - Episode 8

Laney is an alcoholic who has lost everything she had dreamed for. She has already been to the Emergency Room numerous times and once to the ICU. Her body is heavily damaged from years of abuse. Desparate for attention from her divorced husband whom she still has feeling for, her days are full of binge drinking for hours at a time. Laney's family is upset that it has gotten this far. Laney has also openly mentioned suicidal thoughts as well pushing the family for an intervention as soon as possible. Can Laney get help before it's too late?

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Jessica & Hubert
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7.33
6 votes

#5 - Jessica & Hubert

Intervention - Season 3 - Episode 7

Jessica is a 21 year old from a close family that is being torn apart from her heroin addiction. Heroin is from the same addictive family as called opiates and also includes morphine, codeine, and opium. Coming together for this intervention is showing to be increasingly difficult. Hubert is 50 and struggles with a difficult past full of painful memories. Alcohol has helped him cope in the wrong ways and it is his siblings who come to help him try to turn the past 6 months of hard addiction into a road to recovery.

Ryan
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7.26
19 votes

#6 - Ryan

Intervention - Season 3 - Episode 1

Ryan and his family are one of those families that look perfect. Stick them under a microscope however and you will find that beneath the posh home in northern California, Ryan's sucess as a drummer, beneath this, Ryan is secretly an OxyContin addict. He injects it up to 15 times per day and his mood swing are far less than tolerable. His family hopes an intervention will save him.

Pam
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7.10
10 votes

#7 - Pam

Intervention - Season 3 - Episode 14

Pam is an alcoholic with a terrible past full of failed marriages and abuse. She uses drinking to cope with her past and to try to move forward in her life. Cirrhosis, the degradation of the liver due specifically to alcohol, has already claimed one member of her family. Her family does not want Pam to be the second victim and urge her through an Intervention to agree to treatment.

Coley
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7.00
6 votes

#8 - Coley

Intervention - Season 3 - Episode 12

Coley has a good life with his wife and family as well as a good job in the forestry industry. Yet, Coley has an addiction to crystal meth and snorts the substance on a daily basis. This makes his job much more endangering than it really should be. Coley's life, filled with the things he loves most, is falling apart, and the only solution the family sees is sending him to treatment.

Mike & James
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6.92
12 votes

#9 - Mike & James

Intervention - Season 2 - Episode 15

Mike's past of being a high achiever left him behind when he began speed balling, mixing herion with cocaine. He's lost everything and an intervention is his only option to potentially put his life back together again. James was also a smart person, a student with straight As until he started to take meth to try and deal with his mother's near fatal illness. His mother has contacted Intervention to try and save her son.

Kim
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6.00
5 votes

#10 - Kim

Intervention - Season 3 - Episode 2

Anorexia and bulimia affect millions of people worldwide. Kim, who is 34 years old, is one of them, with a life that has tragically fallen apart. In school, she was extroverted, successful, and popular. However, her insecurities about her looks soon took over her life enticing her to engage in binging and purging. Kim’s husband divorced her and she has lost her job. She had no choice but to move back in with her parents with a promise to get her life back together. Kim’s stepfather has seen this promise go by for years. He has never seen Kim as her normal self and is frustrated that her promise has not been met, even with all the help they have given. They do not get along well and the tension fuels Kim to abstain from food for days at a time. Kim’s parents, especially her mother, have been mentally anguished because of the burden of the disease. Kim’s mother, a nurse at the local hospital, pleads with Kim to get help and get her life back together and so that the whole family can return to normal.