The Duggars Caught Faking Scenes For ‘Jill & Jessa: Counting On’

When isn’t she? Amirite?

Almost every single reality TV show is fake, scripted horseshit. So when one of them gets caught in the act, it’s really not that big of a deal unless the stars of said show are hyper-Christian Jesus junkies who claim to lead a pure and holy lifestyle, according to The Bible (and another book that says their vaginas have to be constantly filled with a baby and/or their husband’s penis at all times). Which is exactly what happened to the Duggars on the latest episode of Jill & Jessa: Counting On where Jinger and Jed pretended they have a car flipping business or some stupid shit that will end in somebody getting pregnant. Radar reports:

Commenting on a friend’s Facebook page, a man named Eric said a member of the Duggars’ production team asked him to make the cameo.
“A friend of mine works on the crew and invited me to play the role of ‘guy who wants to buy car,’” Eric wrote under a screen grab from the episode.
However, on the episode, Eric was portrayed as a random stranger who was interested in buying one of Jinger and her brothers’ renovated, or “flipped,” cars.

Exodus 20:16 tells us, “Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour.” And if I recall the rest of the verse, I’m pretty sure it says, “Or hire actors to play them, you baby-farting fucks.” So good job, Duggars, but at least you weren’t caught taking back food you pretended to donate to poor people.

Last year, the family filmed themselves donating food to a needy family. But when the crew turned off the cameras, one of the Duggar brothers took the box back and moved it into the group’s own SUV, onlookers told Radar.

Holy shit. Although, in fairness, that family probably only had four, maybe five kids. Whereas the Duggars have 27 million, so they needed that Beefaroni or pig heads start showing up on sticks in the front yard. “The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few,” they would’ve thought to say if Star Trek wasn’t devil magic to them.

“Pa! That one fornicated with the space woman without procreating.”
“Fetch me my gun, boy. This TV box gots demons.”

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