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West Virginia boosters: TLC's 'Gypsy Sisters' continue coarse mayhem (VIDEO)

By April Neale Dec 4, 2013, 21:07 GMT

West Virginia boosters: TLC's 'Gypsy Sisters' continue coarse mayhem (VIDEO)

West Virginia boosters: TLC\'s \'Gypsy Sisters\' continue coarse mayhem (VIDEO)

The hundred yard girls are back!

What's a hundred yard girl?

One who looks like she might be very attractive at a hundred yards, then about ten yards in, you realize it's too late to turn and run... you're in their gypsy tractor beams. Your roadkill is cooked. And you might get a beatdown for even looking their way.

--The series returns with a special two-hour premiere on Thursday, December 5 at 9 PM ET/PT—

From TLC:

In West Virginia’s super classy Gypsy community, the Stanley family’s emotions run as wild as their wedding gowns. Putting everything on the line to protect their reputations and relationships, the outrageous ladies are back and bigger than ever on an all new season of TLC’s GYPSY SISTERS, premiering on Thursday, December 5 at 9 PM ET/PT.

Gypsy Sisters delves into the lives of six relatives (Nettie, Kayla, Mellie, Sheena, Annie and JoAnn) as they outspokenly set their own rules in the suburban town of Martinsburg.

The hothouse drama continues with eight new episodes as the girls’ tempers are hot and they are out for vengeance. In the premiere, a web of lies and Mellie’s meddling causes Kayla and Nettie to reach a boiling point that erupts into one of the most outrageous and violent brawls in reality television history.

Black sheep Mellie is also pregnant and, after exchanging vows and blows during her wedding ceremony, has alienated herself from everyone in her inner circle. On top of that, her marriage lasted six days and she is back from serving a second weekend jail sentence.

In an environment where fistfights and family go hand and hand, will the ladies mend their broken relationships and show that they can love as much as they can hate? Or has the damage been done and the emotional and physical scars from previous arguments proven to be too deep?


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