'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo' goes 'Extreme Couponing'

The newest episodes of "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo," TLC's "Toddlers & Tiaras" spinoff featuring the highly caffeinated Alana and her family, feel like they were influenced by the network's hits "Extreme Couponing" and "My Strange Addiction." The Thompson family matriarch, June, also happens to be a big fan of couponing -- so much that it feels like an addiction -- and takes her daughters out to the Piggly Wiggly to save a bundle on groceries. RELATED: Is "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" everything that's wrong with America? In the sneak peek, watch June score some free chocolate milk mix, noodles, some cheap mustard and more. "I taught myself, so it's not that hard. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to coupon," June says of her hobby. Check out a clip from one of the all-new episodes below. "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" airs back-to-back episodes Thursday nights at 10 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. on...

'Extreme Couponing': Dumpster Diving At 7 Months?

Krista loves her coupons, and she'll do anything to get them. On the season finale of " Extreme Couponing " (Mon., 10 p.m. ET on TLC), viewers were introduced to Krista, who was seven months pregnant at the time of filming. But Krista didn't let her condition slow her down one bit. She still went diving into recycle bins and dumpster for coupons, so fanatical was she about savings. In fact, she and her husband managed to come up with an A-B-C song all about couponing and saving money. So committed to her passion, Krista has confiscated both her closet and her husband's closet -- despite his protestations -- for her growing stockpile. At least now if the stockpile starts to creep into the baby's room, there will be a song to explain why it's necessary. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser.

Extreme Couponing Exclusive Video: Meet a Woman Who Coupons for 16 Hours a Day

Monday's episode of Extreme Couponing will document the compulsive couponing talents of Pittsburgh's self-proclaimed "unstoppable couponer" Jane Frano-Ward.

'Extreme Couponing': Minister Preaches About Coupons

"The Lord has given all of us all the resources we need to coupon," an Alabama minister said to her flock on "Extreme Couponing" (Mon., 10 p.m. ET on TLC). It's an unorthodox sermon topic to be sure, but in a soft economy, it was one her parishioners could appreciate and understand. Adrienne practiced what she preached as well, taking center stage amidst her stockpile to talk about how she feels that couponing is the best way to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. "Everyone should know about the gospel of Jesus Christ as well as how to save money," she said. She even got a tip from the Lord in regards to her own couponing. "I just didn't know where I was going to put this pancake mix, and the Lord told me to go and get a shoe rack," she said, proudly displaying the rack. Catch new stories of "Extreme Couponing" every Monday at 10 p.m. ET on TLC. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser.

'Extreme Couponing': Save Coupons Over Kids In A Fire

While comparing the use of coupons to the use of drugs might seem like a stretch to most people, it makes a lot more sense after meeting Joyce on the latest installment of " Extreme Couponing " (Mon., 10 p.m. ET on TLC). Joyce certainly seemed to display the behavioral traits of an addict. She just chose coupons over drugs. She talked about the euphoria when the paper arrives with the new coupons, the fact that she doesn't sleep for three days before a big shopping trip, and the incredible rush of using those coupons. All of this, with a manic and non-stop stream of words. But perhaps most telling -- and hopefully more tongue in cheek than reality -- Joyce said that if their house were to catch fire, she'd fight to save the coupons, and leave the kids to fend for themselves. But what about that glorious stockpile? Who would save all those boxes and cans of food and other products? Catch new episodes of "Extreme Couponing" every Monday at 10 p.m. ET on TLC. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser.

Extreme Couponing Exclusive: Couponer Uses Addiction to Shed 100 Pounds!

Here's a shocker: Joyce Hansell, the compulsive couponer set to appear on Monday night's episode of Extreme Couponing , admits she has a "very, very addictive personality."

‘Extreme Couponing: All-Stars’ and ‘Extreme Cheapskates’ on TLC

TLC is offering two television spinoffs this week: “Extreme Couponing: All-Stars,” a series beginning on Tuesday, and “Extreme Cheapskates,” a special on Wednesday.

TLC Orders Extreme Couponing All Stars

Couponing just got even more extreme. TLC has ordered the competition series Extreme Couponing All Stars , featuring 12 of the original series' best savers as they go head-to-head in a shopping challenge to see who can save the most. The competitors will be challenged with...

When 'Extreme Couponing' and 'Jersey Shore' combine...

Question: What happens when you combine the reality show horrors of "Jersey Shore" and "Extreme Couponing"?Answer: Really awkward catchphrases.In this preview for tonight's (Nov. 9) episode of TLC's "Extreme Couponing," one single mom takes the sleazy charm of "Jersey Shore's" most memorable acronyms and awkwardly crams them into a couponing context."Are you DTS?" asks 33-year-old Nicole. (Down to save, she means.) She then puts her own, clever twist on "T-shirt time" by informing us that it's "Free stuff time!"Hey, we don't begrudge her saving techniques (if only we had such patience and time to dedicate to bargain-hunting), but we do begrudge her trying to make DTS happen. It's not going to happen.Check out Nicole's catchphrases in action below:...

'Extreme Couponing' Season 2 Sneak Peek

TLC's latest reality hit, 'Extreme Couponing,' returns Wed., Sept. 28 at 10 PM ET for its second season. Judging from AOL TV's exclusive sneak peek at the episode, the conscientious couponers profiled this time around will be even more extreme than those featured in Season 1. April, a stay-at-home mom of seven teenagers, stores her goodies in her basement, which she refers to as "the bunker." Though her 500 jars of pasta sauce and 300 bottles of barbecue sauce are out in the open, the junk food is stacked in a locked room she calls "the cookie jar." Lest you think April's shopping habits parallell that of a hoarder's, she outlines the difference between her organized stockpile and a hoarder's -- a layer of dust. "Dust is the dividing factor," she says. Check out AOL TV's exclusive look at the 'Extreme Couponing' Season 2 premiere below.