I realize it’s funny characterizing Corey and his family as whackos living on a compound in the deep woods in a cult, and I also realize that it’s TLC driven, but I find it kind of insulting. I feel like we’re filling in a lot of blanks here with information that isn’t necessarily correct. I thought his parents were actually very sweet and welcoming to Evelyn, even with her crappy personality and insults. It’s not like they’re polygamists with teenage brides in prairie dresses, with chain links fences and concertina wire surrounding the property and family members armed and patrolling to keep the law out. A lot of families where I live who own a lot of land give pieces to their children when they become adults to build houses on and raise their families so they can grow up close to their grandparents. Maybe I’m a little more sensitive to him being made fun of because I have a lot of land and live in a remote rural area, but I love it. I don’t feel isolated or like a weirdo. I just find it peaceful. And if Evelyn felt trapped there, she wouldn’t have stayed for six months. She’s no shrinking violet. If she wanted to leave, she would have. THAT SAID, I realize that he is his own worse enemy when it comes to image and how people perceive him, so I can't defend that. He's a dork and a doormat.