I'm pretty sure there have been a couple other episodes where they put the person in a home, but it was partially because they were elderly and had mobility issues.<quoted text>First time I've ever seen the shrink determine that the subject is unfit to live alone.
And did you notice that the poop problem was so bad that they did not focus any air time on the hoarding aspect of it? Usually there's all this drama about gettig rid of "their stuff", but they hardly touched on that...other than the bad food she still wanted to eat.
I kinda blame the family, and to a lesser extent the neighbors, on this one. You didn't have to go *in* the home to realize there was a severe, severe problem.