Intervention No. 200 Sneak Peek: MLB Star's Meth Addict Son Acts Out

This Sunday on Intervention (A&E, 10/9c), the Emmy-winning reality program presents its 200th episode, and TVLine has an exclusive sneak peek at an intense face-off therein.

The milestone hour follows the son and nephew of two Major League Baseball players, David S., who has struggled not only with being compared to his athletic kin but also with his own sexuality. David’s rebellion eventually evolved into an addiction to alcohol and meth, to a point that he began dumpster-diving and sleeping in the alleyways of his family’s upscale neighborhood.

Now, David spends $400 a week on his habits and is deeply paranoid that he is being followed by the government.

In the sneak peek above, the Intervention production team tracks David, which he is “OK” with at first, though soon enough he tells them exactly where they can go.

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  1. bar says:

    Huh, for some reason I was under the strong impression that Intervention had been canceled a couple years ago

  2. Kevin Daley says:

    Please help him.. I know what he is going through. This can work out for him and shame on the court system in California. No surprise it’s the Liberal capital second to New York.

  3. Samantha F says:

    who are the MLB stars??

  4. may says:

    This episode was disgraceful. While I know y’all wanna help him, the way he yelled at u, roamed about ur homes, made u look for him.. U all enabled him. He also needed tough love. Lock him out, make him be respectful. Stop beconning to his call. U created some of this monster attitude. Stop taking him to get drugs thinking if he does it in ur presence, it soooo much better. The he TRAPSE off into the sunset with all disrespect of a jackass. HE KNOWS WHAT HE IS DOING to some degree. U all fall for the game. Stop it