Thursday, 8.30pm, Bio Welcome to the Australian premiere of the second season of Monster In-Laws. I want you to think of the people Americans call trailer trash. Then, think of a mother-in-law so vile that she is prepared to go on camera and say: ‘‘ I’m going to break up their marriage.’’ Well at least there’s nothing duplicitous about Khalood, a contender for evil mother-in-law of the century. As tonight’s episode begins, she is screaming ‘‘ get out of my f . . king house,’’ at her son-in-law, the man she refers to only as ‘‘ dummy Steve’’. Almost immediately, we flash back to everything that made season one so classy. Lots of ‘‘ shut up, no you shut up’’, lots of anger, some tears and a few hugs. And these people are back for more? I don’t understand the appeal of this program. I can’t for the life of me work out why people would want to watch a contrived car accident posing as a family’s real-life ups and downs. Are our own lives not difficult, challenging and stressful enough?