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Marriage and Cheating

In this Show

Husband and wife team Grant and Elena Cardone have a saying, “stick and stay, it’s bound to pay.” And this episode is all about the topic of marriage, commitment and cheating.

Have you cheated? Have you been cheated on?

Do you think it’s funny or improper to test your friends and their faithfulness to each other?

A ‘friend’ leaves a love note for Elena to call his number, but it turns out to be his wife’s number, as it’s a prank. Grant posts the guy’s number and picture on his Twitter and Facebook and the Cardone Army assaulted the ‘joker’ with calls and texts. Then in response the couple plays a prank on Grant to ‘test him’.

Elena had no fear of Grant entertaining a fling with another woman, so she didn’t even recognize the malicious intent behind what they did.

Grant takeaway: “Trust is one of the most valued commodities in our society.”

Your friends should be lifting you up, not setting you up for failure.

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