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Snapchat's relationship-crisis show 'Second Chance' returns for season 2

The two had spent more than a minute in front of each other before the first word was spoken. "Why did you cheat on me?" the girl asked, seated on a white chair with a white wall behind her and a white floor below. The boy, seated in an identical white chair, replied, "It was the stupidest thing I could have ever done." This moment was the start of Second Chance, a relationship-crisis show where couples reconnect to decide if they should give it another try.
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