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I hope this is in the right area of the message board. I am writing to say how disappointed I am that the word "bitc*" appears on the show Renovation Realities. My children 8 and 6 can read the screen when it says "can be a bitc*" at the beginning of EVERY show. They love to watch HGTV. It just seems so unnecessary. I think you could have figured out a different way to get the point across. In the future please keep this in mind when developing new shows. Very disappointing!
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"This *****" is also a favorite on this show.
Unless you're talking vacuum cleaners, it's not necessary on TV (IRL is a different story)
Posts: 1995 | Location: Northern New Jersey | Registered: Mar 23, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I know people want their 15 minutes of fame, but why would anyone agree to be put on this show? They go out of their way to show the mistakes you make in the process of doing a renovation project and make them look like fools in the process.

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