This show is the most disgusting display of greed and gluttony I have ever seen. Imagine how many hungry children you could feed with the money spent on a closet that holds 50 pairs of shoes and has a motorized clothing rack?
Originally posted by maryroberts: This show is the most disgusting display of greed and gluttony I have ever seen. Imagine how many hungry children you could feed with the money spent on a closet that holds 500 pairs of shoes and has a motorized clothing rack?
I was surprised and disappointed at the "Million Dollar Man Cave" highlighted the original Asian artifacts imported from southeast Asia. It is well-known that most of those artifacts that find their way to the West are STOLLEN. I would highly encourage the owner and the designer to research the art honestly and return them to their rightful owners. I would also hope that HGTV would carefully research what rooms they choose to show.
I agree with the above statement. HGTV should be ashamed to be airing a show like this. Who wants to see houses owned by indulgant people who own 2,000 pairs of shoes? I have never been so turned off by a show on HGTV before and I refuse to watch this. With all the hurting in the world, this is what you come up with? Think about how many people could be helped with that kind of money instead of immersing themselves in unnecessary indulgences. Shame on you HGTV!
I wholeheartedly agree with the other posts. Although I have HGTV on most evenings, when Million Dollar Rooms comes on, I change to almost any other station. There is nothing interesting or informational about an over-indulgent person needing to show off their home/room that the majority of the population could never even consider owning, not to mention the thousands of families out of work, losing their small ranch houses due to loss of job, etc., and doing whatever they can to just feed their children. This is absolutely disgusting!
With the economy being in the tank and most people living from paycheck to paycheck. The last thing I want to see or hear is somebody bragging about all the hundreds of thousands or millions they have spent on rec rooms,pools etc.
This network is supposed to be informational and inspiring - and this show is neither. Americans today are either holding on to the homes they have, are renting because they lost their homes or are just starting out and are much more conservative now with their money. The majority of the shows on this network are out of touch with main stream America. Or are they? According to the numbers this drivel is what Americans want to watch. So sadly this is what we are stuck with...
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