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I enjoyed the first two episodes. Figure Skater Brian Boitano restores his family home, a two hundred year old Northern Italian hillside home that has fallen into ruin. I enjoyed watching the living and dining room take shape with design choices and diy projects. Anyone interested in restoration and design will find this show appealing.
 
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I agree. I also enjoyed the show. Marylee
 
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Love this show and wish there were more episodes!
 
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Darn! I forgot to set last night's show to tape, so I missed it. The next show will be Feb. 6 at 11pm. I have marked my calendar. It is really hard to watch shows when they are aired at odd hours and not promoted very much. Marylee
 
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Gee any good show doesn't get advertised so that we can all miss it? and of course be content with House Hunters and all the other shows that we seem to like so much
 
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This was a great series and really loved the handsome Enzo, the Italian contractor!
 
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Oh my, I agree about Enzo. He is also so talented!
 
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Loved this series too.
 
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