Mystery of 2013. Will Hillary ever have a house that does not have a major problem come up and nice homeowners? Will David find a perfect house the first time around? Stay tuned if you can stand it. David is a smart a** and should shut his mouth occasionally.
I have been watching the show daily for 2 weeks, I have grown annoyed. Every show is the exact same. Hilary has problems and a low budget. The owners are so obviously coached for a dram effect. Otherwise Hilary would say, well you didn't give me enough money so hand more over or shut the **** up!!!
David always finds two houses they don't like and the third is always over budget and perfect. ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ what does HGTV think we are all stupid. I believe the homeowners are paid grade B actors. They don't even own the house.
I like the show but cut down the ******** and the fake staged acting drama. Let Hilary do the design and David find two houses TOPS!!! NO FAKE ****, no attitude or no show!
Originally posted by William McSpirit: Censorship is un American. But then again there really is NO FREE SPEECH
It's HGTV's soapbox, they can control what we say here. The right to free speech has to do with the G O V E R N M E N T limiting your speech not a private enterprise. Buy your own soap box (web site) and kvetch all you want.
BTW you admit to watching the show daily for 2 weeks, I'd say HGTV Mission Accomplished. Really, if you have HGTV you have at least 70 other channels to watch and more if you have the digital tier try changing the channel.
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Originally posted by sophia12589: This show is so predictable. The third house will be the best one and Hilary will find some sort of major problem with the renovation. Come on, let's get some variety into the show. Also, the arguments between all of them are really staged badly.
This post wraps up the whole premise of this show. HGTV - Drop This sooner than later!
Posts: 4 | Location: United States | Registered: Feb 02, 2013
I love the idea of Love It or List It, but the show is awful. It's predictable, unrealistic, heavy-handed, and so nasty and negative. If HGTV would get a really talented producer for this show, it could be made into a most engaging fun hour -- just the show to watch when I want to put my feet up and be entertained for an hour. But the way it is now, when this show comes on, I change channels.
I fully agree with all of the comments about how fake this show is. The very least they can do to make the show more entertaining is to vary the script once in awhile. Also, have you noticed that all of the houses and the complaints by Hillary are done on the same day? They don't even change clothes!
Forget how fake the show is -- this is commercial TV, there is "fakeness" in every show on the air! If you think any so-called "reality" shows are in fact real, you are naive.
Just enjoy the show for what it does accomplish, and that is 1. awesome home makeovers, and 2. interesting peeks into styles and features of other homes.
No it's not curing sickness or ending world hunger, but it's decent entertainment. Get over being indignant about networks thinking you're stupid for watching their shows. Just don't watch their shows.
Posts: 2 | Location: San Leandro, CA | Registered: Jan 04, 2006