First, I couldn't get over the prices for those enormous gorgeous houses. It's enough to make me want to move back home--I live in the DC area now and let me tell you, $480k will NOT get you a 3400 sq foot house on two acres around these parts. It's so depressing.
Anyhow, I knew they'd end up in one of the Hollis houses and the guy was just bitching about the "commute" as a way to not give it away. Hollis is not far from Nashua and in particular it is not far from that dental practice. I was not a patient there but I used to drive by that sign all the time as it's on a main road. And not far from Hollis at all, maybe 15-20 minutes tops depending on where their house is.
I couldn't understand the wife's fixation on hating dining rooms. When she was like "I wouldn't even know what to do with that room!" Ummmm, put a fucking table in it so you can have nice holiday dinners? I know people don't eat at the "formal" dining room every night, but it's a really nice thing to have. Do they just not have people over for dinner ever?
The New Orleans episode that aired at 9:30PM was cool. I was so happy the couple settled on the townhouse condo. It was huge and cheap and right on the parade route. It seemed they also had an issue with it being too big.
That one annoyed me so much. Mardi Gras lasts for what, four days? Living anywhere in the Nola area you can still go to all the events. If anything I'd think they would want to avoid the parade routes--I'm sure they will so love trying to get a little one to bed while a party is raging outside their windows once a year! (Though I suppose the same argument could be made, with it being only once a year...)
Also, on a shallow note: that guy's art suuuuuuucked. I can't believe he makes a living off it.
Edited by smwurr, Apr 17, 2012 @ 5:25 PM.