I really wish they'd show more house buyers like the ones last night. Very likeable and an enjoyable episode. I also liked that they were in LA for a change...instead of the usual places like Austin and Atlanta.
I couldn't get over the first house they saw. It really proved that it's so hard to actually see passed a ton of clutter and boy was that house cluttered.
I just watched this one too- and I loved that couple. They *did* look much older than their stated ages, like was mentioned above but they clearly loved each other, was willing to compromise what they needed and the guy waxing nostalgic over his grandfathers bench and the yard comments made me just like him more than I otherwise did.
And yeah, I couldn't see past the clutter either- what a mess. Why don't people just rent a storage unit when they're selling? Tho that house needed a roll-off dumpster or three if we're getting real here.
I caught the end of one this afternoon that I'm sure was a rerun where the guy actually needed the man cave for his musical instruments yet the wife took it over for her "painting". Meanwhile he had all his musical instruments in the family room. Sometimes I can't believe the people in this show.
I disliked her so much! The guy should just RUN AWAY. That guy's drums will be gone in six months.
The young couple moving to Spain got on my nerves. Actually, the guy was ok, but the woman kept harping on the, OMG, orange bedspread! As though you have to keep that in your furnished rental. Then she complained about not knowing what to do with a balcony area that had been walled in, with windows...in a tiny apartment, you should be grateful to have any extra space at all! Then she complained about the original Spanish tile in another apartment. And then she complained about the view. Damn, what do you want for $500 a month?
What pissed me off about her was that they knew for *months* they were moving to Spain but she never bothered to learn even the basics of spanish? It's called Rosetta Stone, lady! (and wouldn't he know the language if he was teaching?)
And in that last apartment was 100/month lower than their stated budget so, buy a fricken rug to put over the tile- sheesh!
I did like that she chose the place she wasn't a fan of, so that he wouldn't have to take a bus every day, though even if it meant giving up the beach at her backdoor. I LOVED that terrace!
Edited by callietwo, Mar 12, 2013 @ 1:11 PM.