The first episode was an absolute snore - one of the most boring hours (or 44 minutes) of television I've ever encountered. Haven't taken the time to view another episode - from your posts, it sounds like another formulaic offering from HGTV.
Amy's face is distracting, too. It appears she had the whole enchilada, i.e. plastic surgery and not simply a few injections. Too bad she apparently believed it was necessary at her (relatively young, IMHO) age to further her career.
Anyone ever see the cat or the tow truck on camera in the first episode? Nope? If not, it didn't happen, IMHO. The cat running to or from the house would have been dramatic footage, IMHO. Sounds like MN cats know better than to leave their warm nest.
When that first wife blew past the reno, wondered if they'd staged her little snit. Then, when they brought her into the kitchen, however, it didn't appear she liked the result and was truly disgusted with all the play-acting.
They'd have to make multiple, advance visits to plan the renos. Someone has to provide access to the home. None of the neighbors would notice a large crew and probably camera/sound equipment and chat with the (supposedly) unsuspecting spouse in advance of the final taping??
Edited by diydude, Jun 14, 2013 @ 4:46 PM.