A team of skilled, and sometimes unskilled, labourers, designers and contractors go up against the clock to give a house a themed remodelling. Other than picking the theme, the owners have ... See full summary »
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A team of skilled, and sometimes unskilled, labourers, designers and contractors go up against the clock to give a house a themed remodelling. Other than picking the theme, the owners have no say in the design process. Hilarity ensues when builders clash, problems arise and the five day time limit looms. Awesome designs create out of the ordinary houses that inspire and leave nothing to the imagination. Written by jackdc14

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Host: After measuring once, and cutting twice, it worked out fine.
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For the "Fright House" episode, the opening animation is recolored black, the theme song is given a "spooky" remix, and the theme song's last line is changed from "and we all just love it" to "and we've all gone missing." See more »

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Terrible
16 June 2003 | by See all my reviews

They tried to take the success from Monster Garage and the success from shows such as Trading Spaces and create a hybrid. Sometimes, two rights don't make a right. Instead of the egomaniacal but talented Jesse James, we get some no-talent egomanical hack of a host that puts forward horrible ideas for remodelling people's homes. Sometimes the results are so ugly, impractical, expensive, and impossible to maintain over a long term you can't help but grimace and realize how these people's houses have been ruined. It's literally like Trading Spaces from hell.

Grade: D


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