Find! (2003– )

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Twin brothers Leigh Keno and Leslie B. Keno, who gained prominence on the American edition of Antiques Roadshow (1997), visit private residences and show homes to discuss and evaluate ... See full summary »

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Twin brothers Leigh Keno and Leslie B. Keno, who gained prominence on the American edition of Antiques Roadshow (1997), visit private residences and show homes to discuss and evaluate antique furniture and interior design. Other antique experts and interior designers appear occasionally to offer their insights. Written by Jonathan A. Cullum

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Handsy hosts add odd tone to show
19 February 2006 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Of all the experts on Antiques Roadshow, why were Leigh and Leslie Keno picked up to host their own show?

They talk over each other (and often over their visiting experts) -- plus they have an odd habit of apparently needing to run their hands over the antiques they're looking at, which in some cases is a bad idea.

In one episode for example, they admit they don't know much about collectible posters, then proceed to touch, rub, and poke at a set of old ski lodge posters for about five minutes. If possible, paper collectibles shouldn't be touched by bare hands; the human hand has all kinds of bacteria and oil that damages paper. If they can't keep their hands off, they should at least wear gloves -- and these "experts" don't know that?

The hosts also gesture broadly and distractingly with their hands when they talk -- making the show seem almost like a Saturday Night Live parody.

The idea for this show is great -- the opposite of Antiques Roadshow; experts come to people's homes and businesses to appraise antiques and provide historical information. It just needs better hosts.


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