Mr. T shows up at deteriorating homes armed with a sledgehammer and a team of design experts. Together, they will demolish and then build an amazing space for the awestruck homeowners in just three days.
Richie Eisenberg & Gary Fischer were child stars in the 80's. Now in their 40's, they're giving their big dream another chance. The problem, Hollywood has changed and they both struggle to make sense of a business they once conquered.
Richard Steven Horvitz,
I like Mr. T's attitude and the fact that this personality and icon is doing a reality show in the first place. I like the people he's helping out, I like the honesty, I like the frustration, and I like it when they come together in the end. This show is good and pretty entertaining, especially compared to that other TvLand Original DISASTER a.k.a. "Alf's Hit Talk Show". That was probably the worst show. Ever. In TV history. So TvLand certainly did well with this show, in light of their other failed attempts at "Orignal" entertainment.
Anyway, this show is raw entertainment. To deal with, Mr. T is given pretty crappy, lazy, pathetic excuses for human beings. He makes the best out of what he's got to work with and in the end, it comes out relatively well. It's not always perfect and there's no guarantee these idiots are going to maintain their new MO. But there's the hope that they will. That's ultimately what makes the show a Reali-T. It gets my stamp of approval.
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