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As I watch this show I am thinking to myself "what is so different about this and other crap shows about people living in a house together". The answer is that there are two people in the house hold that have the same name. I know, Mind Blowing right? It just seems very cheesy and is looking like it is just done for the money the show will make. One Corey is portrayed as very neat and holy. He is shown as someone who has "turned his life around" just because he does not eat meat anymore and has quit smoking. On the other hand, the other Corey is portrayed as a very devilish character who is completely lazy and acts like a slob. I would compare this show to that Carter family house, very scripted and cheesy. It's not that I do not like these kinds of shows, don't get me wrong, I have no problem with a show like "Gene Simmons Family Jewels". I might give this show another chance by watching the second episode but for now I'm already getting bored of a 10 minute meal with them and a vegan. I was expecting some good things from these two men but there is a reason why they are known as child stars only.
*EDIT* I have watched basically all the episodes in the series and still think it is a terrible waste of time. Also I would like to add that it is not actually a "real" reality show. Corey Feldmen even said on the Tom Green show live that the show was not actually real and the fights were not real. This explains why his son is not shown running around in Feldmen's "House".
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