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I enjoy watching this show. If gives the viewer a chance to see the dresses on live bodies instead of just in pictures. This show is educational because it allows the viewer to see how dresses appear on different body shapes and heights. It also informs the viewer who to bring and who not to bring when searching for a wedding gown. It amazes me how so many people live thru the experience of the bride. Often injected their preference in the gown selection instead of looking at the view of the bride to be. This show also allows us to view the wedding gown search from the perspective of the consultant. There are some consultants who are clearly just going thru the motions. In my opinion. A good consultant looks at the bride and select dresses she thinks the bride to be may be interested in. Afterall, the consultant knows the inventory.
This show would benefit greatly by removing Randy from the program. His presence has no value at all. He is intrusive and a distraction. This show would rate a 10+ without him or keeping him very far in the background.
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