Mike and Frank are pickers that travel the country and literally would go anywhere just for the prospects of finding antique gold. With the assistance of Danielle they often find themselves in a comedic pickle.
The story of the international gymnastics phenomenon who overcame overwhelming odds to become the first African American ever to be named Individual All-Around Champion in artistic gymnastics at the Olympic Games.
If you are looking for high brow "Antiques Roadshow" entertainment, this is not it. If you are looking for very interesting design ideas and ways to repurpose junk, this is a fun show. The show is on Lifetime...not the History Channel. The demographic this show is aimed for is me...a thirtysomething woman; however, that does not mean others can't enjoy it. I think the girls are fun and sweet, but that the ad campaigns sex them up a little too much. To imply that they flaunt their sexuality too much on the show is honestly a little ridiculous. They wear clothes that cover their bodies along with work gloves and boots...not stilettos. They are interior designers, not antiques dealers, so bear that in mind. If you are trying to watch another American Pickers or Pawn Stars...keep looking. They find the junk, design something cool around it, and sell it for a king's ransom in their store. Remember: Lifetime, not the History Channel. Big difference.
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