Interesting... but there's evidence of manipulation
Before this show aired, if you were to have asked me if a show with the premise of people buying a home and fixing it up appealed to me, most likely I would have said, "NO!" But one slow day while I was flipping though channels and not finding anything more appealing, I gave this show a try. To my surprise, I was genuinely interested with what I saw. The show revealed interesting facts such as building codes and what people who make a living fixing up houses sometimes have to face.
This is an interesting show. But there's something about it that prevents me from completely enjoying it. There are some moments that seem to be manipulated by the people behind the camera, and some moments that seem suspiciously faked. For example, there was one show when the people had trouble with a clogged floor drain in a small basement room. A plumber was brought in, and while he dealt with the drain I couldn't help but notice the entire scene was edited from multiple camera angles - and I don't think that room could have squeezed in multiple camera men. So if you watch the show, be sure to observe and think about everything you see.
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