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The show is kind of an embarrassment. Let me count the ways: The banter is uncomfortable and sometimes borders on rude. The crafts are not original, but often claimed and celebrated as the original genius of the "expert". These "experts" come across as very self-absorbed - looking to start or revamp a career on television. Show segments are so rushed, they feel like they're trying to keep to keep the attention of an ADHD audience. Sorry, feels too much like a three ring circus. Can't imagine a huge audience for this show. Makes me wonder who's been paid to write positive reviews here, or trying to keep their career afloat. Not really worth the airtime. I'd rather watch reruns of Martha Stewart!
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