When FX cancelled this show, I never watched FX again!!
This was probably the best live show that FX had on the air. For one hour a weekday, everyday people brought in items to be appraised by different appraisers. Then the person was asked if they were interested in putting their item up for sale and if they said yes, the viewer was given a phone number and at the end of the program, the hosts told how much the viewer was offering to pay for that certain item. The person in the studio had the option to either sell or keep their item. The appraisers were fun to watch and had some very informative information on various items. I really miss this show. The show also had a segment everyday, where they were out somewhere in this country and showed a lucky viewers collection to the rest of us. Some were very nice. The one appraiser that I really remember was Judith Katz Schwartz, as when the program started out, she was so prim and straight-faced, but as time moved on, she really started to open up and had a delicious sense of humor. Funny how when this show was cancelled by FX, the channel went downhill fast, as now all they show is reruns of "MASH", "Ally McBeal" and "Buffy, the vampire slayer"!! Whoopie!! LOL.
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