A group of five strangers, each an amateur chef, compete to host the best dinner party, each party solely for the competitors and to be held on consecutive evenings. With a set amount of ... See full summary »
Architect George Clarke travels around Britain meeting people who are trying to restore historically and architecturally significant buildings, many of which are non-residential buildings being converted into homes.
Fun and disgusting, but too repetitive to be a classic.
"How Clean is your House?" lets us look at some of the filthiest houses in Britain - and the boneheads inside them who haven't bothered to keep them clean. This is essentially a humiliation for the people who live in the filthy houses presented every week, and a warning to people who also live in houses as filthy as the ones we see - be warned, you could be nationally humiliated...
Though it is fun to watch, full of disgusting imagery and information (crusty brown donuts around the toilet bowl, anyone?) and Kim and Aggie's constant changing of many characters, this show is so damn predictable that you feel insulted. Every episode - you know how it's going to end - Kim and Aggie are going to clean the house up and "they all lived happily ever after". Nobody featured on the show seems to rebel against Kim and Aggie - could this all be a studio-filmed, pre-written never-ending series with actors? This is what ruins "How Clean is your House?" so much, and is also the reason why it will never get a DVD release.
On the whole, this show never passes on the gross-outs and general disorder, though there really is little else on offer. It would be much better if it had a variety of different outcomes - could we have some people who will never change, or people who drive K&A out of their house? 5/10
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