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Enjoyable show, but the constant repetition is ANNOYING!
I generally enjoy this show. I like the format and the glimpse into another couple's or family's life as they make a home buying or rental decision. However, it is extremely annoying to have the same things repeated 2, 3 or 4 times in a half-hour show. Either add some other footage or cut the show to 20 minutes.
This same complaint of repetition could be made for the other shows in this genre produced by same company. I also find the voice of the narrator kind of irritating. Who knows, maybe I wouldn't if she didn't tell us 5 times that Jim & Sally are leaving behind their life in the States now that they are empty nesters -- or whatever.
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