This reality was about tenants that were either being evicted for non payment and or violating their lease. Now there were some episodes were people had been living on properties that they ... See full summary »
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Todd Howard ...  Himself 16 episodes, 2012-2013
Rick Moore Rick Moore ...  Himself 16 episodes, 2012-2013
Randye Howard Randye Howard ...  Herself 16 episodes, 2012-2013
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This reality was about tenants that were either being evicted for non payment and or violating their lease. Now there were some episodes were people had been living on properties that they probably shouldn't have per legal provisions. Also there was a run of episodes were folk had pets of all kinds and either they complied with the pet policy of their lease or they were given a notice to vacate.

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11 June 2012 (USA) See more »

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Zoo Productions See more »
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Randye and Todd Howard are parents of Disney's Kickin' It, Leo Howard See more »

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Two episodes were enough for me!
23 June 2012 | by Wizard-8See all my reviews

Now, given that this show first appeared on the cable television network Spike, I had an idea that I wasn't exactly going to see fine art or a serious look at the world of rent collectors and eviction notice deliverers. Still, I felt the show could give a little insight, and maybe be seedy in a way that would be amusing. But after two episodes, I gave up on this show. There's one BIG problem with the show, and to put it simply, that problem is that everything on the show is faked. The renters are actors, the situations have been staged, and it's all VERY obvious. I felt insulted that the show was trying to pass things off as the real deal. Maybe the events shown on the show are recreations of real incidents - if they had put that notice during the opening of the show, maybe I could have accepted the presentation. But as it is now, the show is a big insult to one's intelligence. Avoid!


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