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This really isn't what I was expecting. I was expecting something along the lines of "To Catch a Predator" or "To Catch a Con Man". But, there was no investigation whatsoever with the suspect contractors. The hosts didn't do any sort of investigating. If they add some investigation procedures (i.e. paperwork, pictures, etc.) this show could be a little more interesting. This show is good for current contractors or anyone that is interested in any sort of construction/contracting. They really explain the details about plans and why they were bad or screwed up and the hosts, which are retired contractors explain what happened if the contractor really messed up the job.
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