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Adam hosts a live show where he and a special guest tackle a weekly project in under an hour. Along the way he answers audience questions, helps with home repair advice, and challenges his guest to carpentry-inspired competitions.
Very entertaining show. It is amazing how many scam artists are out there and how many good people fall for it. Many of this people fork over their entire savings to these shady contractors. The set up of this show is great. Using private investigators, they find these losers and lure them to phony job sites where they ambush them. Ultimately, the show gives these "contractors" (the word is used very loosely) three options: #1. give the $$$$$ back (NOT!), #2. offer for the contractor to go back to the job site and help redo their shady, unsafe, and not in-compliance work under the crews supervision, or #3. the show will help the family take the contractor to court. Eventually all of these losers take the bait and agree to go back to the job site. The show captures more and more lies on video across and eventually the contractor is ambushed again this time by the family he deceived. At the end, these family's are left in a MUCH better situation. The construction work is top notch + Adam Carolla is very funny.
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