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  1. Oh......Jeff's ready to make up. https://www.bravotv.com/the-daily-dish/jeff-lewis-jenni-pulos-nassos-friends-fight?cid=soc_tw_Bravo_FlippingOut_Dish
  2. Another article about their new show https://www.bhg.com/news/hgtv-home-town-takeover-submissions/?utm_campaign=bhg_bhg_trueanthem&utm_content=recent&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_term=5e1d6719ceb08f000129f945
  3. Nice interview with Ben and Erin. https://people.com/home/hgtvs-ben-erin-napier-reveal-the-serious-reason-they-had-to-pause-a-home-renovation/?xid=socialflow_twitter_peoplemag&utm_campaign=peoplemagazine&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&__twitter_impression=true
  4. The reason people are wired up is that I gather Andy Cohen made some comment that the letters were to go out the week of 1/6.
  5. Hmmmm maybe those offer letters are arriving? https://www.inquisitr.com/5823984/tamra-judge-fired-rhoc-twitter-instagram/
  6. car54

    MSNBC

    A little news: https://pagesix.com/2020/01/02/chuck-todds-meet-the-press-daily-facing-axe-to-make-room-for-nicolle-wallace/ Kasie is back
  7. More Brady.... https://people.com/home/the-brady-bunch-eve-plumb-star-hgtv-home-renovation-show-christmas-eve/?utm_campaign=peoplemagazine&utm_medium=social&xid=socialflow_twitter_peoplemag&utm_source=twitter.com
  8. No Rachel --Ali Velshi just signed off saying he'd be back for her show.
  9. Online there are some special content interviews with the 4 designers from Rock the Block and one of the questions was about how they wind down or how driven they are and Jasmine and Mina both said they feel very driven and work all the time --Mina said she feels like now she is responsible for half her family's incomes--so I assume the ones who work on the show get paid. From the way they talked--it sounded like they do a bunch of houses together and move the key people from place to place to film and have other crew who stay and work on the house. I bet the season where Good Bones did several houses close together made it a little easier just in travel time to set up and film. When you think about a season being sometimes 13 shows that's a lot of content they have to do and a ton of money tied up at the same time. It kind of made me realize why some shows can only put together short seasons--like 6 episodes, and sometimes they do a few and just don't come back---probably a lot of work and money for a small business to put up--even if eventually they make it back when the houses sell and the show airs.
  10. car54

    MSNBC

    I think UP does pretty well in the 8-10 slot so he will probably get that and I'm ok with moving David--I really like him and that late afternoon slot has been kind of all over the place--with them testing newer people on and off--they've also had new people doing the early early slot before UP when Alex doesn't do that and some of them would be ok. David is going to need to change his pastry tray to sandwiches or something---:) I would like to see Geoff Bennett or Jonathan Capehart or Zerlina Maxwell get a shot. I also like Maya Wiley and I'm really surprised they haven't had her cover for someone --usually that is when they are trying someone out--she's on Ari Melber and other shows almost every day--I'd think she would be able to transition to hosting. Ali getting the teaching job at Wharton is pretty great--and I think his wife lives and works in PA so maybe that is going to allow them to be together more. This is going to mess up my weekends--usually if I have to go out I wait until Joy is off and go, Now I'll have to record the afternoon or stay home!
  11. I know Rachel doesn't care, but whoever did her makeup in Atlanta did a great job--or maybe it was Tyler Perry's lighting. She looked really good! In NY sometimes the pile it on and use too much of the HD stuff under the eyes. In Atlanta, her skin and coloring looked really nice.
  12. I had never watched Jasmine's show before this, and I watched a bunch of season 1 and I'm not sure if it is that she doesn't have a design concept going in or if she isn't good at communicating it. When I see some designers--such as Leanne or even Alison, or Joanna Gaines, I can understand how it all comes together in their heads--into a cohesive design---not always a design I like or agree with but I do see they HAVE a plan. After I watched Hidden Potential, I noticed a lot of details--she bought or installed pretty things, but all those pretty things didn't make a memorable impression for me. But with that said--their mission was not to design the prettiest home--it was the most $$$ amount added to the value, so it made sense to me that Jasmine and Mina would come in on top--that is what their businesses are. I honestly could not repeat many details of either of their homes--they were nice but I didn't get that excited. I always think Good Bones homes are nice but over-decorated and tight on space. I assume their buyers send back all the stuff and furnish the homes themselves --but who knows? I really did like Leanne's house and I personally know people who would buy that one even tho it is really different--a wealthy couple whose kids are out of the house--retired to CA, they collect art--they'd love it. I liked some aspects of Allison's house--in particular the black stuff over the fireplace and I loved those big windows the way they looked closed--very elegant. I don't like her much but there was an overall feeling about her home that I liked--maybe because I'm from Chicago and now live on the East Coast?
  13. car54

    MSNBC

    Hallie Jackson just announced she's pregnant. Goodness, the Road Warrior women from the 2016 are taking turns this year!
  14. I watched Sarah Richardson's show on the HGTV site---it was good--her designs were beautiful, but here places end up being so expensive it takes the DIY out of it. https://watch.hgtv.com/tv-shows/sarah-off-the-grid/
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