Las Vegas: She was awful! Besides being totally selfish, she was beyond annoying. I don't know how long they've been married, but I can't see it lasting much longer. I doubt he'll want to spend his retirement listing to her "cha-chinging" everyday. I had to laugh that she insisted on such a big house for entertaining, and their huge (sarcasm) party of 5 people had to sit on the pool ledge because there was no furniture - inside or outside.
I think the husband is going to be thankful for having a pool. I can't imagine living in Vegas without one.
I lived in LV for over 25 years and IMO, they probably will never have an episode showing the older parts because 1. Everyone wants brand new! These buyers that think a 10 year old house is "dated" are certainly not going to look at areas that were built in the 60's, 70's or 80's. 2. Sadly, the older homes are not in desirable neighborhoods anymore. In their heyday, they were nice, but nowadays if you go a few blocks in any direction, it's very questionable.
I did a major eye roll at the realtor counting the courtyard as a living space. People like their privacy, especially in LV so people entertain in their backyards. I can't see them (or anyone else) using the courtyard on a regular basis. Plus, it's like a thousand degrees outside for half the year. I doubt anyone would enjoy sitting out in front with no shade when it's 110.