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  1. Yes. I remember that now. I just looked up the other show I was interested in and it's either called "For the Love of Kitchens" or 'Bespoke Kitchens" but it's about Kitchen design, not cooking. I can't find anything about it on the Discovery+ App, though, so I'm wondering if they've dropped it or they'll still have it. The kitchens were amazing, though.
  2. This show went from bad to really awful. I just can't anymore. I'm out.
  3. I'll have to check out the restaurant show. I usually don't do cooking/restaurant shows because I'm not into cooking at all, but I do like Restaurant Impossible. I don't cook, but I do like to eat so maybe I'll try the biscuit recipe next time I get the itch to bake. lol
  4. I have Discovery+, too, and I also enjoyed the same shows. I didn't try the one about the gym, though. That one didn't interest me. The one disappointment I had was that one of the kitchen shows they mentioned in their interview preview wasn't available. I think I'll like that one, too. I'm still confused about how the Magnolia Network is going to work, and what old DIY shows will be included. I really love Restored, Stone House Revival, and Saving Galveston, so I hope those are there somewhere or moved to the mothership. Off topic (but in reaction to things brought up and left to stand
  5. IMHO He looks great in the tweet with the photo from Flip that Romance, but the Sweet Carolina hair was bad. Very bad. It needed to be cut in the back and combed back from his face in the front. But I'm not a fan of long hair on guys. The beard is fine, but I like shorter hair. It always looks messy and dirty to me when it's long.
  6. Well, I watched it. That was booooorrring. yawn. I hated the orange dress. Not the most flattering look... imho This universe is so weird to me. Adults I know aren't this flaky. Just get married already. I also hated the return of the missionary non-boyfriend for the blonde. (I can't remember anybody's name and I'm not going to bother looking it up.) I like her. Bring back the other guy or give her a decent man. That guy is such a loser jerking her around like that. They better drop that story pronto, or I will definitely have to stop watching. That was just painfu
  7. It sounds like “complicated” to me. Edited because I heard it again and it’s definitely two syllables, so not complicated. Y’all may be right that it’s confident - but that’s three syllables, so I’ll just say it *should* be complicated, but it’s actually just incoherent. Lol I had actually removed this show from my DVR and recently decided to give it one more shot. I haven’t watched the first episode of S7 yet, but I really hope it gets better than it has been or I’m out.
  8. I don't post often, but I want to say that I'm very happy with the outcome of the triangle. I was pretty much Team Nathan at the beginning because I love Kevin so much, but Lucas grew on me and I do like that actor, plus I had been wondering about exactly what Elizabeth said - Nathan was too much a substitute for Jack. Lucas is fresh and different and will take them places that a romance with Nathan would not. On the other developments. - Bye Henry. You were fun as a villain in the beginning, but your story line seemed over and without Abigail it had nowhere to go. I'm really very glad th
  9. I have a brick arch over my stove and it's never been a problem. It cleans off just fine, but it's a wide arch so it's not like it's right over the pot of sauce anyway. My big issue with Alison's kitchen is that it seemed incomplete. It was weird the way it just stopped at the dining area. I don't get that at all. It looked really unfinished to me. I do think there was a sale that fell through. On the listing it says B&Ms is new, which seemed odd when the others were already pending. I strongly suspect they had to relist it a couple of days ago.
  10. I don't know where they found it, but I get all my real estate info from realtor.com. https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-search/Atlanta_GA/price-600000-800000?view=map&pos=34.064922,-84.814373,34.054567,-84.804717,17&qdm=true I agree. If I had to pick one of those houses B&M's would be my choice any day. I could easily add a huge fan or AC unit to the garage workout space, and an extra head in the shower if that's an issue, but getting rid of the gaudy in the other houses would be more of a pain to me. If I was judging on design alone, I guess I'd give it
  11. Clinton has a new show on HGTV. I saw the first episode. It was pretty good. Fun to see him again. https://www.hgtv.com/shows/self-made-mansions/articles/self-made-mansions-with-clinton-kelly-premiere-date
  12. I thought I saw the laundry on the plans. It was moved upstairs and in a closet with stackables. I could be wrong, but I'm almost positive I saw it. I'm not going to go back and rewatch, though. It was only in the one quick scene where they went over the plans. I totally agree about it being stupid to get rid of the room and half-bath downstairs, though. I would have moved that to the back of the house and made the kitchen a little smaller to accommodate it.
  13. Okay. I just haven't noticed anything more than a hi. Maybe I've missed other interactions?... not that Nathan has much interaction with him either, but Nathan has been presented as a selfless guy who has basically given up his independence to take care of another man's child, though she is his kin. He's a person who puts the needs of others ahead of his own. That's attractive to me and makes him seem like he'd be a better father figure. I realize that I'm weird and wrong in the eyes of most here, but I'm just pointing out a different pov so those who find it strange might understand the w
  14. So true! I laugh at how over dressed and well coiffed they are. Lucas is good looking, and I've liked him in Hallmark movies and things, it's just the way they write him. Same with Henry - they write him to be bad, and he was very bad at the beginning, so I just have a hard time seeing him as a guy that could be counted on for a woman, especially a woman of that day and time. There's the whole saloon owner and gambler thing, too. In that day (from what I've read) the local school teacher with a young son would not have taken up with such a man. It's just not what I see the Elizabeth
  15. I'm really reluctant to post here because clearly I'm in the serious minority, but maybe I'm not alone... so here goes: I still prefer Nathan to Lucas. Lucas still gives me the creeps. I can't help it. They must have done too good a job with the creepy intro of him as a possible bad guy. He just looks creepy, he tries way too hard to please Elizabeth. It's like he's made it his mission to get to her, and yet does he even know she has a kid? (I mean, I know he does, but he doesn't seem like the father-type and hasn't seemed to make any effort to get to know the kid while wooing her.) I
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