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  1. CrazyInAlabama

    Veterinary and Animal Rescue Shows

    I like the Columbus Zoo show, but agree it's very low drama. I did get a kick out of the episode where they were moving the various animals to winter quarters at the Safari park, or whatever it's called. The Ostriches were hysterical, and the keepers had to get very clever to get them to the barns.
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    House Hunters

    I really liked the tall Spanish house hunter. I'm guessing they can raise the doorway heights on the two lowest openings.
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    Mama June: From Not To Hot

    I would add, didn't believe her daughter was assaulted, stayed with the boyfriend, and after he got out of prison, and was on the sex offender registry, dated him again and let him near her younger daughter.
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    OutDaughtered

    Wow! Interesting spoiler druzy.
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    Good Bones

    The first episode last night was a rerun, but a good one. The grandparents house probably was in good shape, but after being rented out, it certainly was trashed. The result was lovely, and to me the most important thing is the structure and foundation are totally sound, and should last forever. The purple exterior paint was not my choice, but I loved the interior. I really enjoyed the women coming back to see the grandparents house, and being so thrilled. I wonder if the women managed to buy the house back? It would have been nice to know the outcome. Do they have to paint everything purple? The new episode last night was interesting, but even though they fixed so many problems (water line, moved furnace, and water heater), I wonder how many others are still hidden? I wasn't a fan of the chemistry set light/planter, but I'm not into trendy, or fashionable either. They could have saved a bundle doing a marble look back splash with porcelain or ceramic tile.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    In the hedge man's case, I would suspect that depending on the type of hedge plants, that they'll grow back to the previous height pretty quickly. The house I grew up in had hedges that grew at least that tall in a year, so maybe those hedges will too. $5,000 was ridiculous for that hedge. One of these days, when robbers come into the neighbor's house when she's home, that man will probably be the one who calls the police to rescue her. I wonder what the crime rate is in that neighborhood? In the man's place, from now on I would cut everything straight up from his side of the property line, and never trim the hedge for the old bat next door. Then I would put in a security system, with the video door bells, and let the neighbors worry about their own property. Also, since the man has been trimming that hedge for years, with her permission, she actually owed him a lot. Yard work like that is pricey. In the Decatur case I think the big sticking point that made the sister so angry was that her sister-in-law is on the deed too. I bet the nephew/son moved for work, and the mother/sister-in-law manages the property, and that just pisses the old bat off. If they hadn't improved the property, then I suspect the house wouldn't qualify to sell, after appraisal, except as a tear down, and that probably would have been very little in that area. There is no way they could get anything but a cash buyer in that area, or hold a mortgage themselves, and we all know how poorly that comes out.
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    S07.E24: Sean

    I don't think a sober living type house would have worked for Sean at all. People live there, and follow the rules, or they get kicked out. It's not a supervised, parent substitute like a group home is, and I doubt he was low functioning enough to stay at a group home. Plus, group homes are hard to get into for people who actually qualify, not just someone who had a mother that kept him an infant.
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    Mama June: From Not To Hot

    That wasn't an evening gown. It was totally see through, the butt shot is blurred out when she climbs onto the seat. You can hear the people who filmed it talking about it on the sound track.
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    OutDaughtered

    My guess is (I really have no idea) they'll magically rent something in the same subdivision, and then after several episodes of the regular house being cleaned up, they'll move back. I hope they eventually say what caused the mold development (an issue with the AC not draining properly can start it, or water damage from the hurricane, or other reasons). I wonder what the reaction of the other neighbors are to the mold issue? And the builder who supposedly made them a great deal to buy the house to fit their family. I'm wondering if the remediation will be covered by insurance?
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    OutDaughtered

    "I don't know if it's because they're in a new environment" Danielle. Seriously! They even have matching outfits for 'emergency' sleepovers, how spur of the moment that isn't. Do they think I'm stupid? And if they desperately want a rental now, then stop playing around in the park, and look at houses. I don't know what the Texas house rental rules are, but it would be a cold day in hell I'd rent a house of mine to that bunch.
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    Jenny & Sumit: Slumdog Thousandaire

    If she actually can get some Social Security, then she can pay for the apartment, and expenses with that. When I rewatched the financial planner section, there were tons of cuts in that conversation. She might have a lot more money than was shown on TV, and she could tap any retirement accounts, since she's over 59 1/2.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    5 p.m. episodes, first new, second rerun (a graphic stabbing rerun)- Deceased Father Fraud-Plaintiff claims her siblings/defendants lied to her about the sale of late father's home, and took money from his bank account. Plaintiff claims she was coerced into defendant's son purchasing house for $7500, and son and wife of defendant went on the deed. The defendant's used the father's money to fix up the house (sounds like a total dump), and then son and his mother bought it, and the son now rents the house out. Sorry JJ but Zillow isn't a great resource for house prices. Sister gets $1200. Mutilated Privacy Hedge-Plaintiff suing defendant/neighbor over the trimming of an 18-foot privacy hedge. Man trimmed joint privacy hedge to 3 to 4 feet, after several break ins at his house, where the burglars are shielded from view by the gigantic hedges. The man had trimmed the hedges before with her permission, but not that short. The hedge is planted right on the property line, and branches hang over on his line. $5,000 to plaintiff. Stabbing, Slashing and Kidnapping-Plaintiff suing ex for false CPS report, harassment, and a bunch of garbage. Defendant says ex-girlfriend, and her new boyfriend ganged up on him over money, stabbing him repeatedly, in the head and face, and slashed his tires. Defendant was later assaulted, and stabbed, but was arrested by the police. Plaintiff woman is scary. Woman claims she was assaulted by the defendant, but that's when defendant was stabbed and assaulted, and arrested and held for three days. Plaintiff claims three months before defendant slashed her tires. Plaintiff claims she was short on her rent, and needed car repairs. Plaintiff claims man texted, and called her, and she went outside to meet him at 2 a.m., outside the gated apartment. Plaintiff of course no longer has the phone or text records. Plaintiff claims defendant grabbed her, two passerby got defendant off of her, she escaped to her apartment, called 911 (no 911 call or police report). There is nothing but a incident report for stalking 90 minutes after her 'assault' happened. Woman didn't even go to the hospital, or do a police report. Woman claims she didn't know she was stabbed (Sorry, if I get stabbed I'll know it, and I'll go to the hospital, and file criminal charges). Defendant claims plaintiff called and texted him to come over to her house. Plaintiff filed for a restraining order, but didn't go to court, and it was dismissed. Defendant had multiple stab wounds to his head and face. JJ gives plaintiff nothing, and tells her to show the tape the police, with her zero evidence. I don't think the defendant received anything, he waited over a year to sue.
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    All Episodes Talk: All Rise

    3 pm reruns- Drinks, Baseball and a Bailout-(They both work at a ball park, that's where baseball comes in) Plaintiff suing ex-boyfriend defendant for a loan for a car of $1800, he says it's a gift, but paid her $300 back. Defendant dumped plaintiff right after the car purchase, and right after he was nailed for a D.U.I., and she bailed him out, and car was impounded. $1500 for plaintiff Sibling Squatter-Plaintiff parents of five say defendant relative (brother of plaintiff husband) , his mother, and another relative skipped out on rent, and hoarded trash in their home. The plaintiffs moved to Montana for work, that didn't pan out, and moved back. Then plaintiffs found the rent hadn't been paid, and $2800 in utilities were unpaid. The mother quit her job, and moved out when the plaintiffs returned. Defendant brother claims he paid everything, but stopped paying rent. Colorado has squatters rights, at least when this case occurred, and brother exercised them. Since Cody the deadbeat brother finally moved out, the couple only rent the garage (I bet they're living in the house themselves). Cody was renting the garage for his car, and never paid. Cody also trashed the yard, the neighbor's yard, and the house, and they had to pay for cleaning. Plaintiffs get $800 unpaid rent. (The hallterview is hysterical, deadbeat renter Cody talks about how he owed nothing, Hair Salon Freeloader-Plaintiff suing former landlord defendant over a hair salon lacking zoning permits. Plaintiff wanted plumbing repairs, the bathroom improved, outside lighting improved, and other things not in the lease. Plaintiff started improvements two months before taking possession of the salon space, and at the end of the third month plaintiff left. Plaintiff also didn't want to get electricity, and other utilities in her name, and claims the defendant should have paid. They both signed a lease, and it says that the building is zoned as a salon, plaintiff claims it wasn't zoned that way, but has zero proof. The plaintiffs did nothing to find out about zoning, but it was zoned commercial. They never gave the landlord any notice about any issues, except the letter saying the plaintiffs were moving out in a couple of weeks, before they had to start paying rent. Plaintiffs get nothing back, because they got three months free rent. Landlord alleges damages to the interior of the building, and put up additional outdoor lighting. Cases dismissed, and landlord keeps security deposit.
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    Mama June: From Not To Hot

    Considering her previous boyfriends, and sperm donors have mostly been pedos, then I doubt any replacement for Geno would be any different. Maybe the parolees dating app she must be using to meet men is a bad idea, and she should look somewhere besides the state prison for future dates.
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    House Hunters

    I know the Atlanta house hunter picked the first house for the garage, but the realtor wasn't right about endlessly sanding and poly on the floors. They could put several heavy coats of poly on the floors, but if the dog has tough nails, they'll eventually scratch. I would have taken the second house, and enclosed the car port, since it only needed a door side, a full wall on the side, and a little on the back to fully enclose it. As it is, the first house will need to have a bedroom turned into a laundry center, so he can iron constantly, and for his wardrobe storage. The third was my favorite, but I'm guess with setbacks, that the garage would be impossible. Of course, even if the garage building was possible, it would have required a lot off of the price too.
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