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troybe

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#6
First ep a bit underwhelming with all the teams being sort of the same. The style of the show looks like it’s completely changed from the gaudy nuffie design to more sleek magazine-shoot style. Need people like Troy in the mix to create a bit of drama and design flair.


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#8
only saw bits of it. no middle aged people this year, just beautiful 25-35 year olds. makes me wonder about the amount of actual renovation we will see and whether they will somehow manage to fit less of it in, in between the choreographed dancing and the producers telling the couples to ask the others for help in front of the camera.
they are all so annoyingly upbeat too. the dancers believing dancing gives them what it takes to win house rules is a curious take on it.

i hope jamie durie is able to bring some of drew heath's negativity to the reviews, i feel he could be the yes man of the judges.
 

Bazzar

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#9
What gets me is we have amature renovater/designers who have very ordinary home reno's, and going by the adverts all of a sudden transformed into outstanding designers with tis amazing technology on show.

Who is doing all the work behind the scenes?

The girls (Who have been on a dating reality tv show in the past) nave never used a screwdriver, paintbrush, or powertool yet are selected for a full-on renovating show ?

This year is looking like a big joke.
 

Bazzar

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#10
only saw bits of it. no middle aged people this year, just beautiful 25-35 year olds. makes me wonder about the amount of actual renovation we will see and whether they will somehow manage to fit less of it in, in between the choreographed dancing and the producers telling the couples to ask the others for help in front of the camera.
they are all so annoyingly upbeat too. the dancers believing dancing gives them what it takes to win house rules is a curious take on it.

i hope jamie durie is able to bring some of drew heath's negativity to the reviews, i feel he could be the yes man of the judges.
I agree about Drew. He had minimal personality and increadibly dull for TV and it's good he was replaced, but he was easy the best when it came to architectural design, and I loved his tension with LLB who is an unqualified TV designer. You could see it was genuine, i will miss that.
The show needs Jamie to step up and save it.
 

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BlakeyNoFlakey

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Let's face it, the builders do all the heavy lifting unless the team has chippies in it. This show is about design, not renovating.

However, the show so far is uber boring. Not sure I'm gonna last.
 
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