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    I think this was my favorite episode! I loved that house, and the family, and the contractors! I guess it helps that the house is down the road from us!

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    EMHE is in Dewey, Ok as I type. My husband and I went over and volunteered Tuesday. This family is not going to know what to do. They lived in a trailer and are coming home (Saturday January 28) to a 5500 square foot home.

    I think this show is awesome!! While I don't always catch the show, I really think this is one of the better home improvement shows!!

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    Anybody watching tonight? That little dog running around with the camera around it's neck is too cute!
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    I love this show. Why doesn't it have it's own forum?

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    OOOO Guess What?

    Ty and gang were In Florida redoing a house for a man who was diagnosed with cancer, and they also did a park in Boyton Beach Florida.
    That will be on this spring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    EMHE is in Dewey, Ok as I type. My husband and I went over and volunteered Tuesday. This family is not going to know what to do. They lived in a trailer and are coming home (Saturday January 28) to a 5500 square foot home.

    I think this show is awesome!! While I don't always catch the show, I really think this is one of the better home improvement shows!!
    This ep is on right now.

    This is my favorite home makeover show.

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    Besides the Sunday night shows, ABC has 4 special episodes to air on Thursdays, starting this week. They're entitled "After the Storm" and they'll be taking place in the areas ravaged by Hurricane Katrina.
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    Can an argument be made that a show has "Jumped the Shark" simply because it has an episode description like this?
    "Craft Family"
    The team, headed by Kermit the Frog, makes over the home of a high-school coach who mentors and inspires students in Texas; Davy Jones of the Monkees stops in to help decorate a room and sing one of the group's hits.
    Kermit the Frog could be said to be kind of nostalgic cool for some of the audience, but add Davy Jones to the mix and well... it seems like a Horror show of schlock.

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    Sorry Krom, I love that little guy. He's part of my childhood. Oh, and Kermit's great too.
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