As for the house, "it goes through peaks and valleys, but it still looks good when we have people over," says Kaden, wearing a Diesel shirt that he bought for himself. After six months, the space isn't "Queer Eye" perfect, with piles of CDs in the corner and excess mail stuffed on the once-artfully arranged living-room shelves. But helping to maintain order is girlfriend Lisa, whom Kaden endearingly invited to move in at episode's end via a to-do list on the kitchen chalkboard - "Eggs/Ravioli/Lisa, will you move in?/Bread" - which he has yet to erase.
gee...I thought she broke up with him, according to that article in the other thread posted here. Plus if this guy didn't know what a product was, no wonder he thought that skank was good enough to ask to move in with him, what a sled track!!!!
<i>"I could have gone on without it. But it did help." Staying presentable "is a lot of work," he concedes</i>
Ok. Two things about this sentence.
1) Don't be so damned pompous to say you "didn't need the help"... cause believe us....<i>you did!</i>
2) Being presentable isn't <i>alot</i> of work..really..it isn't.
I wasn't so sure that I liked him that much on the show, and perhaps these two statements (moreso the "didn't need the help" one) are an indication why I had reserves.
Oh..and I like what Carson said on the show when Lisa says, "I was afraid you'd have a suit and tie, with short hair...".. Carson pipes up, "Well, what did she think...she was getting 5 gay guys from IBM??" LOL I wish they would have cut his hair though, I was bummed that they didn't.
Great articles. Hopefully in the future they can devote an episode or two to catching up with some of the make-betters. It'd be amusing to see them just suprise them and see how they (and their places) look.
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