HAVE A NECTARINE, GONK
Judge Drew is a bit of a downer isn't he?
LLB does the theatrical put-downs but actually scores fairly. Drew has no personality, and scores low as though the whole thing is beneath him.He's completely superfluous. I have no idea why Seven brought him back as it was obvious last year. LLB was quite scathing towards him then, and Wendy immediately jumped on the bandwagon. It's painful to watch.
That's a shame, but yeah, you gave this season a chance and it was a dud, no need to prolong the boredom. Especially as you presumably have to go out of your way to watch things, so why waste it on something you no longer enjoy.Well I have quit. I'm done with House Rules. Like The Block and MKR, I got to a point where I simply didn't care any more. Feel a bit sad though, it's hard to let go but I have done it.
ha yeah I definitely miss my PVR and being able to timeshift and skip ads. Catchup is not nearly as reliable, esp from here. I love reno shows but this is the same as MKR where being able to cook isn't even a prerequisite to being cast. Oh well.That's a shame, but yeah, you gave this season a chance and it was a dud, no need to prolong the boredom. Especially as you presumably have to go out of your way to watch things, so why waste it on something you no longer enjoy.
I do love watching his obvious hatred for Lawrence though. Personally I prefered Joe Snell to Lawrence and Drew - yes, he wasn't anything to shout about but at least the judging was all about the contestants efforts and not about the judges.Judge Drew is a bit of a downer isn't he?
The villians are Leigh and KristieCaught up with yesterdays episode - nearly 15 minutes they bloody wasted on the whole pretending to sleep in the tent saga. The producers have clearly forgotten what the show is all about - let the contestants personalities shine through their renovation skills and natural interactions, not staged drama and pre-produced segments.
The show is just so over produced now - it needs to go back to basics and focus on what the show should be about - the renovations and the process the contestants go through. The drama will come naturally out of that. I also think producers are deliberately looking for a villian where there isn't one as every year there tends to be that one team who fits the role, but this year there really isn't so they're playing up anything minor to be something it isn't.
Exactly. They've cut one show from the renovation process over the last couple of years, but sadly only to make way for spreading the judging over two shows.I'm about 4 episodes behind but I will get there. I think they should cut down the episode count per week. Tighter editing and less episodes would make it less of a chore.