A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The show is about design and renovation, but marital love, compromise, and communication are all themes here.
Positive Role Models
While some husbands show consideration for their wives' wants, others either misunderstand them or ignore them. Friends and family often jump in to help with the remodel and/or attempt to find out how the remodel is going.
Violence & Scariness
Mild arguments sometimes take place during the reveal.
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Occasional words like "Goddamn" are bleeped.
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Products & Purchases
Lowe's Home Improvement store is prominently featured and other retail outlet logos also visible.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Beer and wine consumption visible.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this series, which features husbands remodeling rooms while their wives are barred from offering input, contains some bleeped words (like "Goddamn") and drinking (beer, wine). Logos for Lowe's, as well as local furniture stores and other retail centers, are prominently visible. Themes like trust, compromise, and other relationship-related issues are featured here.
Is It Any Good?
The show combines renovation mishaps with relationship drama to showcase how potentially disconnected couples can be when it comes to their design aesthetic. Much of its entertainment value comes from humorously emphasizing the distrust some wives have in their husbands' choices, while highlighting the ways their husbands are disregarding their tastes and preferences.
The show sends some questionable messages about the featured couples' willingness to compromise with each other. It doesn't offer much by way of do-it-yourself pointers, either. But no doubt that folks who like this sort of thing will enjoy watching how the remodels go, and the reactions to them.
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