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You’d have tough acts to follow, though. The appalling abodes of those five already-aired episodes include a former funeral home, a sardine can house, a pyramid-shaped residence, and a “pink-carpeted nightmare that looks like a cat condo,” as HGTV’s episode descriptions tease.
One episode even showed off a shingled house in Nazareth, Penn., that boasted an indoor pool… in a carpeted poolroom. “The poolroom is a mold factory,” host Retta told viewers. “I’m getting checked out after we leave here.”