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I enjoy watching Clean House (My Style production). I like the process and transformation of a house. Sometimes I find it hard to believe the “before” house where everything is just too messy. Too messy that it’s hard to think that this is livable. I started being skeptic about this since practically all the houses have the same extreme mess. I think this is done deliberately for viewing impact and effects but other than that, I think they do a pretty good job.
The comedic inserts are hilariously amusing. It does seem that they are having fun while doing the transformation. Also the yard sale is also fun to watch, letting go of stuff that you no longer need. Something we can all pick up from. Plus after the yard sale, the unsold items are automatically donated to charity so nothing goes to waste and helps charitable institutions. Basically everything in this show has good intentions.
I do, however, noticed changes in the cast but they all are great at what they do. Niecy Nash is a great host and very funny with her loud antics. I do have to admit that the combination of Mark Brunetz (designer), Trish Suhr (yard sale diva and organizer), and Matt Iseman (go-to guy) is just perfect for a team. They compliment with their personalities and antics as well.
Clean House is very entertaining and you will be blown away with the transformation. The objective is clear and they always fulfill and stay true to the show’s name.
One thing’s for sure. I am really entertained when I watch both shows. The Soup is hosted by Joel McHale and The Dish is hosted by Danielle Fishel. Both shows’ objective is to recall and laugh on certain scenes from different TV shows. It’s ridiculously hilarious, I tell you. Both hosts are really great at what they do, leaving you feeling light and smiling. How am I to compare both shows? It’s tough because both shows are really great and entertaining.
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The Soup is an E! Entertainment production and it has a huge resources to criticize because of the shows line-up at E! Entertainment so they never ran out of materials. Joel’s punchlines are perfect and he is someone you do not get tired watching because you have no idea what will come out of his mouth. With props or back-up actors or even guest actors without, he can stand on his own. Despite that all episodes are scripted, you do not feel that it is – that’s how good he is. Joel is also staring in another sitcom, Community. It’s a good transition from The Soup and back. One thing I did notice about Joel is the way he tries to impersonate a female character. No matter how he exaggerates a scene, it comes out a little weak but with help of props and back-up actors (who looked like the production staff), it turns out ok.
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The Dish is a My Style network production. It also does have a lot of resources. Danielle is also a great host with her antics and subtle remarks which makes it more funny. She too is also supported with props and back-up actors and guest actors which actually gives variety. Danielle is a good actor/comedian. Hope I wish she could also attempt to tap on a sitcom. I’m sure she’ll be funny just the same. Personally speaking, if I were to choose between the two hosts, I would prefer Danielle only because she more quirky with her stints.