History YMMV / ExtremeMakeoverHomeEdition

8th Feb '16 12:46:18 AM CJO123
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* HarsherInHindsight: Studies have shown that a large number of contestants are eventually forced to sell their newly remodeled houses, since the changes increase the house's utility use and property tax rates, but the homeowners still only have their original meager salaries to pay for it all.

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* HarsherInHindsight: Studies have shown that a large number of few contestants are were eventually forced to sell their newly remodeled houses, since the changes increase the house's utility use and property tax rates, but the homeowners still only have their original meager salaries to pay for it all.
25th Oct '15 9:19:00 PM LadyNorbert
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* FridayNightDeathSlot: Creator/{{ABC}} moved this show to Friday nights, and was somehow shocked when they had to cancel it.



* ScrewedByTheNetwork: When ABC moved the show, which was averaging around 8 to 9 million viewers on Sunday nights, to Friday nights in the middle of its 9th season, the ratings plummeted to around 5 million viewers an episode, and it was cancelled a few months later. But at least the show had a proper series finale.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: When ABC moved the show, which was averaging around 8 to 9 million viewers on Sunday nights, to Friday nights in the middle of its 9th season, the ratings plummeted to around 5 million viewers an episode, and it was cancelled a few months later. But at least the show had a proper series finale.finale.
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28th Mar '13 1:20:12 PM Austin
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: When ABC moved the show, which was averaging around 8 to 9 million viewers on Sunday nights, to Friday nights in the middle of its 9th season, the ratings plummeted to around 5 million viewers an episode, and it was cancelled a few months later. But at least the show had a proper series finale.
* TitleConfusion: Also unofficially known as ''Extreme Home Makeover'' and referred to as such by some fans and media, and even by ABC affiliates themselves who promote the show.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: When ABC moved the show, which was averaging around 8 to 9 million viewers on Sunday nights, to Friday nights in the middle of its 9th season, the ratings plummeted to around 5 million viewers an episode, and it was cancelled a few months later. But at least the show had a proper series finale.
* TitleConfusion: Also unofficially known as ''Extreme Home Makeover'' and referred to as such by some fans and media, and even by ABC affiliates themselves who promote the show.
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19th Feb '13 3:18:37 PM spoonofevil
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* HarsherInHindsight: Studies have shown that a large number of contestants are eventually forced to sell their newly remodeled houses, since the changes increase the house's utility use and property tax rates, but the homeowners still only have their original meager salaries to pay for it all.
11th Feb '13 1:09:49 PM CJO123
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: When ABC moved the show, which was averaging around 8 to 9 million viewers on Sunday nights, to Friday nights in the middle of its 9th season, the ratings plummeted to around 5 million viewers an episode, and it was cancelled a few months later. At least it had a proper series finale.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: When ABC moved the show, which was averaging around 8 to 9 million viewers on Sunday nights, to Friday nights in the middle of its 9th season, the ratings plummeted to around 5 million viewers an episode, and it was cancelled a few months later. At But at least it the show had a proper series finale.
16th Nov '12 4:30:26 PM CJO123
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: When ABC moved the show, which was averaging around 8 to 9 million viewers on Sunday nights, to Friday nights in the middle of its 9th season, the ratings plummeted to around 5 million viewers an episode, and it was cancelled a few months later. At least it had a proper series finale.
1st Nov '12 12:14:02 PM nombretomado
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* SugarWiki/FunnyMoments: Believe it or not, this show has its share. Chances are if Paul [=DiMeo=] is on the build team, there's going to be some of these, such as the time he turned a DrSeuss book into Green Eggs and LargeHam.

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* SugarWiki/FunnyMoments: Believe it or not, this show has its share. Chances are if Paul [=DiMeo=] is on the build team, there's going to be some of these, such as the time he turned a DrSeuss Creator/DrSeuss book into Green Eggs and LargeHam.



* TitleConfusion: Also unofficially known as ''Extreme Home Makeover'' and referred to as such by some fans and media, and even by ABC affiliates themselves who promote the show.

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* TitleConfusion: Also unofficially known as ''Extreme Home Makeover'' and referred to as such by some fans and media, and even by ABC affiliates themselves who promote the show.
26th Aug '12 2:01:34 AM LadyNorbert
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** Every episode featuring the Muppets is stuffed with these, especially the instance of Miss Piggy knocking over an entire house with one well-placed karate chop.
14th Jan '12 6:47:23 AM animenutcase
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** The series finale. The place? Joplin, Missouri. The challenge? Build seven homes for seven families in the seven day limit. '''They succeeded'''.

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** The series finale. The place? Joplin, Missouri. The challenge? Build seven homes for seven families in a community devastated by a tornado in the seven day limit. '''They succeeded'''.
14th Jan '12 6:46:57 AM animenutcase
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** The series finale. The place? Joplin, Missouri. The challenge? Build seven homes for seven families in the seven day limit. '''They succeeded'''.
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