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HGTV seeks men

by Adam Finley, posted Jan 23rd 2007 8:02PM

manHGTV has put out a call for men who have a special place in their home designed just for them. You know, that section of the house with a pool table, dart board, beer steins and several stuffed animal carcasses on the wall? These men and their men spaces will be featured on a new series called Man Land that apparently aims to celebrate stereotypical manliness. Other men like myself whose "man space" consist of nothing more than a Debbie Gibson album and a small tin of ginger snaps have been woefully overlooked. If I hadn't just come back from a manicure and didn't want to ruin the finish on my nails I'd be dialing up HGTV right now to complain.

We'll have to wait and see if this new series has anything worthwhile to offer. At the very least, it could be a nice change of pace from Queer Eye by actually celebrating the conditions these men choose as opposed to trying to change it.

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Adam Finley

Calvin:

TV Squad is not affiliated with any network or TV show. My suggestion for you would be to start here:

http://abc.go.com/primetime/xtremehome/casting.html

Best of luck,

Adam

January 23 2007 at 10:55 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Calvin Degen

I was just wondering who to contact about an extreme home makeover. My best friend just lost his 34 year old wife to liver cancer, she left behind 4 kids, age 2 to 10 and 2 step children, age 11 and 18, a new step grandchild she never got to see, was born 2 weeks after her death, anyway, my buddy lives in a run down 3 bedroom home that was converted from and old grainery, he hasn't worked for 6-7 months, was constantly taking her to chemo therapy and to the emergency room, besides trying to raise his 4 children that were at home, he's probably the best parent I've ever known, and the support he gave to his wife was unreal, always by her side, rubbing her back, feet, arms, what have you, very dedicated person, I've been there for him as much as I possibly can, but it still isn't enough, so if anybody can help me in any way with this, I'd be deeply honored as he would be also, thank you very much for taking the time to read my letter.
Cal

January 23 2007 at 9:40 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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