I sort of wonder about that relationship, actually.
Who spends that much time with a cousin? They have dinner with only the owners of the business, you figure the entire family gets together for dinner.
I know the dinner is to move the story along, but it seems like too intimate a setting.
After failing as a landlord, Scott McGillivray goes Gay 4 Pay, and uses his body as "Income Property."
I don't know when you people find these shows with hot men on them. Every time I check out HGTV, it's fucking House Hunters.
I used to watch that network as my go to choice, but now I've given up even bothering to check out what they're showing.
But I almost never pay attention to schedules or what show is on what night. I just turn on the television when i happen to be at home and not doing anything else.
LOVE the Kitchen Cousins! One of them is gay, right?
The Kitchen Cousins can claim to be straight all they want. They scream couple.
The Antonio Treatment
The Outdoor Room with Jamie Durie
Scott from "Income Property" has eager, puffy nipples.
HGTV once had a show titled Weekend Warriors... the host was incredibly good looking and well-built.
They had an episode with a gay couple building a new deck... oh my god, they were such a stereotype! Both gym built, one a Mary and the other much more butch.
I saw the episodes several times and kept thinking that the host and the butch guy ended up tag teaming the Mary afterwards...
google search reminds me that the host was Brien Blakely.
r19, you read my mind! I'd love to see that too. OMG, that Brian Baeumler is so frickin' hot!
[quote]Who spends that much time with a cousin?
Um, my family does.
Big Irish family. We don't like other people.
I have 8 brothers/sisters and we are planning on buying a big piece of property in upstate NY and building houses all together, so we make our own neighborhood. I'm sure some of the cousins will be in on it too.
It's very nice to be able to just walk into somwone's house and know you're welcome any time, actually.
r32, I smell a new realityTV hit on Hgtv.
R32...that's not THEIR story.
Lately I like Bryan Baeumler, the Canadian-accented baldy on DIY Network's [italic]Disaster DIY.[/italic]