They show people rental houses for a vacation and the people choose. So far they have had offbeat locations like Marfa, Texas that have some interest. But this week they had the Hamptons and four middle class single women had set aside $80,000 over several years to rent a house so they could participate in the "social scene" and were crestfallen to be told $80,000 wouldn't get them very much. Of course they put a positive spin on the whole experience - they picked a place that was $20,000 more expensive because they didn't have a car, when they could have rented a car for the summer for much less than that - it was just mindblowing that the Hamptons "social scene" would ever be so magical to average working people.
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