There is something strangely familiar about Erin Lassner, my 11-year-old Encino client. She is tough, strong-willed, direct, and sometimes completely inflexible. She reminds me of someone, but I can't quite place it. I respect her intensity and passion which made me want to spend time with her and take her "under my wing." The first day we met, she requested a one-on-one meeting to discuss her bedroom. I had never had a consultation with an 11-year old and found the idea amusing. I indulged her request and set up the meeting. She arrived with a file full of pictures and ideas. She must have put in hours and hours of researching. Needless to say, I was impressed. This girl was a trip. I could not believe she was only 11 years old. In fact, for weeks I was convinced she was a little person but deemed it inappropriate to ask. The night she left me the stern phone message, I realized she was indeed 11 years old and probably the child I never knew I had. She was disappointed with the paint samples and apparently couldn't wait until the next day to tell me. I received her message just before 9 p.m. when she should have been in bed. She used her father's cell phone probably fearing she would get caught if she used the house phone. She was sly about it, which again impressed me. I did eventually find a color scheme that satisfied her and for the moment she is content. We are supposed to continue to shop for bedding and window coverings for her bedroom and I expect it to be very entertaining. After just a short time working with Erin, I realize I have found my next assistant, or maybe she has found hers.
This is ALL I care about. Has Bravo renewed your series? When is it scheduled? I haven't seen it scheduled for months now. What's the deal? I asked Bravo. They're being elusive and won't give me an answer. Will your series continue and if so, when is it scheduled? If not, please let us know. You have many avid fans in TV landom. Thank you.
Yay I see "Flipping out" reruns this better mean you'll be coming back in our living rooms. I absolutely love your show even more stunned, appalled and adore your madness, joy joy joy.
Can't wait to see you again
We saw a wooden play house on one of your episodes that I would love to get for my daughter. It was a wooden playout with a mini porch and small benches on the porch. In this episode, the client stained the play house to match their house. Would you happen to have the manufacturer of this house? Any information would be appreciated.
I'm looking for pic on the inside railing that shows in the episode of video of canine fights. It appears to be dark-colored horizontal flat metal.
Jeff, I love the show so much, that I want to help you out! I know the right person to help you with your business. A single man, (after eight faithful years of being married), 36 years old, no kid's, work's in the constrution business in Marietta, GA . Last November he entered nascar/dewalt contest and came in 3rd place for his craftmanship. He is my son and doesn't know that I am writing to you! thank's for reading. Love, Pat
I had seen Flipping Out a few times in the past and enjoyed it, but recently Bravo aired a marathon, and now I'm a full-blown addict! My friends and I hold screening parties when I get a few episodes saved on the DVR. I might sneak and watch them before everyone else gets to, but come on - who can wait? I haven't explored much online, but do you have the seasons available for sale on DVD? Lastly, I'm trying to figure out how I can possibly work with Jeff and the team, while living in Fargo and having no design capabilities. I love dogs and sarcasm, but I don't think that's quite enough... Jenni, I understand wanting to pursue acting, but could you spend just a smidge more time in the office for the fans? Thanks so much for a phenomenal show - please please please keep making it!!