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Another fun-filled week at JLD! Since my review, Jeff has added a few business related tasks to my job -- answering emails, ordering the occasional fixture, and stopping by projects to do random things. It’s cool, no real major promotion, but it’s definitely more interesting than just shopping and watering the lawn. My appreciation of my job was certainly renewed after half the office got fired, and besides, at least I’m one of the few people that can say I grocery shop professionally.
When it’s time to watch the episode, I’m usually most interested in seeing the actual design work that Jeff does. This is probably because I get to see all the classic drama live and in person. Working for Jeff has definitely created an interest and appreciation for design that I didn’t have when I started working for him. It’s cool to see him impose his vision and style on all of these different projects. Now when I walk into a new place, I think about what I would change in it. But I differ from Jeff in that I think about where I would put the recording studio and the batting cage, rather than the hardwood and Caesarstone. I like a lot of what Jeff uses -- especially the different wall papers and natural rock tiles, but if I were a designer, I would get way more weird with it. My ideal house would be like an English country-style cottage on acid. No, mushrooms. An English country-style cottage on mushrooms...and a little drunk. I don’t know if they still make thatched roofs, but my house would have a huge one and a giant garden full of cherry blossom trees. I’d have pet peacocks and an enormous koi pond that I could swim in. The house would have tons of secret passages and a real dungeon. Of course the dungeon would just be a wine cellar, but it would still have an iron maiden in it. In the back yard, above the batting cage and next to a modestly sized skate park, would be an exact scale replica of the Swiss Family Robinson house where I would put a completely analog recording studio. I would also love it if at least one aspect of my house or property could be seen from space. Yeah, that’s what I do if I were a designer. But, alas, I am but a humble house assistant.
I would love to see more of you on the show! I just started watching Flipping Out, so not sure how long you've been on it, but if you are on screen anything like you are in your blogs, then I'm a FAN! Very funny stuff!
Im so happy you are getting more work opportunities at Jeff Lewis Design!! Well deserved. But now they need to show you more often cause you are some good eye candy! Lots of love Jett keep up the good work!
Happy that you are learning the ropes! Learn what Gage does so he can get fired next!! You are an excellent parent & you should be proud!
Hey Jet ....What brand aviators sunglasses were you wearing in last weeks episode?????? ..They were really nice ...glad you didnt get fired ...
you could design my house anyway you wanted to!! Actually except for the batting cage I like your description...that would definitely be adventurous and fun!!!
Sounds good! I hope we see you on screen more next season - it is bizarre that they cut your screen time & added in Gage. We need some witty eye candy!
I agree! We need to see more Jett onscreen next season. Not only is he cute, but he's got a droll sense of humor. Jett is fun to watch. "Thanks for not firing me," is a funny line when Jett says it. So Jeff, more Jett! He's been with you a long time and people like him. He is actually one of your more loyal and hard-working employees! No drama, but fun!