Living with ten different families definitely changed our lives. In tonight's premiere you will meet the Steinbecks, a wonderful family who had been turned off to remodeling after having a disastrous kitchen makeover, which took months longer than originally planned.
Felice had good taste, and their home was already beautiful, but the upstairs floor plan was not. Jeff and I immediately realized that we had to give them their proper master back and design the closet Felice had always dreamed of.
Jeff and I were very stressed about completing a bathroom in five days, yet miraculously we did it. The things you see -- multiple water leaks, the headboard not fitting up the stairs, Jeff spraying Felice's expensive perfume on me -- all happened. Trust me, you cannot make this up. (Sorry, Felice!)
You and Jeff are a great pair. I love you & love watching you two. I am equally happy that you are back working with him again. You know him better than he knows himself most times. Love your rap and how you are with children, they all love you.
Im shocked that Jeff agreed to do a series where he has to deal w people for a whole week..that wld be hard for anyone to, but especially this man. These people must have a high tolerance. You, my dear, have the patience of a saint.
anything you and Jeff do, is truly entertaining. I dont know if I like this format for you, but you guys are funny and CRAZY. will keep watching
They need to go to something closer to the old format - this was a Boring show. I miss the old Show - he can hire new people and start back with you and Zola, otherwise I am afraid I will have to watch Jeff and You on another channel. This show was "almmost" as bad the Persian show......I refuse to watch it after the first one. I will give yours another try or so, but I do not think anyone much liked this show.....
Dear Jenni and Jeff,
I was very disappointed in your new show "Interior Therapy".
I was hoping to see some true therapy for Jeff. Instead, it was too much of an annoying couple who have no idea how they are warping their poor children. The best part of the show was when Jeff and Zoila played with the kids and actually let them almost get dirty while painting. And the upcoming shows don't bode well, either.
A true "interior therapy" show would be Jeff knocking on my front door; a tract home in a starter home neighborhood where "Mom isn't an anal retentive and Dad isn't p******whipped". Instead, my husband works 6 days a week for the family business and I work night shift as an RN. We have a cat, a dog and NO ZOILA. Talk about GERMS!. And we have a very, very limited budget.
I wonder how Jeff could handle that!!!!!
Well, I think it would be true therapy for Jeff to come into my home and see where our decorating left off when I was diagnosed with cancer two years ago.
I look forward to re-runs of your former show.
Just saw your commercial. Whoot whoot! Keep chasin' your dream, honey!
Love that you and Jeff are working closely again. You are a good match, and together produce some amazing results.
Best wishes, Heidi
Just want you to know I finally figured out that it is "YOU" in the Secret Outlast commercial!! I kept watching and watching and couldn't decide if it was YOU or Julia Louis-Dreyfus you two look so much alike so I Googled it and there you were. lol Anyhow, good commercial and you carry it off great. Love you, Jeff and Zoila and never miss a show. Kinda wish they'd bring back Flipping Out though. Keep on rappin' girl.