Season 5 of Summer House is a little bit different from seasons past (and we're not just talking about newcomer Ciara Miller and the super chic new house.) In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the housemates weren't able to travel back and forth between New York City and the Hamptons throughout the summer of 2020. Instead, they stayed inside their Hamptons bubble for six weeks, experiencing life as full-time roommates for the first time. So, how did that 24/7 togetherness go?
When chatting with Cosmopolitan, Lindsay Hubbard broke down the rules that the gang put in place to make cohabitation as peaceful as possible. "You know, if you make a mess, clean it up," Lindsay told the mag. "If you see that the dishwasher is clean and needs to be emptied, clean it out. If the trash is overflowing, take it out."
The public relations pro added: "I think we attempted to establish chores. I don’t know if that ever actually happened. But I did a lot of cleaning. We couldn’t necessarily have a house cleaner because of COVID-19, so we did a lot of our own cooking and cleaning. I can tell you I cooked more than I ever have before. And I cleaned more than I’ve ever cleaned before."
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