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Guest conniejoe

Starting this thread back up.

I enjoy this show so much. It's one of the most heartwarming shows on TV. I cry every time!

Don't know if tonight's show is new or a repeat. My cable guide doesn't state either way. But I'll watch it anyway (as long as the B/ball games are done).

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Tonight's is a repeat about the kid with brittle bone disease (OI), but it is a real tear jerker. I also cry every episode ... Paul warms my heart with his kindness!

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The crew of extreme makeover were just in my neck of the woods re-doing this mans house who lost his eye sight last year in this shooting at a radio shack. I didn't get a chance to swing by and take a look but I heard it came out great and it will air in a few months.

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This Week on Ellen

Monday, Mar. 21

Ellen surprises eight year-old cancer survivor Kassandra Okvath, whose amazing story was featured on

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:D I try and keep you guys informed. Lets face it, if we're not glued to the TV we're here. May as well give you all a heads up on when you need to be watching TV and when you need to come back here. :wink:
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Also, CJ does the "Daily Dish" in the Welcome Forum. Each day it lists all the new episodes of all the reality shows.

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Guest conniejoe

I'm w/ you, Slow! As I'm watching this, I don't believe I saw it the first time either. Wonder what I was doing that I missed it? That bugs me because I try to NEVER miss this show!

Anyway, I have my tissues too!!!

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And you can check it at mortys homepage. I think thats where CJ gets the listings.

Cappy - I get the reality TV listings from my digital cable directory. :D

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I was wondering if the producers plan for him to do that kind of 'schtick' to break up the seriousness from time to time.

I just wish they'd think of something else he could do to lighten it up.

(I know they pre-plan a lot of the cutsie stuff you see on Trading spaces and While You Were Out)

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Although Ty can be "over the top" sometimes, I must say that the hospital bullhorn bit was hilarious, and I would stack it up against many comedy routines.

It was his schtick (the loudness) that got him the role I think and he is the infusion of energy ... but I agree it can be grating unless in moderation ...

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Guest conniejoe

I love Ty! He's got a great personality and has a very creative mind. And his loudness doesn't bother me. I find it quite endearing.

Of course, I come from a large family of yellers. During family get-togethers, I've had the cops come to my house because of noise complaints from neighbors. They tell me to turn the music down and I tell them we're not playing any music. :shock:

I wouldn't be surprised if Ty was related to my family in some way. (He does look like one of my brothers!)

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  • 3 weeks later...

'Extreme Makeover' to build home for Piestewa family

ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," which built a new home for a deserving Gilbert family, will return to Arizona to honor the family of a fallen soldier.

Early Tuesday morning, show host delivered the good news in person to the family of the late Lori Piestewa in Tuba City, that the show would build them a new home in Flagstaff.

The premise of the show is a race against the clock. A team of designers, 100 construction specialists and even neighbors have seven days to completely renovate, or in this case, build an entire house plus exterior and landscaping.

"Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" built a 5,500-square-foot home for a Gilbert family in February 2005. And once again, local and family-owned Breuners Arizona was selected to provide $60,000 worth of furniture and accessories for the 4,300-square- foot Flagstaff home.

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