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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

My Million Dollar Decorators recap


My weekly recap of Million Dollar Decorators is up over at Curbed National!

11 comments:

Julia said...

You are SO funny, Raina. Thank you. I don't know how you come up with such brilliance so quickly.

Kim said...

I live for these!

Modern Country Lady said...

Thanks for this hilarious report, Raina.
Have a great rest of the week!

The Fine Life said...

Raina, I just started watching MDD - Bad designer! - and although I'm only two episodes in, I find your recaps to be hilarious. They will be my weekly after party from now on. Great work!

The Fine Life said...

After thought: Martyn used to be on Twiiter, because he followed me. I took a quick look and saw that his account has been deleted. He seems to have dropped it right before the show started. This cached page, http://twitter.com/#!/MartynBullard/favorites, clashes with his t-shirt!

Karena said...

I love the recaps Raina! The show is really a hoot and as always you call it like it is!

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Karena
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Raina Cox said...

Julia - Before each episode, I down a Red Bull Super Snark Edition (available at your finer bodegas).

The Fine Life - Maybe the Twitter was having a hiccup because he's still on @MartynBullard. He tweeted a "thank you" for a Curbed article I did and I nearly passed out with happiness.

La Maison Boheme said...

These are the times when I WISH I had cable television!

David said...

Ross trys to keep Hungry Cat on time and on budget and what does he get? Asshole JAM.

Which just made it all the more satisfying when the cater waiter politely declined his lame offer.

David said...

Ooh, I forgot. Were you as underwhelmed as I was with Nathan's sale on OKL today?

Raina Cox said...

David - I'm not Ross's biggest fan but he does deserve to be treated MUCH BETTER by Jeffrey.

The big Nathan Turner sale was in April: https://www.onekingslane.com/brands/nathan-turner/

I think today's sale was the leftovers that didn't sell.