The Renovators – Has It Turned Into The Block?
The Renovators appears to have morphed into The Block with specific rooms needing to be completed, the contestants moving into the houses, and no eliminations this week.
Hopefully the auction sales will go better then they did on The Block…
But first what about Natalia’s breakdown at the end of the show after the inner city terrace had won the bedroom judgement.
She cried and said she had not won anything. “We keep on trying we just don’t fricking make it and it does my head in.” Didn’t her team win the outdoor furniture challenge in Brisbane last week.
I was on Jason’s side when he retorted back saying you have not had to face any elimination challenges so that means you are are a winner. Christie looked pissed at him.
Totally agree with him, they are the only team with three left and I am surprised Nathan who is doing it solo did not turn around and slap her. However now they have to move into their houses he must be glad he is a team of one.
Natalia’s whine was misplaced, but unfortunately for them they do have the hardest property to renovate.
Also Natalia and Christie were having a bitch about August for going to a coffee shop three hours before the end of a challenge.
It is a pity we don’t see more interaction between the teams, as there must be tension. Again there was a query to Luke about how he was going to live with Jason. Seriously if Jason J is that painful let us see more of him.
The inner city terrace won the challenge, with Robyn gushing about how surprising that hit was designed by men. Doesn’t she watch all the design shows on TV, including The Block most of the judges and designers are men.
I also love the way Robyn Holt cut the navy blue team some slack about their decorating style saying it sat well with the demographic they were targeting. Maybe she swallowed the Deborah Hutton bible of that all Blacktown residents are bogans. Hmm the suburban snobbery is Sydney is alive and well.
It will be interesting to see what the houses go for. Peter was saying he was wanting his house to go for $950,000. Ok it is three bedrooms and two bathrooms but it is very near the Princes Highway. However it is close to the new Ikea being built in Tempe.
In the anti-corporation ethos of the inner west ironically all anyone is talking about is the new Ikea opening, in a positive way. Issues discussed are if you can walk there, the swedish meatballs, the ball room and not having to go out to the mosh pit that is Rhodes.
The top three go into a reward challenge tonight, they were inner city terrace, half done house with Peter not at all thrilled that he is lumped with Sam, and Nathan from the sixties suburban.
Were you on team Natalia or team Jason?