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Picker Sisters

"Picker Sisters" review by Suzanne
Tuesdays at 10 pm/ 9c on Lifetime

This is for people who like to renovate or design houses or find bargains.  These two friends, Tracy and Tanya, have started a design shop business. They travel around the country to find scraps and junk. They take it back to L.A. and spruce it up, then they sell it in their shop for people to use in their houses or whatever.

The two ladies are very pretty and enthusiastic, and they seem to be very good at bargaining and finding stuff. It is very interesting. I don't do any sort of home-repair or do-it-yourself or design thing, so this was all new to me. I'm sure that if you are into this sort of thing, you will find it even more interesting than I did.

Along the way, they find interesting characters to bargain with or to get information from. Then you get to see what they do with the "junk" they bring back. They also argue with their cute contractor, Alan, who ends up helping them quite a lot in fixing the stuff up.  Check it out!

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