A man in the arid touches blaze to a coil aisle of gasoline, and as blaze whips beyond a accursed amplitude of earth, advancing alarmingly abutting to his anchored monster truck, he leans back, extends his accessible accoutrements to the sky, and calls out, “I am all that is man!”
Moments earlier, we accept apparent a asleep cockroach lying boots up on a application of white carpet, afflictive the acute case of a woman.
Who are these gendered stereotypes of yesteryear, the muscle-bound airhead and the calmly abashed screamer? They are Man and Woman, irreducible and impervious to the political or animal fashions of an era. Or, as HGTV calls the two behindhand of the binary: They are Accepted Architect and Designer, and this authentic brace accept appear to Las Vegas to accomplish a quick blade by flipping foreclosures.
Bristol and Aubrey Marunde are the stars of Flip or Bomb Vegas, and they accept brought the HGTV blueprint — an amaranthine bend of television in which the dreams of women are fabricated apparent by the accepted sledgehammers of men — to the agitation bend of reductio ad absurdum. They adulation one another; they never quarrel; they adoration calm at the Abbey of Home Depot in the Parish of Lowe’s.
HGTV was the third-most-popular arrangement on cable television in 2016, a 24/7 attestation to the admiral of Target chic, the open-plan kitchen, and amusing conservatism. It unspools with the aforementioned banal animation as Leave It to Beaver, and its affection is in the aforementioned place. Abounding admirers — in red states and dejected cities, in rent-controlled flat apartments and 6,000-square-foot McMansions — acknowledge it’s a bedtime ritual, commencement to a night spent absent of ceramic-tile backsplashes and double-sink vanities. Over the accomplished two years, it has become such a ratings and announcement awareness that it is abundantly amenable for the contempo sale, this summer, of its ancestor company, Scripps Networks Interactive, to Discovery Communications for $11.9 billion.
HGTV depends on the dream that has been with us aback the saltboxes of New England and the Spanish bungalows of Southern California and the Leisuramas of Montauk: that if you can aloof get the appropriate abode — the one that looks like your friends’ houses look, alone a little bit bigger — your ancestors will cascade into it, like blubbery chrism into a pitcher: smooth, fluid, pleasing. Who could get a annulment in a abode with so abounding abundant towels formed up in the adept bathroom? Who could accession a bad-tempered boyhood aback there is a “great room” breadth the ancestors can accumulate for nachos and football on the big screen?
We are declared to be in adjust from our accommodation affair of ten years ago, the one that about bankrupted the country. We are declared to be in a accompaniment of contrition. But our civic adulation of HGTV suggests that the dream won’t die. The afraid it addresses is impervious to bazaar corrections, or claimed banking realities, and as economists abide to analyze the authentic causes of the 2008 banking crisis, they are alpha to doubtable that some abstract Americans acting on that afraid got us into that blend as abundant as — or added than — arrant bankers or Bank Street. In fact, the arrangement may now be appetizing its millions of admirers to dip their toes aback into the best alarming amnion of the accomplished crisis: flipping.
HGTV came on the air in 1994, not to the trumpet bang of aplomb associated with a approaching billion-dollar cast but to a little kazoo cheep of uncertainty. The shows were homey, centered on thrift, and they generally starred bounded celebrities authoritative crafts or accessory abode repairs. A nice adult from Minnesota accomplished admirers how to adorn cheaply on Decorating Cents. (Why not spray-paint some cottony flowers and again glue-gun them to your ablution wall?) The hosts of Room by Room might allure their acquaintance Bob — “from Bob and Pete’s Floors” — to explain how to accept commodity affordable and adorable for the kitchen floor.
But it was in 1999 that the arrangement activate its admirers with a new appearance called House Hunters, of which there are now an alarming 1,772 episodes. This wasn’t about bodies dicking about with their bathrooms or ambivalent over a few anxiety of attic tile. This was about activity all the way. This was about affairs a house. The aboriginal few seasons were heavily afflicted by hit shows on addition network, TLC, where A Wedding Story and A Babyish Story had activate a ample audience, composed mostly of adolescent women, who were acquisitive to watch 30-minute documentaries about couples authoritative huge accomplish in their lives. HGTV exhausted them to the bite with a appearance about the abutting footfall in a dream couple’s life.
The aboriginal episodes are absolute altered from what the appearance has become; they were abounding of the pitfalls of affairs a abode for the aboriginal time. One brace had to adjournment the action for a year so that they could advance their credit; they anniversary cashed out money from their retirement funds. The bedmate said, “It’s a alarming decision. It’s the best big-ticket affair and the better acquirement we’re gonna make.” (As admirers afterwards abstruse about the series, all of this was a annual — you can’t be on the appearance unless you’ve already bankrupt on a abode — but no one’s adorable for the Meisner address on absoluteness television, and they awash it able-bodied enough.)
The houses in the couple’s bulk ambit were broadcast with the affirmation of animal activity and added $.25 of nastiness. “That could be a pet stain,” the real-estate abettor says nonjudgmentally as the brace attending glumly at a atom on the dining-room floor, “or coulda been a bulb there.” A abode with a babyish kitchen and aged cupboards is out, the host tells us, because “money is tight, and this ancestors would rather adopt to put all of their money against a bottomward acquittal instead of renovation.” It was like what affairs a abode is actually like, but it was additionally affectionate of a bummer. On A Wedding Story, you got a admirable dress and a abbey abounding of flowers; on House Hunters, you got pet stains and problems with your credit. Anon enough, that all changed.
Today, House Hunters, like all HGTV shows, follows a blueprint as adamant as the Latin Mass. You accommodated the buyers (usually a couple), apprentice breadth they alive and what their annual is, and watch as they alarm marriage-busting differences of assessment in a way that makes them attending like they’re allotment what to watch on Netflix. He’s the abettor who wants to alive abutting to work; she’s an calm mom who wants to alive in a abroad suburb. She’s a spender; he’s a saver. What they charge is a post-nup; what they get is an big-ticket abode an hour from his job, because HGTV women tend to win these quarrels, although he will usually get some acknowledgment — a north-facing patio so he won’t diaphoresis like a dog aback he’s out grilling; a three-car garage. By the time we bid them farewell, they’re in the abundant room, sipping white wine from giant, reality-TV wineglasses and purring like kittens.
The appearance has abounding spinoffs, such as House Hunters International, which care to be alleged “God Bless the USA.” On an adventure alleged “Oh No Okinawa” an American aggressive brace who appetite a big kitchen and a appearance of the ocean get neither, while their blue boyish son looks at his babyish Japanese bedchamber and talks wistfully about missing his chief year aback home. There’s Tiny Abode Hunters (about tiny houses, not tiny hunters), Beachfront Bargain Hunt, Lakefront Bargain Hunt, Abode Hunters Off the Grid — for aback HGTV finds a acknowledged show, it turns it into a brand and the admirers appropriately follows along. The shows don’t actually accept hosts; there’s a narrator and sometimes a real-estate abettor — but for the best allotment it’s the buyers and the houses who are the stars.
But aloof as the balmy analeptic of Decorating Cents made way for the Adderall of House Hunters, so did the closing adapt eyewitness and arrangement for the speedball of flipping, which is now the bulk of the network’s best acknowledged shows and which may be the best alarming allotment of a civic attraction that has acquired us all abundant affliction in the accomplished and possibly alike spurred that all-around banking crisis. It all began with Property Brothers.
Jonathan and Drew Scott are a brace of metrosexual, gaga-handsome, Canadian identical-twin brothers whose aboriginal quests for acclaim were unsuccessful, conceivably attributable to the abatement of evil-twin narratives in daytime television. They had both capital to be actors, but no luck. Drew spent $100,000 aggravating to breach into the acting world. Jonathan capital to be a archimage with a big, David Copperfield blazon of appearance until addition blanket all his backdrop and he had to book for bankruptcy. In 2004, they opened a real-estate-services aggregation — Jonathan had become a accepted architect and Drew a real-estate agent — to abutment them in their pursuits. While the aggregation was successful, the ball affair never panned out. And then, as in one of those career seminars in which you are encouraged to address bottomward all of your strengths and amalgamate them into one ideal job, the break: They would use their abilities allotment and renovating houses and their cheerful, apish acting abilities to brilliant in a reality-television show. It was an absolute hit and has had several iterations, but it has now acclimatized on a format: The twins appearance the buyers the abode of their dreams and again acquaint them it’s way over their budget. They actuate them to accept a so-so house, and again Drew — whose assignment consists alone of a day active the buyers to backdrop — lounges about in his flat-front trousers and angular ties authoritative such backbiting comments about his brother’s grunty concrete activity that they accept added like a brace than twins.
On a contempo episode, all of the players delivered their curve with dinner-theater enthusiasm. A fed-up alive mom looked up from her awkward home appointment — actually aloof a bend of the dining-room table — and demanded, “We charge the brothers to acquisition our dream home now.”
Her husband, an calm ancestor and affected to the whims that can accompany that calling, announces that he wants “all top-of-the-line appliances.”
The twins acquaint the brace that they can’t allow what they actually want, and the brace pretend to aberration out. They say they’re afflictive about accepting to accomplish renovations, so Drew scares them with adorned allocution about finance. “What’s worse: accepting your easily bedraggled with a fixer-upper or accepting to overleverage and get angry up in a mortgage for a hundred years?”
With the anticipation of a aeon of mortgage payments to actuate them, the brace go for the renovation. Anyone who has watched HGTV for added than a anniversary knows what this will involve, because all of the makeovers on all of the shows are the same: draft out the walls about the kitchen so you can see the big awning from the centermost island; put some ample appliance in the active allowance so that it looks grand; install balk floors or coat that looks like hardwood; dress up the bathrooms with bowl asphalt and applicant showers; run some sod in the backyard and add some plants; and again bound blur the accomplished affair afore the blossoms abatement off $800 annual of annuals. The brace and their two sons adulation it.
The Acreage Brothers don’t cast houses; they acclimate for alone clients. But admirers activate that they admired watching the action of a butt-ugly abode accepting adapted into an open-plan showplace. Soon, a new HGTV brand was born: shows about affiliated couples (he’s a contractor, she’s a designer) who buy and cast houses together. A aureate blueprint was at hand. Created to attempt with A Wedding Story and A Babyish Story, HGTV has consistently had its roots in a quiet amusing conservatism, a apple breadth houses are containers for families and breadth the centermost of a ancestors is a marriage. Moreover, it cannot be denied that the contempo HGTV apology on South Park had an apt title: “White Bodies Renovating Houses.” Once the arrangement started putting a affiliated brace with brilliant ability on a appearance — and featuring not aloof the houses they were flipping but additionally their own homes and their accouchement and blessed moments from their circadian lives — it jump-started the ratings band that has fabricated it so successful.
The advance began with Christina and Tarek El Moussa, stars of Flip or Flop. A brace of blandly adorable Orange County real-estate agents, they had taken a ablution during the Abundant Recession and had to abbreviate from a McMansion to a babyish apartment. Afterwards the accommodation bust, Orange County had one of the accomplished numbers of foreclosures in the country, which fabricated activity as a agent there abnormally grim. But a few years passed, and that huge annual of abandoned, hardly anachronous houses began to present a business opportunity. The brace absitively to become speculators, affairs some of the houses on the cheap, tarting them up (the aforementioned open-plan kitchen/luxurious bathrooms as The Acreage Brothers, but with an OC bent: bargain surfaces that attending able and high-end).
Tarek is generally afraid about a property’s condition, but Christina knows what to do. She was built-in and aloft in the OC and understands what buyers want. She’ll acclaim a babyish Anaheim bungalow for actuality “mid-century modern” (the new real-estate appellation for every rattrap congenital afterwards 1945) and again dress it up with bargain chandeliers, marble floors, agleam white cabinets, and abrupt blush schemes in the black-white-silver palette. With her French manicure, straight-ironed albino hair, amazing figure, and alertness to accomplish acid remarks, she was built-in for absoluteness television. Tarek’s job is to accumulate the apprentice on task; as with all of the host husbands, he’s a bit of a extra to abundant of the process, which is the botheration with the allegedly acceptable unions the arrangement promotes: The women tend to be abundant smarter and added able than the men.
The brace anon became aspirational-lifestyle celebrities, and their alliance and ancestors activity were consistently featured in People magazine and on morning television. Yet while Christina seemed to become added assured on anniversary episode, Tarek generally appeared wan and anxious. In 2013, a eyewitness wrote that a agglomeration on his abutting looked suspicious, and it angry out to be thyroid cancer. A ages afterwards alpha treatment, he abstruse he additionally had testicular cancer. He had to get anaplasty for “multiple herniated discs” in the average of filming an adventure in which he had winced in affliction every time he’d approved to lift something; sitting in an orthopedic chair, he alleged Christina to acclaim her for administration aggregate on her own — but she acutely had it all beneath control. Aftermost fall, the apple abstruse that their off-camera home activity was a bit of a flop. Afterwards months of abstruse trouble, badge rushed to their abode afterwards accepting a alarm about a “possibly baleful macho with a gun.” Tarek had run to the hiking trails abreast their abode with a loaded gun, and it took 11 cops and a helicopter to locate him, and get him to bead the weapon. He’s aback been affiliated in the tabloids to their above nanny.
The brace are divorcing. They are, amazingly enough, additionally continuing to blur a new season, but admirers who adulation the appearance accept affluence of added affiliated flippers to abatement in adulation with: There are now Flip or Flops set in Atlanta, Fort Worth, and Chicago.
But if you appetite a stable, ardent affiliated brace to fix your dreams to, the abode to attending is far abroad from any of these big cities. You charge to go to Waco, Texas, breadth Joanna and Chip Gaines — stars of Fixer Upper — are creating not aloof a hit appearance but a home-remodeling authority of their own.
To alarm Chip and Joanna Gaines telegenic is an understatement. He’s a sunny, redheaded country boy who evinces no absorption in adorned learnin’ but has a affection of gold. On one episode, he disconnected his time amid adjustment a abode and advancing for his flight on an F-16; the Air Force had alleged him as one of its Hometown Heroes, “ ’cause I adapted a agglomeration of houses for some families who were really, you know, in charge of a alleviative at that time in their lives.” The explanation of his accessible business book, Capital Gaines, is “Smart Things I Abstruse Doing Brainless Stuff.” She is his adherent opposite: thoughtful, artistic, and acute to beauty. She has continued atramentous hair, an egg-shaped face, and an olive complexion, facts that — accumulated with her Texan emphasis and affection for the acreage — advance abounding admirers to accept that she is Native American and that endemic is some array of Ur-Texan pairing. In fact, she is half-Korean and a division Lebanese. They are Evangelical Christians, and she has announced generally about the emphasis of their alliance and the axial role Chip plays in her life. That said, he is commodity of a Lucy to her Ricky, and — like all HGTV wives — you can see her bitter her lip in quiet annoyance aback she’s aggravating to get important assignment done and he’s yukking it up.
On Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna advice home buyers on bound budgets get the best out of their investments by allotment “the affliction abode in the best neighborhood.” That’s an old real-estate canard that has continued been dismissed, but no bulk — aback Joanna starts anecdotic all the admirable things she can do to it, thoughts about resale bulk cook abroad into dreams of sliding barn doors, over-tufted sofas, and anew congenital “mud rooms” breadth the kids can backing their backpacks and soccer gear. Once the buyers accept alleged their new house, they’re aerated abroad and the assignment begins.
It is as admitting Chip has spent all of Act One in a agitation affliction of self-control, but at aftermost he is free. He grabs a sledgehammer and, with Joanna’s permission, starts bashing abroad at the aboriginal bank she has apparent for destruction. SLAM! CRASH! BANG! Chip is assuredly in concert with his authentic nature. This banging abroad at walls is the centerpiece of every HGTV appearance that involves advance — as do all of its best accepted programs — and there is commodity greatly acceptable about it, alike admitting it’s a absurd way to go about the task. Demography out a distinct bank aback you appetite to leave the blow of a allowance complete involves anxiously acid the drywall, affliction it off, and again demography bottomward the framing abaft it. But the adventuresome bashing makes for acceptable television, and it dramatizes the arresting architecture acute of HGTV: Whether you alive in Burbank or Barcelona, you actually charge accept an accessible kitchen.
While Chip knocks bottomward the walls, Joanna paints the new apartment in a adorable ablaze color, usually in a adult palette that is based on a aggregate of gray and biscuit sometimes alleged “greige.” Her appearance owes abundant to the aerial acceptable aftertaste that Martha Stewart fabricated accessible to the masses. Martha is acceptable about the continued ability of her shadow, although this summer she beatific out a credit-taking tweet: “I cannot accept that ‘greige’ is trending as a acrylic color! All my homes are based on grey/beige.”
Joanna has admirable white cabinets installed in the kitchen and recessed lighting that illuminates them like saints in their niches. There will be afar of countertops and dark-wood floors for a adverse to all the white. Sometime during the process, the Gaineses’ carpenter acquaintance Clint may appearance up to get a abrupt on some copse affection Joanna has designed, and he will affably amble off to assassinate her desires. Generally the cameras accord us quick glimpses of apprentice who activity abroad beneath Chip’s direction, all of these men — laborers, artisans, foreman, bedmate — authoritative apparent a woman’s burdensome vision.
The night afore the reveal, Joanna is in a swivet of type-A concentration. She has brought admirable flowers captivated in amber cardboard and angry with raffia, and she arranges them in a apart bouquet; she sets the table with appealing napkins and plates; she rolls duke towels and puts them in a bassinet in the bedfellow bath. And again the new owners arrive.
They swoon, they moan, they marvel. They are like game-show winners, and their acknowledgment to Chip and Joanna makes it accept like the Gaineses are their acceptable benefactors, not — if the apriorism of the appearance is to be believed — tradespeople whom they accept paid to do a job. Nothing makes the buyers lose their accord like the kitchen. How admirable it is, how beauteous to see it compared with “before” pictures. Nothing bad could appear to a ancestors who has a kitchen like that. It’s too pretty, too calming, too clean. It’s too abounding of Chip and Joanna’s beaming acceptable acclamation and their authentic compassionate of what anniversary ancestors best wants: “You had said you capital a abode for Caleb to do his appointment while you’re authoritative banquet — so we’ve congenital in this board abutting to the island.”
Caleb’s not activity to do his appointment at that brainless desk; on some level, we all apperceive that. But the dream of a boy sitting appropriately in his mother’s kitchen, bushing out his worksheets while she sips a big balloon bottle of algid Chardonnay and cooks — what? Quickie quesadillas? Three-step lasagna? — In her fantastically overbuilt kitchen is a able one, and for a few blessed Act Three minutes, we dream that little dream, too.
The aboriginal thing counselors acquaint sex addicts is to stop watching porn, and we actually shouldn’t be watching this abundant HGTV during our rehab. Although it’s a abatement experience, it is additionally a advocate of abysmal animosity of depression about one’s active arrangements, which began to hit me adamantine about anniversary two. Why accept I accustomed my attic “bonus room” to abide covered in the exact blazon of carpeting carpeting that repulses Joanna Gaines, Christina El Moussa, and both Acreage Brothers? And what abortion of appearance is appear by my closed-plan kitchen? HGTV makes big, expensive, time-consuming remodels attending like two weeks’ assignment and a bashful bulk of money able-bodied spent. Moreover, it links these changes so definitively to claimed and ancestors beatitude that you activate to admiration what, exactly, is amiss with you that you haven’t fabricated some of them. The depression gnaws as the addiction to the programming grows, and you accept to brainstorm abounding admirers acquisition themselves absorbed to do absurd things like booty out added mortgages so that they can bang out a few walls and get a little of what Chip and Joanna accept to have. Added troublingly, we additionally accept to admiration how abounding may be aggressive to anticipate that they, too, accept what it takes to cast houses.
A recent, awkward alive cardboard appear by the Civic Bureau of Economic Research appear on the blaze of the aftermost conflagration: the civic faculty that accommodation prices were activity up every day and that there was no way that a buyer’s ability could beat his grasp. It’s authentic that bankers fabricated loans to Americans berserk amateur for them — but the angle that buyers on the lower end of acclaim administration began to absence in aberrant numbers isn’t accurate. In fact, the amount of absence in the subprime bazaar throughout the balloon and the apprehension remained abiding compared with afore the crisis. It was buyers from the top and average top who annual for the skyrocketing amount of absence — and it wasn’t that they were affairs bigger ancestors homes that they couldn’t afford. It was that they were affairs added houses to cast for a profit, and aback captivation on to them chock-full authoritative banking sense, and with no claimed and affecting affiliation to them, they began walking abroad in huge numbers.
And yet … the flippers on HGTV accomplish it attending so simple, so fun. At the end of anniversary episode, they run the numbers and appearance how abundant the blessed couples accept pocketed. What could the arrangement be agilely affective its admirers to do? With our real-estate-loving admiral — who has Property Brothers programmed into the TiVo on Air Force One and who is acquisitive to do abroad with regulations, which are one of the armament declared to assure us from addition apprehension — we could be in the aboriginal stages of addition crisis. Our aggregate fate could be abundantly in the easily of … Christina and Tarek El Moussa and about abounding bodies they affect to aces up a abode at a foreclosure sale. Which is why Flip or Bomb Vegas may be the best HGTV appearance yet, as it unfolds in the abode breadth slots are apart and the casinos never abutting — the best accustomed abode for this affectionate of programming, and, as it happens, one of the worst-hit areas in the aftermost banking crisis.
Out in the desert heat of Las Vegas, Aubrey and Bristol application affably away. She has articulate fry, a beautiful wardrobe, and a real-estate license. He’s not aloof a accepted contractor; he’s additionally an MMA fighter. They accompany the HGTV bond of acute woman–dumb man to the extreme accessible reach.
On a adumbrative episode, they access at a abandoned abode they ability buy, but they haven’t acquired the lockbox code, so there’s no way to get inside. Bristol suggests blame in the advanced door. “No,” Aubrey explains to him patiently, “ ’cause we haven’t bought it.” Again he suggests shimmying beneath the barn door, which has been larboard hardly open, but his ass gets stuck. “Give me a little help,” he cries, and she pushes him through. They airing through the house, and she dreams up some affairs for it. “How are you gonna fit an island and a dining-room table in this tiny little kitchen? I aloof don’t see it,” he says. “Watch and learn,” she tells him.
Together they go on to actualize commodity I’d never apparent afore on HGTV: a fantastically animal house. Afore they addled the property, it was a modest, alike adorable Spanish-style amplitude abode with a red-tile roof. Yet it aggressive Aubrey to transform it into a appearance she calls “glam farmhouse.” The absolute byword was so astonishing and awe-inspiring that I championed it anon and saw in this brace the achievability of breaking bottomward some of the adamant conventions that bind HGTV’s designs. Indeed, the accomplished abode is a bout de force.
The autogenous is composed of a abominable blush scheme: backwoods green, ablaze white, and aphotic brown. The white copse ceilings were “farmhouse,” and the Vegas accents were “glam”: gold and white bedside lamps, an absurd white abandoned rug, emphasis pillows in hot orange and white marabou, a chrome coffee table. “Buyers in Las Vegas are savvy,” Aubrey explains confidently. “They’re absolute sophisticated.” The living-room credenza is glam, and it’s topped with alpine lamps composed of rustic board bases (farmhouse), but the shades are automated mesh. There’s not a moment of wit anywhere, alike admitting the mural architecture belongs in a Tim Burton movie. There are careful topiaries, unpainted cinder-block walls, a set of stepping-stones to nowhere, advanced areas covered in red case nuggets, and one ellipsoidal application of bright-green lawn. The aftereffect of all this work, Aubrey tells us, is a abode that’s “super-custom.” The fuzzy, neon Austin Powers pillows accomplish it “feel like a home.”
The absolute appearance is ’70s Porn Shoot. There’s no greige. There’s no appointment area. The accommodation don’t alike work. It turns out — go bulk — Bristol was right: To clasp amid the dining-room table and the centermost island to get out the French aperture requires gymnastic precision. But Aubrey is a acceptable appearance — determined, smart, and able to get abstracts at a amazing discount. “I ask to allocution to a administrator — you don’t anytime appetite to allocution to a sales rep — and ask for a discount,” she says. “Tell them about your project. Bodies actually appetite to help, they do.”
Bristol is no Chip Gaines — but he gets the job done. He’s not aggressive to producers assuming him as a fool. He has activate a abode for himself in the new economies of alliance and the accommodation market. In his silent, acquiescent way, he knows how to accomplish a woman happy.
And this day, at least, the tables are hot: They abridged $50,400 on their animal babyish and motor off appropriately in Bristol’s monster truck, in chase of the abutting game.
*This commodity appears in the September 18, 2017, affair of New York Magazine.
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