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March 8, 2012

'Queen of Mean' Jeff Lewis' New Show Is "Interior Therapy With Jeff Lewis"

The Queen of Mean herself, Jeff Lewis has a new Bravo show called Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis. According to bravotv.com:

Bravo's Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis follows Jeff Lewis and Jenni Pulos as they move into someone else's home and Jeff does what he does best -- judge their flaws and redesign their space.

His trusted assistant Pulos, and his loyal housekeeper, Zoila Chavez, are along for the ride to make sure he doesn't go too far over the line.


This time, Lewis is not just redesigning a space; he's redesigning people's lives.

Jeff Lewis will be redesigning lives? That I gotta see. I love Zoila Chavez, and I love the would-be rapper Jenni Pulos, so I’ll watch this new show, because they make Jeff Lewis somewhat human. Maybe Jeff will learn something about empathy and sympathy, when he’s living in other people’s homes. I wonder if the manipulative boyfriend, Gage Edward, will be involved.

I’ve never written about Jeff Lewis and Flipping Out, and I watched all 5 seasons of it. Jeff Lewis and his small business was a lawsuit waiting to happen. Federal and state labor laws related to sexual harassment, salary, overtime, and a hostile work environment , and the like were ignored in Jeff’s home office. Jeff Lewis is a good interior designer, while his people skills, and business management experience, is non-existent. That conflict provided the drama on Flipping Out , and I’m sure Jeff’s OCD and lack of empathy will provide more drama and giggles on Interior Therapy. It premiers on Bravo Wednesday March, 14th 2012.

I’ll be watching - will you?



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