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Sammie Jo
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Dec 2 2012, 11:48 AM
Why would Nick be empathetic to Sharon for burning down his childhood home?

Because the damn thing needed to be torched years ago. It was so frumpy! The sofa had been there since god knows when and we all know sofas usually last about ten years before it starts to sag.
Gosh, those so call rich people didn't even a have a modern contemporary home. One look at Avery's apartment and one can tell someone with style. I am surprised Patty didn't torched the damn place years ago - because I wanted her to do it.

Adam didn't care.
And why would he? He never grew up there. Adam was always treated as an outsider and he will always be treated that. So why should he care?
Torched as a decorating tool? Isn't it simpler just to call in a decorator?
I agree they needed to redo that set 10 years ago, but torching it for decorating purposes is a bit extreme.
Most rich people like traditional homes filled with antiques, ever watched million $$$ homes? Very few are modern.
Look at the Hamptons, beach "cottages" they are all done in antiques and traditional style.
Expensive sofas don't sag, my sofa is 17 years old and it's just now starting to sag, I wish it had started sooner, I'm sick to death of it. lol
I really don't see the ranch going modern in decor, I'll be shocked if they do.
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