Gail and Lester Neal live in a large, beautiful home with their six-year-old daughter Callia. They have stuffed their house so full that the three of them live, play, and sleep in just one room. The rest of the space is being used to store boxes and boxes of Gail’s Tupperware collection. Lester remains hush about the whole thing to avoid...
Consumed returns for a second season with de-cluttering guru Jill Pollack who sets out to cure Canadian families of their clutter. Jill challenges families to an extreme home experiment – they must live in their home for two weeks with only essential items (i.e. a few personal items and 10 things to share). In season two, Jill identifies the family’s biggest clutter issue on day one. Then the family must clear out the entire home themselves. This technique forces the family to touch everything they own and literally get a “feel” for the problem. In the midst of the experiment, Jill confronts the family with their deeper emotional issues and challenges them to face “their stuff” in order to move forward. In the end, the goal is for each family to see their material possessions, homes, and each other in a completely different light. While Jill deals with the family’s emotional clutter, resident handyman, Darren Doyle, transforms the physical space in the house to be more functional.
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