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House Rules' 'cheating scandal' hardly hits home but does boost couple's villainy

House Rules' 'cheating scandal' hardly hits home but does boost couple's villainy



2018-05-17T01:30:01+0000

For a show dependent on scandal to lift ratings, the "cheating" that occurs on Wednesday night's episode hardly qualifies. But for those already watching House Rules, it just makes you dislike competitors Leigh and Kristie even more.

For a show dependent on scandal to lift ratings, this hardly qualifies. But for those already watching, it just makes you dislike Leigh and Kristie even more.



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