HGTV is a great place to go for all the house hunting tips and decorating tricks you need. With seventeen seasons, they’ve had all types of couples find their dream homes. There are always ways for them to surprise their fans. The show narrated by Andromeda Dunke follows couples and families as they learn what to look for in a home. There’s always drama and fun when couples disagree about the type of home they want.
Now, they’re premiering an episode of House Hunters that features their first throuple. The episode is titled, “Three’s Not a Crowd in Colorado Springs.” The relationship includes Brian, Lori, and Geli. Brian and Lori have two children and a healthy, happy marriage.
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HGTV Features Colorado Family And They Need More Room
The HGTV house hunters have a list of requirements including a huge bathroom and a three car garage. They are actively looking for something to work with their dynamic. According to People Lori made the comment about a house, because it was too small. She said, “this is a couple’s kitchen, not a throuple’s kitchen.”
The married portion of the relationship met Geli in a bar and couldn’t let her go. They later had a commitment ceremony with the three of them in Aruba. According to USA Today they knew the hunt would be more difficult as they tried to make them all three happy. Brian said he knew this could be a possibility I understood from day one, even when we were dating, that Lori was bisexual.” He went on to say they evolved to accept a third person into their relationship.
“I didn’t plan on being with a married couple, but it just happened very naturally, organically,” Geli said about the relationship.
Did They Find Their Dream Home?
The throuple did find the perfect home in the end. They ended up choosing a mountain home a little out of their price range. The surrounding views won them over. The episode has brought a lot of love from fans. A study found four to five percent of people in the US are involved in a poly relationship according to USA Today. One Twitter user said, “HGTV really might be the most progressive show on TV.”
Another said, “literally perfect television.” A spokesperson for HGTV said about the shows, “we feature all homebuyers and living choices.” Fans hope a new trend will be set, because of this inclusive episode. Maybe the trend can bleed over into other television networks and programming moving forward.