Who caught the show last night?
It wasn't as cheesy as I thought it'd be. A rabbi who is a child of divorce vowed to help couples stay together when he grew up. So he now rides around in a Tahoe pulling what looked to me like about a 25' International CCD trailer equipped with a fairly big flat screen TV and the front set up kind of like a shrink's office. The rabbi sets up surveillence cams in the house of the people he's trying to help and observes the goings on for awhile, then brings them to his trailer/office for consultation. He seemed to help the couple on the show last night.
Inside the trailer has the black grainy looking bulkheads, futuristic looking overhead compartments, and the polished aluminum walls of the CCD line.
What I did think was cheesy was the blatant advertising they did. I can't fault Airstream; they probably sold them the trailer at a low price or maybe gave it to them and this was payback. But the camera fixated on the AIRSTREAM letters on the front of the trailer probably five or six times during the show. Kinda funny
Anyway, nice trailer and not a bad show.