You know what's awesome? House Hunters. Ever watch that show on HGTV? It's great. People with various budgets tour three houses trying find their dream home. They complain about countertops and the size of the master bedroom, but ultimately decide on the one that's right for them. It takes place in various cities around the US and is always an enjoyable way to kill a half hour.
You know what's not awesome? House Hunters: International. In this one, it's the same basic premise as House Hunters, only it takes place internationally. Meaning, of course, that it's full of a bunch of douchebags who are seeking the perfect summer villa in the south of France or are deciding to drop their lives in the hum-drum US and move to Bali, just to say they've done it. Seriously, I've seen the Bali episode. It made me want to vomit all over their tanned faces. The only decent episode of House Hunters: International that I've seen is one where it was an American couple looking for a place in Toronto, so for me it wasn't really international.
You know what trumps them both though? Property Virgins. This one is Canadian, and mostly takes place in the Toronto area, but sometimes ventures out to the States. My favourite part? When Sandy Rinomato asks them what neighbourhood they like, and they obviously ask people what their dream neighbourhood is. Then she takes them there, strolls around with them and then tells them there's no way in hell they'll ever be able to afford a place there. Awesome.