'House Hunters: Comedians on Couches': Whitney Cummings left in splits as buyer asks for 'modern rustic' house

Colby wanted a perfect party pad for himself which was 'modern rustic' in nature and no one really understood what he meant by that, not even his real estate agent


                            'House Hunters: Comedians on Couches': Whitney Cummings left in splits as buyer asks for 'modern rustic' house
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HGTV's 'House Hunters: Comedians on Couches' returned with two back to back episodes on Tuesday night. Dan Levy and Natasha Leggero were joined by their fellow comedian friend Whitney Cummings for a watch party of the first of the two episodes titled 'Party Central In Waco'.

The episode featured two friends, Colby and Jonathan, looking for a house in Waco, Texas. Colby was the one who was looking to own a house and Jonathan was not about to shell a single dollar for it. Why was he still accompanying Colby in his house-hunting journey then? It was because Jonathan and Colby were about to become more than friends. They were about to turn their friendship into a relationship. Before anyone starts jumping to conclusions here, they were about to enter into a landlord and tenant agreement. Jonathan was about to move into Colby's new house with his girlfriend and he wanted to make sure that Colby's new house suits his needs as well. 

Colby wanted a perfect party pad suited to his bachelor lifestyle but at the same time wanted certain characteristics from his childhood home in his future house. He wanted an exposed brick exterior and desired a patio where he could put out a pool table among other things to entertain his friends/guests. The comedians had a jolly good time laughing at this demand. Dan Levy even said that none of the people on the show look like they could have any friends but still speak about wanting to entertain guests. Colby also wanted a "rustic modern" house and no one really understood what he meant by it, not even his real estate agent. Cummings took this moment to joke that it just like someone asking to date a 21-year-old but with an old soul. The comedians also poked fun at the agent saying he looks like his mom just dropped him off on the job.

Jonathan's wish list included hardwood floors, a porch, swings, a higher shower, an en-suite bathroom amongst other things. The comedians had a ball, fixating and making fun of the fact that Jonathan had too much of a say in the house hunting journey even though he was not paying for any of it. 

Watch the rerun of this episode at 1:00 am ET on June 17 only on HGTV. The episode is also available to view on the HGTV website. 

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