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Definitely no shade from the Unsellable Houses twins when it comes to Netflix’s Selling Sunset. The HGTV real estate duo loves the show and shared why it is their happy binge.

“We both love that one!” Leslie Davis exclaimed to Showbiz Cheat Sheet during an interview with her sister, Lyndsay Lamb. “We agree on that one!” Davis and Lamb said they usually can’t agree on the same TV show but are in total sync when it comes to Selling Sunset.

‘Unsellable Houses’ twins love ‘Selling Sunset’

The real estate and home renovation experts have a different opinion than other real estate reality stars about Selling Sunset. Several Million Dollar Listing cast members massively shaded the series, but Lamb and Davis love it.

“It’s good drama,” Davis said. Lamb added that it’s simply good TV.

Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis from 'Unsellable Houses' stage a room. The 'Selling Sunset' cast at an event on the red carpet.
Unsellable Houses and Selling Sunset | HGTV/Rich Fury/Getty Images

Davis joked, “If I could do an open house with Botox and burgers I would. I would attend it.”

“Or, this year caviar and couture,” Lamb added.

“We could never pull that off, we would have like hotdogs and soccer balls,” Davis joked. “It would never fly.” Or, “Hotdogs and band-aids!”

‘Million Dollar Listing’ brokers aren’t as nice about ‘Selling Sunset’

With the exception of a few brokers, Million Dollar Listing agents, especially those working in the Los Angeles market have joked that the agents on the show are fake. “I have never seen any of those people in real life, except for the boys,” Josh Flagg said on Watch What Happens Live in 2020, referring to Jason and Brett Oppenheim. “I’ve never seen one of those people. At any listings.” 

Tracy Tutor added, “I will say that I’ve not met them yet at a listing that I’ve ever been to. Or an open house or anything of that manner. To me, it’s like a totally different animal. And I will get crushed for this, so I have to walk a very fine line.”

“I will say this, the boys [the Oppenheim brothers] are great,” Tutor added. “They’re super successful. And rightfully so. The women on the show are beautiful, engaging in their show. And I wish them the best of success.” She then winked at the camera.

Tutor later referred to the Selling Sunset agents as “candy for Netflix” on the Dear Reality, You’re Effed podcast. “They have beautiful women working for them, which obviously was, you know, like candy for Netflix,” she continued. “I’m not going to say that they don’t sell real estate. But if you were like, let’s pick some great women in real estate in Los Angeles that are doing business and successful, not even necessarily at the top of the game, but who are doing business. You would not point out the women that are on that show.”

‘Selling Sunset’ may be the only show the ‘Unsellable Houses’ twins can agree on

Selling Sunset may be the only show the Unsellable Houses twins can watch together. “Totally opposite,” they both exclaimed simultaneously.

“I am all about the feel good … and comedy,” Davis described. “I like happy endings. And tune out …” Lamb said her sister spends the first 30 minutes of the show predicting how it will end. Davis added, “I am either folding laundry or playing a game on my phone while I’m watching a show.”


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Lamb, of course, is the complete opposite of Davis. “I love dark mysteries,” Lamb said. Davis pointed at her sister, “Really gritty stuff. Scary,” she added and made a face.

“Really gritty shows,” Lamb said looking delighted. “Or just old school war movies. I know, so different.”

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