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Having learned the hard way that women just can't have perfect homes, kids, and jobs, we're offered a chance to escape our own impossible choices, and an opportunity to completely remodel someone else's.
None of us, it turns out, can decide if we want to be Laura Bush or Teresa Heinz Kerry, but are almost universally caught sitting on couches, looking expectant.
While appearing to be throwbacks to pre-feminist notions of domestic hierarchies—both shows feature a wife and mom switching place with another for a few days (and both assume that fathers' jobs are too important to fuss with)—they are, instead, the curious outgrowth of the post-feminist dilemma. has a zero-tolerance policy against ch*ld pornography.If you see anything illegal please type us to remove it [ TRADE TRAFFIC ] © 2002-2018 seem to roughly sort into "good mommies" (who shun materialism, cook, and tumble with their children) and "bad mommies" (shopaholics, neat freaks, too strict, and avoid their children).
The shallow Manhattan millionairess—Jodi Spolansky—from the premiere of cheerfully admits her top priority is "me-time." Her three small kids are tended by four nannies while she shops, works out, and lunches with friends.(One can't quite shake the feeling that if this were , the wives switch homes for a week then muddle along while the cameras roll.There's a ,000 prize doled out to each family, just so you know it's a reality show and not merely a visit to the most depressing neighbors you've ever met.is that while each allows us to gorge on our escape fantasies, the shows seek to achieve more than just a superficial makeover.