Casting call for Enough Already! with Peter Walsh

I’m not one to usually pass along casting calls for television shows, but this one is so much fun I couldn’t resist. If you live in the Los Angeles area and want your home organized for FREE by Peter Walsh, check this out:

Enough Already! with Peter Walsh — a series for OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network — is looking for participants who are finally ready to say goodbye to chaos and clutter, and hello to an organized and healthy way of living.

APPLICANTS MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:

  1. Live within a 30 mile radius of the Los Angeles area.
  2. Available to participate for one week sometime between mid-April to late June 2011.

To be considered, please provide the following information.

Include:

  • Name
  • Contact information
  • City
  • Description of your clutter and situation (250 words or less)
  • Please email everything to: bigfishcasting@mac.com

All information is confidential and will only be shared with the program producers.

Like me, if you don’t live in the Los Angeles area, feel welcome to pass this information along to someone who does. Those of us in other parts of the country and world will just have to watch his organizing and uncluttering genius on season two.

9 Comments for “Casting call for Enough Already! with Peter Walsh”

  1. posted by Sidney on

    Oh, good lord, wish me luck.

    Even though I’m in Los Angeles, the hoarded house is in San Diego, two hours away.

    I figure it couldn’t hurt to try.

  2. posted by ElFish1 on

    Sidney, I follow your blog and if they DO pick you, I’m going to have to upgrade my cable service so I can see the show!

  3. posted by infmom on

    Oh cool. I applied. Our house is reasonably tidy, but oh, the junk we’ve got stored out back.

  4. posted by Sidney on

    Eh, I just got the thumbs down. But maybe once they expand their scope… Hope for the best!

  5. posted by JC on

    Too bad I’m a couple thousand miles away.

  6. posted by momof3 on

    oh good gravies, between this show, Clean Sweep and Clean House, how many houses can be left in the Los Angeles area that are messy? Simply a rhetorical question.

    Based on the opening line from the Hoarders show, there are something like 3 million hoarders in the world. (and how many live in the LA alone? again, rhetorical ?!!

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    posted by Erin Doland on

    @momof3 — If you watched any of the shows you just discussed, then you would know one of them hasn’t been on the air in years. And, the professional organizer in this post was on the show that was canceled. This is his new show. In my opinion, there is no net gain in shows like this.

  8. posted by JustGail on

    While the holier-than-thou “rubbernecking driving by the accident” factor is high for many viewers, I watch these as a warning to myself what could be if I’m not careful.

    Sidney – I just found out about your blog yesterday. These shows do not do show the full horror of the situation for anyone involved. I wish the two of you well.

  9. posted by momof3 on

    i just commenting on the number of messy house/hoarding shows that seem be on the TV lately. sort like years ago, when westerns ruled the airwaves.

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