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By TV Guide
Dec. 11, 2012 5:55 p.m.



Four Houses: Deck the Halls  | Photo Credits: TLC

Is there such a thing as too much Christmas cheer?



On TLC's Four Houses: Deck the Halls, airing Tuesday at 10/9c, four Christmas-crazy homeowners compete to prove that they have the most holiday spirit. Marie is all about elegance and minimalism, Jason's trademark is animatronic displays, Dhonna uses live people for dynamic tableaus, and Kevin the retired firefighter? Well, Kevin likes lights. Lots of them.



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Check out this exclusive sneak peek of the contestants looking at Kevin's house - or at least we assume there's a house under the 1,000 mega-watt glare from the Christmas lights and display pieces ranging from blinking snowflakes and a Nativity scene to carolers and Santa Pig. It's as if Lite Brite wanted to create a landmark by which aliens could navigate. Watch the clip and let us know if you think Kevin's home is gaudy or nice:







Four Houses: Deck the Halls airs Tuesday at 10/9c on TLC.



 





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