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Two People who get on my Nerve's!
on 24 October 2013
To be honest I used to watch the series on TV, but as time went on Jason and Grant really began to get on my nerves and decided that I didn't particularly like their attitudes, personalities and the way they went about things.
For instance, when they met their new clients for the investigations,( bare in mind that they are going into their houses, halls, castles, lighthouses or whatever); they show so little respect by standing there with their arms folded across their chests while listening to their clients experiences.
Then they have the nerve to say--`right which room'. Surely its up to the Client to invite them first into each room; after all they work or manage there.
Then they all sit round a table and after the evidence is shown, they say at the end---`right lets get out of here'. Strange attitude?!
You are suppose to be friendly to your clients, have at least some conversation flow and build up a rapport, especially when they are getting paid for doing it!
They seem to be on the defence with every one else (except each other), including the people who work for them and seem to treat them like their underdogs: they get them to do all the setting-up as well as viewing all the evidence.
On the whole, Jason and Grant are too serious, defensive, come across as miserable and not open-minded enough to be proper Ghost-Hunters.
These pair would get my back-up straight away and why do they have to use the word `debunk!' All the time, it's really annoying.
In my estimation Ghost-Hunters international is much better programme to watch, because they work has an equal team effort and are more laid back, friendly and open with each other, there is also a bit of humour involved.
The people who work for Jason and Grant ought to move over to this team for a happier enviroment
I totally agree with Nell 265, wholeheartedly.