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People think Dermot Bannon's new show in New York is going to give him even more notions

Empire state of mind.

LAST NIGHT, DERMOT Bannon returned to his rightful spot on Sunday night TV, and this time he was in New York.

But instead of helping people redesign their homes, he was just cruising around checking out the best/most over-the-top houses and apartments in Manhattan and beyond.

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His enthusiasm for these spectacular gaffs was brilliant:

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These are the kind of places that didn’t need an additional concrete wall:

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People had never seen Dermot look so happy

Look at him, hugging the walls of a high-rise apartment

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Next, he headed out to New Jersey to see a really, really unique “farmhouse”

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It basically featured an original farmhouse with a barn/hangar built around and over it

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The whole way through the show, people were worried that this trip is going to influence Dermot’s style when he’s back on Room to Improve

Seriously, this New York trip will have given him ideas

The notions/budgets will go into overdrive

Those applying for next year’s Room to Improve must be wary

“Please Dermot, we’re just looking for a sunroom – we don’t want an airport hangar over the house”

This was Dermot Bannon without the stress of builders, budgets or annoying clients

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Next week, Dermot hits Los Angeles for the second part – but will it live up to the standard that New York set last night?

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