Homes are more than investments. Forget cheap makeovers, this show will inspire you to reassess what you've already got and make bold changes, which will last a lifetime.

The Home Show - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2008-11-05

The Home Show - Show Me the Way to Go Home - Netflix

“Show Me the Way to Go Home” is a popular song written in 1925 by the pseudonymous “Irving King” (the English songwriting team James Campbell and Reginald Connelly). The song is said to have been written on a train journey from London by Campbell and Connelly. They were tired from the traveling and had a few alcoholic drinks during the journey, hence the lyrics. The song is in common use in England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and North America.

The Home Show - Football - Netflix

Supporters of Wimbledon FC / AFC Wimbledon have sung an adapted version reflecting their team spending 25 years away from their Plough Lane home stadium: 'Show Me The Way To Plough Lane' Theme Parks At Universal Studios Florida, in the WIzarding World of Harry Potter Diagon Alley, there is a window of animated shrunken heads. They banter with each other and often break into “Show Me The Way To Go Home”. It is also one of the spots where you can use an interactive wand and use the Silencio wand movement to make them stop singing and make muffled sounds as if they suddenly can't move their lips. It is located across from Borgin & Burke's gift shop and next to the Dystal Phaelanges skeleton display. This along with several other design details throughout the Harry Potter themed section are a tribute to the former Jaws attraction which closed on January 2, 2012 and was replaced by Diagon Alley in 2014.

The Home Show - References - Netflix