Hosts - Miss Lora & Scott Harris
Bad neighbors, everybody's got one but now they can get help with communication
expert Miss Lora and Los angeles Builder Scott Harris

Bad Neighbors. They are the people who live next door that drive you crazy! Loud music,
neglected yards, cars parked on the front lawn, cigarette butts in your pool and you don't
and you don't even smoke. The list goes on.

Our host will set the two disgruntled neighbors down, hear them out and identify the problem
to develop a plan to mend what needs to be fixed. Whether it's a fence to be built or simply a sprinkler system that needs adjusting. Miss Lora and Scott will solve the problem.

Bad Neighbors is a one hour, non-scripted reality show that will 
confront neighborhood dysfunctions. Season one will concentrate 
on the Los Angeles area housing from Beverly Hills mansion
to downtown apartments, where people are coexisting in very
familiar environments but bring vastly different cultures to their

For as long as there have been people living next to each other,
there have been conflicts.that result in tense feuding over a 
constant barking dogs, beater cars left on the street or worse,
on the yard, a fence that fell down, trash or screaming kids.
Track these three adventurers, John Mirassou, Marty Burke, and John Bertsch as they navigate their way across America and the globe. These three amigos have been boated a lifetime together and have the tales, as well as the scars, to prove it. The trio has been best friends since grammar school, and if they’re not razzin’ each other, then they’re not having fun.

On this adventure the three would be Scally-wags’ ultimate destination… 
Trinidad, Cuba. Their starting point, the port of Miami, Florida then through the Key West before heading to open sea and a treacherous 105 mile voyage to Havana Cuba. From there it’s an 800 mile open water journey around the island exploring various ports such as Cabanas, Santa Lucia, Maria la Gorda, Playa Majana and fourteen other stops along the way to their ultimate destination…Trinidad.

We’ll encounter the extreme nautical hazards faced just to get to the island of Cuba, a two-day trip in volatile waters and ever-defiant weather. They’ll be attempting this passage in a 24’ 1939 Chris Craft designed for leisure – not a thirteen hundred mile, 31 day trip in open waters. Follow these three daring adventurers as they endure the challenges of the open water from Miami to Cuba and explore the landscape and splendor of this almost unbridled country of rich customs, traditions and culture.