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Video Licks: Happiness is Not Always An Organized Closet Away in The Super Funny WhoHaha Parody Series “Untidy with Marie Kondo”

Video Licks: Happiness is Not Always An Organized Closet Away in The Super Funny WhoHaha Parody Series “Untidy with Marie Kondo”
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Over at WhoHaha, they’ve embraced the KonMari Method in their own special way. Seriously funny women Amy Vorpahl and Shirin Najafi have written and directed a series parodying the wildly popular Netflix program show, Tidying Up, starring Marie Kondo, the celebrated Japanese organizing consultant and author. I’m not gonna lie, I’ve organized my socks by her method and have never looked back. I see you ALL now, shy feet protectors! In the series, The Mitchells invite Kondo (played by Kazu Kusano) to take them on a freeing journey of organization. However, it looks like this desperate couple needs more than just a little tidying up. Can Marie help the couple spark joy in their miserable lives? Check out the entire Untidy with Marie Kondo series below! (WARNING: Some strong language, but, of course!)

Untidy with Marie Kondo: Episode One – The couple explain their situation and invite Marie into their home for the first time.

Untidy with Marie Kondo: Episode Two – Marie takes a look at each of the rooms in The Mitchells abode. Uh oh…

Untidy with Marie Kondo: Episode Three – Have Brooke and Linda learned anything from the homework they’ve been tasked with? Crash and burn, baby!

Untidy with Marie Kondo: Episode Four: The kitchen has been a point of contention for this couple. Will more tidying sort out the rough edges in their relationship? Not holding my breath!

Untidy with Marie Kondo: Episode Five: Marie has major anxiety and the couple show off their progress. Fingers crossed!

Mentions: Watch more great content at WhoHaHa & Amy Vorpahl’s channel. Follow Amy via T/IG: @vorpahlsword. Follow Shirin via T/IG: @shirincnajafi. This series was translated by Kazu Kusano. Follow her via T: @KazuKusano. This series was produced by Sarah Atwood.

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