Part II of ABC News's Extremely American Makeover: Home Edition For One Dallas Family
|Jon and Anna Usry and the family, right before ABC News stole all their stuff|
Anyway. Last night was Part II of the World News series, during which the Usrys, Muir and a personal shopper scoured the countryside -- and a Container Store -- to find products manufactured stateside. (Says Sawyer, American production peaked in '79, and now far more than half of what we buy is foreign-produced; "if every American spent $3.33 on U.S.-made goods every year," Sawyer insisted recently, "that would create almost 10,000 new jobs in this country.") And, say, that's also quite the nice plug for Freed's Furniture.
Tomorrow, we'll see the fruits of their labor. But will the Usrys? Because there's still no America-made television set. OK, you're now free to watch another ABC News production: The Best of Charlie Sheen.