Relationship Update On ‘House Hunters’ First Throuple In History Making Episode

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In case you were wondering, the throuple from HGTV’s House Hunters episode in 2020 is still going strong and happily residing in Colorado. Brian, Geli, and Lori shared their story on a recent episode of “House Hunters: Where Are They Now?” affirming their commitment in their unconventional relationship.

During the episode, the trio recounted their initial concerns about community acceptance upon moving to Colorado. Lori revealed that some neighbors expressed disapproval, with one even suggesting that property values might decline.


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Titled “Three’s Not a Crowd in Colorado Springs,” the original House Hunters episode made television history by featuring HGTV’s first-ever throuple. The episode documented Brian, Lori, and Geli’s quest for a suitable home that could accommodate their unique family dynamic, including Lori and Brian’s two children.

“Yes, we’re still together — and Colorado people now,” Brian said.

The throuple remains undeterred, even greeting neighbors warmly with smiles and waves. “Someone up the street posted that the property value is going down, now that there’s a throuple that moved into the neighborhood,” Lori said, with Geli adding, “We make sure to say hi to them [with a] big wave, big smile,” and Brian added, “All three of us.”

Despite the challenges, the throuple found their ideal home with a breathtaking view of the mountains, albeit slightly above their budget. In the recent update, they shared insights into their daily lives, highlighting their remote work setups and bedroom arrangements. Lori humorously disclosed that she occupies the middle spot in their king-size bed, flanked by Geli on the right and Brian on the left.

Reflecting on their journey, Brian emphasized the lack of universal support for families like theirs but expressed gratitude for the positive connections they’ve made.

“For families like us, we don’t get support everywhere we go, just because it’s a little bit awkward,” Brian said. “But at the same time, the people we have come across, the people we’ve met, the people we’ve welcomed into our house are just awesome.”

While navigating societal norms can be challenging, the throuple remains steadfast in their bond and optimistic about the future.

In case you missed it, check out the episode of House Hunters with the throuple in the video below!<iframe width=”750″ height=”422″ src=”” title=”YouTube video player” frameborder=”0″ allow=”accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture; web-share” referrerpolicy=”strict-origin-when-cross-origin” allowfullscreen></iframe>

Do you think the portrayal of non-traditional relationships on mainstream television helps promote acceptance and understanding in society?