Not all kitchen renovations turn out so well...
I like to watch programs like "America's Favorite Home Videos" and get a chuckle out of watching video clips of those "poor traumatized" lovers who get spurned by their significant other when they ask them to the prom or propose to them at a public event for all to watch...only to be turned down. Maybe it's the cynic in me that makes me chuckle. Big egos, even bigger jumbo trons, and public humiliation. I should have been a spectator in the Colosseum in Rome during the days of the Gladiators.
But what tickles me even more is when everyone cries out loud how unfair the "scorner" was to the "scornee." What about his/her feelings? The cries of "oh, to be humiliated like that in public." Yeah, right. Half the time, it's a set-up. It's a joke. And we fall for it.
Now that I've created some uncertainty in your mind, I'll let you decide if this video is a "set up" or if it is a true and honest reaction from the wife for the first time that she saw the labors of her husband's surprise renovation on their kitchen. If it's not a set-up, then I'm afraid the narration at the end of the video is probably befitting of the situation