Los Angeles-based realtor and reality TV star Mary Fitzgerald says she and her colleagues are feeling the strain from their job.
She was speaking following the launch of season four of 'Selling Sunset'.
The show, which is the number one streamed programme on Netflix in Ireland, follows agents at The Oppenheim Group as they sell million-dollar properties to affluent buyers in LA.
Mary, who has been involved in real estate since 2008, told Lunchtime Live some of the confrontational scenes have to be toned down for viewers.
"They have to tone it down because it just really doesn't make sense.
"There's so much craziness that happens, and I think it's getting to a point - which I think viewers see in season four - where everyone's just like 'I cannot handle this anymore, this is crazy'.
"And so we're all getting to that point, and they have to tone it down because none of it makes sense.
"They're like 'Viewers can't follow it, we can't follow it'".
But how would she sum up the show? "Amazing houses, amazing fashion and a tonne of drama.
"It's like real-estate porn, right? That's what I've heard.
"I think we get a little jaded by it after a while, but it's so cool though.
"Every single day you get to go into a new phenomenal home with these incredible views and different architecture - and LA's full of different architecture.
"That's something I really, really appreciate: I love design, just love architecture in general and so the properties there it couldn't be a better dream for me."
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'Some of us work more than others'
But Mary insists they all work hard for what they get.
"Everybody always says 'Do they really sell houses?' - Yes I do. Some of us work more than others", she jokes.
"For some of the girls that say I get given everything: no, that's not true - I just work very hard.
"I'm not given anything".
And she says a possible spin-off with her husband Romain could be on the cards.
"We're always interested in doing the, like if it's a spin-off or something like that.
"We're going to start flipping homes - between the two of us it's such a good match.
"With me and Ro, say, finding an amazing property that would really profit from my end and then he remodels - and we sell it for a really good profit."
On their visit to Ireland, Mary says: "I love it, it's so pretty, everyone's so friendly.
"Guinness, we're going to Guinness, and then we're going shopping a little bit and then to dinner.
"But I want to hit some Irish pubs", she adds.