Man Caves has been taking the country by storm, creating ultimate spaces for guys to hang out. Now it's time for the show to take its place in pop culture history as it celebrates its 100th episode with a display area at the legendary Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. Madame Tussauds has chosen to immortalize Man Caves Specialist Tony Siragusa, so DIY Network is building a man cave for his wax figure. Siragusa, along with licensed contractor Jason Cameron, brings some Man Caves history into the space by covering the walls with photographs from some of his favorite episodes. With 100 episodes to choose from, it wasn't easy. The stage area was built out with new flooring and a brick facade, and a working window creates an interactive effect. And it wouldn't be a true man cave without some leather seating. Now visitors can take a photo while sitting in the cave with the ultimate Man Caves specialist.