Season 1, Episode 14

Disney Holiday Special

The Mering family flies cross-country to help Josh and Trey transform an empty event space into a Holiday Oasis for guests in time for opening night. The build includes four tiki huts that need to be framed, painted, covered in bamboo and thatching, then decorated. In addition, a large background frame is built for photo opportunities with characters, and the entire space is decorated to Disney standards. Time is against them and failing is not an option because Disney's Magic Kingdom's Holiday Party starts at 7pm sharp in just three days. Along the way, Josh gets behind-the-scenes access and learns how they wrap a 189-foot castle in Christmas light. The family also learns the secret to making it snow on Magic Kingdom's Main Street in Florida weather. And finally, Josh gets up close and personal while workers install a 65-foot Epcot Icon tree.
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