Mike and Megan take a chance on flipping an unusual structure: a house built on top of a barge. They discover the barge is full of holes and the house and barge had previously sunk. Once the barge is made seaworthy again, the trick is getting it into to the water and off to a place where the renovation can begin, so Mike and Megan can transform it into a floating vacation getaway.
Flipping team Robert and Katie have their eyes on a classic Southern house won at auction by another team. When the house is later offered to them, they jump at the chance to update the quaint two-bed one-bath building clad on the inside with knotty pine paneling. Meanwhile, fellow flippers Darren and Lucy find out their 'perfect' little one-bed, one-bath cottage isn't so perfect after all. They rework the bathroom and kitchen into a more functional space and add some New Orleans-inspired charm to the front porch.
Husband and wife house flippers Mike and Megan find an old Southern church with an interior covered entirely in beadboard. They transform it into a two-bed, one-bath home with plenty of Southern charm. Meanwhile, Robert and Katie take on a two-bed, one-bath home in a historic suburb of New Orleans. To move it out of there, they need to cut most of the roof off and lose a laundry room that was added onto the living room. Their goal is to renovate the house while preserving the home's original style and grace.
Darren and Lucy beat out the other flipping teams to win a duplex that looks decent on the outside, but when they go inside, they discover it had been flooded from Louisiana rains and is partially gutted. They decide to turn the duplex into a two-bed, two-bath single family home with a giant wraparound porch that will look perfectly at home on the bayou.
Darren and Lucy score a small house with big potential. Their design uses a combination of metal and wood to create a unique Louisiana feel. Meanwhile, Robert and Katie's build takes a step back in time.
Darren and Lucy revitalize an old home that needs a major overhaul, while Robert and Katie have trouble getting permits for their brick house build.
Darren and Lucy win a home at a double auction where Mike and Megan also pick up a win. The Walkers take their flat and give it a design upgrade with a French quarter inspiration. Meanwhile, Mike and Megan put a bit of New Orleans jazz influence into their project to create a musical masterpiece.
Robert and Katie score a dingy and old duplex at auction. Their plan calls for the addition of some architectural flair but the layout is very confusing. Will they be able to make a single-family home out of the mess?
Robert and Katie put an Americana twist on an auction win that has surprises underneath the walls. Meanwhile, Mike and Megan strike a deal for a small boxy building they plan to convert into a hunting lodge perfect for any Louisiana sportsman.
Mike and Megan pick up a small shotgun-style house with plans of converting it into a unique studio living space. An auction in the New Orleans Superdome would be the perfect place to sell this home but if they want to get the house there, they'll have to boat it over Lake Pontchartrain. Will this special auction be worth the risky move?
Robert and Katie score a dilapidated house that's so big they have to cut it into pieces before it can be moved. Saving what they can, they convert their win into a cozy carriage-style cottage. Meanwhile, Mike and Megan snag a piece of the Foster's cut-up home and incorporate it into a barge house for living on the water. Will the battered old house benefit both teams?
Darren and Lucy win a home that was once used as a music studio. Damaged by flooding, the team plans to clean it up and turn it back into a proper home until Robert and Katie approach them with a proposition to take over the build. Will the flooded studio reach it's livable potential?