Robert Passarella is man who appreciates a good steak and good wine, so he wants to turn his basement into a relaxing steakhouse lounge. Tony and Jason build Rob his own steakhouse man cave and eat some great steak along the way.
Anthony Calia grew up in Brooklyn in the '70s, and his friends and family will tell you that he's never lost the fever. Tony and Jason build Anthony a man cave where he can party with his friends on Saturday nights.
Brian Manley is a military intelligence officer who is fascinated with the Cold War spy era. Brian's house was built during the 1950s, and already has its own bomb shelter. Brian and his wife Tara are very competitive people, so Jason and Tony make sure Brian's spy cave is hard to out rank.
Steven Ng spends his days managing an athletic club and wants to come home to relaxation and leisure. Steven's basement is currently covered by his daughter's toys, and he is ready to reclaim the space. Jason and Tony create a space for Steven that gives him access to his very own exclusive Country Club Man Cave.
Nuno Tavares has always loved the style and class of old Hollywood, so his wife decided he needed his own space to store his memorabilia. Tony and Jason give Nuno a Man Cave that's a throwback to the classic 50s era with some modern touches.
Lou Fanzini is a busy family man who loves the idea of turning his basement into a throwback 1950s drive in. Jason and Tony twist Lou's space into a retro Man Cave where he can hang with his fellow hip cats and cool chicks.
Gabe and his wife Angela loved their trip to Italy so much that they called on Tony and Jason to create their own piece of Rome in their basement. Gabe needs a space of his own to get away from his neat freak wife. The Man Caves team gives Gabe his very own Roman Man Cave that makes him feel like a true Gladiator.
Adam Solomon's mild mannered job at a car dealership keeps him grounded most of the time. Adam's got his head in the clouds and still dreams of being a superhero, and needs Tony and Jason to build him a lair that is top secret from even his wife. Adam will never be free from a life of Ms. Demeanors without his very own Superhero Cave.
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.
Bob Papa works as a sportscaster whose job often requires him to do radio broadcasts from home. Bob needs a quite space where he can do his job without being interrupted by his family. Fellow sportscaster and Man Caves host Tony Siragusa makes it his mission, along with host and licensed contractor Jason Cameron, to give Bob his very own "Work From Home Cave."
Michael Symon is an Iron Chef and has hosted numerous Food Network shows. For his very own man cave, Michael wants a gym where he can stay in shape for the grueling hours he works in his restaurant. Tony and Jason better be able to stand the heat in the kitchen so they can give this chef a recipe for fitness.
Howard Kotkin is a family man and children's dentist who is still a kid at heart. Howard needs a space to escape with his wife, son and three daughters. Hosts Jason Cameron and Tony Siragusa step in to give Howard back a piece of his childhood and manhood with his very own "Train Cave."
Madsin Nerestant works for the military and has traveled the world, but yearns for something that reminds him of where he grew up-New York City. Hosts Jason Cameron and Tony Siragusa bring a piece of the Big Apple to Madsin with an upscale New York Lounge in his basement.