Pocket neighborhoods are the latest trend in suburbs from coast to coast, and Kevin gets his head around what makes building 12 homes on under 4 acres of land a good idea. Plus, he learns how cutting-edge building science, coupled with a little social engineering, puts this super-efficient community in such high demand. Next, Amy finds the perfect bachelor-proof washer-dryer combo for Cool Tools host Chris Grundy, and Kevin's found a drying closet that could almost make your iron obsolete. Then, check out Italian tile for a low-cost, low-maintenance way to get the look of wood, marble, canvas and even leather. And Kevin's got a new solution to debris and ice problems in your gutter with a heated gutter screen. Finally, small is the new big. Amy visits a Manhattan furniture showroom where every piece has at least two different uses and collapses ingeniously with fingertip effort to take up half the space you'd expect.