DIY Network's Man Caves and hosts Tony Siragusa and Jason Cameron are creating the ultimate man cave bedroom and lounge for NBA star Kris Humphries.
Rob Thomas is a family man with a passion for flying. He is on his way to getting his pilot's license, so the Man Caves crew is here to help speed up the process and hook him up with a VIP Pilot's Lounge Cave. Hosts Tony Siragusa and Jason Cameron are giving Rob's basement a whole new look, starting with a man approved granite bar, an jaw-dropping entertainment/lounge area, and they loop-the-loop and surprise him with a conveyor-belt desk! Tighten your seatbelt and hold on as we bring this cave down the landing strip.
John Ray is a former offensive lineman for the Indianapolis Colts who has settled down, but he needs a place in his house to call his own. Co-host and Man Caves expert Tony Siragusa, also a former Colts star, shares a special connection with John, and decides on a Teammate Tribute Cave. The guys are giving John a brand new entertainment center, a Ping-Pong table that rests on a pool table with a lift for storage, a workout room and of course no man cave is complete without a granite bar. If Jason can control these two giant buddies, then we're in for a cave of epic proportions!
It's Super Bowl weekend and DIY Network's Man Caves is in Downtown Indianapolis for the DirecTV Celebrity Beach Bowl, a game of flag football in the sand with a star-studded roster. Since Man Caves host Tony "Goose" Siragusa is going to be a sideline commentator for the game, he needs a man cave where he can interview all the celebrities during the pre-game show. DIY Network's Man Caves builds him a space that fits the beach theme of the Celebrity Beach Bowl, complete with a Tiki Hut-themed bar. But as fast licensed contractor Jason Cameron built it, he and the Man Caves crew must dismantle it in record time to clear the field for the opening kick-off. As if he didn't have enough on his plate, Jason is also competing in the Celebrity Beach Bowl himself. Luckily he's got Super Bowl champ "Goose" in his corner, who personally makes sure Jason is ready to play alongside quarterback NFL legend Joe Montana.
Victor Manata is a S.W.A.T. team member with no place to unwind when he comes home. DIY Network's Man Caves is breaking down some doors to fix up Victor's basement and turn it into an old police station with jail bars, a custom granite bar and flashing police lights. With a custom time-out bench and a two-way mirror, Man Caves transforms Victor's space from a prison cell to his very own S.W.A.T. cave that he will be glad to do some hard time in.
DIY Network's Man Caves is teaming up with the Today Show co-anchor Jenna Wolfe to deliver the ultimate gift to her dad, Bennett. The Man Caves crew is taking Bennett's basement and converting it top to bottom with an industrial theme, state of the art electronics, a woodshop area with brand new tools and a custom-made bar.
Bristol Motor Speedway is one of the best known short tracks in the world, but its luxury suite was dreary and unimaginative. The team at Bristol needed a high octane makeover at Man Caves speed. With the help of the track's General Manager Jerry Caldwell and NASCAR driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr., hosts Tony Siragusa and Jason Cameron are revving up their power tools to do the first ever Racetrack Skybox man cave.
John Tabor's garage is the neighborhood hangout, but this cramped space needs an upgrade. Licensed contractor Jason Cameron and co-host Tony "Goose" Siragusa are giving the space a total upgrade with storage space for the whole crew, brand new garage doors and a moving bar with built in TV. Man Caves even builds a custom poker table that doubles as a mural, transforming this crowded garage into the envy of the neighborhood.
Michael Guidetti just welcomed his first child, a beautiful baby girl. With the help of DIY Network's Man Caves, he's getting his basement renovated into a man approved hangout that can be converted into a living-room. Licensed contractor Jason Cameron and co-host Tony "The Goose" Siragusa are giving the space a 1920's speakeasy look, with hidden TVs, speakers that double as lights and secret features throughout the space. Man Caves makes sure even the entrance to the room is hidden. Plus Goose comes up with a way to disguise the bar so Michael has a true speakeasy space: living-room by day and Man Cave by night.
Andy Shyong is a dentist with a passion for triathlons. With his girlfriend moving in soon, he needs a space to call his own. Licensed contractor Jason Cameron and co-host Tony "Goose" Siragusa are pumping up Andy's space with workout equipment, an entertainment center and a custom bar. While Jason builds the entertainment center, Goose finds a way to repurpose some scrap wood and create a refreshment stop in Andy's garage. The team races to finish Andy's Triathlete Lounge and give him a gold-medal-worthy man cave.
Jeff Cramer has a job in DVD sales and has to watch movies for a living. With the help of DIY Network's Man Caves, he's getting his basement converted into a theater that will suit his professional needs, but also serve as a spot for the whole family to hang out together. Licensed contractor Jason Cameron and co-host Tony "Goose" Siragusa are giving the space an old school movie theater look, with soffit lighting and columns all around the room. Along with the vintage look, Man Caves is making sure Jeff's theater experience is state-of-the-art, with ceiling mounted speakers and an 80-inch flat screen. And Goose has the perfect way to turn the bar into a family friendly concession stand to complete the classic cinema theme and ensures Jeff will never have to take his family out to the movies again.