Gary's Girls pick up an abandoned house that's ready to move and decide to tailor it toward a fashion fan. Stylish accents like a custom-made chandelier and a massive walk-in closet make this abode a fashionista's dream. The finished home is clean and bright with a flurry of light colors.
When Gary gets two houses that came as a package deal, he offers one to his girls and the other to Casey and Catrina. Gary and Casey bet each other a steak dinner that their team will make a bigger profit.
Casey and Catrina win a gutted house that they plan to convert into a functional family home. This kid-friendly home's features include a stunning kitchen with a walk-in pantry and decorative dormers on the outside.
Jerry inspires Gary to create a unique baker's kitchen featuring an open pantry and special shelving for pie cooling. Paige and Raf gets inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement, detailing everything from molding to chair rails with the signature Craftsman look.
Gary and Jerry design for the high-end look with a project that oozes elegance. Texture is king with a tufted dining nook and a single-piece glass backsplash.
Catrina wins a house while Casey is out on a moving job. Once they both see the catastrophic interior, they disagree on the home's potential. Fortunately, Catrina's eye for design and positivity bring out the best in this mess. By giving the home a fresh, light look and an eat-in curved kitchen island, Casey and Catrina bring this space back to life.
Paige and Raf start with an abandoned grain silo and turn it on its side for the basis of their indoor/outdoor living space. Paige then finds a small structure at an auction to complete their unique sideways design.
Randy wins a huge, four-bedroom duplex at auction and splits it with fellow flippers Gary and Jerry. Each team comes up with a unique style for their portion. Gary and Jerry decide on a Creole-style cottage while Randy turns his half into a sleek, contemporary home.
Gary's Girls brighten the interior of their cozy starter home by using wall-to-wall kitchen windows and a large cased opening. Meanwhile, Casey and Catrina design a modern, rustic villa complete with an ornate columned porch and a contemporary concrete-looking countertop.
Randy takes over the renovation of a house that a client left on his lot. When a local buyer takes an interest in the project, Randy gets busy on a classic renovation of this larger house. Meanwhile, Casey and Catrina win a small house that's packed to brim with clutter, and things get complicated when the original owner starts having second thoughts.
Gary's Girls visit an airplane junkyard and end up buying two old passenger jets. Positioning the plane bodies side-by-side, they use the space inside and also between the two fuselages to create a one-of-a-kind, high-flying home.
Gary's Girls win a large home at auction that was previously used as an office space. They plan to convert it back into a family home, complete with unique features like a turret-style roof and bump-outs to add curb appeal.
Paige and Raf are working with close quarters, so they get creative by adding a sleek partition and striped ceilings to make their small space feel larger. Meanwhile, Casey and Catrina have an ear for design when they include a secret attic music room in their modern layout.