Like A Rollercoaster

Andy's "Monumental Meltdown"

Jenni Battles Lewd Snowmen

Jenni: "Crab Meat is Flying!"

Zoila was Kidnapped by "Inappropriate Aliens"

Gage and the Gramercy Drama

Jenni: Alianna is a Miracle

Jenni Talks Mini Cat Doors, Giant Paint Cans

Jeff's In-House Telenovela

Mammary Madness at Jeff Lewis Design

Jenni Talks Rough Nipples and Roller-Skating

Jeff Lewis Reflects on Monkey

Jeff and the L Word

"I Did Not Lie to Jeff."

Gage Doesn't Trust Andrew

Gage and Zoila's Endless Teasing

Jenni: Dreams Do Come True

Zoila's Tear-Filled Therapy Session

Jeff's New Boyfriend

Twist! Jeff Forgives Andrew - Ep 5

Jeff's Cockpit and Andy's Lying

Inspector Jeffrey

Andy, Andy, Andy

There is a Time and a Place

Workplace Etiquette

Jeff Lewis, Wedding Planner

Who's the Bitch?

My Wedding Heaven Meets Jeff's Cash Calculations

The Vagina Monologues

Get Your Kicks on Route Season 6


Grammercy Gardens

Rapping Up Season 5

Truck Gas

Jeff Wants to be a Paint Star

Hey, You Never Know...

Queen of the House

We Talk to the Animals

Hanky Panky and Stinky Pink

Lupe, Lupe, Lupe!

Not Getting the Whole Big Apple

Like A Rollercoaster

Trace reflects on the season, and his time spent at Jeff Lewis' office.

As season three of “Flipping Out” comes to a close, I’d like to thank all of the viewers of the show who tuned in to watch whatever drama there was unfold. My experience at the Jeff Lewis office has taught me a lot about what it is to work for someone who: has high expectations behind a driving force, may scrutinize you on a daily basis for their personal entertainment purposes, urges you to stay two steps ahead at all times, and perform and deliver at your best. One hundred percent of the time. But I feel in this industry in order to succeed, that is mostly how a successful design business is to be run.

I think it’s important to remember that even though during certain months we are filming a television show, after the cameras leave, things continue on just as they were – it is very true to life. My job is just like any other. I just happen to work for a medication-deprived, obsessive compulsive, merciless neat freak with a tendency to pick out your flaws and subject you to public humiliation daily. And I might be as crazy as the boss himself but in all honesty, I love it.

I feel very fortunate to have this opportunity to work for someone I admire; who brings something different to the table every day but is always on point. I love my roll in his business and want to do whatever I can to help build what Sarah refers to as “Jeff Lewis Enterprises.” Working for Jeff Lewis is like a rollercoaster. And I love theme parks.