When Jacuzzis Fly

Jenni stopped breathing when the crane carried the jacuzzi over the roof.

Mark and Yeni live in the Hollywood Hills with their doggie.

This is a "his house I moved in to" situation.

Mark's eco-friendly three year rebuild is way too Taco Bell for Jeff.

Yeni's visual voice is not even a whisper here.

Going from my house to our house needs a start point.

Mark gives Jeff the hands-off message regarding "his" interior.

"Don't touch the walls… I've written a book" is our shaky start point.

Mark uses his humor to dominate, bully, manipulate, and control.
 
Jeff admits he's getting a real look in the mirror.

Mark instructs Jeff he is not allowed to touch one room in the house.

We breathe a sigh of relief when Yeni wants an outdoor Jacuzzi.

It's time to share, Mark.

Yeni needs encouragement to speak up, and I need my monkey suit.

A voice at Disneyland needs her voice heard at home.

Luckily ground control of Major Mark does not extend to the backyard.

Shopping Jeff finds what he thinks is the perfect outdoor spa.

No, Mark wants the jumbo Boogie Nights party tub.

Jeff’s choices are challenged at every turn.

Trusting Jeff is not part of Mark’s game plan.

Mark likes the peeing boy and squirrel holding a nut fountains.

Things Jeff will most definitely leave in the store.

A water fight has me feeling wet, wild, and five. I feel refreshed (not really) after having my head dunked in the algae water.
Jeff has had it with this back seat decorator

At the house Mr. List Mark hands Mr. List Jeff a list of instructions.

I have a front row seat for some serious fun.

The ultimate micro manager has met his match.

Mark's techno, weirdo, I don't know instructions freeze Jeff in his tracks.

Jeff says "one chief," and Mark and Yeni are off to the hotel.

Mark does not want to go.

Giving up control is painful for Yeni's papa bear.

This micro manager needs a rest.

Rosie the electrician has to put the pedal to the metal.

A very large crane has to drive up a very small street to install by air Mark's selection -- the 2000-pound Jacuzzi.

Of course the crane isn't large enough.The UFO hanging over Mark's house may not make it into the backyard.

The Jacuzzi, thanks to some well-positioned ropes, is a serious swinger.

I stop breathing.

Jeff feels the need to vacuum.

Zoila and a massage chair have a close encounter.

She tells Jeff she wants one for Christmas.

We barely make it for a late night reveal.

Mark says, "Gorgeous," and Yeni squeals, "This is definitely me."

We end Season 1 of Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis, a show I am so proud to have been a part of. Thank you to all who tuned in, all the couples/families that shared their space with us, Zoila for being the queen of cleaning, and to Jeff for being the ultimate roommate.

Until we meet again!

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Operation Love is a Success!

Jenni dishes on the pressure of having to set up the perfect engagement for Kenia and Danielle.

Will the Girls Take It to the Next Level?

Danielle is a Dog Groomer.
Kenia is a Behavioral Specialist.
They have been living together for five and a half years.
Kenia says Danielle has a "strong personality," which translates as Danielle gets things her way.

A pool table dominates the living room.
Danielle dominates everything else.
Kenia wants to get married, but Danielle seems to be reluctant.
Jeff sees the decor as "a sorority house but for lesbians."

Two women with big personalities, big attitudes, and big accents.
Kenia says because Danielle owns the house, everything has to be her way.
The "our home" translates quickly to "it's still my house."
That is not Kenia's idea of what she has dreamed of since she was little.

Kenia is the cook and thinks the kitchen is a nightmare.
Danielle hates the bar that Kenia built when she was away.
Jeff sees the bar as the only expression of Kenia in the house. Kenia wants to get married to Danielle in New York.
To encourage and support, Jeff buys wedding magazines.
He wants Danielle to recognize the needs of her partner, something he says he has to work to do.
Danielle exits and whispers she doesn’t need our "encouragement."
She already has a ring.
And she tells us she hates not being in control.
This could kill the relationship.



When these girls play pool, they dent the walls.
Jeff targets the kitchen for remodel so Kenia "will have a win."
They need to see their combined personalities in the space. Our Goal: A brand new kitchen in five days.
This is a clean house with not much for Zoila to do, so she breaks a wine glass.
Kitchen demolition is an emotional experience.
To relax the atmosphere Jeff plays a shoe prank on a girl you shouldn't mess with.

Danielle is still nervous about commitment.
To help out I sing about a bridal store in the parking lot.
Shopping for the kitchen reveals the problem.
Danielle overrides Kenia's choices and stalls with tile decisions.
Jeff is out of patience and sees this as the real relationship indicator.


Danielle is waiting for a perfect time and place to make the commitment.
Jeff sees me as a proposal expert because I'm experienced.
Spelling out will you marry me with asparagus and strawberries is not Jeff's idea of cool.
Danielle and I have lunch and she thinks most of my proposal ideas are corny.
The puppy idea is a no go.
I start to rap...and we work on a plan. Zoila, Jeff, and Kenia go appliance shopping.
She makes it clear to Jeff: "no ghetto appliances" for this girl.
Kenia calls Jeff tiny tush in Spanish and plans to teach him some dirty words.
Zoila has had it with all the engagement talk.
She calls Jeff a genius and crazy in the same breath.

We are running way behind with the kitchen.
These girls know how to threaten.
Jeff brought in crickets as retaliation -- a boy and his bugs.
Kenia shouts, "He's a sick little man!"
Hotel plans for me and the girls.
Jeff is buying them dinner to make up for bugging them.
The surprise romantic proposal atmosphere in the hotel room is my project to manage. "Operation Love"
Danielle says, "If it's not one hundred percent right, I'm not doing it."
Yes, she's talking to me
Rose petals, candles, and candy need to be perfect.
A ring, kisses, and Kenia is crying tears of joy.

Four hours to reveal and at least nine hours of work needs to be done.
Outlets are covered, wood chips are everywhere, and cabinets still have no doors.
Zoila is sweeping.
The refrigerator water line is not turned on.
A fuse is blown...and they are knocking on the door.
The reveal is "gorgeous" and Kenia shows off her beautiful ring.
Jeff says he has a lesson to take home to his own relationship.

NEXT WEEK
"She's got the biggest dick in the room."
I didn't say that, Jeff did.

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