Ryan bets a Chelsea loft commission on a ping-pong match, then goes costume shopping for a big open house in NOHO. While Steve's girlfriend, Luiza, settles into their new home together, he helps a successful high school buddy try and buy an apartment of his own. Meanwhile, Fredrik thinks his Crosby listing's massive terrace could be perfect for trained pets, so he invites over a great dane, a parrot, and a Steve Gold for viewings. And a new up-and-coming agent, Tyler, joins the crew, re-inventing himself....along with the entire New York City real estate market.
Ryan interviews eager young agents for his new rental team, but when his seller calls him to discuss the lack of offers, it may be Ryan who’s in the hot seat. Steve and his childhood friend, Phil, hit the gym to weigh all the investment properties they’ve seen, and end up on an offer that leaves them feeling pumped. When Tyler invites a famous mentalist, Oz, to his Mercantile open house party, unfortunately no buyer is hypnotized by the apartment itself. Fredrik hosts an open house at Crosby on the coldest day of the year...but afterward, a low-ball offer from Steve leaves him feeling quite frosty.
Fredrik hustles to get offers during his disco-themed open house on Charlton St., but the party gets real funky when Ryan arrives for a dance-off. Steve takes a novel approach to selling by hosting a book-launch open house at his new building for artists. Meanwhile, Tyler goes head-to-head with Ryan for an expensive listing on Laight Street in Tribeca. The loft may be massive, but the contract's only big enough for one of them.