Number one NASCAR driver Ricky Bobby stays atop the heap thanks to a pact with his best friend and teammate, Cal Naughton, Jr. But when a French Formula One driver, makes his way up the ladder, Ricky Bobby's talent and devotion are put to the test.
In an attempt to sell her historic Del Mar listing, Tracy and team head to the racetrack in search of wealthy buyers. Altman faces a tough negotiator (his wife Heather) when trying to sell a problematic listing in the Bird Streets. And after receiving an unexpected gift, Flagg bakes up a plan to get back on James and David’s good side.
Altman goes full hipster in his last ditch effort to sell his an architectural wonder in a trendy Venice neighborhood. Tracy takes over a stale listing in Brentwood and attempts to revive the grandeur of the historic Georgian estate. A seller asks James and David “where’s the FOMO?” as they struggle to get multiple offers for her Brentwood home.
The Manscapers must get creative to deliver a colorful backyard makeover after learning their new suburban clients are allergic to bees! At the same time, James and Mel mix their work and personal lives by agreeing to landscape an East Village rooftop for a good friend and fellow yoga instructor. Last minute additions, limited access, and cuts to schedules keep the Manscapers scrambling.
A Brooklyn couple with a blank-slate backyard and big budget sounds like dream job for the Manscapers - but non-stop check-ins and micro-management from the clients slow their progress. Meanwhile, landscaping the rooftop bar at a high-end hotel for a pair of ultra-picky, design-minded clients puts everyone on edge.
A return client presents the Manscapers with a unique challenge: landscaping four different outdoor spaces connected to her Greenwich Village town home. With each space demanding its own look and feel, one job starts to feel like four - leaving James, Mel, and Garrett stretched thin and under the gun to finish on time. Meanwhile, Mel’s backyard gets an annual makeover in preparation for Garrett’s birthday, leaving James a little jealous.
The Manscapers’ new suburban clients have found their “forever” home, but a limited budget to re-vamp the bland backyard means making difficult sacrifices. Back in the city, an eccentric designer has hired the team to landscape the outdoor spaces in a high-end hotel - but with only two days to complete the project, the Manscapers have their work cut out for them, especially when the client adds his own ideas.
Fredrik invites Bethenny to see what could be their first potential investment property together as business partners. Bethenny fears it could be more of a money pit than a successful flip and both are left wondering if business and friendship can actually mix.
Rob and Yvonne may be young but they have some evolved plans for their future and it all starts with going tiny! They've asked John and Zack to help build them a tree house inspired space that resembles their youthful personalities and love for nature mixed with some modern touches and some serious functionality to make this one of our most unique builds yet!
This one-hour special episode gives families who have always dreamed of ditching their big house and excess "stuff" the chance to try tiny living for two weeks. The episode will focus on one particular family as they take the plunge moving into a tiny house as they try to survive living their "normal" lives in less than 500 sq. feet.
Season 4 Special: It's a special holiday episode of Tiny House Nation! In honor of the holidays, John and Zack share some of the most extreme and memorable tiny homes they've ever built.
Season 4 Special: This special "Holiday" episode will feature John and Zack recounting twelve of their favorite "Zack Hacks", as well as sharing some fun and festive DIY holiday projects.
Season 4 Special: It's a special Thanksgiving episode of Tiny House Nation! This year, John and Zack are taking a break to cook themselves a proper Thanksgiving Feast. While they're cooking up a storm, they're also counting down some of the most incredible, not-so-tiny kitchens they've ever built. From a full sized kitchen perched high in the Rockies, to an eco-friendly one powered by the California sunshine, all the way to a state-of-the-art kitchen nestled in the heart of Texas. This is one episode the whole family will be thankful for!
Sam and Ken just got married and are looking forward to building their first home together. They both want to be mindful of their footprint, and believe going tiny is the way of the future! They've asked John and Zack to come build them a home that's out of this world, but will their requests to shoot for the moon fall flat, or will John and Zack figure out a way to grab at the stars on this one-of-a-kind build?