Josh Flagg and Josh Altman continue to debate who stole whose client. But when Altman brings Grandma Edith into the equation Flagg loses it -- and the slap heard around the world is born.
Madison's clients, Ethan and Lousine, are counting on him to find the perfect family-friendly home.
Madison eventually convinces his clients that there is more to Malibu than just 'Baywatch.' He is the expert in the 'Bu, after all.
Josh, Colton, and Godzilla take a look at some houses. . .and condos. Where will the couple and their precious pooch end up?
Colton thinks that they are home in this bungalow house, but Josh is too busy texting to get comfortable.
Altman meets with well-known jeweler -- and potential client -- Michael. Josh doesn't want to blow this listing since it can be one of the biggest sells of his career.
Josh claims that he is perfect for this villa listing because he has just the right international connections.
Michael knows that he can count on Josh to sell his house for $10 million. But there's an added challenge: Mike wants the house sold in 30 days.
Flagg's pal Janet, comes along for the condo tour to swoon Colton into liking it. We're super charmed by Janet's amazing sweater.
Colton still didn't seem to budge, but it was worth the try!
For an impeccable house like Michael's, forget a brokers open. The Altmans invited concierges with international clients who might be interested.
With 27 days left, the clock is ticking and Josh doesn't want to lose this amazing listing opportunity.
Onto their second house option, Colton is getting the feeling that Josh doesn't want to commit.
Josh tries to to call a broker for another condo listing, since he doesn't want something as permanent as a house. But Colton is ready for him to commit to something more than just an apartment.
Josh and his mom talk about Colton over lunch. Reality sets in when she tells him that Colton will leave if he doesn't change his ways.
Josh does love Colton, but he still seems stubborn to the idea of sacrificing the life he loves so much.
Josh does some private showings with hopes that a client will come through and buy the house with two weeks left in Michael's window.
Ethan and Lousine meet with Madison to talk about the Rambla Orienta listing. They have high hopes about getting the house.
The sellers countered Madison's client offer with their original listing price ($2.4 million). Lousine isn't happy with the result and expects Madison to come through with the listing at the price he promised.
Feeling the pressure, Madison knows that he has to make some calls to make this listing happen.
Josh has come to terms that he wants to make Colton happy and get the house. Unfortunately, other buyers are strongly interested in the same abode -- and Josh is put in a tight situation. You know Josh Flagg doesn't pay listing price.
Thirty days have flown by and the Altman brother still don't have Mike's house sold. After a very stressful phone call, the brothers convince Mike that they can have the house sold in an additional 30 days.
As the day gets closer for Josh to propose to Heather, he is getting nervous that he's going to biff this big moment.
What better way to practice than by proposing to your brother? Matt didn't seem convinced but t was a practice proposal.
Madison finally came through and got his clients the house that they wanted. Everyone is happy.
Madison reflects on everything that has happened in the past year. Despite his failed relationship, he has learned to love and be open. Plus, he got an adorable new dog!
Heather thinks that they are here to tour a big-ticket house, when Josh clearly has other intentions.
Josh is is off his A-game tonight and Heather is extremely nervous about his behavior.
After some tension between Colton and Josh, the two were better than OK when Josh broke the news that he purchased the Doheny Drive house (for more than the asking price). Now that's real love.
Surprise! After three years and an extremely cute speech, Josh finally got the courage to propose to Heather at the house tour. She said yes!