Jonathan and Drew Scott’s competition to flip two waterfront houses in Galveston, Texas is almost complete as they tackle the front of their houses. Then their flipping expertise is put to the final test when the houses go on the market for the public to make the final call. Whoever sells for the most profit wins and donates the proceeds to a local charity.
Jonathan and Drew Scott re-design their guest bedrooms and bathrooms for Tiffany Brooks & Ben Sargent to judge. The loser has to go out into the Gulf to catch shrimp; then cook a meal for the winner and the judges.
Drew is up 2-1 and Jonathan knows it’s time to come out swinging. The Scott brothers compete to see who can design party-ready outdoor decks and patios for their coastal houses, with mother and daughter duo Mina and Karen from Good Bones judging. Whoever wins this round gets to zip line over Galveston to the beach, while the loser has to navigate an 80-foot rope obstacle course.
The competition now tied 1-1, Drew tries to sway the judges with an over the top master suite when Desert Flippers Eric & Lindsey Bennett arrive to judge the master bedrooms and baths. The winner plays with penguins at Galveston’s Moody Gardens Aquarium while the loser cleans up after them.
The heat is definitely on Jonathan and Drew Scott when DIY’s Brett Waterman comes to town to judge their kitchen spaces. Down 1-0, Jonathan knows it’s time to up his game in order to beat Drew because the winner get’s to try fly boarding in the Gulf.
Jonathan & Drew are on the Gulf Coast and have 7 days to get their living spaces ready for David Bromstad & Egypt Sherrod to judge. It’s a tight race between Jonathan’s 1980’s seaside bungalow and Drew’s 1970’s two-story classic coastal. The loser rides The Cyclone at the local amusement park multiple times.