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So you think you have a high-maintenance friend or co-worker in your life? Meet Jeff Lewis, one of the most colorful real estate speculators in Los Angeles, whose obsessive-compulsive tendencies are exceeded only by the eccentricities of his friends -- and the success of his business. With the downturn in the housing market, Lewis subsequently lessened his interest in flipping properties and focused on his design consulting business. Whether he's flipping or designing, Lewis relies on his staff to help him get his projects done.

Latest episodes

aired 213 days ago
As the baby's due date approaches, Jeff and his team rush to make final preparations; worried about missing the birth, Jeff and Gage head to northern California to wait for the call; after nine months of pregnancy, they finally meet their daughter.
aired 350 days ago
The whole staff travels to Chicago for Jenni's wedding; Jeff butts heads with the wedding planner.
aired 379 days ago
Lea Black leads a productivity seminar at Jeff Lewis Design, which brings a lot of issues to the surface and sparks a mass exodus; Jeff and Jenni have it out; Jeff and Jenni's relationship may not survive, and Jeff may not have any employees left.
aired 386 days ago
Jeff is concerned with pleasing his new client's girlfriend who will be making most of the design decisions; Lea Black is in town to get started on her kitchen demolition; Jeff realizes his employees lack motivation; Megan makes a difficult decision.
aired 395 days ago
Attempting to start fresh, Jeff turns to friend Teddi Mellencamp's accountability program; JLD finds out that clients Liat and Trevor are headed for divorce; Jenni finds her dream home and hopes to quickly sell her house.
aired 403 days ago
Julie's overly-involved approach to the flipping process clashes with Jeff's working style; with construction completed, the group sets out to furnish Heather's place; Valley Vista sees more personnel changes.
aired 412 days ago
Jeff's grandmother is rushed to the hospital; the added pressure doesn't stop any of his projects from moving forward; Jeff takes his frustration out on his employees and reevaluates who should remain on the payroll.
aired 412 days ago
Jeff and Gage compete over who does what around the house and whose flip is moving along the fastest; new troubles pop up at Valley Vista and Old Hollywood; team JLD is rehired by Calabasas clients Liat and Trevor.
aired 417 days ago
Jeff's project managers clash, only adding to the chaos he was hoping to alleviate; neighbor Lea Black is back in town and ready to get to work on renovating her kitchen; Jeff runs into trouble with another neighbor.
aired 417 days ago
The team heads to New York City; it's Monroe's first trip, making Jeff and Gage nervous; Jeff charters a private plane and brings along Monroe's nanny and grandparents; the team searches for real estate for Jeff's client, Julie Grossi.
aired 417 days ago
Gage lands a photo shoot for Jeff with furniture company Alder & Tweed; while the JLD crew scrambles to get everything in place, Jeff remains focused on Valley Vista; Jeff fails to endear himself to his new clients.
aired 421 days ago
Jeff focuses on flipping properties; there have been multiple additions to the team, with Jeff relying heavily on his new full-time assistant, Tyler; when Jenni returns from maternity leave, Jeff is not exactly sure where she fits in.
aired 431 days ago
Jeff and Gage face numerous challenges, caring for a newborn, moving into a new home and pushing the business into different directions, but Monroe's baptism is an opportunity to celebrate their blessings.
aired 431 days ago
In the wake of Gema's exit, Jeff receives a text message full of shocking accusations; drama ensues between the remaining housekeepers; Jeff and Gage juggle work and home life; when Jeff and Zoila meet, their conversation takes an unexpected turn.
aired 440 days ago
Back from Orlando, Fla., Jeff prepares his father's condominium for the market, schedules more demolition at Valley Vista and goes house hunting with one of his favorite clients, Jeanne Shaw; then, the childcare situation takes a turn for the worse.
aired 440 days ago
Monroe's new nanny seems to be a great fit; the team heads to Florida to tour socialite Jackie Siegel's Versailles mansion, which is the largest and most expensive single-family house in the United States and represents a job opportunity for Jeff.
aired 456 days ago
Moving day proves difficult for Jeff and Gage, as they have to work around Monroe's nap and feeding schedules; following the tumultuous move, the trio is finally able to settle into a routine; a client introduces Jeff to socialite Jackie Siegel.
aired 456 days ago
Jeff refuses to let his newborn baby slow him down; he plans to move into his New Hollywood project to make room for the end of construction at Vista Valley; Gage lags behind, leaving Jeff to wonder if the tension between them will ever subside.
aired 456 days ago
Jeff and Gage bring baby Monroe home; a three-month hiatus sees major changes at the JLD office, including Vanina's absence and a revolving door of nannies; the office assistant leaves after writing a detailed criticism of his time at the office.
aired 456 days ago
Vanina continues to report to work after her breakdown; Jeff has an opportunity to buy another house, which means more change is on the horizon; Jenni has good news, then an illness threatens her health and her hope for a growing family.
aired 456 days ago
The countdown to the baby's due date leaves no time for slowing down; while demo at home in Valley Vista starts on the master suite, Jeff and his team continue to work with clients; Gage's stress becomes obvious.

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