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Vanilla Ice has gone from rapping music to rapping nails. The '90s pop icon has been in the home-flipping business for nearly two decades, a hit renovator just as much as he was a hit music maker. The projects profiled in this series are mega-square-foot mansions in Palm Beach, Fla., where Ice tries to keep his cool as he manages his crew of contractors and oversees state-of-the-art remodels decked out with the latest in-home technology. When he's done and admires all the changes, might he shout out, "Nice, nice baby!"?

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With the open house just days away, Rob and the crew put the pedal to the metal to finish their most epic renovation to date; from the souped-up garage to the interior design in the main house, there's a long list of things that need to be completed.
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Rob and his crew pull out all the stops to make the master bathroom one for the history books; a custom stretch ceiling takes the space to new heights, while a gold-plated bathtub is a feast for the eyes.
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Rob takes the master bedroom to the edge by adding an exclusive balcony and luxurious details fit for modern royalty; custom drapes and plenty of bling are enough to make this master suite sing.
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Rob and the ninjas take the exterior to the extreme by installing estate gates and revamping the landscape; it's all hands on deck to give this property some kickin' curb appeal that will bring buyers to the door.
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Rob and the ninjas get a workout tackling a massive chandelier in the foyer and heavy exercise equipment in the club room; in the game room, a custom mural makes a statement and adds a touch of old-school charm to a modern space.
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The home's big backyard is a huge selling point, but there's a lot of wasted space; Rob and the ninjas get down to business installing a landing pad and a luxury hanger while restoring the run-down tennis court and getting it ready for action.
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The kitchen lacks the space and grace that Rob seeks; he and the ninjas come up with a plan to give the heart of the home a full facelift with plenty of bling; then, they transform the living room into an area fit for the whole family.
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At Rob's latest project in Palm Beach, Fla., the current state of the pool spells disaster; it's small and square, not to mention filthy; Rob designs a whole new look for this outdated eyesore to make it pool party-worthy.
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After surveying the Palm Beach, Fla., property and running the numbers, Rob decides to start from scratch; he and his team only have 90 days to demo and rebuild the shell; in classic ninja style, they get straight to work tearing down walls.
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Rob and Wes hunt for their next project in Palm Beach, Fla.; they check out four properties with a lot of potential; after a scary situation leaves them spooked, the choice is clear, and Rob is ready to take on his biggest project yet.

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