Brother Vs. Brother Season 2: Photo Highlights From Episode 2

Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott are back for an all-new season of Brother Vs. Brother . See before-and-after photos of the renovations from episode 2.

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Jonathan: 1, Drew: 0

During the season two premiere of Brother Vs. Brother, Team Jonathan redeemed themselves with a ranch home victory. Now, Team Drew is ready for a rematch in the second challenge with his team of four.

Guest Judges: Tarek and Christina El Moussa

Power couple and property flipping experts Tarek and Christina El Moussa from HGTV's Flip or Flop served as this week's judges.

Second Challenge: What Would the Brothers Do?

To determine which team gets to choose the first house, Jonathan and Drew ask: "What would the brothers do?" The brothers went through the 75-year-old bungalow and agreed upon their top three renovation choices. Each team has one minute to figure out what those choices are. The winning team gets to keep the house and steal $2,000 from the losing team.

And the Winner Is...

Team Jonathan picked curb appeal, kitchen counters and French doors, while Team Drew chose kitchen counters, curb appeal and paint. Jonathan and Drew's top three renovation choices were kitchen counters, French doors and entertainment built-ins, so Team Jonathan wins again. Team Jonathan chose to keep the current home and added $2,000 to their budget.

Ready to Renovate

Team Jonathan has three days and a budget of $37,000 to make over their property. The home is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom bungalow built in 1939. At the beginning of the competition, it was valued at $605,000.

Team Jonathan: Exterior, Before

Homeowners Ed and Susan want an updated home, both inside and out. Once an unkept mess, Rick put his landscaping skills to work to liven up the curb appeal.

Team Jonathan: The Exterior Plan

Rick recognizes the importance of an appealing exterior, so he planned to beef up the front porch columns, remove the unattractive shrubbery and clean everything up to create a beautiful entry.

Team Jonathan: Exterior, After

Rick re-framed the porch and added a stunning selection of plants and trees to create a warm welcome. The $2,137 investment resulted in $3,250 of added value.

Team Jonathan: Living Room, Before

The homeowners' living room arrangement was awkward, cramped and lifeless.

Team Jonathan: Living Room, After

Stayce and Peggy reconfigured the space to create a more efficient layout with a key focal point and defined areas.

Team Jonathan: Living Room, After

Stayce spent $12,200 of the budget on brand-new flooring throughout the living room and dining room.

Team Jonathan: Fireplace, Before

Before, the living room fireplace featured a bland and outdated brick surround.

Team Jonathan: Fireplace, After

Peggy spent $2,630 on brand-new tiles and stone to build a sleek and stunning fireplace surround that fits into the home's new aesthetic.

Team Jonathan: Dining Room, Before

Before, the dining room was a cramped and nonexistent area in the living room.

Team Jonathan: The Dining Room Plan

The dining room table was crammed between the family room and the kitchen, so Stayce brought it up front and into the living room to create a new dining room with a built-in buffet.

Team Jonathan: Dining Room, After

A lighter color palette and more cohesive arrangement make the space feel much larger, even with two separate spaces in one. So, a $15,807 investment put into the living room, dining room and fireplace produced $18,500 in added value.

Team Jonathan: Dining Room, After

Stayce likes to put her personal stamp on projects by building furniture for multiple uses, like the dining room buffet. "If someone wanted to come back in and take the dining room out...it doesn't look like a dining room buffet; it's going to look like an entertainment center, as well," says Stayce.

Team Jonathan: Kitchen, Before

The homeowners' least favorite spot is the dark and outdated kitchen. Adi and Joe planned to demo the entire space, install new cabinets, buy new appliances and add a backsplash. Joe also planned to build a breakfast bar.

Team Jonathan: Kitchen, After

This kitchen once lacked character and color, but now it's an inspiring culinary workspace. "It's beautiful! It's like a chef's dream," says judge and Flip or Flop host Christina El Moussa.

Team Jonathan: Kitchen, After

In the renovation, Adi installed brand-new white cabinets, new countertops, stainless steel appliances and finished the space off with a herringbone (and budget-friendly!) tile backsplash. As a matter of fact, Adi found the recycled tile pieces at a salvage store for $11 total.

Team Jonathan: Kitchen, After

Joe contributed to the kitchen renovation with a neutral island that doubles as a breakfast bar. Adi and Joe invested $16,944 and received $22,100 in added value.

Team Jonathan: Family Room, Before

Just off the kitchen, the homeowners had a neutral family room that needed an uplift.

Team Jonathan: Family Room, After

Joe turned the entire wall into a built-in entertainment unit with open shelving and TV storage. The judges, however, felt the work looked unfinished. "There's so many things in this house where they didn't do that last five percent of the work, and it makes it feel shoddy," says Drew.

Team Jonathan: Family Room, After

Joe invested $1,245 into his family room makeover, producing $5,150 in added value.

Team Drew: Living Room, Before

Team Drew's property is a three-bedroom, one-bathroom home built in 1920. The team also has three days and a lower budget of $33,000 to work with. The home was originally valued at $410,000. Here, the grim living room is fitted with old carpet and drab wood paneling.

Team Drew: The Living Room Plan

Eric planned a small-budget makeover in the living room. He's going to remove the wood paneling, add two tones of gray and install wood trim to create a more contemporary feel. "Now it's time to showcase my artistic side," says Eric.

Team Drew: Living Room, After

The dingy carpet was replaced with hardwood flooring, and the once inefficient space is now a multifunctional living and dining room with a cohesive color palette. "It went from creepy cabin to ultra-modern," says judge Christina.

Team Drew: Living Room, After

"The only thing, in my opinion, that's still an eyesore is the ceiling. Why didn't they spend the money on the ceiling?" asks judge and Flip or Flop host Tarek El Moussa. The small budget left Team Drew with only minor fixes in this space, which didn't include removing the ceiling tiles.

Team Drew: Living Room, After

The judges loved the lightened and brightened space. Eric invested $6,550 in the living room overhaul and produced an added value of $17,150.

Team Drew: Kitchen, Before

Homeowners Sasha and Vivian were tired of their outdated kitchen, from the cabinets to the linoleum flooring. Thomas planned to gut the entire kitchen and give it a taste of modernity.

Team Drew: Kitchen, After

Thomas spent three days in the kitchen replacing the cabinets, adding new appliances, installing a modern tile backsplash and giving the homeowners beautiful, brand-new flooring.

Team Drew: Kitchen, After

The judges loved the look of the light, bright kitchen renovation, but questioned the purchase of all-white appliances. "Why wouldn't they spend a couple of hundred dollars extra to get stainless?" asks judge Tarek. "I don't mind the white appliances, but the fridge just kind of sticks out too much," says judge Christina.

Team Drew: Kitchen, After

Overall, Thomas invested $11,792 in the kitchen remodel and received $18,500 in added value.

Team Drew: Master Suite, Before

Originally a cluttered music room and adjacent laundry room, Team Drew instantly saw potential in turning the space into a spacious master suite.

Team Drew: The Master Suite Plan

Melissa took over both the team's budget and the master bedroom in the second challenge. She planned to remove the wood paneling, add carpet flooring and give the space colorful furnishings.

Team Drew: Master Suite, After

Melissa completely transformed the former music room into a romantic master bedroom by using tones of gray and splashes of bright accent hues. Painting the ceiling beams white created a modern cottage feel.

Team Drew: Master Suite, After

The wood-paneled wall was replaced with drywall for a more updated look. The judges agreed the space was a huge selling point. Melissa invested $1,045 and received an added value of $3,850.

Team Drew: Master Bathroom, Before

The homeowner's needed a laundry room alternative. Their current space had visible water damage and was barely functional. Six planned to work with Melissa on the master suite project by turning the laundry room into a master bathroom with a spot for a stackable washer and dryer. "My plan for the bathroom — it's absolutely ambitious," says Six.

Team Drew: Master Bathroom, After

Six transformed the non-functional laundry room into a spacious, spa-like master bathroom by installing a dual-sink vanity, toilet and shower. Unfortunately, Melissa's mismanaged budget left the space without a stackable unit. "I see that there's a washer and dryer hookup right here, but there's no washer and dryer. That's actually a big problem for me,” says judge and Flip or Flip star Tarek El Moussa.

Team Drew: Master Bathroom, After

Although the space lost value because of the missing washer and dryer, the judges loved the creation of the spa-like master bath. Six's investment of $8,508 created an added value of $13,500.

Which Team Will Win?

Jonathan, Drew and the judges tour each home and make their calculations before deciding which team added the most value. And the winner for this challenge is ...

Team Drew!

Team Drew added $50,000 of value to their property in just three days, while Team Jonathan added $49,000 — a difference of just $1,000! Now, Jonathan must send someone home. "We did lose this competition because of the work that was not finished. And Joe, unfortunately, you didn't finish a lot of the work that you started," says Jonathan. Joe was sent home.

Drew: 1, Jonathan: 1

Team Drew's win evens the score back up. Who will break up the tie in the third challenge?