Season 2, Episode 13

Couple Crafts Keen Kitchen for a Chance to Win Cash

Host Matt Blashaw challenges a couple to update their shabby kitchen like pros for a chance to win cash. When the project is finished, Matt, along with kitchen contractor and guest expert, Jeremy Pfaff, will judge the quality of the finished work and price it out. If married couple Melvin and Franchette McCurley are able to do it for less, they win the difference in cash. Melvin has already completed several remodeling projects, but likes to take his time. Franchette has been waiting for him to update the kitchen since they got married four years ago, and she's past ready for him to get started on this project. If Melvin can move fast enough to make Franchette happy, they might end up with the kitchen of their dreams. But Melvin may have taken on too much as he encounters unven floors, an unlevel ceiling, ancient wiring and one seriously late set of cabinets.
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