The Property Brothers Answer Fans’ Burning Questions on ‘The Scott Seat’

Ever wanted to ask Drew and Jonathan Scott a question? Some lucky fans got the chance as the little red couch hits Stamford, Conn.

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You know Drew and Jonathan Scott from Property Brothers, but how well do you really know them? Fans in Stamford, Conn., got to sit down on The Scott Seat for a no holds-barred Q&A session.

In this episode, the brothers reveal one of the biggest issues they face in home renos, give some insight into how people get on the show (hint: cookies are always a good bribe for the brothers), and get personal about once fighting over a girl — but only after a round of "lie-dentical twins." Check out all the fun from the tiny red couch:

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The Scott brothers answer fan questions and play lie-dentical twins.

Want more time on the seat with Jonathan and Drew? Check out more of The Scott Seat videos. And, check out their latest Property Brothers renovation below. 

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