The stars come out at the flea market, as actor sisters Lorraine and Elizabeth Bracco take on network news anchor Amy Robach and her husband, former Melrose Place hunk Andrew Shue. The competition starts at the flea market, where both celeb teams get $500 and only one hour to find the three projects on their flip list: All That Glitters, Movie Star Modern and Newsworthy Design. They take their finds into the workshop to create one-of-kind pieces, including turning industrial pipe racks into a pair of side tables and reimagining a captain's desktop as an entryway piece. Back at the flea market, the team that makes the bigger profit takes home $5,000.
The forecast calls for serious flipping as ABC News meteorologist Ginger Zee and her husband, Ben Aaron, take on fellow ABC News meteorologist Rob Marciano and his friend, Melissa, for $5,000 and bragging rights. The competition kicks off at the flea market, where each team gets $500 and one hour to shop for three projects on their flip list: Weathered and Worn, Sustainable Design and Sky's the Limit. The teams create unique pieces in the workshop, using a mattress spring for a coffee table and transforming a cobbler's bench into a statement piece. Back to the flea market, the team that makes the bigger profit wins the $5,000 prize.
Funnyman Gilbert Gottfried and his wife, Dara, face off against comedian Michelle Collins and her friend, Fiona, for $5,000 and bragging rights. At the flea market, each team gets $500 and one hour to find the three projects on their flip list: Twisted Traditional, Pop of Color and You've Gotta Be Kidding Me. In the workshop, they create some amazing pieces, including a coffee table from an industrial baking pan and a console table from wooden scaffolding. The team that makes the most at the flea market takes home $5,000.
It's battle of the pros as married pickers Chris and Kristen take on fellow pro-pickers Gerry and Michelle for $5,000. The competition begins at the flea market, where each team gets $500 and one hour to find three projects on their flip list, which includes Mix and Mash, Upcycled Salvage and a Dealer's Choice project. In the workshop, the teams create one-of-a-kind pieces by transforming a chicken crate into a coffee table and giving a vintage record cabinet a colorful upgrade. The pros then head back to the flea market, where the team that makes the bigger profit takes home $5,000.
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