Raj asks Carlos whether the bathroom upstairs is fully finished. Are you telling me he didn't have an eye on it as time expired? That is...insane. But he apparently didn't know this was happening, because when he goes upstairs to check, he seems disheartened to find that while the appliances are sitting in the bathroom ready to be installed, the bathroom remains completely torn up, and nothing is done. So it looks like a complete mess. For perhaps the first time ever, this particular team just plain didn't finish the work in the time allotted. They've hinted at the possibility that that might happen on a few tasks in the past, but I don't think it's ever actually happened before. A very unhappy Raj surveys the sad-ass landscape.
We return to the neighborhood and the Mosaichaus, where Sandy meets the appraisers in the front yard. She says she felt pretty good about the house. She brings them in, and we see that in what looks like the living room, they have (it appears) torn up some horrid carpeting and unveiled the wood floors. And they've enormously improved the bathroom, as well. They added cabinets and stuff in the kitchen, and put in a new floor. Other parts of the house got carpeting, and they added a full bath upstairs.
At the Apex Money Pit, Raj is ready to conduct the tour. He shows them the exterior very proudly, and kind of stands there. (LTG: "Heh. He doesn't want them to go inside.") They do go inside, though, and Raj tries to put the best face on their minimal effort by claiming that they did it to maintain flexibility for the homeowners. Because you never know when people might want to leave exactly the same ugly fixtures that are in the house already, and squelching people's creativity is like choking kittens. Anyway, out of respect for any future purchasers, they've renovated the house by...cleaning up, some. The kitchen does have new handles on the cabinets and a new dishwasher. As he takes the appraisers upstairs, though, Raj is forced to explain that after they covered the stairs with brand-new carpeting, the carpeting was destroyed by the tracking of mud and paint. Carolyn marvels at the fact that they didn't cover up the carpeting while they worked, which...yeah, I think even I would have gotten that, especially with all the rain. And then he takes them to the uncompleted bathroom, trying to explain that while it's not finished, there is the promise of a bathroom. It's about hope! In an interview, NotGeorge says that Raj basically had the right idea in adding the bathroom upstairs, but the effect is just a little bit ruined by the fact that the bathroom didn't actually get done.