Jill and Amy Wynn install the last of the three large new shelves.
Edward tells his team to bring in the mattress and box spring.
MPDP comes in and finds Amy Wynn, Jill, and Craig each lying on one of the shelves. She crawls in underneath the bottom one. Frink thinks they look like they're staying in a Japanese hotel. Either MPDP has incredible faith in the carpentry on this show, or she's an idiot. (I suppose they're not mutually exclusive.) Because if those shelves fell down, I'd estimate she'd to have about 500 lbs of human and MDF on her. MPDP wants to know how much longer the room is going to take. Amy Wynn says she's done everything she has to do in the room and is therefore the only one allowed to relax. MPDP points out that she's relaxing on the shelves Craig and Jill have to paint.
Brent and Carla stuff pillows and have the "are you nervous about our house?" conversation.
Hildi arrives and hands Amy Wynn a tray of paint so that she can start painting up there. MPDP and Hildi go off to get more rollers so that they can hustle this along.
Edward and his team are installing the lambrequins. Carla says it looks like the entrance to the Secret Palace.
Hildi's polishing the glass of some art that's been hung on the wall. She starts to explain her choices and interrupts herself to hand them some Swiffers, saying, "Here, why don't you Swiffer while we talk?" Frink: "Hmm. Shouldn't she tell us where she bought those Swiffer cloths? Wasn't it at Lowe's?" She says that these three paintings were the only three she could find that were "sort of like a composite." I think she means that these were the only three that went together visually. These three are abstract paintings in neutral tones with some light blue by Conrad Marca-Relli. There's a large one in the middle and a smaller ones one each side. Hildi says that Brent's father's paintings are much more colourful, and they're going to scatter them around the room. There will also be paintings leaned against the wall on the shelves.
Edward affixes lambrequins as Carla says she'd like to have this room.
Woohoo, time to wrap it up. Hey, there's Hitchcock, lurking behind the lamp on the end table. When they finish the sequence, Hildi's at the piano, and suggests they celebrate by doing a little piano dance. Jill: "No. Let's go." MPDP appears on the bed in a meditation pose, saying, "Tiiime's...up!" Edward comes in and pulls her, laughing, off the bed. "Will Edward's Buddha-inspired bedroom fill Craig and Jill with good karma? Will Hildi's gallery of art awe and inspire Carla and Brent?" On the way to commercial, we get to see the piano fiasco again, complete with sound effect.