After the commercial, Jill continues trying to understand what effect it is Hildi wants them to achieve with the wall goo. Hildi basically tells them to figure out whatever looks nice. She also points out that they're focusing on a small patch of wall right now, and emphasizes that it's the whole that's important. Frink: "Yeah, it'll be bigger and look worse."
Amy Wynn and Edward discuss carpentry. He has four pieces: a bed frame, two open squarish boxes for night tables, and a longer box for the TV. Edward wants a simple bed frame with tightly curved feet ("to give us that Oriental flair"), and he's made a pattern for the shape of the curve.
Hildi and her team roll and smear the goo as she touts the greatness of the idea for adding texture to the walls. Or you could save yourself a lot of trouble and just buy a new house, since it seems to be nearly impossible to buy a new place without some nasty-looking texture on the walls.
Edward wants a flat board to mount on the wall behind the bed, upon which he's going to mount two Indonesian bulletin boards. Indonesian...bulletin boards? No, I don't know any more about that than I do the "snack-down technique." He also wants two night tables that are basically boxes open at the front with a shelf inside. He adds that if she has time to do a routed edge on those, that would be nice.