Props to gforce2002.
MPDP's ripping through a swamp in the Everglades on a boat and squealing with joy. She's wearing jeans and a flowered t-shirt. Insert 'gator-related puns and clichés here. Our pool-playing homeowners are Rhonda and Paul, and Adina and her friend, Alina. Back to MPDP, holding a sullen-looking baby 'gator. Aw. All baby animals are cute, even the deadly ones. There's a bigger one at her feet. They both seem really comatose and un-'gator-like. Maybe Denise Cramsey drugged 'em. Can't have the star getting attacked by carnivorous wild animals. Though...you could promote the heck out of that. Cut to Frank and Doug playing Frisbee with Ty. Ty is wearing a hat I think Gilligan rejected.
Rhonda and Paul want their bedroom updated. It's yet another one of these barn-sized bedrooms. I don't understand the appeal of these bedrooms that are the size of one-bedroom apartments. Even divided into sleeping/dressing/sitting spaces, there's still gobs of square footage left over. Wouldn't people rather have a bigger kitchen, a larger living room, a more spacious bathroom? How about having a bit more of a yard? Why allocate so much space to a room most people just sleep and get dressed in? Most of these McMansion-type places must have good-sized living rooms and family rooms. How much more "sitting space" do you need? I'm sure it seems grand and luxurious when you're buying the house, but be honest: do you really need a bedroom larger than Hugh Hefner's? It doesn't seem to be working for most people. We see episode after episode of homeowners on this show who have no idea how to furnish or decorate such large rooms, wringing their hands and wailing for help. Maybe, just maybe, less could be more. Anyway, it's a big beige box. There's a suite of matching furniture in a warm, orangey-toned wood: dresser, chest of drawers, mirror, tables, bed frame, armoires, etc. There are tchotchkes all over the horizontal surfaces. One half of the room is devoted to the bed. It looks like the headboard is this huge mirrored thing. At the far end of the room, there's sort of a seating/TV-watching area where, I gather, Paul has set up his videogames. There are wood or wood-look blinds on all the windows. The furniture's all placed around the perimeter of the room. If ever a room cried out to have some of the furniture pulled away from the wall, this is it. Rhonda says she loves colour but does not like pastels. That's about all we hear about what they want for this room.