MPDP appears wearing jeans and a red and orange paisley print shirt that I kind of like. They're in Orlando. Greg and Leah are newlyweds looking for a "romantic getaway" in their bedroom. Leah has that hairstyle with the front half all pasted to the head and the back half short, fluffy and spiky. Amanda and Dennis want to maximize the space in Dennis's studio apartment, which he rents from Amanda. Cut to Amy Wynn, Kia, and Hildi checking out an antique shop.
Greg and Leah's normal-sized bedroom has brownish gold walls, a deeply coved white ceiling, and a tile floor in natural beige and terra cotta shades. The trim is white, and they have two closets with white louvered doors. Their furniture is dark wood; some it is very old, clunky-looking stuff with big blocky wood handles that Greg has had since he was a child. There are a couple of chests of drawers and a small desk used as a vanity table. There's a mirror above each piece of furniture. The bedspread is a patchwork pattern with irregularly shaped rectangular blocks of colour in a soft red, golds, oranges, mossy greens, blues, and amethyst. Then the fabric has a variety of tone-on-tone patterns on it. It's less loud than it sounds from this description. There's a square window above the bed, a door to the outside, and another window opposite the bed, all with white blinds. The two windows have those "window treatments" that are a skimpy hank of fabric swagged across the top with the tails hanging down each side. I really can't stand the way that looks. That isn't a window treatment any more than three feet of binder twine is a belt. There's a modern white ceiling fan. Leah and Greg say it's the only room in the house that isn't done; they want something romantic, exotic, classy, and peaceful. And they've got Kia. Good luck with that. They'd be lucky to get any one of those things. Greg doesn't like the blaring white ceiling and would like to see something done about that. He would also like to see the furniture replaced.
Amanda and Dennis have been friends since high school, and Amanda's house has a garage which has been converted to a studio apartment. Dennis likes the fact that the room is not so huge; it's the right size for him. I'd say it's a typical bachelor place (messy, haphazard, and uninspiring), except that Dennis has a young daughter named Juliana who visits every other weekend and one day a week, so in addition to his own single bed in the middle of the room, there's a white metal daybed pushed against one wall with a floral cover and stuffed animals on it. There are a bunch of toys piled between the corner of the wall and the end of the bed. From the look of the toys, I'm guessing Juliana is somewhere between three and five. The walls are white; the carpet is a mousy brown. There's one very small, narrow window above the daybed. I can't quite figure out where the kitchen and bathroom are. Dennis has a good-sized flat-screen TV in a unit with folding doors that cover the TV. There is some exercise equipment, a small tile-top kitchen table, and a chair, which he seems to use as both a desk and probably an eating area. There are assorted bits and pieces around the room. What Dennis doesn't like about the room is that he can't really invite anybody over to watch TV, because he says "it turns into a slumber party," I guess because there's nowhere to sit other than the beds. Dennis admits that he's scared about having Hildi as his designer; Amanda seems more into the risk. Sure. She doesn't have to live in the room.