Frank says they're reusing the navy blue drapes because they go with the colours they're using and they're good curtains. He says they may alter the valance a bit, but he's still deciding on that.
MPDP shows up to see how things are going for Ty. He says that things are coming along. Chris is wearing a pair of safety glasses that are just enormous on his face for some reason. Chris says that he thinks things are going great, but that he's concerned that Ty's been working on this room almost all day, so he's sort of wondering what's getting done (or not) for his house. MPDP laughs and tells him he's a "very perceptive fellow."
Frank takes Jody through an excruciatingly boring segment of step-by-painful-step sewing instruction. I'm going to spare you all, and you're going to be grateful, dammit.
MPDP wonders when Ty expects he will be able to start working on things at the other house. Ty, climbing up onto the ladder, wonders if there's anything particularly critical going on at the other house that he needs to know about. MPDP hesitantly admits that there isn't, and then leans over to grab the back of Ty's pants and hoist them up (though there was no crackage that I could see -- I guess she was just generally offended). I don't know, it's nothing I need to see either, but isn't that the crop top calling the belly shirt black? We see more of MPDP's midriff than we do of cheap fabric and bloated egos on this show. MPDP walks away, complaining that she needs sunglasses or something to keep from going blind. Heh. Ty suggests putting "a little caulk in that crack." Too...many...jokes...brain...meltdown. I guess at the very least we can conclude he's not a size queen.
It turns out Jody's sewed all four sides of the cushion closed. He claims Frank didn't tell him to leave an opening. He and Frank bicker gently about it.
Ty continues working on the wall as Chris and Stacey pick price stickers and whatnot off the MDF. Doug says it would have been nice if Ty had put those sides facing in, but he didn't want to ask too much. Ty thinks that was a good choice. Doug assigns his homework: they have to prime the wall and paint it red. He slaps some paint on the wall to show the colour. My God, but that looks like a screaming red. No doubt it's rust in real life, but there's just no orange or brown tones to it at all on TV.
Frank assigns homework. Ty's built the "container" for the top of the chest of drawers. It looks very makeshift. I don't think this habit of adding boxes onto existing furniture works at all; I can't recall ever once seeing it look good on this show. They should all just stop doing it, because it doesn't work. It especially doesn't work when you stick a big rectilinear box on top of something with a curvy footprint, as this chest has. Anyway, Frank tells them to remove the hardware, sand the drawers, and paint them burgundy. He wants the frame and the new box on top of it painted what he calls oyster white. Burgundy? I don't think burgundy is going to work with these purple walls.