Doug tells Chris and Stacey to touch up the walls, remove the ceiling fan, and paint the molding for the bottom of the new divider wall. Doug says he doesn't have paint for the moulding, but tells them to find something in the garage. He's sure they've got something to match the existing trim. And if they don't? Well, I guess it's a good thing he went for primed molding. At least it will be white.
Frank tells Jody and Michelle to replace the hardware on the chest of drawers and paint the tops for the nightstands with some black paint.
Doug leaves, expressing his hope to Ty that he'll get done tonight. Ty wishes Doug a good time, whatever he does. Doug: "I'll have one for you." Ty: "Good. Have a few."
Day Two. Jody and Michelle are having coffee in the kitchen when MPDP wanders in and greets them. They tell her they didn't have too late a night. Frank arrives and without a word of greeting, announces, "Valances, drapes, canopy, installation, loading, finished, go!" He takes off. They follow him.
Doug arrives carrying a box and finds his team on the sleeping side of the big red divider. He says their faces look guilty -- I guess because they're still painting this thing. But I know MDF can suck up primer, so they probably had to do at least two coats of that, and since the paint is red, I wouldn't be surprised if they were on their third coat of red. Anyway, it's not explained. Doug seems to be in a good enough mood and the thing is almost done. They still need to put the baseboards on it. He picked up a couple of lights last night. He says they still have to bring the bed in, and makes reference to stealing furniture and other stuff from elsewhere in the house. Apparently, Jody and Michelle have quite a lot of ransacking to do.
Frank shows Michelle two pairs of trash baskets made from some natural fibre, probably rattan or bamboo. They're a trapezoidal shape, and he's putting the bottom one upside down and stacking the other one on top of it right side up. Then he's going to put the wooden tray-type thing on top as a surface and set a tile into that. Frink thinks they look better than he expected them to when Frank mentioned using trash baskets. I'm kind of indifferent, although at least the use of a natural grass fibre evokes something of India, unlike the white painted chest of drawers-cum-TV cabinet.