Carlos, much to Hildi's dumsquizzlement, is organizing the records by musical genre. Dude, you've only got two days. Hildi says there's no time for that. Carlos asks what they're doing about the ceiling fan. Hildi says, "It's G-O-N-E." Hildi wants him to install a track light she bought, which will allow them to aim the lights at the different-coloured walls. Carlos thinks that will look nice.
Dana and Lynette paint while MPDP and Vern prime. MPDP takes a shot at Vern's height, saying she'll do the high part of the wall. Vern laughs and Dana warns her, "Hey...that's my Vern you're talking about. You be nice." Vern threatens to prime MPDP.
Hildi tells Ty -- who's wearing a t-shirt featuring a drawing of a somewhat disturbed-looking beaver (patron animal of carpenters, I guess?) -- that she doesn't have drawings because she kind of had one idea and Ty apparently suggested something else. Hildi seems to like his idea. They yatter about whether it's an armoire or an entertainment unit; Ty describes his idea, which is to make a long, low storage unit for the TV and stereo equipment. Basically, they're going to be rectangular boxes on a low platform that will go against the record wall. Ty wants to cover the boxes with pegboard and paint it bright colours, and hide the speakers inside. Don't know how good that'll sound. Hildi hopes she has enough paint for all this since she only bought a quart of each colour for the walls. That seems like it's cutting it pretty close. Ty's not sure if he can get the three tabletops she wants ready for today, but Hildi says she can probably paint those first thing in the morning.
Money shot: Vern removes the ceiling fan. His team cheers. Vern says he's never heard that for the money shot before. Only he doesn't call it a "money shot" 'cause he's way too classy for that.
Hildi reveals her paint: a kind of light daffodil yellow, turquoise (which she keeps calling teal, which it so isn't), coral/orange, and a light Barney purple. Yucko. The purple is not the purple that's in the scarf at all; it's a much redder and more obnoxious shade of purple. Hildi paints samples of each colour on the wall it's supposed to go on. When she paints the coral sample, she draws an orange and paints a smiley face inside it. "Happy wall!" she declares. Hildi tells Laura and Carlos to trust her that it's all going to tie in with the centre, which will be the coffee table featuring the scarf.
Vern and Lynette start measuring to cut the wallpaper. Lynette clarifies that she loves wallpaper but is concerned about Laura liking it. Lynette mentions that this paper is more like wood than like regular wallpaper; Vern emphasizes that it is actually wood veneer, laminated to paper.