Interior decorator gives Chuy pointers
A look at what happens when a southern town's unspoken code of rules and behavior is shattered by three courageous women who strike up an unlikely friendship.
Designer Nate Berkus says he knew from the time he was 8 or 9 that he was gay, but he didn't come out to his family until he was in college. In fact, Nate says, his stepfather found out before he even told him. Watch as Nate opens up about that conversation with his stepfather and how his mother reacted. Plus, Nate offers advice to people who want to come out and to their families.
The Blue Team's Dining Room, Kitchen and Bathroom are revealed..
The remaining eight designers are split into pairs to renovate modular homes. The winning team wins a spread in Better Homes and Gardens magazine.
In this episode, 2 of the American Dream Builders start barking at each other, and the others just want everyone to get along.
"This is either going to be the coolest thing ever seen, or the ugliest thing in the neighborhood."
Vanessa's bedroom has potential but one of the judges is having a hard time understanding why she covered up a window when that's what being out in the woods is all about.
Elaine forgets Darren's things and he is not happy.
The judges like what they see from the Red Team.
The Judges are blown away by the fantasy bathroom.
Comcast.net's Victor Balta chats with judge Jamie Oliver and host Nate Berkus.
Designer Nate Berkus says that when he came out to his family, his father had the hardest time. Nate says he eventually sat down with his father and explained that being gay is not a choice; it's the way he was born. Watch as Nate shares the story of the conversation that moved their relationship forward.
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