The builders put down the pencils and pick up the chainsaws as they start carving away at their tree trunks, hoping to impress the judges who swing by for a first look.
Rahil’s redwood tree trunk starts giving him big problems at the worst possible time. Jory takes a stab of metalworking, leaving Jason in awe.
Design queen Lacey falls short during her concept review with the judges and learns that simplicity is key in this challenge.
Every cut counts and there are no do-overs when the builders must use chainsaws to transform huge tree trunks into fresh furniture.
Members of the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office are surprised when a man attempts to flee on foot, after being handcuffed. He doesn’t get very far.
Jon Taffer and Phil Wills look on in shock as bartenders act like strippers and free booze flows everywhere.
Cheick Kongo has come back from the brink of retirement, before rehabilitation and therapy allowed him to beat his injuries and return to the cage. He brings in considerable size when he faces King Mo on Feb 27, 9/8c live on Spike.
Our resident psychological expert explains why he chose such a radical approach to therapy in this episode. All too often, coaches fail to realize exactly how powerful their words are.
During his private therapy session, Ray Lewis and Dr. Conte see the extent to which Tyson has been impacted by anger issues.
The coaches endure a harsh dose of their own medicine. And when a new coach arrives, he threatens to derail the other coaches’ progress.