- Oh, my gosh.- Holy cow, are wein the right house?
I can't even believe this.
- Cathy: Oh, my gosh.- Christine: Oh, Cathy, this is beautiful.
Adam: Brand-new cabinets all the way around
from our friends overat Cabinets To Go.
- They dida great job for us.- Wow.
All right, shall we check outthe rest of the tour,
move into the living room?
Oh, my gosh.
Skip: We have your hardwood flooring going all the way through,
but instead of running underneath the fireplace,
now you've got a beautifulslate tile underneath there.
Really, really nice.
I am extremely thankful
to Adam and Skipfor fixing this disaster.
Christine: It will finally be nice to live together as a family
the way we've beenwanting to for over a year.
One more little pieceof business to do here.
- Randy.- Skip: Come on in. Join the party.
I hope you didlearn something,
and I hope thisis something
that you never do toanyone again.
It'll neverhappen again, ever.
What did you learn, Randy?
Above everything else,to make sure I communicatebetter.
And the only birthdayyou don't have to work--
sweet 16, baby.
And we're allwell past that one.
The moral of the storyis if it takes your contractor
more than two monthsand five excuses
to get started,find a new contractor.
- Good luck, Randy.- Appreciate it.
Adam: At the end of the day,
I'm satisfied Randy learned his lesson
and now it's timefor him to move on
to his first love--interpretive dance.