Moving day proves difficult for Jeff and Gage, as they have to work around Monroe's nap and feeding schedules; following the tumultuous move, the trio is finally able to settle into a routine; a client introduces Jeff to socialite Jackie Siegel.
Jeff refuses to let his newborn baby slow him down; he plans to move into his New Hollywood project to make room for the end of construction at Vista Valley; Gage lags behind, leaving Jeff to wonder if the tension between them will ever subside.
Jeff and Gage bring baby Monroe home; a three-month hiatus sees major changes at the JLD office, including Vanina's absence and a revolving door of nannies; the office assistant leaves after writing a detailed criticism of his time at the office.
As the baby's due date approaches, Jeff and his team rush to make final preparations; worried about missing the birth, Jeff and Gage head to northern California to wait for the call; after nine months of pregnancy, they finally meet their daughter.
Vanina continues to report to work after her breakdown; Jeff has an opportunity to buy another house, which means more change is on the horizon; Jenni has good news, then an illness threatens her health and her hope for a growing family.
The countdown to the baby's due date leaves no time for slowing down; while demo at home in Valley Vista starts on the master suite, Jeff and his team continue to work with clients; Gage's stress becomes obvious.
Desperate to make progress on his house, Jeff decides to cram the entire kitchen into his office; Jeff and Gage find themselves in a power struggle before leaving town to meet up with Alexandra; Zoila moves out to make room for the nursery.
Jeff's paternal instincts kick in when ducklings show up in the backyard; Gage tries to pick up the slack after Matt's resignation; Jeff and Gage face problems with their architect; Jenni switches to in vitro fertilization.
Zoila takes a weeklong leave of absence after a series of mistakes pushes Jeff to his breaking point; Jeff consults with his therapist, Dr. Donna, and admits his worries over having to balance his business with a new baby girl.
Jeff gets more clients and believes his luck has turned around; Jeff begins to suspect that Gage's assistant, Matt, may be leaving JLD; the pressure of living in a house under construction takes a toll on one of Jeff's longstanding relationship.
Jeff explores forming a partnership with a furniture company; stress mounts as the team realizes it has to impress the entire family behind the retailer; Jenni struggles with fertility issues as Jeff and Gage look forward to the birth of their baby.
Jeff struggles to please his client, forcing him to make a difficult decision; after constant bickering, Jeff and Gage try to reconnect and listen to their unborn child's heartbeat at Alexandra's first ultrasound.
Attempting to diversify his business, Jeff heads to San Diego to meet with a new client who has million-dollar condominiums; Jenni reveals that she and her husband have decided to have a second baby; problems arise with Jeff's contractor, Frank.
Jeff and Gage finally receive the happy news that Alexandra is pregnant; Jeff struggles to keep his longstanding client, Chaz Dean, happy; Jeff wonders if his new assistant, Ashlyn, wants to remain with the company.
Jeff and Gage head to the doctor's office with their surrogate, Alexandra, for the implantation of their embryos; Jenni strives to keep a new client happy while heading to her first parent-teacher conference.
After his business takes an unexpected turn, Jeff Lewis is determined to find new clients, and he faces bigger challenges than ever before; Jeff causes upheaval by moving the gang into a flip that is still under construction.
While Jeff and Gage meet the woman who will carry their baby for the first time, Jeff starts to have second thoughts due to the constant bickering between Gage and Zoila.
From failing to adequately mourn the loss of their cat to stressing out over the move, things start to go wrong for Jeff and Gage, and tensions build to an unbearable pitch.
Jeff and his team settle into their new Hollywood office, but personnel issues follow them to their new space; Jeff strives to keep his current clients happy even though Joe is off his game and Vanina has lost her focus.
When the design team puts the finishing touches on George Eads' residence, it finds out the "CSI" actor has a sensitive side; Jeff needs to find his own place in which to live and work, but a rainstorm threatens to wash away his plans.
While Jeff and his crew organize an epic furniture catalog shoot, he and Gage decide to put their dream home on the market.
Jeff and Gage decide to use an egg donor and a surrogate to help them realize their dream of having a baby.
When business manager Gage decides to hire an assistant, Jeff brings in a "ringer" to help him out.
After firing employees, Jeff expands his design empire while delegating more work to his remaining staff members than they can handle; everything blows up in Jeff's face leading to one of his largest meltdowns of all time.
The design team arrives in New Mexico and participates in team-building exercises; confrontations between staff members.
Jenni tries to restore order in the office; Jeff must calm his clients; Jeff plans a team-building retreat.
Jenni returns to the office and finds it out of control; Jenni brings Jeff to a counseling session.
Megan steps in as Jeff's executive assistant; a client refuses to raise the budget; Jeff begs Jenni to return to work.
Jeff flies to Nashville to help his friend buy a home; Megan is in charge of the office; Jeff talks with Gage about selling Gramercy.
Jenni's due date arrives; Jeff juggles design projects for important clients.
Jeff is frustrated with project delays; a new client is indecisive; Jeff decides to sell Gramercy and go back to flipping; the team introduces a new paint line.
Jeff takes a job to Arizona and brings the whole team along for the trip; Zoila asserts her authority.
Jeff prepares for Jenni's maternity leave by hiring his friend Megan; Andy acts out; Jeff helps a friend redesign her home on a budget.
Jeff is settled into his new home; actor George Eads and his wife are remodeling their home, and Jeff is suspicious of their contractor; Andy is in charge of finding a little person to help the team at a trade show; Jenni is seven months pregnant.
Jeff and Jenni work to resolve their issues; Gage worries about Jeff's work habits effecting a new paint line; Jeff and Gage's move to their home is bittersweet.
Jeff battles with his favorite client over design plans; Jeff discovers Jenni used a client's vacation home for her honeymoon.
Financial and logistical issues drive Jeff to therapy; Andrew tries to win Gage's trust back.
Laura asks Jeff to fire Roberto the contractor; Jeff sends Gage and Zoila to therapy.
The whole staff travels to Chicago for Jenni's wedding; Jeff butts heads with the wedding planner.
Jeff considers firing Zoila and decides to bring her to couples therapy; Lisa G. thinks the Calabasas house is haunted and Jeff volunteers to stay overnight and prove her wrong.
Jeff decides to move to an interim house, which upsets Gage; Jenni tries to lose weight for her wedding; Jeff begins remodeling his grandmother's house.
Jeff and Jenni struggle to complete Andrew's work; Jeff has to manage an uncooperative contractor; Andrew calls to ask for his job back.
Andrew tries to impress Jeff after a poor performance review; Jeff finds inconsistencies in Andrew's background.
Jeff argues with a client over a budget issue; new assistant Andrew oversteps his boundaries.
Jeff tries to convince a favorite client to remodel her home and helps her finalize wedding details.
Arguments over a home remodel strain Jeff and Gage's relationship.
Andy Cohen brings the entire Flipping Out cast back together.
Jeff looks for a home; Jeff re-considers Jenni's future at the company.
Randy threatens legal action.
Jeff hires one of his trusty contractors, Randy.
Jeff has to decide what's more important - keeping his client happy or protecting the few loyal employees he has left.
Jeff continues to take on more business.
Zoila returns to the house where the doctor has prescribed bed rest.
The motto at Jeff Lewis Design has always been to work hard and play hard.
Jeff and Jenni hit the streets of New York City with their longtime friend and client, Chaz Dean.
Jeff erupts at both Zoila and Sarah.
Business is booming for Jeff and his crew at Jeff Lewis Designs.
Jeff and the gang travel to New York City for the Kitchen of the Year unveiling.
Jeff suspects Jenni when his day planner goes missing; Trace has his chance to shine while dealing with a difficult client.
Sarah makes careless mistakes, straining her relationship with Jeff.
Jeff is forced to consider what is most important to him; Jeff asks Sarah personal questions.
Feeling the pressure, Jeff considers cutting back on jobs.
Jeff is asked to design the "Kitchen of the Year"; Zoila gets a birthday surprise.
Jeff takes Casa Vega on as a client; when Jett brings his son to work, Jeff and Zoila compete.
Jeff decides to focus on customer service and professionalism; a concerning pet issue.
Jeff feels that Sarah needs tough love to get up to speed; Jenni makes a mistake with a major client.
Moving forward, Jeff decides to "trim the fat" off his business.
Highlights from the season.
Jeff takes on a new client in Toluca Woods and tries to rekindle his friendship with Ryan.
Zoila's emotions run high when Jeff threatens to replace her; Jeff finds someone living outside of Chaz's studio.
Jeff faces setbacks with his Buena Park contractor; Ryan makes commitments.
Jeff becomes frustrated by the demands of some high-maintenance clients; Jeff confronts Ryan about his business practices and their relationship.
Jeff turns to his father for advice after he learns some disturbing information about Ryan.
Insufficient funds complicate a big deal in Bel Air; Jeff falls ill and accuses Zoila of poisoning him; Jenni is put in charge of the Buena Park project.
One of Jeff's employees commits the ultimate act of betrayal; Jeff seeks out a feng shui expert to help soothe over the chaos.
Jeff takes charge after he loses trust with the contractors at his Buena Park job; Jeff wins a remodeling job with a major Hollywood stylist.
Jeff attends a pajama party; new assistant Rachel struggles to keep up with Jeff's numerous demands; Jeff accuses Ryan of not sharing clients.
Jeff puts his normal business practices on hold, focusing instead on remodeling and designing homes; Jenni and Zoila return, along with some fresh new faces.
The house flippers look back at the past season's events.
Commonwealth is sold and Jeff is homeless and desperate to find a new place to live.
New problems arise when Jeff discovers that one of his projects is completely over budget.
Jeff decides to go back to the historic restoration project.
Jeff must decide if, after many chances, he must finally fire Chris Elwood.
In order to find out what is going on when he's not there, Jeff installs a hidden camera in his office.
Jeff notices that work around his house isn't getting done, and he grows suspicious of his assistants.
Jeff gets the wrong shade of drapes and has a meltdown; Jeff commissions an original abstract portrait for Zoila as a special birthday gift.
Jeff and his business partner Ryan have taken on a historic restoration project to cope with the changing real estate market; Jeff's new boss accuses him of not working hard enough.
The entire team congregates at the empty Valley Oak One house for cocktails and dancing.
Lewis and his business partner plan to move into their new homes; Lewis shocks his staff.
Lewis tries to find two much needed deals; the staff lets loose while the boss is away.
Lewis pits potential buyers against each other; Lewis' father visits.
Lewis and his business partner make a bet; Lewis questions having another psychic perform his house blessings.
Lewis' home goes on the market; eccentric seller who won't move out; cat problems.
Jeff Lewis looks to his personal psychic for guidance as he deals with an overbearing employee and a troublesome piece of neglected property.