BRAVO'S "FLIPPING OUT" FLIPS NIGHTS STARTING NEXT TUESDAY, JULY 12 AT 9PM ET/PT
NEW YORK - July 7, 2011 - Everyone's favorite OCD house-flipper turned interior designer, Jeff Lewis and his crew of loyal employees are moving to an all new night. Starting next week, "Flipping Out" will move to its regularly scheduled time slot of Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The episode will follow Sarah as she continues to have trouble meeting Jeff's expectations. When she forgets to bring a floor sample to an important client meeting - it's just too much for Jeff to handle. His frustration with his employees grows even more when Zoila arrives to work late and Jeff erupts at both Zoila and Sarah. Meanwhile, Jeff takes on a new client, Jeanne, but puts his foot into his mouth when he's introduced to her husband, Tommy Shaw, and doesn't realize that he's the guitarist and singer of the band STYX. For a sneak peak at the episode go to: http://www.bravotv.com/flipping-out/season-5/videos
Then, at 10p.m., ET/PT on "Million Dollar Decorators," Jeffrey and Ross attend the San Francisco Fall Antique Show and wind up shopping as much for themselves as they do for their clients. In Palm Springs, Martyn and Kathryn are at the Colony Palms Hotel, and as he scrambles to complete the hotel's presidential suite, she lounges by the pool basking in the sunshine. Meanwhile, close friends Mary and Nathan fly to North Carolina for the High Point Furniture Market. At the expo, Mary showcases a lamp line she designed, and Nathan crosses hurdles to reinforce his relationship with Bloomingdales, who carries his furniture line. For a sneak peak at the episode got to: http://www.bravotv.com/million-dollar-decorators/season-1/videos/tossing-pillows-shouldnt-take-this-long
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