Clean Sweep

Season 2 Episode 2

Everyday is Like Christmas

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Aired Daily 10:00 AM Jul 24, 2004 on TLC
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Everyday is Like Christmas
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"If every day could be Christmas." It's a sweet sentiment, but not when Christmas memorabilia is taking over your home. That, old books, furniture, tools and more have taken over Daphne and Steven Duncans' living room and dining room. They've been married ten years and have three kids - Stephanie, Jade and Joshua. They've been so busy and things have gotten so cluttered that it's simply overwhelmed them - until now. Peter goes through and shows them that they can get along without most of the things that have been in their rooms. When he's done, they're able to sell almost all of it in a Christmas-themed yard sale. Meanwhile, Molly has grand plans to go along with some of the grand furniture they've purchase. The dining room features an elegant table, lighting, and pictures from their wedding. The living room is given a Moroccan theme with beautiful curtains, an l-shaped sofa and quasi-library.moreless

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Clean Sweep, Fresh Start
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Out of Tune Rooms
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Viva la Clean Sweep!
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Hot Rod, Cold Clutter
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Messy Baby, Messy!
Ep 49
Bean Bag Blowout
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Aloha Clutter
Ep 47
Antiques Unload-Show
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Battle for Bruce Lee
Ep 45
Printing Press Mess
Ep 44
Clutter Comes Alive
Ep 43
Caught in the Mouse Trap
Ep 42
Doing it for Mom
Ep 41
Portrait of a Clutter Bug
Ep 40
Rec Room Wreckage
Ep 39
Jazzer-sort!
Ep 38
Trash Can Crazy
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DJ Clutter In Da House!
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