Clean Sweep

Season 2 Episode 51

Where the Toys Are

Aired Daily 10:00 AM Jul 30, 2005 on TLC
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Where the Toys Are
Mark and Tammy Matthews are married and have two kids, Corbin - 4 and Xavier - 1. They're currently living in Las Vegas, although this episode explores whether they really have any true attachment to their current home. As Peter works through these issues, Angelo Surmelis redesigns two rooms. A room that was once supposed to be both an office and a gym is now a spare room loaded with all of the assorted clutter Mark and Tammy couldn't find any place else to put. Their kids' room has become completely overloaded with toys, strewn all over the floor such that it's simply not safe for the one-year-old to come in (and probably not the four-year-old either.) The spare room is converted into a new guestroom and hangout area featuring a calming blue color, new seating and curtains and a new closet area. The kids' room is made into fun "party space" that serves as both a playroom and bedroom. It includes a library area, computer area, new easel and a brand-new bunkbed for the kids.moreless

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Out of the Clutter
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Clothing Explosion
Ep 57
Clutter Under the Bridge
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Clean Sweep, Fresh Start
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Out of Tune Rooms
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Viva la Clean Sweep!
Ep 52
Hot Rod, Cold Clutter
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Where the Toys Are
Ep 50
Messy Baby, Messy!
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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
Ep 38
Trash Can Crazy
Ep 37
DJ Clutter In Da House!
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Shipping out the Mess