‘Flipping Out’ Episode Guide (Sept. 14): Jeff Worries About the Tension With Gage

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‘Flipping Out’ Episode Guide (Sept. 14): Jeff Worries About the Tension With Gage

“Baby Brain” (09/14/17) – Jeff Lewis refuses to let his newborn slow him down. He plans to move into his New Hollywood project in order to make room for construction to finish at Valley Vista. Gage continues to lag behind, leaving Jeff to wonder if the tension between them will ever subside.

Bravo Media’s Emmy-nominated “Flipping Out” returns for its tenth season, premiering Thursday, August 17 at 9pm ET/PT. Just when America’s favorite house flipper thinks his life could not be any more chaotic, Jeff Lewis embarks on the most unpredictable challenge yet – fatherhood.

With no shortage of design work, tight deadlines and outrageous clients, tempers flare and antics commence as his two very different worlds collide. When employees – and nannies alike – become a revolving door, only his life partner Gage Edward, loyal executive assistant Jenni Pulos and unfazed housekeeper Zoila Chavez can keep him from flipping out entirely.

On the heels of a personally and professionally challenging year, Jeff’s inner-circle approaches uncharted territory. Rather than take the uncertainty of impending fatherhood in stride, Jeff distracts himself by demolishing his newly renovated home and purchasing a new house in the Hollywood Hills.

This leaves the ever-patient Gage inundated with the stress of managing Jeff’s multiple projects and prepping for the baby’s arrival. And after their little lady finally arrives to rock their world, they are forced to evaluate the strength of their relationship. Meanwhile, Jenni is entrenched in her own emotional journey as she looks to grow her family. Amidst all of these changes, Jeff and Zoila attempt to adjust to their improved living arrangement following last year’s shocking fallout.

“Flipping Out” is produced by Authentic Entertainment with Lauren Lexton, Billy Taylor, Jeff Lewis and Jenni Pulos serving as executive producers.

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