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Long Island residents Shari and Victor have three messy children and work on opposite schedules. Their hectic lifestyle is reflected in their pigsty of a home, where it seems they've run out of room for anything besides baby clothes. Plus, Victor sees any empty spot in the house as an opportunity to collect another bald eagle statue. Between his obsession with figurines and Shari's fixation on the past, their house has become one big storage unit. And as if Nina and Michael didn't already have their hands full--the yard sale happens to land during a freak rainstorm. Can the team pull it together to overhaul the house and give this couple a chance to live their lives without clutter?
Larry Fisher and his girlfriend, Rachel, have been dating for eight months. They have decided to take the next step by living with each other--but the problem is that Larry has so much clutter that there is no room for Rachel! Due to the recession, Larry closed the doors to his Brooklyn "junk" store called Vortex and moved most of the merchandise from a 2,500 sq. storefront into his apartment and a small nearby garage. Can the team help Larry de-clutter and part with his quirky collections in order to make room for his lady?
A creative New York couple must kick their collecting habits and define their creepy gothic style if they want to pursue their occupational dreams. Pamela and Eric have turned every inch of their suburban home into a gothic house of horrors, which houses Pam's eclectic of horror dolls and medical equipment from the 1940s and Eric's movie memorabilia and vintage video game collection. The couple feels their upstairs work studio is so cluttered that they can't get any work done. Can "Clean House" help jump start them on the road to organization?
New Yorkers Dave and Doreen have allowed their seven kids to take over their lives and their house! Their spacious home looks like a giant playground and less like a place to sleep, eat or lounge. What's worse is their children refuse to take responsibility for the mess. But it doesn't take long for Nina and Michael to realize the house lacks any form of discipline. Can they school Dave and Doreen on how to tame their out-of-control children--and get them to clean up after themselves?