May 29, 2011 11:02 AM EDT
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Host Niecy Nash brings a sense of humor to the task of overhauling clutter-ridden homes, as she helps owners part with possessions at a yard sale, the proceeds of which are then used to pay for home improvements.
Premiered: September 3, 2003
Anna's husband passed away 15 years ago, and ever since, she hasn't been able to stop collecting anything that has a memory attached to it. The mess has caused a rift in Anna and her daughter Annika's relationship. Annika has invited all of their family to visit in a couple weeks for her graduation, but she's mortified of them stepping foot in their messy home. With the help of "Clean House," will this mother-daughter duo be able to put their bickering aside and clean up their clutter?
Over the past 30 years, Paul has made a living as a flamboyant DJ and occasional drag queen. He was used to being the life of the party, but after suffering the loss of his mom and his beloved dog, he has been living more like a hermit. Instead of dealing with his grief, Paul has shut himself off from the world and has buried himself in clutter. Can Lisa Arch and the "Clean House" team give Paul a new lease on life and help him start fresh? Plus, see how they're able to honor the memory of his loved ones and take his filthy house from drag to fab!
Jordan Burns is a world famous drummer from the punk band Strung Out. He's on the road for several months at a time, but when he returns home, he'd rather do anything but clean. His growing clutter has spiraled out of control, and his disastrous disarray is now wreaking havoc on his career. The mounting mess in his home is making him feel uninspired to practice, and his band mate Chris thinks Jordan is holding the band back. Unless Jordan can get his act together, the group will continue to fall apart. Can Tempestt and her team help get Jordan's clutter under control and bring harmony back to his band?
Amy thinks her mom Sandy needs a clutter intervention. For years, Sandy has been taking home other people's trash, accumulating clutter that's totally spiraled out of control. Her hoarding habits started when her kids' father passed away 10 years ago. Instead of dealing with her grief, Sandy has masked her pain by trying to fill the void with stuff. Amy is also dealing with her own loss and needs her mom's emotional support, but instead, the two are constantly fighting over the clutter. Can Tempestt and the "Clean House" crew help this family come together and move forward with their lives?