Jeff tries to make progress on his home construction in the Season 9 finale. Also: Jeff and Gage have a power struggle as they leave town to meet Alexandra and take the bittersweet steps to prepare for their baby's arrival.
Ducklings appear in Jeff's backyard, bringing out his paternal (and neurotic) instincts. Meanwhile, Jeff and Gage continue to clash; drama surrounds a Hollywood flip and architect Jason; and Jenni continues her quest to have another baby.
Zoila makes a series of mistakes, pushing Jeff to the breaking point and leading her to a leave of absence. Jeff reaches out to his therapist, and admits he fears a future of balancing his business with a new baby girl.
Jeff returns from Chicago with an increase in clients. Also, Jeff suspects that Gage's assistant might be departing, and the pressure of living in a house under construction takes its toll on Jeff and his relationship.
Jeff journeys to Chicago, seeking redemption and a potential partnership with a furniture company. Elsewhere, fertility issues plague Jenni while Jeff and Gage bask in the excitement of their forthcoming baby.
Jeff must make a difficult decision when he struggles to please his most prominent client. Meanwhile, a bickering Jeff and Gage at last connect during Alexandra's first ultrasound, and Jenni decides to shoot a toilet-bowl commercial.
Jeff heads to San Diego to meet a new client as he tries to diversify his business. Meanwhile, Jenni reveals that she's trying for a second baby, and problems spin around Jeff's contractor and his wife, who push for a business change.
Jeff and Gage are anxious as they are finally told that Alexandra is pregnant. Also, Jeff faces obstacles when he struggles to keep his longtime friend and client happy, and questions surround Jeff's new assistant.
Jeff faces greater challenges when he returns to house flipping in the Season 9 premiere. Also: Jeff must find new clients after lucrative jobs take an unexpected turn; and a current flip is still under construction.