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The teams head outside because it's all about exteriors and landscaping on the block this week. Each designer knows the importance of curb appeal, and this challenge could be the difference between winning and losing the whole competition.
The episode was rated 8.65 from 17 votes.
The teams race to finish their houses before their money runs out and judgement day arrives. Drew Scott and previous Rock the Block winners Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt judge the entire homes while each team finally gets to see their competitions' spaces.
The episode was rated 8.38 from 13 votes.
The teams get down and dirty when they head upstairs to renovate the main bedroom and bath. It's high stakes as Egypt Sherrod and Mike Jackson come to blind judge, and the competitors know winning these important spaces could make any team a frontrunner.
The episode was rated 8.31 from 13 votes.
The competition continues in week two as the teams tackle the first floor living spaces. From fancy doors to marble floors, each duo's unique strategy and design style flourishes, giving guest judge Page Turner a difficult task when choosing a winner.
The episode was rated 8.27 from 15 votes.
Everyone heads down to the basements to design 1400 square feet of unfinished space, and tired of losing, two teams make big, expensive moves to grab the win. Then, a heavy metal band stops by for a Design Challenge, and Tamara Day comes to judge.
The episode was rated 8.24 from 17 votes.
The competition continues as Alison, Jasmine, Leanne and Mina add their signature styles to the "moneymaker" of the home: the kitchen. Drew throws a wrench in their plans with a surprise delivery, and Mike Holmes picks his favorite as the weekly winner.
The episode was rated 8.13 from 30 votes.
The competition kicks off as four teams of HGTV superstars put their expertise to the test with an amazing kitchen transformation. Farmhouse Fixer's Jonathan Knight and his brother, Jordan, go step-by-step to judge each of their breathtaking designs.
The episode was rated 8.08 from 13 votes.
Leanne, Alison, Mina and Jasmine reach the final week and finish the remaining rooms and exteriors. Drew and the appraisers inspect each house, and the designer with the biggest increased value earns bragging rights and a street named in her honor.
The episode was rated 8.07 from 27 votes.
First impressions are everything as each team reimagines their home's living room and entryway to showcase their unique design styles. Rock the Block's season one winner, Jasmine Roth, returns to judge the renovated spaces and choose a winning team.
The episode was rated 8.00 from 13 votes.
The teams go upstairs to renovate a new space for Rock the Block -- the FROG. With only days to transform their Finished Room Over Garage before Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent judge their work, the teams aim to leap to the front of the competition.
The episode was rated 7.92 from 13 votes.
Drew Scott kicks off the competition by assigning master suites to Leanne Ford, Jasmine Roth, Mina Starsiak Hawk and Alison Victoria. Some keep floor plans and fixtures to manage costs while others go high-end, and Tarek El Moussa picks the weekly winner.The episode was rated from 27 votes.
With budgets dwindling and pressure rising, the teams head outside to design their outdoor spaces. It's all about curb appeal and backyard amenities until Ty disrupts their plans just before Mina Starsiak-Hawk and Karen E Laine begin their judging.The episode was rated from 14 votes.
The designers tackle their great rooms and outdoor living spaces by tearing down walls and adding fireplaces and pergolas to increase the homes' value. Tiffany Brooks meets them at the Rose Bowl Flea Market to find materials with limited time and funds.The episode was rated from 30 votes.
The Rock the Block renovation competition begins with the heart of the home -- the kitchen -- as each team tries to add the most value. Chopped's Ted Allen tests their mettle with a Design Twist, while HGTV's Tarek El Moussa and Heather Rae Young judge.The episode was rated from 12 votes.
After six weeks, a winner gets crowned, a street sign gets named and bragging rights get claimed on the finale of Rock the Block! Experts appraise the houses and the teams finally tour each other's beautiful work. Four teams competed, but only one wins.The episode was rated from 17 votes.
The teams finish their first floor renovation as they tackle the main bedroom suites. It's the ultimate test of luxury versus functionality as Rock the Block veteran Alison Victoria and HGTV star Page Turner judge these jaw-dropping spaces.The episode was rated from 12 votes.
Last updated: sep 02, 2022
Season 2 started tonight... why isn’t it on here so I can check into it?!?
After binge watching a few series of The Block https://trakt.tv/shows/the-block. Ive realised that is the better of the two shows. The contestants arent people who have their own shows on the station its being shown on. They dont have an what seems to be an extravagant budget. They dont just design the rooms, they do A LOT of the work themselves. & they change their clothing on a daily basis. Seriously, im on Eps 3 of the 2nd season of this show now & they have yet to change their clothing. lol. Crazy. Their clothing dont even have any type of "work" debris on them. So do they seriously just design the rooms & let workers do everything for them
I enjoyed the 1st series of this. Second not so much, but still watched/payed some attention t it, 3rd, it was background music for the last 5 episodes. Takes it off of series record now.
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