This week the couples were driven even harder, if such were possible, to work for their $5000 prize money: the punishing delivery included living rooms and hallways.
Prior to the next room delivery the site manager Keith prowled about the properties checking on progress. Not all the campers were happy.
Rod was desperate to have the back of his downstairs fully weatherproofed: "I'm waiting to install motorised blinds but I'm stuck till this rain can be kept out, and there isn't a tradie in sight."
Keith promised to have the matter dealt with. But would it be soon enough for Rod?
Josh was returning furniture to OzDesign: "It's a bit of pain and it'll cost about 4 hours." And surprise, surprise he was arguing with Jenna in the process.
While Josh was away Jenna had trouble with mini-spray gun reaching the ceiling. So she tried the big, powered spray-painter: "Everyone else does it. But, it could explode in my face."
A short time later Rod was working when he heard Jenna's plaintive voice pleading for help: "Rod, I can't turn it off and it's spraying paint everywhere."
Catastrophe was averted but not before paint was sprayed over a tradie's car. Jenna kept a cool head: "It'll wash off. It should all be cool. I hope!"
Katrina and Amie scoped out TVs and discovered their touchscreen computer, and all their other electronic goodies could be wirelessly connected to their widescreen television through a Windows Media Centre.
While Polly and Waz were returning from collecting their brand-new couch from Plush they invented a new spectator sport: "Freeway Couch Skittles". Waz was driving along when "we heard this tremendous thud and I looked in the rear-view mirror. Our couch was bouncing end over end along the freeway behind us."
After a harrowing race to retrieve the errant seat Polly checked it for damage: "I don't know how, but it survived without a single rip, tear, dent or scratch, miracle. We just need to get it back and finish our room before time runs out."
It was another fascinating room reveal with the judges passing strict but fair sentences on the hallways and living rooms.
Josh and Jenna — 12/20
Polly and Waz — 13/20
Katrina and Amie — 17/20
Rod and Tania — 16/20
For Katrina and Amie all their risks this week have finally paid off — do you agree with the judges' decision?