Flipping Out: Season 5 (2011)
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Flipping Out: Season 5 (2011)

TV-14 12 Episodes
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TV-14
  2 minutes
Over the past few seasons, we've watched as Jeff, everyone's favorite OCD house-flipper turned interior designer, struggled with the downturn economy. Now he's more successful than ever, but still figuring out how to deal with the stress of it all.
 
TV-14
  44 minutes
Business is booming for Jeff and his crew at Jeff Lewis Designs. They've moved out of Valley Oak and the whole team -- Jenni, Zoila, Sarah, Trace, and Jett -- are now working out of Jeff's new rental property. However, they have a new addition to the team, Gage, Jeff's head of Business Affairs and boyfriend. Gage's first order of business is to schedule a trip to San Francisco where Jeff will be the keynote speaker for Design Week.
 
TV-14
  43 minutes
Sarah continues to have trouble meeting Jeff's expectations, but when she forgets to bring a floor sample to an important client meeting -- it's just too much for Jeff to handle. His frustration with his employees grows even more when Zoila arrives to work late and Jeff erupts at both Zoila and Sarah. Meanwhile, Jeff takes on a new client, Jeanne, but puts his foot into his mouth when he's introduced to her husband, Tommy Shaw, and doesn't realize that he's the guitarist and singer of the band S
 
TV-14
  44 minutes
Jeff and Jenni hit the streets of New York City with their longtime friend and client, Chaz Dean. Jeff has been working on Chaz's Hollywood Salon for the past two years and is hoping to add this New York space to the list as well -- but Jeff is still working on the Hollywood Salon and as the pressure builds to get that project finished, he realizes he may lose this job and a good friend.
 
TV-14
  44 minutes
The motto at Jeff Lewis Design has always been to work hard and play hard, so when Jeff books another speaking engagement in Las Vegas, he decides to throw Sarah a bachelorette party and bring the whole gang along for the ride. It's still a business trip however, and when Gage and Jenni are the only ones to show up for the actual speaking engagement -- Jeff realizes that he may not be able to rely on his staff as much as hoped.
 
TV-14
  44 minutes
Zoila returns to the house where the doctor has prescribed bed rest for several weeks. Jeff, however, feels that Zoila is perfectly capable of some light chores - no matter how disgusting they are. Meanwhile, Sarah's behavior continues to wear on Jeff, so he brings Jenni in full-time to help out with some important clients. But when Jenni meets with one of Jeff's clients, the client makes it clear that she wants nothing to do with Jenni.
 
TV-14
  44 minutes
Jeff continues to take on more business, but with a smaller staff, the pressure is on to maintain a steady pace at the office. The deadline to finish Chaz Dean's salon is fast approaching and Jeff needs his remaining employees' full commitment. When he discovers that someone has been doing private design consultations on the side, things get ugly. With misbehaving staff, demanding clients and absent-minded contactors, Jeff's temper starts to boil over.
 
TV-14
  44 minutes
With Chaz Dean's salon remodel finally under his belt, Jeff sets his eyes on bigger and better things -- specifically the Chaz Dean salon job in New York. But when Jeff realizes that Chaz has been mum on the subject, he gets worried that he wont hire him for the job. Meanwhile, Jeff continues work on Stacy Farish's home on Sunshine Terrace. Although Stacy is happy with Jeff's work, she continues to insult Jenni.
 
TV-14
  44 minutes
Jeff hires one of his trusty contractors, Randy, to work on a project in the Hollywood Hills. As the work begins, Jeff becomes suspicious of how Randy is spending money and a discussion about the issue quickly turns into a raging fight. Meanwhile back on the home front, Jeff deals with a medical emergency when his dog, Casey is rushed to the vet for an emergency surgery.
 
TV-14
  44 minutes
The Hollywood Hills project is still in limbo, but Jeff has bigger things to worry about when Randy, the contractor, threatens legal action. If that's not enough to stress Jeff out, he's also forced to re-consider Jenni's future at the company when Gage finds a potential permanent employee that can commit to the position 100 percent as opposed to Jenni's part-time employment.
 
TV-14
  44 minutes
Even though his design business is booming, Jeff is starting to get the itch to flip houses again. As he's looking for properties though, he realizes that he's not really looking for a house to flip, but rather a home for him and Gage to build a family. Meanwhile, Gage finds a potentially lucrative venture for Jeff Lewis Design, but it also requires a sizable investment.
 
TV-PG
  44 minutes
After another season of designer meltdowns, Andy Cohen brings the entire "Flipping Out" cast - including Sarah and Trace - back together for the first time since the two were both let go. The group discusses the highs and lows of the past year and with feelings of betrayal on both sides, Sarah and Trace confront Jeff about the reasons why they were each fired. On the flip side, Jeff and Gage talk about their new home and the possibility of promoting Zoila from housekeeper to full-time nanny.
Flipping Out follows Jeff Lewis and his loyal staff at Jeff Lewis Designs. Jeff spent most of last year getting the business up and running, and this season he is faced with more work than he could have ever dreamed. His design for the House Beautiful Kit… View More
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Starring Jeff Lewis, Jenni Pulos, Chris Elwood View More
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Movie Summary

Flipping Out follows Jeff Lewis and his loyal staff at Jeff Lewis Designs. Jeff spent most of last year getting the business up and running, and this season he is faced with more work than he could have ever dreamed. His design for the House Beautiful Kitchen of the Year has put him on the national map and almost completely transformed his core business from house flipping to high-end design and consultation. With clients all over the country, the stress level is at an all time high.
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Movie Details

Genres Other
Starring Jeff Lewis, Jenni Pulos, Chris Elwood
Studio Name Universal Studios
Release Date 2011
VUDU Release Date 09/27/2011
Rating TV-14 About Ratings
Episodes 12 episodes
Language English

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