Hollywood Residential goes to Paula Abdul's house where the show's host, Tony King, wreaks havoc with the production and has issues with hot new co-host Lila Mann. Paula and her house have issues with Tony, which he may or may not be able to fix.
The crew is at Tom Arnold's house to fix up his backyard, but Tom is nowhere to be found. Hollywood Residential host Tony King fesses up that he was out partying with Tom the night before and hasn't seen him since. While Tony tries to save the day, co-host Lila Mann is presented with plans to make her a huge star.
Hollywood Residential visits Carmen Electra's house to build her a new bathroom. Will an on-set accidental death take down the show? Co-host Lila Mann's agent has a back-up plan, and it's not good news for show host Tony King.
The day starts off uneasily for Hollywood Residential show host Tony King when he discovers that this episode's guest, Jamie Kennedy, is dating his ex-wife. Tony takes his revenge out on Jamie's house but suffers some of the consequences himself.
Today the crew is at Cheryl Hines' house to re-model her screening room. Hollywood Residential show host Tony King's stage mother visits the set, complicating Tony's, co-host Lila Mann's and Cheryl's lives as Cheryl gets ready for the Golden Globes.
Guest Chris Kattan is initially impressed with Hollywood Residential show host Tony King and offers help with Tony's acting career, only to need help with his own. Co-host Lila Mann's career, however, turns out to be the hot one.
Guest John Cho and wife Kerri have multiple productions at their house the day Hollywood Residential visits, not all of them family-friendly. Show host Tony King becomes intimate with co-host Lila Mann, while John just has a bad day.
Hollywood Residential show host Tony King has ideas about remodeling Beverly D'Angelo's house and possibly her relationships, if he can only learn a few things. Co-host Lila Mann, on the other hand, is learning all sorts of things she's not fully comfortable with about both herself and Tony, and gets creative in addressing them.