The trio must win over a demanding client and his pregnant wife with a major wow factor; James and Garrett worry that Mel is burying herself in work to avoid dealing with her health issues.
The Manscapers' next clients are Mel's good friends in Brooklyn; James and Mel butt heads over his concerns that they will lose money instead of being able to grow their business; Garrett struggles with his work/life balance.
Creating a Tuscan-themed backyard in the middle of New Jersey; questioning if the team can go from friends to bosses overnight; Mel's doctor calls her with unsettling news.
The Manscapers work with Jay and Vic, who were fired by their previous landscapers; they must learn to juggle their burgeoning business as they have booked a $1 million job with St-Germain liqueur; Mel waits for results on her biopsy.
After successfully completing their first $1 million job, the Manscapers find themselves pulled in different directions.
The landscapers are asked to create a minimalist space for Mel's friends Nayla and Kevin; James is excited to take on a big project -- a World Pride float for a hotel giant.
A massive challenge awaits the landscapers when they are asked to design a Japanese garden for an ultramodern home in the Hudson Valley; James further alienates himself from his business partners with dreams of heading west.
The landscapers take on one of the most logistically challenging jobs of their careers at a remote location on Fire Island.