Another glimpse into the life of Newlyweds starts off with Jessica and Casey trying to successfully kill a spider. After screaming and pointing at it, Casey finally kills it with her shoe. Nick looks on in disbelief as Casey shoves the flattened...... Read Full Episode Summary »
Another glimpse into the life of Newlyweds starts off with Jessica and Casey trying to successfully kill a spider. After screaming and pointing at it, Casey finally kills it with her shoe. Nick looks on in disbelief as Casey shoves the flattened spider in Jessica's face. After the spider is disposed of, Jessica continues packing for her trip to Florida, while Nick and Drew work on the best way to put grass on Nick's desert like lawn.
The Newlyweds have a beautiful home but a terrible lawn. When Nick looks out his window he sees dirt and weeds and it drives him nuts. So Nick and Drew decide the first order of business is to get some professional advice on how to handle the lawn. That afternoon a specialist from Lowe's comes to the house to check out the situation. After a very lengthy explanation it becomes clear to Nick that if he wants to put sod down it is going to be a very involved adventure. Nick thanks the Lowe's rep and decides to think about it. Over a game of pool Nick and Drew decided that they should go for it and see if they take care of the job themselves.
As Jessica is busy in Florida shopping at Prada with Casey, Nick and Drew are busy at Lowe's spending a ridiculous amount of money on lawn products and sod. The boys feel positive about their purchases and soon head home to start to process of laying down a brand new lawn. About an hour into it Nick looks at Drew and tells him it's time to hire some guys to help out. The boys head in and call some contracting companies. An hour later four guys show up to help the brothers out. Unfortunately they are not the most hardworking fellows around. They seemed to be better at smoking and eating than doing any actual work. Finally the sun starts to go down and the guys wrap up the first part of the job. As Nick looks upon his newly tilled lawn he thinks about $4,000 worth of sod in his garage waiting to be laid down the next day. In the morning he calls a professional landscaping company and by the end of the weekend he has a brand new lawn fit for a king. As Nick looks over the green grass he talks about how much easier it is to just hire professional than do a job like this yourself. It's just another day at Newlyweds palace.