It's auction day and the five incredible Block apartments go under the hammer. There's plenty of tension and nerves as Scotty and the contestants watch their auctions unfold.
It's time for the contestants to celebrate all they have accomplished in 11 long weeks. Then the five weary teams move out and head home and the Block is open for inspection to the public for the first time.
The Block is officially complete as the teams hand over their final rooms of the challenge apartment. There's a guest judge and another chance to win money off their reserve prices.
Scotty and Shelley inspect progress of the challenge apartment. All the Blockheads forget their differences and head out to celebrate Chris's birthday and the celebrations are full of surprises.
Scotty arrives to talk budget with treasurer Kim and it isn't good news when Scotty is out of pocket. Kim has some welcome news for all the teams except for one. There's a chance to win $5000 cash in Scotty's last challenge.
The contestants begin their final rooms in the challenge apartment. The budget blues hit hard as Kim's allocation of funds doesn't please any of the other teams and friendships are tested as ten weeks of renovating takes it's toll.
Five rooms in the challenge apartment are completed. The judges decide which team has the advantage on auction day. First place receives $20,000 off their reserve price, second place $15,000 and third place $10,000 off their reserves.
Scotty and Shelley arrive to check on progress. The teams have the chance to win $20,000, $15,000 or $10,000 off their reserves this week and the competition heats up.
The challenge apartment takes shape and it's a roller coaster ride for the teams with sickness, stress and trouble. There's also a sleepover planned, Keith and Dan hand out the lists of defects.
Work on the challenge apartment begins and when the treasurer and project manager is appointed, alliances are formed and things get off to a rocky start.