Flip It Like Disick
Scott, Benny and Miki are almost finished with their latest flip property in Malibu, so Scott recruits a potential new team member, Willa Ford, to help with the finishing interior design touches. While helping his good friend Steve Aoki with a room remodel in his Las Vegas mansion, Scott sets out to find his next major flip investment opportunity.
With Jed Smith officially purchased and the new layout for the property agreed upon, Scott is eager to get started with demo right away, but Willa and Miki are at odds. Scott commits himself to another project when he convinces Kourtney to let him build a playhouse for their kids in her backyard.
After visiting a mega-flip property being built by Scott's real estate mentor, Ilan, Scott is inspired to redo the pool at his personal residence. The Malibu property is ready to be sold, but there is an unexpected "Miki problem" that Scott must deal with.
With Miki feeling disrespected and a potential HOA shutdown looming, the team now faces major personal and logistical problems. Scott helps French Montana transform one of his rooms into a jungle-themed theater.
With the HOA shutdown still keeping Jed Smith at a standstill, Willa and Benny renovate their offices. Scott looks for ways to make up for lost time and brings in outside help without telling Benny or Miki.
Scott and team encounter a problem at Jed Smith that could jeopardize the entire project. Scott attempts to get away from all the drama at Jed Smith by working with Willa to redesign his daughter Penelope's bedroom.
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