Next Episode of The Great Christmas Light Fight is
Season 5 / Episode 5 and airs on 19 December 2017 01:00
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas with the hit holiday decorating competition series, The Great Christmas Light Fight. Decorating their homes to the extreme for Christmas, families and neighborhoods across America compete to win a cash prize and the coveted Light Fight trophy.
The Great Christmas Light Fight is a new competition series in which 20 families from across America will decorate their homes to the extreme for Christmas - in ways that would certainly make even Clark Griswold envious - with a total of $250,000 in prizing ($50,000 won each week).
The HOLT Family - Chesapeake, Virginia. Allen and Cattina Holt dress as elves, and dance with the neighborhood kids under their snow machine.
The GOFF Family - Canon, Georgia. The Goff's are chicken farmers who use their entire property for their display. It's so large, visitors can drive through it!
The BLOUNT Family - Laguna Hills, California. This California couple composed their own original song for their precise synchronized display on one of the largest residential light grids in the country.
The LYNCH Family - Whitestone, New York. Kevin Lynch, a retired New York firefighter who experienced 9/11, buries all the cords in front of his real-life gingerbread house.
The SMALL Family - Orange, Connecticut. With two infants and a 3-year old, Christopher and Maria have their hands full while decorating. When it comes time to turn on the lights for the judge, it doesn't go as planned.
The RHODES Family - Cedar Park, Texas. Angie Rhodes created a Christmas Monster when she handed the decorating reins to husband Frank. The Rhodes' display now includes a beautiful blue-light waterfall and pond.
The TITTIGER Family - Stockbridge, Georgia. Twins Jenny and Amy (26) decorate the home they grew up in as a Christmas gift to their parents. Her Mom tells them: "Thank you… this is the greatest Christmas gift ever!"
The SIMMONS Family - Cathedral City, California. Michael Simmons put his lifetime of computer experience into his display. Along with his Venezuelan wife, they have an intricate synchronized display in the desert with over 200,000 lights.
The PLAUCHE Family - Pass Christian, Mississippi. The Plauches home survived Hurricane Katrina and they wanted to share the positive spirit of Christmas lights with their less fortunate neighbors. They "Let the Good Times Roll" when a Mardi Gras float launches their spirited show, which has a rockin' version of "N-O-E-L" to the tune of "YMCA".
The LARSEN Family - Elburn, Illinois. Confident Brian Larsen promises Michael Moloney "this is like nothing you have ever seen". Does Michael agree?
The YANGELLO Family - Pennsville, New Jersey. Everyone gets in the act when this singing clan performs on the rooftop of their Christmas classic house display.
The BAUGHMAN Family - Prosper, Texas. "It's All About Jesus", for the Baughmans, and when they present their display to Michael, which includes an arch over the entire house, there is no denying their love of Christmas.
The HYATT Family - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. The Hyatts present Christmas in Florida, complete with dolphins, flamingoes, and a giant Ferris wheel!
The PARADOWSKI Family - Decatur, Georgia. Tony Paradowski is a perfectionist, and it shows in his elegant display, "Christmas in the Grove". As a pilot, he says he has seen his display from 20,000 feet.
The DOWNS Family - Norman, Oklahoma. One of the largest musically synchronized residential displays in the country, the Downs have mega-tree lights over 70 feet, and eye-popping creations spread out over 500 feet.
The SATTERWHITE Family - Mechanicsville, Virginia. Lights and blow-molds cover every inch of the Satterwhite home and lawn, including a 65 foot mega-tree attached to a real tree. When a storm causes a short at the top of the tree on the day of the judging, Matthew has to perform a quick repair before Sabrina shows up.
The MIZE Family - Marinwood, California.
The GAY Family - LaGrangeville, New York. Tim Gay's intricate geometric display centers around a pond. In 2012, the Gay family held the world record for most lights on a residential display.
The MACRINA Family - Wyomissing, Pennsylvania. The Macrina's moved to a new house before the competition, so they had a challenge determining if they had enough lights, and where all their old lights would go on the new house.
The KOWALCZYK Family - Tinley Park, Illinois. Dominic Kowalczyk and his spirited friends and family decorate a Winter Wonderland, including hundreds of custom wood figures, and one giant parrot.
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