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This week in "Boss/Gustaferro," a former pageant queen Mom whose daughter is following in her footsteps swaps lives with a feminist Mom who homeschools her kids and disapproves of makeup and beauty.
This week on "Flynn/Orris," a strict Mom who raises the roost military style swaps lives with a carefree, easygoing Mom who runs the house with no help from her family.
This week in "Galvan/Martin-Portala" a laid-back magician's wife who loathes domestic duties swaps lives with a demanding mom who's an obsessive clean freak and micromanages her husband's and children's lives.
This week in "McDonald/Robarge," a very open and feminine burlesque dancer wife swaps lives with a "just one of the guys" lumberjack wife.
This week in "LaBrie/Zaring," a wife whose obsessed, competitive truck-pulling husband hasn't finished fixing the kitchen after seven years swaps lives with a wife whose main concerns are her appearance and partying like a rock star.
This week on "Beckman-Heskett/Childs," a theologically liberal high powered corporate executive mother with a stay-at-home husband swaps lives with a born again Christian mom who believes women are created to be men's help-mates.
"Blankenship/Phillips" -- This week in "Blankenship/Phillips," a conservative, former Colonel wife who also works three jobs while her husband takes care of the home swaps lives with a rock and roll wife whose husband barks orders to her on the baby monitor.
"Myers/Sutton" -- This week on "Myers/Sutton," a down-home Kentucky wife swaps lives with a ghost-hunting wife who brings home the bacon to her shaman husband and four children.
This week in "McGoldrick/Noel," a traditional wife who works non-stop at her family's pet funeral home swaps lives with a punk rock wife who works as a raunchy shock jock radio DJ.
This week in "Ketchum/ Sheron," a Type-A wrestling/sports crazed wife who does all the dirty work for her family swaps lives with a wife who owns a busy coffee house where her kids do the dishes.
This week on "Gillette/ Turner," a meticulous, structured wife who raises her kids to be the best and brightest swaps lives with a laid-back mom who lets her kids run wild in the traveling carnival she owns and operates with her husband.
Kate travels to Maine to the home of the fun-loving Figaratto family, where wife Roxie, husband Ron and children Megan, Katie and Christian (9) sing karaoke seven nights a week. The Figarattos throw karaoke parties in their basement, which they have dubbed the "R&R karaoke bar." Roxie even runs an internet karaoke business from the basement, but as soon as the kids get home, she turns her undivided attention to them. In the Figaratto home, the kids are center-stage, and as a result they sometimes behave like spoiled rock stars -- Christian won't brush his teeth, comb his hair or take a bite of food without supervision. At dinnertime, Roxie visits several different fast food restaurants to get each member of the family whatever strikes their fancy.
In the first week of the swap, Kathy observes a Tonkovic hip hop hoedown, is offended by Paul's explicit rap lyrics, and is appalled by the kids' complete financial dependence and John's non-parenting. Meanwhile, at the Stockdales', Laurie talks to the boys about their social isolation and to Bruce about his stranglehold on their lives. In the second week, when the wives change the rules, Laurie introduces video games, TV and junk food, the band has to perform a rap song for real rappers and Calvin and Charles go on a date. Meanwhile, Kathy asks the Tonkovics to work on a farm to earn spending money, and brings in a priest in hopes of marrying Paul and Meghan to their partners. At the end of the swap, when the couples are reunited, will Kathy chill and let Calvin and Charles go on a second date? Will Laurie adopt a more wholesome way of life and learn to be stricter over her kids?.
In the first week of the swap, Joy has to dump her neatly pressed clothes on the pool table, and accuses the boys of behaving like animals. At the race track she has to decide whether to stay in the pit or put the pedal to the metal racing. Meanwhile, Stephanie revs up house cleaning and throws a cocktail party, but is still left with the feeling the house is lonely. In the second week, when the wives change the rules, Joy puts the breaks on drag racing and bans clothes on the pool table. She cleans the entire house and brings in an etiquette coach. Meanwhile, Stephanie has the Towers throw all their clothes on the table and lets the kids decorate their rooms. The family put on their pink "Team Tower" overalls and step into Stephanie's world of high octane chaos with a crash course in pit training. At the end of the swap, when the couples are reunited, will Joy learn that cleanliness does not equal happiness? Will Stephanie slow down a little and learn to take some pride in her own home?.
This week on "Tassie/Tyson," a buttoned up, perfectionist wife who won't tolerate a thing out of place swaps lives with a bounty hunter wife who feeds her family takeout tacos and doesn't mind if the kids end up wearing them.
This week on "Coste/Ives," a revved up wife and mother of a motorcycle stunt family swaps lives with an artistic, eco-friendly wife from Arizona who dreams of one day living in an environmentally friendly straw bale home.
This week on "Espinosa-Marquez/Pay," a wife who believes in skateboarding, self expression and following one's dreams swaps lives with a wife who makes her kids write five-paragraph essays if they break the house rules.
This week in "Carmichael/Hanna," a woman dedicated to raising pigs swaps lives with an eclectic, artistic belly dancer who lives a life of glamour.