On "Property Brothers," dynamic twin siblings Jonathan and Drew Scott work as a team to find clients down-and-out fixer uppers and turn them into renovated masterpieces. Brotherly love, however, gets tossed aside in "Brother vs. Brother," a competition series that features the Scotts as mentors to a new generation of home improvement specialists. Jonathan, a licensed contractor, and Drew, a real estate agent, are each assigned a team of five contestants -- a mix of designers, renovators and builders -- who are tasked with renovating various properties with a goal of increasing the values. The teams are given limited timelines and budgets to determine which elements of the properties should change and which ones should remain the same, and after a review process of each property, the competitor who can't cut it each week is eliminated. The last team member standing wins $50,000.
It's a tight race on the Gulf Coast between Jonathan's 1980's seaside bungalow and Drew's 1970's two-story classic coastal; the loser rides The Cyclone at the local amusement park multiple times.
The heat is on as Drew and Jonathan renovate their kitchens before Brett Waterman comes to town to deliver his verdict.
The contest for a trip to a Texas aquarium continues and Drew believes an extravagant master suite will win it for him; the brothers do extra work on bedrooms and bathrooms as Desert Flippers' Eric and Lindsey Bennett are on-site to judge their work.
The brothers come out swinging to see who can design the best party-ready outdoor decks and patios; mother and daughter duo Mina and Karen from ``Good Bones'' come by to judge, giving the winner a chance to zip line to the beach.
Jonathan and Drew redesign their guest bedrooms and bathrooms for the judges, and the loser has to go out into the Gulf to catch shrimp and cook a meal for the winner and the judges.
Jonathan and Drew take on San Francisco's hot real estate market and buy their competition houses sight unseen for the first time ever. Uncertain of what they're getting into, they have just two weeks to pull off their living room renovations before guest judge Scott McGillivray arrives to declare a winner. The loser must climb the famously grueling Lyon Street steps while the winner jeers from the sidelines.
Drew transforms his kitchen from a 1970s cave to a modern California stunner, while Jonathan takes a huge risk with his eco-chic kitchen. In the end, a trip to Star Wars production company Lucasfilm is on the line as guest judges Leanne and Steve Ford decide the winner.
Jonathan and Drew Scott have seven days to get their living and dining rooms ready for Vanilla Ice to judge! It's a tight race between Jonathan's midcentury modern makeover of a '60s Vegas rancher and Drew's Hollywood-inspired family home. The winner takes home the crown, while the loser plays the fool in the famed Las Vegas attraction Tournament of Kings.
Drew tries to sway the judges with some twin telepathy when the Listed Sisters Alanna and Lex LeBlanc come over to judge the master bedrooms and baths. Wayne Newton invites the winner to a private tour of his Vegas estate, while the loser cleans priceless cars with a toothbrush.