RECAP | Teams are running out of money on THE BLOCK

In Thursday nights episode of The Block, Tanya had to pay for her laundry install after Georgia approached Keith and said it wasn’t good enough.

Hell Week has been one of the toughest weeks on The Block every year. In 2017, Ronnie and Georgia didn’t finish, and they don’t want that to happen again. 

Tanya reveals she is happy to pay for the laundry after Georgia pushed Keith.

Georgia thinks if she wasn’t there at the right time, Tanya and Vito would have got away with getting their laundry for free. The rule was that they should have had Kingsman install it last week, if they didn’t, they had to pay. They get a $2000 invoice. 


Josh and Luke are resigned to the fact they can’t catch up, they will not finish their rooms on Hell Week. Their house is also an absolute mess. 

Kirsty and Jesse vow to finish their incredibly tough build because their house is so much bigger than the others, and as her Nan would have wanted her too.

Jo from The Block finance department goes through the teams’ finances with Scotty. Tanya and Vito, Josh and Luke and Kirsty and Jesse all have serious budget issues. 

Dave Franklin is back on The Block, he is doing pools for both Ronnie and Georgia and Kirsty and Jesse.

Ronnie and Georgia challenge Josh and Luke to a game of volleyball, the winner will paint at the losers’ house for two hours.

It’s a bit of a stich up, Ronnie doesn’t tell the boys he was a professional player back in the day in the US.  Josh meanwhile is sick, and he doesn’t play. Luke just thought it would be a bit of fun.  




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