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RECAP | Tempers flare, yet again on THE BLOCK

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In Tuesday nights episode of The Block, tempers flare when Foreman Dan decides to help Kirsty and Jesse finish

Our contestants are so close to finishing the houses, with only their front gardens and facades to do. It’s that time of the year though, with financial dramas for everyone.

Mitch and Mark are set to sort out their ventilation issue, after a fiery clash with Foreman Dan earlier in the week. They are making a child-friendly wonderland with their front yard.

The twins Josh and Luke have Myles Baldwin, the famous Sydney landscape designer, designing their front yard.

Tempers flare on The Block when Foreman Dan decides to help Kirsty and Jesse finish after they had to get rid of their landscapers because that have no money.

Jo from Finance, who has had a tough time on The Block this year with some of the contestants, tells Vito she paid some of his invoices overnight. It left little money to finish of the front yard. They might have to finish off The Block without their reliable builder AndrewVito’s Dad Tony Guccione, who is a bricklayer, arrives to help him.

Dave Franklin offers to help Tanya and Vito as they had to get rid of their landscape designer, but the designer is furious thinking Dave is trying to take credit. He is just trying to help Tanya and Vito.

He and Vito have an argument, as Vito says it’s his landscape designer’s problem and nothing to do with him. Tanya reminds him, they will be seeing their kids to chill out.

The Block airs Sunday to Wednesday on Channel 9 and 9Now

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In Tuesday nights episode of The Block, tempers flare when Foreman Dan decides to help Kirsty and Jesse finish

Our contestants are so close to finishing the houses, with only their front gardens and facades to do. It’s that time of the year though, with financial dramas for everyone.

Mitch and Mark are set to sort out their ventilation issue, after a fiery clash with Foreman Dan earlier in the week. They are making a child-friendly wonderland with their front yard.

The twins Josh and Luke have Myles Baldwin, the famous Sydney landscape designer, designing their front yard.

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Tempers flare on The Block when Foreman Dan decides to help Kirsty and Jesse finish after they had to get rid of their landscapers because that have no money.

Jo from Finance, who has had a tough time on The Block this year with some of the contestants, tells Vito she paid some of his invoices overnight. It left little money to finish of the front yard. They might have to finish off The Block without their reliable builder AndrewVito’s Dad Tony Guccione, who is a bricklayer, arrives to help him.

Dave Franklin offers to help Tanya and Vito as they had to get rid of their landscape designer, but the designer is furious thinking Dave is trying to take credit. He is just trying to help Tanya and Vito.

He and Vito have an argument, as Vito says it’s his landscape designer’s problem and nothing to do with him. Tanya reminds him, they will be seeing their kids to chill out.

The Block airs Sunday to Wednesday on Channel 9 and 9Now

Kevin Perryhttps://tvblackbox.com.au/author-kevin-perry/
Co-Creator and Editor of the TV Blackbox website, Kevin Perry is an experienced media commentator focused on TV Production, Consumer Tech, SVOD & Sports Broadcasting. Media enquiries please Call or Text 0428-275-111
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