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Summary of Block 2021 Episodes 47 and 48: Why did you explode the mild-mannered Dave Franklin?

With the drama season almost late, the producer makes a brave push to bring out some conflicts from the final week with the help of Foreman Keith and Dan.

Kirsty and Jesse are staring at Barrel, who says he hasn’t completed the front yard. They had no cash and had to bring almost all landscape architects home. They are trying to finish the extra room and fix the flaws while helping the rest of the landscape architects.

The pair did an incredible job of scrambling and saving to achieve so far with much larger assets, and Keith and Dan see them fail at the final hurdle. Unbearable, they offer to work in the front yard for free.

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“We don’t care about the influence of other contestants,” Keith squints at the camera.

Keith and Dan are helping Jesse and Kirsty finish the front yard. Photo: Channel 9


It doesn’t take long for Ronnie and Mitch to feed.

“Basically, you run out of money, but because you’re nice people, we give you all the workforce,” says Mitch. “Why are they okay to run out of money and can they get on for free from Keith and Dan?”

“They work for free at Home 5,” Ronnie agrees.

The pair conveniently forgets the perks they got themselves. In Ronnie’s case, it’s a ridiculously expensive brick front fence, and he estimates it’s worth $ 40,000. Scott Cam offered at the last minute to pay for the fence in front of everyone, and while some athletes were trapped in cheap pickets, Ronnie and Georgia’s cream-colored brick zigzag monolith It was much more valuable.

Mitch and Ronnie are worried about Kirsty and Jesse with the help of Dan and Keith. Photo: Channel 9

Mitch and Ronnie are worried about Kirsty and Jesse with the help of Dan and Keith. Photo: Channel 9


And Mitch and Mark got a free underfloor ventilation system from Scott when they discovered that their very low homes didn’t meet the code.

But it does not stop them from fulfilling their reality show athletes’ obligations and whining.

Once upon a time, Josh and Luke were voices of reason and did not give in to producers’ attempts to offend them.

“If people need a little help, I’m glad they got help. Luke and I’ve finished stirring the pot,” Josh said, of the last screaming body of the show. It shattered hopes for a corporate confrontation.

But then in steps Vito and Dave Franklin save the day.

Tanya and Vito sent a landscape architect home because they ran out of money. Brock Landscaping Rigid Dave Franklin offers to do what he can help, but when Vito tells his landscape architect that Dave may be the finishing touch to his design, he Is not happy.

Dave Franklin has a crack in Veet when his offer to help the athlete in his landscaping becomes sour. Photo: Channel 9

Dave Franklin has a crack in Veet when his offer to help the athlete in his landscaping becomes sour. Photo: Channel 9


“To be honest, it really offends me,” says landscape architect Brent. “No one gave us a choice. We were just told to leave the site. How can Dave do that if he doesn’t have the money?”

When Dave rides on the wind of the fact that he may cut the lunch of a rival landscape architect, it’s his turn to knot his Nicker, and he confronts Veet about it.

“I said only if I needed a hand, why did I get this?” He asks Vito. “You made me angry, mate.”

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And that’s true because if Vito doesn’t threaten to leave the site, it won’t be an episode of The Block. The only thing that convinces him to stay is the fact that Scott Cam arranges a reunion with the contestants and their families, and the children of Tanya and Veet are waiting for them (Melbourne-based couple). The kids were regular visitors to the site, but it’s not clear why it’s important anyway).

Luke and Josh's mom find Luke's good work clothes crumpled under a pile of garbage. Photo: Channel 9

Luke and Josh’s mom find Luke’s good work clothes crumpled under a pile of garbage. Photo: Channel 9


Family reunions bring a second breeze to everyone, but Luke and Josh, in particular, show off what they make to moms and dads and feel as embarrassed as the absolute state of the house. Parents can hardly see anything. Their sons built under a pile of garbage, building materials, and abandoned furniture.

The twins buy a new set because they don’t have clean sheets on their mom and dad’s beds. The concept of throwing some sheets into the washing machine is clearly a foreign concept. And when their mom finds Luke’s good suit in the crumpled and dirty mess of the floor, she has seizures of what looks like PTSD.

Still, Luke and Josh can’t control this week. They were finally able to set up a new screen around the outdoor bathroom, get off to a good start with additional bathrooms, and find last-minute specialist concrete to create three huge floating steps leading to the front door. rice field.

Luke and Josh's mom flashed back when the twins lived at home. Photo: Channel 9

Luke and Josh’s mom flashed back when the twins lived at home. Photo: Channel 9


“We had more downs than ups, but when we look around we feel that they will really continue to rise,” says Luke.

Did you miss the episode?

Episode 46: Twins Explode After Judge’s Barbaric Score

Episode 45: Team “Pigsty” gets one of the worst scores ever in a block

Episodes 43 & 44: Some Block Teams at Risk of Breaking

Episode 42: Block Builder Confronts Vito Over Tanya’s Lie

Episode 41 “When Tanya’s lie reaches a new height, her temper will boil.”

Episodes 39 & 40: “There’s something wrong with Kirsty”-the twin-targeted singer

Episode 38: Knife is out for Kirsty and Jesse

Episode 37: Hell Week Sees One Block Team Not Ending

Episodes 35 & 36: Block Team Re-engaged in Rule Violation

Episode 34: Shocking Death Shakes Blocks

Episode 33: Petty Georgia’s Troublesome Blocking Act

Episodes 31 & 32: Block Team Verbal Abuses Producers

Episode 30: “It’s Pissing”: The War with the Judges Heats

Episode 29: Mitch tells Judge Brock to “go on his own”

Episodes 27 & 28: Lip Sync Battle and Fruit Fight split blocks

Episode 26: The winner is not grinning as the block team boycotts the victorious supper

Episode 25: Twins Sticking Fingers to Judges

Episodes 23 & 24: Sherry Craft encourages block teams to circumvent the rules

Episode 22: Why Vito Attacked The Block

Episode 21: “Old-fashioned Public Toilet” — Block Room Condemned

Episodes 19 & 20: Jealousy rampant during a tense block challenge

Episode 18: Good Organizational Skills or Cheat?Mitch and mark with hot water

Episode 17: “It’s Junk”: The most sticky room in the block was blamed

Episode 16: “Shards of Garbage” block gets confused

Episode 15: Block cheat flashed by a hidden camera

Episode 14: The Greatest Event in Television History

Episode 13: Master Bedroom Deceives Controversy and Reveals Hurt

Episodes 11 & 12: Georgia threatens Block Foreman to ruin plans

Episode 10: Serious Block Accident Leads to Strike

Episode 9: “Evil” Bathroom Stanblock Judge

Episodes 7 & 8: Block players worried about “beginners”

Episode 6: Absolute Bull ***: Anger at the Judge’s Decision

Episode 5: A Night of Fuss Lands One Block Team at the Hospital

Episodes 3 & 4: Love Island twins accuse Mitch and Mark of copying

Episode 2: Love Island Twins Stick Boots into Country Singer

Episode 1: Shock, Showdown, Soup-Inspired Style

Summary of Block 2021 Episodes 47 and 48: Why did you explode the mild-mannered Dave Franklin?

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