Anthony travels to the Vermont Inn in Mendon, VT, near the Killington ski resort. The hotel is a former farmhouse built in the 1940s, and has 16 guest rooms and a tavern. Samantha McLemore and J.B. Smith purchased it as a turnkey business to run from a distant. Tim Hammond is Samantha’s brother-in-law, married to Jennifer and the couple has a two-year-old daughter. Business is down and the restaurant isn’t bringing anyone in, and the hotel is about to go under...Read the full recap
Anthony: Well, it looks like I’m wading through a sea of weeds here, unless there’s a herb garden I don’t know about.
Anthony: Everything should be quaint, dainty, and pretty. And I’m not feeling pretty.
Blanche: And what is that?
Anthony: That’s a painting.
Blanche: It feels like something is growing out of the wall.
Anthony: So wedding’s now on the bottom of the list and bankruptcy’s on the top of the list.
Samantha: More or less.
Anthony: All right. So we gotta switch that.