Anthony arrives in Baltimore and goes to the heart of Mt. Vernon to help out the 12-room Abercrombie Inn. The owners are Hank and Sue Vahora, who purchased the B&B in 2007. Since 2009 they've been having problems. Anthony admires the building but discovers that the parking sign is out of date. There is broken glass and cigarettes around the lot and Anthony finds a vial of what appears to be crack...Read the full recap
Anthony: I don't use drugs, but something tells me that's a crack vial. Did I just say "crack vial" next to a bed and breakfast? So now when people ask me "What's the weirdest thing you've ever found?" A crack vial in front of a hotel.
Anthony: Oh, but thank God. They finally did something right. They gave me one hanger. I'm only one person. I only need one hanger, apparently.
Anthony: We have a Victorian hotel that looks like a crack house where we got vials outside and it looks vile inside.
Anthony: Gonna make a little dust cake, a little dust pie for you. Put this on my head. A little toupee. Look at all those particles going into your nose. This could be yours for $125.
Casey Noble: I like the windows. I like that. I don't like what's between them, but I think that's nothing a dump truck can't take care of.
Hank: I will definitely take care of this problem from today.
Anthony: I thought you had no money.
Hank: No, but I can go and notice and write it down in a logbook.
Anthony: Make sure when you go to the store to buy a notebook, it's about 3,000 pages.
Anthony: The germs can get into the egg and cause bacteria, and bacteria gives you food poisoning. Food poisoning can cause death. Killing guests is bad for business.