Recaps7x2: Futility Closet recap
: Anthony goes to Rhode Island and Misquamicut Beach, which started booming in the 1950s. He's there to help the 34-room Sandy Shore Motel, which has a view of the ocean. Online reviews say that it's a dump. The motel is only open during the summer season, so the owner, Gene, only has a couple of months to make money for the entire year... read more.7x1: Hostel Takeover recap
: Anthony goes to El Paso, Texas, and takes in the view of two states and three countries. The Gardner Hotel was built in 1922 and is the oldest continuous operating hotel in El Paso. The owner, Joe Nebhan, has converted it into a hostel where guests share rooms. Anthony admits that he's never tried to turn around a hostel before... read more.6x13: Ex Marks the Spot recap
: In Bangor, Maine, Anthony passes through the downtown area to get to the historic 30-room Charles Inn. The online reviews read like a horror story and owner Connie Boivin is deep in debt. The old is hotel and there's a big crowd at the attached bar, The Big Easy. The customers say that it's am bar and they're all locals, and they confirm that it closes at 1 in the morning. Anthony figures that the bar has to make 20 drinks to make the same money as one hotel room... read more.6x12: Underwear, Under Where? recap
: Anthony travels to the five-acre 120-room Brookside Resort in Gatlinburg, TN, to help out the managers Denise Throntveit and her son Jake. Denise doesn't own the property, but has a 20-year lease with the owners. They've been there for three years and in the last year, could raise the $200,000 to pay the owners. Before he goes to the hotel, he checks out some moonshine at the smoky Moonshine Holler. The owner gives Anthony a taste and advises him to drink it right from the mason jar. He's heard of the Brookside and advises Anthony to take another shot, warning that it needs a lot of help... read more.6x11: A Tall Odor in Myrtle Beach recap
: Anthony heads to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, to help the 59-room Lancer Motel. He drives there in a three-wheel moped past the beaches, and notes that there is a lot of competition among hotels. Chad Patel owns the Lancer, and has run it for over 30 years. Since 2006, Chad had struggled to make a profit. His son Sachin is the GM, and he figures that the need help from Anthony to give them a competitive edge... read more.