Michelle and Denis love inner city life but with two kids under 5 they're overrun with clutter. The team finds solutions for a family of four living in a 2-bedroom apartment.
Dean. Single dad of two, Dean, has filled his house with over 600 board games and other sci-fi items. Peter challenges Dean to confront who he is and admit that he's enough.
Amara, Sokhem, Sokhey. After arriving in Australia as refugees, 3 sisters moved out of their family home and left their clutter. In an emotional journey we unearth an untold story of family survival.
Steve and Maria have battled tough times. Peter helps them see they're living in the past with remnants of their previous life cluttering their outdoors.
Caroline and Adrian. With two young children, new parents Caroline and Adrian have struggled to cope in a home that's overwhelmed with clutter. Cherie battles to reinvent the space, while Peter attempts to break through Caroline's wall of self-doubt.
Rob and Sharon. Rob and Sharon live with their three daughters in a small house with two cluttered garages. While the team sorts through Rob and Sharon's physical stuff, Peter also addresses their relationship clutter.
Gary and Neriezza. After Gary lost his ability to walk, daughter Neriezza moved back home to care for him. Clutter taking over, Neriezza reaches out to the team to help her dad reclaim independence.
Sally and Mark. Mark's garage is cluttered with Sally's stuff and he's called for help. A record 366 boxes are removed from the garage and the largest donation tally is reached.
Carolyn comes from a family of hoarders so she can't see the clutter. She simply blocks it out while the rest of the family struggle with the chaos. The team comes to the rescue.
Lisa & Jason. Four truckloads of boxes are transported to the sorting warehouse where Lisa and Jason face one of the biggest challenges ever: to reduce their clutter by at least 80 percent and confront their bad habits.