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Behind a huge wall in Atlanta, eight families are competing for $250,000 and the title of Kings of the Neighborhood!

Recaps by Chico Alexander, GSNN

Host Matt Rogers
Creator Mike Fleiss
EP Mike Fleiss
Jay Bienstock
Packager Next Entertainment & Jay Bienstock Productions for Warner Horizon TV
Origins Annandale Main, Kennesaw, GA
Airs 9p Sun, CBS
Available Streaming Online

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Box Lunch
September 6

Last time in the neighborhood, the Upshaws struck a deal with the Schindlers in a move that said that Core is not afraid to turn on its own. Even though the Mullennixes were targeted for elimination, the over-confident Nelsons were dealt a losing blow and voted out of the neighborhood.

The Johnstons remember a little bit of the curveballs. They feel bad for the Nelsons, but at the same time, they remember that there are four families playing a game. There's a little less trust for the Upshaws' word. The Upshaws are following a moral code as best as they can, but there are no rules. This is a game, but Christopher Upshaw sees this experience as fractioning the neighborhood.

Regina Johnston knew that there would be a routine established, as she and Cameron decide to make do.

Meanwhile, a box is lowered behind the wall. And while we try and figure out what it is inside, Cameron and Rick decide that there's no bad blood between them.

Inside the box... FOOD! It's about time that they got the groceries.

Over at the Johnston house, Cameron relates his story of being a stay-at-home father. The prize money would be a good help to the family


In the Johnston garage, aka the Indoor Stadium, each family is given two decks of cards. You're going to have to build the highest house of cards in five minutes will earn a slight advantage in the Neighborhood Challenge.

And the winners... Upshaws with four levels! They get a slight advantage in the...


Threefamily members will participate. Each family has 10 items of clothing with their family-colored letter on it. Run it over to the line, get it to your backyard, and the letters will spell out two five-letter words. Whoever spells it out first will win home security for the week.

Because the Upshaws won the Home Challenge, they get the first letter... an E.

Johnstons are the first with a letter, but the Upshaws have two, giving them three. David Schindler's the first to his clothesline, with only two. Later, the Mullennixs and the Upshaws both have nine. Upshaws are the first with 10! Now to descramble.

Mullennixs get 10, and David S. is pondering over eight pieces of clothing.

The words... RINSE CYCLE.... and that's what the UPSHAWS are going to get with a new washer/dryer... and a new generator... and new clothes! The game ball goes to Lexi for figuring this out. The Schindlers say that their deal with the Upshaws have worked out so far.

Regina feels like she let the Johnstons down. She says that they need to prepare to leave and be grateful if they don't.

The Mullennixs think that the Johnstons and the Schindlers are going up, because they've been close with the Upshaws for a long time.

Meanwhile, Matt has a special delivery for the Upshaws. Washer. Dryer. Clothes. And of course, the generator outside. And Therese and Lexi are fighting over everything. Including a Gucci purse.

The Mullennixs decide to go visit the neighbors, trying to get a feel as to what's about to happen. Chris' gut feeling says that the Schindlers and the Johnstons are going up. David feels like he's in danger. They pact together.

Christopher U. has to make a decision, saying that he'd take out the bigger threat. Lexi says that the Mullennix family should leave. Rick agrees. Christopher says that they have to take out the Johnstons. Rick's actually worried about all three families.


Therese likes the washer/dryer. Lexi likes the clothes. Chris says that winning three-in-a-row is making him worried. "The outcome is the outcome." The Johnstons say that the big prize is all that matters. The Mullennixs says that the big prize will make a huge difference in their lives. They live paycheck to paycheck. What's more important to them? The money. Cameron J. disagrees. He'll be happy to walk out of the neighborhood if he does it with his family. David says that everyone's paranoid. We're all wondering what we're doing. That's the game.

The Upshaws nominate the Schindlers and the Mullennixs. They're more shocked than they were last round. Nathanael just hopes that they stay. The Schindlers came into this for the prize first, but they gained new friends and appreciation for family.

Time to vote.


And there go the Mullennixs... possibly for good. "Hope you sleep well... I trusted you."

And then... there were three. Next week, there'll only be one as the competition reaches its heady climax. We'll leave a light on for you.

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