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Bailey talks about her rocky relationship.
Whitney and Danielle reveal their cost-effective way of dealing with a messy closet.
Bailey discusses the importance of senior pictures and how her family was able to save money in purchasing them.
In the season finale, Bailey continues to deal with her relationship issues while Rex and Dylan contemplate a possible move to Georgia to save money on higher education.
Bailey shows us what to look for when buying a new car, admitting that she made numerous mistakes throughout her search and purchase.
Danielle discusses Todd's new truck and explains why she thinks its a good fit for the family.
Laura decides its time to see a marraige counselor, but Todd shows reluctance.
Heather reveals her solution to spending money on new shorts in the summertime, all she needs is a pair of scissors.
Dylan voices his displeasure over the new healthy food diet his parents impose on the family after learning of his high blood pressure.
With their emergency funds running low, Laura debates selling her wedding band.