Season 3, Episode 8

Stone Cellar Historical Dance Hall Makeover

With only a few days to prepare for the Stone Cellar's grand opening of their dance hall, the Junk Gypsies have been asked to revamp the century old dance hall. They design a new stage so all bands from all over feel welcomed into the dance hall and convert an old irrigation wheel into a grand chandelier. Jolie helps all of the Junk Gypsy crew get ready for the dance by teaching them her dance steps. The Junk Gypsies celebrate the dance hall's new look and atmosphere by dancing with their friends, family and people of Round Top.
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