We caught up with Lewis to talk about his boyfriend's new job and debut on the series, his maid Zoila's plastic surgery, and when we can expect some OCD babies to join the fun. I was on George Lopez two days ago, and he said he was really excited for season four, but that was the last season. If you look at the beginning there have been some pretty drastic, dramatic changes from when we started the show. I think when you have as many years of success as I had, you certainly build an ego. I still have one, but I think it's a little different. We certainly don't talk about business all the time. But the show has been so beneficial to my business and my career that we really needed to proceed. What my responsibilities are and what his responsibilities are are two completely different things. He's in the office, he's on the phone all day, he's meeting with people, as well. Jenni and I are basically stuck to each other's sides all day long. So Gage and I aren't stuck to each other all day long. I don't think I would be with someone who didn't want to ultimately have children because that is something that I want to do.It's not really something, of course, that I expected. I didn't expect the dissolution of my business partnership. I mean if we're hooking up, we should totally not talk about business. Were you worried about taking your relationship public? When I get home, we can spend time together, and it's not like we've been together all day long. I don't understand how these spouses or people who have significant others that are working with them, I don't see how they do it -- being in an office side-by-side all day long and then going home and spending the evening together. There's been a lot of baby talk on the past in the show. It's funny, in my mind I have this mental checklist that's like, ? And then there's some business things I want to do, and then I believe children are next. The fifth season of Flipping Out premieres Wednesday, July 6 at 9 p.m. For more info, visit the show's official website and follow Jeff Lewis on Twitter.
If I were to do it, I'd probably rather use Gage's genetics. But you know, I think it's important to be a little bit unavailable because guys like that challenge. She's a little too, God, I hate to say it, but, desperate.
I really needed someone to chase down all these inquiries and opportunities that were coming into my office.
What happened was that I brought him into this business.
I didn't have the time or the energy to return these emails, to reach out to these opportunities.
The problem was that I was running around ragged, meeting with clients, going to job sites, and by the time I got home and was finished with my work, it was now at night.