42-year-old lab technician Barry Phillips is literally drowning in the remnants of his hoarding. An avid collector of all things TV-related, including hundreds of DVDs, VHS cassettes and TV memorabilia, Barry's harmless hobby has now become a living nightmare. Barry's living room, bedrooms, conservatory and even hallway are all crammed high with his hoard making it almost impossible to entertain guests. Now with the support of his brother Mark, Barry has called upon Nick and Abigail to help him get his life back, in what looks to be their toughest challenge yet. It takes the team three days to transfer Barry's hoard to a warehouse, and the scale is truly shocking. Covering more than the area of two tennis courts, it includes: over 4500 CDs and 3500 VHS cassettes; 50 vintage radios; hundreds of unopened Dr Who toys; and enough books and magazines to open a library – including over 5000 copies of the Radio Times. Abigail plans to give Barry a retro bachelor retreat design scheme that will inspire him not to re-clutter his home again, and she needs nearly £3000 to achieve it. But with Barry initially showing little signs of wanting to let go of his hoard, Nick will have his work cut out for him if he's to make enough money for Abigail's redesign. In a bid to remove his emotional attachment to his hoard, Barry goes to see a hypnotherapist, which, along with the support of his brother Mark, gives Barry the impetus to finally part with some of his collection, but will it sell? First up, Nick takes Barry to a Dr Who convention in a bid to shift Barry's huge memorabilia collection, and enlists the help of Dr Who number 6, Colin Baker, to help them sell it. Then Nick puts his bargaining skills to good use and gets a handy sum for Barry's vintage radios and family silver. It's an emotional journey, and Nick and Abigail have done their best to get Barry back on track. But will Barry stick to his side of the bargain and keep his house in order for good?