A woman's farm is at risk due to a substantial hoard sparked by preparation for an economic crash. Also: a hoard of plants have overrun a man's house and he risks losing his family is can't clean things up.
A woman blames her hoarding on demons possessing her home; a man faces charges when the hoard in his historic San Francisco Victorian house catches fire and almost burns down the block.
Former famed interior designer, Sandra, has hoarded out every square inch of the historic mansion she lost to foreclosure. However, she refuses to leave the manor in spite of the fact the bank has sold it to a new couple. The new owners are now facing a crisis of conscience trying to figure out how to compassionately evict Sandra from the property and dispose of her hoard.
Andy and Becky feel it is their constitutional right to live however they choose, even if that's among 250 tons of hoard. They soon find themselves in a battle with the city government that could end with them going to jail and losing their home.
Over the past three decades, Dale fills his Alaskan property with everything from decking from the Yukon River Bridge to more than 100 vehicles. Hoarded out of his home and with a harsh winter approaching, Dale must clean up or face perishing.