Bachelors John, Angelo and Mark try and change habits of a lifetime in a bid to save their Big Boys Toys and John's most treasured childhood possessions. Follow the bachelor boys through an intense day of shocks, surprises and lessons.
Follow Henry and Susie as they watch their home gets ransacked and a thief makes off with thousands of dollars worth of goods as well as priceless mementos. In the end, see if the couple finally gets on the same page when it comes to home security.
Ginger and Bennett have argued about home security since they got married 25 years ago. She constantly reminds him to secure the home; security holds no importance to him. Their daughter, Kimberley follows in her father's footsteps. It turns alarming!
Newlyweds, Sunitha and Eric tempt fate and find out how their charming old style home they recently moved into is an easy target for a burglar. The two describe their neighborhood as safe, quiet, and feel their dogs barking would keep a burglar out.
Burglarized once and no change! Danny and Teresa have much to protect: jewelry, electronics and Danny's art- worth tens-of-thousands of dollars. Their son, Damon, is diligent about protecting the house. Can security be art for all to be interested?
Single females, Marlene and Katrina see the madness in their security methods as they protect their unlocked home in a wholly unorthodox manner. Resident thief John shows them how their own security ideas can work precariously against them!
Burglarized twice in the house which they've lived in since 1973, Suzanne and her 30-something twin daughters feel vulnerable in the precious home, particularly with the absence of any male figure. Bring in the ex-burglars for their first step to safety!
Forty-two-year old bachelor Mark lives in a waterfront dream house- tiki bar with plenty of high-ticket goodies a thief would love to get his hands on; he installed alarms and cameras, but it's still open and unlocked. It's time for a special visit...
Ryan and Camilla grew up in houses where security was not a concern -- that's not the case with their current home. The couple's two small children run in and out of doors with ease ... might it be just as simple for a thief?
After two robberies, single mom Stephanie still has problems finding time to secure her home. While she leaves the windows and doors open and unlocked, her attitude has been passed down to her teenage daughter who climbs through the kitchen window...
Phil and Roseann live in a Manhattan suburb with their two young children. Phil leaves doors unlocked while Roseann won't stay home alone at night. Can Phil be convinced to take his home security more seriously, and can Roseann overcome her intense fears?
Liz is raising two precocious young daughters in suburban Connecticut. Liz doesn't even know if her basement windows even have locks because she's too scared to get near the spider webs! Jon shows her first hand what there really is to fear.
For homeowners Paul and April, taking on the responsibility of an older home with its original doors and windows has been a challenge. Paul's misdirected priority of décor over deadlocks is corrected when he realizes how vulnerable he's left his family.
Loryn, a divorced mother of two grown children, saved for years to buy her dream house. It has everything she could want, but what good are these things when she doesn't seem to have burglar proofing her home high on her priority list?
30 frat boys living under one roof with not a care in the world besides how to pay for beer-it's a burglar's dream. It's time these boys get a lecture in home security. See whether they pass their final security exam.
Bruce, an auctioneer, buys and sells expensive jewelry and often brings his large inventory home at night. His bustling, five-bedroom city home has very little security, a point that concern's Bruce's fiancée.
Malaika lives alone in a high-crime neighborhood. She's been mugged in the past and takes home security very seriously but with a pricey art collection and a $50,000 Mercedes in the driveway, sometimes "seriously" isn't good enough.
Accused of being too trusting, Teresa & Don sometimes don't even feel the need to carry house keys during the day. That is until Jon turns up in disguise - and receives an open invite from Teresa to case the house from the inside!
One would think that single mom and real-estate agent Andie would know a thing or two about home security. After all, she shows houses to people for a living. Jon has to find a way in, and out, without getting noticed to teach Andie her lesson.
Donna and Vinnie live in Central Jersey with their young daughter. Their home is full of valuables, classic autos and irreplaceable sports memorabilia, but Vinnie doesn't think they'll ever get robbed. Enter, Jon! Time for a little reality check.
Matt and Jon are on special assignment when Frank, the show's security consultant, asks them to teach his brother a lesson. Frank's brother thinks all he needs is his Doberman Pincher for protection. Matt and Jon are out to prove him wrong.
Arthur designed the house he lives in with his wife. He wired up the whole house with a state of the art alarm system, but the trouble is he never hooked it up! His wife forces him to finish the job he started, so the family can be safe and secure.
Andrea and her husband Dylan, have just moved into their first home as husband and wife. Her father paid for the Porsche in the drive way, the new windows in back, and the only decent locks on the doors. Andrea is about to get a lesson in security.
Jennifer gets a lesson in trust when a potential guest at her Bed and Breakfast teams up with Jon to target her home and business, to show her just how vulnerable her business is, and what she can do to prevent future theft.
Ron, Joanne and their four kids live on the grounds of their family owned vineyard. Ron's in and out of his house frequently and never bothers to lock doors or any of his barns. How will he react when he sees a stranger walking off with his things?
In 2003 Clive and Michelle were violently mugged close to their home. They were affected so much that to this day, they won't walk around the neighborhood at night. Now with six-month-old, Ava in the picture, a security system is an even bigger priority.
Mark knows his wife, Tracy, has sloppy security habits and has resigned himself to walking behind her to lock up the doors and windows. Tracy doesn't think they're at risk and even leaves her purse, keys and garage opener in her unlocked car!
Lori and Scott have lived in the tranquility of suburbia for over ten years. Their need for security took an unexpected turn when Lori inherited hundreds of thousands of dollars in valuables from her mother.
Justine and Angelo have a two-year-old daughter, Isabella, and their new baby is due any minute. Before the big day, Mom and Dad realize they need to get their security priorities straight.
When Stephanie and Ray returned from vacation they found their house robbed and car stolen. Since then, they've moved into the country and their new home is outfitted with an alarm, motion sensors and a barking dog. Will these upgrades be enough?
A New Jersey couple and their teenage daughters are known for throwing parties in their large suburban home complete with a pool, gyroscope, rock wall and pool table. When Jon crashes a bash, this unsuspecting family is in for a security reality check.
AJ and Angie live with their two young girls in an open, rural, ranch-style home. AJ is a cop who deals with home invasions every week and can't accept that his home would be an attractive target for a thief.
Julio and Yolanda fled Nicaragua to the US seeking a better and safer life for their children. Security played a major role in their move since the family was robbed five times. Despite their best efforts, home security is still no protection for them.
Dorianne and Sean were never concerned about home security until Sean's car was broken into in their driveway. Still, Dorianne and Sean continue to sacrifice security for the convenience of a home with unlocked doors.
A wealthy Manhattan man fills his historic brownstone with expensive artwork and furniture and relies on his neighbors and street traffic to keep him safe from burglary. Jon devises a break-in plan that takes a bite out of this New Yorker.
Anthony and Cathy work hard to provide a wonderful home for their three children. But Cathy is hearing-impaired and the thought of a break-in terrifies her, especially when Anthony is away on business. This family needs to get real about home security.
Edna has lived in her home for 44 years and plans to live out her retirement years there. Her grown sons, Gary and George, live nearby and worry about her safety. Matt and Jon try to turn around her security system so that Edna can stay in her home.
Steven is living his dream of running his own auto repair shop for expensive cars. He's invested everything in this shop, but its lack of security could endanger Steven's future. Will thieves drive off with a lot of loot before Steven secures the shop?
With the assistance of his two bikini-clad accomplices, Jon breaches the security of an English manor home while Max, the homeowner, watches in shock and awe. Will Max, an entrepreneur and bachelor, be able to secure his estate?
Trisha has continued to manage her late husband's marina business. Having always felt safe within her floating community, Trisha continues to neglect security. With a house full of memories, Trisha faces how vulnerable her possessions are.