The Great Christmas Light Fight Episodes American Broadcasting Company Season 2

Season 2 (2014) American Broadcasting Company December 8, 2014 and December 22, 2014

Episodes in USA Episodes American Broadcasting Company Title Original air date


Prod.code  U.S. viewers


106 106 "Episode 1" December 8, 2014 106 6.83
Judge: Sabrina Soto

"Bagwell Family" (Springfield, MO) over 110,000 lights are set to music, including a light pond with multiple characters; "Weaver Family" (Rohnert Park, CA) a home is transformed into a 58-foot tall castle with multiple hand-made Disney characters; "Belcher Family" (Rowlett, TX) projection mapping makes a house talk and become an animated display, combined with 70,000 lights set to music and a dance routine with Santa and Mrs. Claus; "Barnard Family" (Lebanon, TN) eight acres of land with over 2 million lights is a drive-through holiday display with a nativity scene manger with live animals and a drive-through home for Santa. WINNER: Weaver Family

107 107 "Episode 2" December 8, 2014 107 6.83
Judge: Michael Moloney

"Daigle Family" (Paincourtville, LA) a 2.5 acre display has lighted trains, ferris wheels, and searchlights that require FAA approval; "Apruzzi Family" (Old Bridge, NJ) separate displays in the front and back yards with over 130,000 lights on over 200 wire frames; "Horrocks/Conway Families" (Coventry, RI) two families combine an old-fashioned display of blow molds with new technology and a castle from Frozen; "Loya Family" (El Paso, TX) an immigrant family creates a display with over 400,000 lights set to music and a Santa's Village area. WINNER: Loya Family The Loya family stated they would donate their prize to local charities.

108 108 "Episode 3" December 15, 2014 108 5.30
Judge: Sabrina Soto

"Alexander Family" (Fresno, CA) a 100-foot long castle with 300,000 lights and multiple animated displays; "BetGeorge Family" (Newark, CA) oversized musical instruments seem to play the music along with a light display featuring light beams on the roof and a live choir; "Lashbrook Family" (Owensboro, KY) a large manger and multiple wire-frame characters creates a homestyle traditional display; "Johnson Family" (San Antonio, TX) a high-tech display uses digital RGB pixels instead of regular lights and makes a dubstep Christmas music dance party. WINNER: Alexander Family

109 109 "Episode 4" December 15, 2014 109 5.30
Judge: Michael Moloney

"Liz Simmons" (Dallas, TX) one woman makes a quirky, whimsical display of dioramas and 110,000 lights but suffers a power issue on judging night; "Huffty Family" (Jacksonville, FL) a digital RGB pixel tree and a robotic snowman are the stars of a display set to music; "Ludy Family" (Columbus, GA) custom-made wire frames and a 30-foot mega-tree in a display of animated lights that extends into the house next door; "Taylor Family" (Vallejo, CA) aluminum foil makes the display seem brighter with a walk-through display of lights and figures. WINNER: Huffty Family

110 110 "Episode 5" December 22, 2014 110 5.88
Judge: Sabrina Soto

"Canizales Family" (Sanger, CA) 80,000 lights just on the roof are built into wire fencing around the home with lights set to music; "Setti Family" (Norwalk, CT) 150,000 lights and 400 hand-made figurines are displayed by a couple retiring their display after 26 years due to their age; "Roberts Family" (Andrews, TX) a 70-foot tall mega-tree with 64,000 lights on it is the heart of this light display set to music; "Wetherington Family" (Dover, FL) 50 acres of property are converted into Christmas Lane with lights, animatronics, and figurines throughout the property. WINNER: Setti Family

111 111 "Episode 6: The Season Finale" December 22, 2014 111 5.88
Judge: Michael Moloney

"Thames Family" (Midland, TX) an oversized sleigh for Santa and hand-made poinsettias built out of lights are the focal points of this display; "Mortensen Family" (Windsor, CA) a home is wrapped in brown tarp to resemble a gingerbread house with gingerbread men characters representing the family and a large cuckoo clock, all covered in lights; "Fuller Family" (Clayton, NC) a large property uses only 100,000 lights set to music but still makes it look sharp; "Hammel Family" (Davie, FL) a tropical-themed display has lights completely covering the ground along with lasers, blow molds, and a movie screen. WINNER: Fuller Family

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