Synopsis by Hal Erickson
In this "junior" version of the TLC network's home-decorating series Trading Spaces, two teams of youngsters -- boys in one team, girls in the other -- created and fashioned "dream" bedrooms for one another. Guided by adult host Diane Mizota, the boys redecorated the girls' rooms in their absence, and vice versa. On hand to make certain that the designs didn't get too outrageous or impractical were professional designers Jordin Ruderman and Scott Sicari, and carpenters Ginene Licata and Barte Shadlow. During its original run, Trading Spaces: Boys vs. Girls was seen on two different networks: The series premiered May 17, 2003, as a Saturday-morning program on NBC, and two days later was launched as a daily series on cable's Discovery Kids Channel.