When Jeff Lewis and Megan are together, their relationship is similar to that of fire and water; it can get hot at times, but they both cooperate and overcome their differences in order to work together effectively.
Similarly, Jeff appears to play practical jokes on his coworkers and to be unconvinced about his own abilities, which leads to him verbally insulting them and making unnecessary remarks, which appears to have sparked a brawl and a lot of tension among the Flipping Out ensemble.
Other members of the cast appear to be having problems with Jeff, who does not appear to be on speaking terms with the Pulos brothers. Furthermore, his cast has been grounded as a result of the Covid situation. As a result, it is more important than ever for Jeff to work as a team player rather than pushing his will and sense of humour on the individuals.
Because of this, he appears to value Megan’s contributions to the programme and considers her to be a useful resource because she appears to assist him in achieving the goal of increasing revenue for the company. Megan Weaver claims that Jeff Lewis told her that she had double-checked her work, and Jeff appears to verbally harass his case members in general, and Megan in particular because she was frequently referred to as “lazy” and “half-assed,” as well as “half-assed.”