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Before and Afters

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Before: Gutted Kitchen

After: Sophisticated and Natural

Before: Complete Remodel

After: Warm Neutrals

Before: Outdated Design

After: Traditional Update

Before: Bland and Unfinished

After: Sleek and Modern

Before: Scary Kitchen

After: White Elegance

About the show

When it comes to a kitchen, renovation can literally bring down the house. Homeowners want a showplace but often end up overwhelmed, out of money and frustrated with the process of overhauling their kitchen. On DIY Network's Kitchen Impossible, carpenter and electrician Marc Bartolomeo works with homeowners to achieve the kitchen they've always wanted. But getting the job done right can mean changing plans or ripping out existing construction. Our cameras are there to capture the twists and turns that come with home improvement. In the end, Marc shows homeowners that with a little work and ingenuity, getting their dream kitchen is never impossible.

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Season 6, Episode 3

Double Duty

David and Colleen Murphy purchased their home ten years ago as a young couple with tons of drive and ambition to renovate their entire home. However, three children later, the power tools were replaced with bottles, toys and art supplies. Now the Murphys are anxious to start working on their kitchen with the help of host Marc Bartolomeo. The Murphys will tear down the wall between the kitchen and dining room and gain more cabinet space. They'll also make drawer organizers to hold the children's drawing utensils so that it's also a kid-friendly area.

Wednesday
Mar 11

7am | 6c

Season 6, Episode 6

Old to Orderly

Joe and Jen Tully have tried to bring out the retro style of their 1950s kitchen, but they're starting to realize the space is just plain old... not to mention completely disorganized! The Tullys have tried everything from painting the cabinets and countertops to even "magic-markering" the floors. Host Marc Bartolomeo will help out by opening the kitchen up and replacing their metal cabinets with something more modern for lots of storage. He'll then show the couple how to outfit those cabinets with soft-close hinges to prevent wear and tear, plus introduce loads of features to help them stay organized.

Wednesday
Mar 18

7am | 6c

Season 6, Episode 9

Raising the Bar

Jessica Bolton and friend Caya have tackled their fair share of DIY projects throughout the house, but it all ends in the kitchen. The pair wants a place to entertain their friends, but the current setup has made it impossible. And since the kitchen is in the basement, they're worried they'll have a hard time getting full-size appliances into the space. They also are dealing with water damage and very old floors. Marc will help the ladies pour a cool concrete floor and move the old appliances out while figuring out how to load in a full-size range and refrigerator. Plus, they'll install floating shelves for the bar area.

Wednesday
Mar 25

7am | 6c

Season 6, Episode 2

The Duct Tape Dilemma

Cindy and Josh's kitchen cabinets have suffered major water damage and are falling apart, but they don't know how to fix anything without using duct tape! The room has potential, but will host Marc Bartolomeo be able to help this couple? Marc will add brand-new cabinets for the storage they need, and he'll also seal the countertop seams and install a new faucet to prevent any future water disasters.

Thursday
Apr 2

8am | 7c

Season 6, Episode 4

Picking up the Pieces

Kareem and Heather Bryant purchased a fixer-upper three years ago but were unaware of what they were getting themselves into. Every time they turn around, something else seems to fall apart in their kitchen. The Bryants are scared to replace anything with the fear of their kitchen crumbling down. Host Marc Bartolomeo will rescue the Bryants by picking up the pieces. They'll make a pass-through to make the kitchen appear bigger and will also add more storage space, all while making it very stylish and up-to-date.

Thursday
Apr 9

8am | 7c

Season 6, Episode 6

Old to Orderly

Joe and Jen Tully have tried to bring out the retro style of their 1950s kitchen, but they're starting to realize the space is just plain old... not to mention completely disorganized! The Tullys have tried everything from painting the cabinets and countertops to even "magic-markering" the floors. Host Marc Bartolomeo will help out by opening the kitchen up and replacing their metal cabinets with something more modern for lots of storage. He'll then show the couple how to outfit those cabinets with soft-close hinges to prevent wear and tear, plus introduce loads of features to help them stay organized.

Thursday
Apr 16

8am | 7c

Season 6, Episode 8

A Modern Flair

Jackson and Shelby Derbish have lived in their home for three years and have always wanted to renovate their kitchen to make it more modern. They've tried doing a few minor changes but lack the skills to really make an impact. Now all that's left is a hole in the wall, burnt laminate tile and yellow paneling. Host Marc Bartolomeo will help the Derbishes inject some modern, eclectic touches by installing beautiful red cabinets and removing the wall between the kitchen and dining room to make it more open.

Thursday
Apr 23

8am | 7c

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