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Friday, Mar 13

8:30
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Episode 1010

Host, Chris Grundy, is checking out all kinds of tools for renovating. A combo tool that lets you plane and sand, handles to help carry awkward plywood and drywall, a railing that keeps you safe on the roof, and a trip to the Woodpeckers factory to see how they make their easy to use router tables. Plus, we're also heading to Maryland where Porter-Cable is showing us how they design and test all their latest tools.

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9:00
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Episode 401F

Young couple Matt and Kate are just starting their lives together. He's a professional musician who spends a lot of time rocking out with the boys. Kate has just finished college and is now a dental hygenist. The two have been living with Kate's parents. They've been dating for several years, and Matt is almost ready to propose. But things are starting to get cramped at Mom and Dad's-so the couple is looking for a place to call their own. After searching throughout the city, the couple zeroes in on a two-story semi-detached with a yard for their dogs and a garage for Matt's tools. They've got a renovation budget of $60,000. Matt is sure he can handle all the work himself. But to help form a design plan, Kate needs a pro. They meet their designer, Alexandra, who'll be tasked with meshing Matt's bare-bones, industrial leanings with Kate's warm and homey desires. Alex's elaborate designs could break the bank, so Matt's counting on her to come up with ways to bring on the chic with reclaimed items and plenty of DIY projects for Kate. The couple decides to move into the basement while they concentrate on the renovation. Moving from one tight space to another is more than enough reason to get the job done.

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9:30
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Episode 402F

Matt is ready to fix up the living room, buy a big screen tv-and start watching it. But Kate has other plans. She wants to renovate the master bedroom, and create a quiet hideaway far removed from the dusty, noisy construction. Matt agrees to renovate the bedroom, but only if he can get a wood-burning fireplace, and of course, a big tv. And no wallpaper. Alexandra's design gives Kate everything she wants and leaves nothing for Matt. A fireplace would break the bank, leaving no money for the rest of the room. So Alex comes up with an idea: a candle box with a mirrored inset. And it's Matt's job to build it. Once again Matt brings Simon in to help build his and her's closets. Matt's not thrilled with the idea of a fireplace niche, and even less enthused with Alex's choice of wallpaper for the room,but her design for the bathroom worked, so he takes a leap of faith and trusts her judgment. And the DIY projects she devises a padded headboard and reclaimed benches and dressers save the couple cash and win Matt over. Even though the couple is thrilled with the room, Alex once again went over budget. They've now spent almost $11,000 on just two rooms. If they want to finish the entire house, they'll have to reel in the spending.

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10:00
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Episode 403F

With two rooms upstairs finished, there's only one bedroom left to complete before Matt and Kate can move out of the dingy basement. But with the summer season fading fast, Kate votes to redo their overgrown backyard. Alex wants to minimize the yard's bowling alley effect by breaking it up into three spaces: an entry/grill area, a dining area and a place to lounge. Matt breaks out the jackhammer to break up the old concrete and prep it for plantings. To create privacy, they opt to save cash by building a willow fence instead of cedar. But Kate splurges on a stone walkway and patio. In the end, the backyard is exactly what she wanted. But once again, they've gone way over budget, by $700. With only three spaces completed, they've already spent $16,937.

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10:30
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Episode 404F

The bathroom, bedroom and backyard are finished, but Matt and Kate are still living in their cramped basement. It's time to take on the spare bedroom so that the couple can finally move upstairs. Matt sees the room as a chance to save cash by going sparse - a can of paint and a bed. Kate has other ideas. She wants to turn the room into a walk-in closet for her, maybe with a futon for guests. Kate's plan is put into action, but when Alex asks for more money for custom closets, fabric and wallpaper, Matt puts his foot down. After a heated talk about finances, Matt gives in and vows to do what he can to save money. Even if it means hanging wallpaper. Kate gets the DIY bug when she helps Alexandra reclaim an old chair, but it won't be enough to keep this project out of the red. Will Matt get his money's worth?

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11:00
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Episode 405F

With the upstairs entirely finished, Matt and Kate can concentrate on the first floor. But rather than starting a kitchen or living room makeover, they decide to go for curb appeal at the front of their house. Matt loves the recently-added sunroom, and he convinces Kate to let him keep it. Alexandra has an idea to open up the space: folding glass doors. But they won't come cheap. If they want the doors, a new stone walkway, new plants and furnishings, they'll spend nearly $11,000! Matt's able to tear out the sidewalk without a hitch, but when he tries to demo a portion of the sunroom, all he finds is rot. Will the sunroom survive? Or will the damage require even more money to fix? The planting's are in and the new sidewalk is down, but Matt's getting fed up--his renovation is turning into a money pit.

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11:30
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Episode 406F

The front yard and walkway are complete, but the sunroom project is now behind schedule and way over budget. Kate's been splurging on every room. Now, it's Matt's turn. He insists on a heated floor for the sunroom. The couple gives Alexandra a budget of $2000 to make it happen, and she's determined to finish the project at or under budget. While Matt and Simon lay down the floor, Kate and Alex find discounted fabrics for curtains and seating. Kate even helps Matt lay the flooring. And for the first time, Alex delivers a design that costs less than expected.

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12:00
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Episode 407F

With the upstairs and exterior complete, Matt and Kate take on the main floor. Matt thinks it'll be easier to treat the open floor plan as one big job. They want to add privacy to the stairwell to the basement, and the drab stairway to the second floor need to be reworked, too. And Matt demands a fireplace in the living room along with a spot for a giant television. It's a big job for Matt, but doing it himself will save the couple cash, and Alex finds some hickory flooring that will add a sophisticated tone to the space.

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12:30
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Episode 408F

Matt and Kate can't wait to get started renovating the kitchen. But they can't agree on the design. Kate wants a warm and cozy country kitchen. Matt wants modern and industrial. Alex is challenged with combining their two tastes. The budget will be their most expensive job yet: $15,500 for appliances and custom cabinetry. Alex and Kate find a collection of antique jars and plates to stock the kitchen, and Matt puts all of his DIY skills to work by installing the cabinets and backsplash.

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1:00
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Episode 409F

The kitchen job took a huge bite out of their budget. The couple is beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel, but they've only got $5800 for the remaining jobs. The dining room is next on the list. Matt sees it as a chance to save money by finding used furniture and window treatments. Kate wants to splurge on a new set of everything-but a quick shopping trip changes her mind. Her parents give her an old table, and Alex transforms it into the centerpiece of the room. And Kate

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1:30
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Episode 410F

The living room is the final room on the list. Matt doesn't care what Kate and Alex have planned for the room as long as he gets his television. Kate has to have a computer space, so Matt takes advantage of a dead space underneath the stairs. He designs and builds a desk made from antique barn wood, adding a rustic, loft-ish vibe to the room. Alexandra's plan to use aircraft cable as a stair railing backfires when the design comes in at over $4000.

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2:00
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Episode 411F

With the reno winding down, Matt wants to use the remaining cash to set up a workspace in the garage. But Kate thinks a guest room downstairs would be more useful. They only have about $1500 left. But Matt has set aside $5,000 in an emergency fund. The couple decides to tap into the fund and makeover the basement. Alex's design incorporates a music/rec room with a guestroom. Matt's got plenty of DIY projects to complete: new countertops, a table an

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2:30
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Episode 412F

The very last room on Matt and Kate's epic renovation agenda is the garage. Kate decides to give this room to Matt; her only requirement is that it still function as a garage. Matt wants a workspace for his projects, and a place to store his tools. Alex has a wild idea to build a dividing wall with Matt's favorite thing, wallpaper. Matt thinks it's a horrible idea, but by now he trusts Alex's judgment. When the project's done, Matt's thrilled with the results. The couple decides to throw a dinner party to celebrate. At the end of the night, Matt pops the question to Kate.

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3:00
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Episode 101

RockyTop Log Furniture gets extra busy as their business expands to include building log homes. Tommy's latest log home build is for new clients who lost everything in a fire. The site location is over two hours away and this causes friction back in the office. Gwen worries that a job so far from home will affect the business back at Rockytop and is less than thrilled with Tommy's decision to take on this project. With such a tight turnaround Gwen wonders if they can continue to fill their log furniture orders on time and build this log home or will projects fall through the cracks. In addition to managing the company Gwen rounds up family and friends to shoot a music video for a song her nephew and niece wrote. Gwen's best friend choreographs an original line dance for the video but the group is having trouble getting the steps down. Gwen and Tommy work hard to pull off everything on their plate but it won't be easy.

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4:00
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Episode 301

The return of spring in Alaska means the race is on for three builders to begin constructing homes in the remote wilderness before the inevitable return of winter shuts them down. Three builders begin construction on a fishing retreat near Anchorage, a ski hut close to Valdez and a getaway log cabin in the Southeast corner of remote Alaska. Before breaking ground, one builder has to fly to his build site to inspect the piece of land he purchased without ever stepping foot on it, breaking the number one rule of land buying.

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5:00
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Episode 302

The challenges of building homes in remote Alaska continues as Lee orchestrates a massive eighteen-load helicopter drop to deliver the equipment and supplies he'll need to build a two-story cabin on Bulchitna Lake. Elsewhere, Derek handcrafts logs with a scriber and begins the tedious process of cataloging each piece of wood that will eventually be helicoptered over to his build site. Plus, Tony forgets a crucial item back in town that sets him back over a thousand dollars.

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6:00
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Episode 303

Tony Malone's crew outside of Haines, Alaska, get a visit from a hungry bear. Builder Lee Raymond faces challenges when working closely with family. Derek Galbraith reveals the tragic story behind the heli-skiing industry in Valdez, Alaska.

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7:00
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Episode 304

Tony's log cabin getaway is shut down after heavy rains make work too dangerous to continue, while a miscalculation at Lee's two story house on Bulchitna Lake has the crew enraged, and Derek takes his crew fishing on the Copper River basin with the area's only female river guide to reward them for a job well done as their ski hut project continues to thrive.

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8:00
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Episode 305

Challenges persist on the build sites as Lee brings in a pinch hitter they call the Ninja Framer to get his client's project back on schedule. Derek's crew struggles to work on the ski hut through an infestation of mosquitoes, and Tony discovers an expensive mistake that sends him back to the saw yard to cut new logs for his remote cabin getaway.

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9:00
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Episode 306

The builds are growing taller and the work more dangerous as Lee's crew must balance on a second story beam to get work done. Tony attempts to take a day off but stumbles upon a mysterious cabin that could be his next project. Meanwhile, Derek and his crew attempt to clear the site to create the ski hut's foundation pylons in the face of wicked winds, making it dangerous for the helicopter pilot to sling gravel to the guys.

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10:00
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Episode 307

Lee's crew scrambles to correct a mistake after a mighty framing miscalculation at Bulchitna Lake. Tony makes a dangerous call to fix a problem that could destroy his own log cabin and potentially injure his team, and excitement builds for Derek's crew as transport of the ski hut begins, until the helicopter goes missing and sends the crew into an outright panic while they wait for answers.

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11:00
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Episode 308

Lee's crew must push through waves of mosquitoes and fatigue to finish the deck of their Bulchitna Lake build before the floatplane arrives to take them home for a day of rest. In Haines, Tony and his crew wrestle the largest and heaviest pieces of the build into place without any kind of machinery, and Derek pushes the panic button after more bad weather and mechanical problems delay his build once again.

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12:00
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Episode 306

The builds are growing taller and the work more dangerous as Lee's crew must balance on a second story beam to get work done. Tony attempts to take a day off but stumbles upon a mysterious cabin that could be his next project. Meanwhile, Derek and his crew attempt to clear the site to create the ski hut's foundation pylons in the face of wicked winds, making it dangerous for the helicopter pilot to sling gravel to the guys.

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1:00
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Episode 307

Lee's crew scrambles to correct a mistake after a mighty framing miscalculation at Bulchitna Lake. Tony makes a dangerous call to fix a problem that could destroy his own log cabin and potentially injure his team, and excitement builds for Derek's crew as transport of the ski hut begins, until the helicopter goes missing and sends the crew into an outright panic while they wait for answers.

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2:00
AM
Episode 308

Lee's crew must push through waves of mosquitoes and fatigue to finish the deck of their Bulchitna Lake build before the floatplane arrives to take them home for a day of rest. In Haines, Tony and his crew wrestle the largest and heaviest pieces of the build into place without any kind of machinery, and Derek pushes the panic button after more bad weather and mechanical problems delay his build once again.

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3:00
AM
Episode 305

Challenges persist on the build sites as Lee brings in a pinch hitter they call the Ninja Framer to get his client's project back on schedule. Derek's crew struggles to work on the ski hut through an infestation of mosquitoes, and Tony discovers an expensive mistake that sends him back to the saw yard to cut new logs for his remote cabin getaway.

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4:30
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Episode 101

Host Steve Watson is taking on the desert wasteland that LAPD officer Adam and his growing family call a backyard. The team rips out Adam's collection of weeds and transforms the barren backyard into a lush oasis, complete with a shade sail, monster play set and a Buddha fountain. A custom barbecue island, new grass and a truck full of trees and plants fulfill the homeowners' dream of a Zen paradise.

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