TV Schedule

Sunday, Mar 22

7:00
AM
Episode 806

Before: Eight Sides of Horror. After: A showstopper. This octagon-shaped space has 12-foot ceilings, a wall of windows and tons of potential. To give this bath the modern look the homeowner wants, everything must get ripped out. The new layout is made square and filled with a big, beautiful shower with body sprays and speakers. On the floor, which is heated, half the room is covered with a fumed oak and underneath the soaking tub lays black pebbles. Behind the tub, the old windows get replaced by an entire wall of sliding glass panels, which gives the perfect view to the outdoors.

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7:30
AM
Episode 807

This crash makes an existing bath seem much bigger and better with just a few changes in layout and by adding luxury. The brown tub and ugly deck are replaced with an infinity soaker with chromatherapy and wrapped apron for storage. The dark oak vanity gives way to a sleek glass one that floats off wall and features compartmentalized storage, plug-ins for sundry bath electronics, and a lift up mirror that houses an HDTV. A full length mirrored cabinet with more storage and plugins offsets and compliments the vanity. The carpeting is ripped out and large slabs of tile go down, with an 8-foot strip of lighted, blasted glass embedded in the floor between. The shower is upgraded with more large tile, large rain head, body sprays, and handcrafted cedar bench. The final touch is a DIY wood wall with a design blasted into maple planks and lit with tiny LEDs.

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8:00
AM
Episode 808

A bathroom barely bigger than a powder room expands into a grand luxury suite. The focal point is a huge wet room that houses a big, deep soaker tub and his/her shower heads and body sprays. Recycled granite highlights the tub wall, while three different types of tile are blended to create a unique 'rug' in the shower area. Elegant, DIY candle lanterns are suspended above the tub, and an arched entry into the shower with three glass panels finish off the space and keeps the rest of the room dry. Opposite the shower sits a huge double sink vanity, featuring a soapstone countertop and plenty of cabinets and drawers for storage. The space is enhanced with two large mirrors with built-in light strips, pendants above each sink, and floating shelves in the space between mirrors. One of the mirrors even features a TV. A DIY string pendant provides unique lighting in the new water closet, and a DIY towel rack built with Ipe adds a final, functional feature.

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8:30
AM
Episode 809

This master bathroom is too bland for these homeowners. To get the modern makeover they want, space is added from an adjoining dining area. Two skylights are added through the attic to give a light tunnel effect. A sleek, freestanding tub sits on a concrete platform and is given privacy with a sliding smoked glass panel. The walls are floor to ceiling concrete including in the shower, which has steam and music. The result is a sleek, contemporary space with plenty of architectural interest.

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9:00
AM
Episode 604

Alison and company completely renovate an old, drab kitchen which is separated from the living room by a weird half wall. Once that is knocked out of the way, the renovation begins with new cabinets and truly amazing soapstone countertops with an under mount sink. The green touches begin with a backsplash which resembles green pennies and completely covers most of the walls. New appliances, lighting, and large open shelving add tons of space and beauty. Next, custom projects like a beaded light fixture, a magnetic chalkboard and a faux front storage drawer add the final one of a kind details.

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9:30
AM
Episode 605

Alison has her hands full with this cramped kitchen that doesn't match the rest of the house. To start, she moves everything, taking down the wall between the dining room and kitchen, removing a small window, minimizing the large window and moving the sink to face the backyard. Once the layout is in better shape, Alison gets going on the finishes, selecting gray cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and a large white farm sink. A wood accent piece is added to the peninsula to give it the feel of a furniture piece and a DIY rope shelf carries the wood finishes onto the wall. Just when this kitchen seems to have it all, Alison goes even further, taking the old pantry and turning it into a cozy coffee bar.

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10:00
AM
Episode 606

Sarah and Greg have no idea the endless storage possibilities their kitchen has until Alison gets her hands on it. She starts by knocking down a major wall between the kitchen and dining room and taking out soffits to make room for floor to ceiling maple cabinetry and a large peninsula for prep. Next, Alison moves the sink and range to give this kitchen the ideal kitchen work triangle. Once the layout is improved, Alison and the homeowners work to build custom closets in what was once a dead area in the dining room. Alison and Greg not only make the closets functional, but also bring in style when they add molding decor to each door. Sarah and Alison have a DIY project of their own, constructing a cutting board that slides along the peninsula countertop for both function and look. Alison keeps her finishes simple, but adds pop with a Moroccan style backsplash, warm toned nail down wood flooring and quartz countertops.

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10:30
AM
Episode 607

Alison and company find a kitchen with absolutely nothing in it, literally. The homeowners are Greek and love to cook so they get hooked up with a giant new kitchen complete with a center island finished with custom beadboard. Other features are new hardwood flooring, blue/green cabinets, granite countertops and a vintage range which is completely refurbished to it's former glory. During the chaos Alison teaches the homeowners to raise the level of their floor, install beadboard, stain a gigantic butcher block island top, and decoupage a cake server. After three days these homeowners are beyond words with excitement and throw down complete with rotisserie and lamb. OPA!

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11:00
AM
Episode 608

Mike and Jess love to cook and entertain, but have been held back by their archaic kitchen that practically functions the same as a dorm room kitchen. Alison sets out to change things up by taking out a major wall to open up the space and moving the sink underneath the back window to create a galley kitchen. While this kitchen is in need of just about everything brand new, one original feature is uncovered and preserved when Alison and the crew find gorgeous original flooring underneath layers and layers of linoleum. To update the look, Alison brings in gray cabinetry and adds lighting just about everywhere she can, from under cabinet lighting to in-cabinet lighting to lighting inside each drawer, Mike and Jess have the right lighting for cooking, dining, and entertaining. To add some DIY touches Alison and the homeowners make a dining table with the legs wrapped in jute, a window treatment to block the neighbors and easy-to-make wall vases using wine bottles.

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11:30
AM
Episode 609

Alison takes Kitchen Crashers to Nebraska to wage war on the worst kitchen in America. After the DIY viewers voted online to choose the kitchen, Alison and her gang literally move it from a small cramped corner to the other side of the house. The old kitchen space is converted to a mud room and the dining room becomes the kitchen. The transformation starts with a new mud room floor, cabinets in both rooms, a huge center island, and an amazing blue refrigerator. Alison also teaches the homeowners to create one of a kind custom touches like a coat rack using reclaimed door panels, a rolling ladder, and hand hammered distressed door faces. The end result is not only stunning, but huge and leaves the homeowners amazed.

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12:00
PM
Episode 610

Patrick and Melissa love color, but they're doing it all wrong. Lucky for them, Alison found them just in time to make a big change on a small space. To create more space, Alison breaks into Melissa's closet and the kitchen pantry and pushes the kitchen wall back. Floor to ceiling dark wood cabinetry, white Quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances give the kitchen a blank canvas for color. Alison adds bold color with the backsplash and DIY wall art that brings nature into the kitchen. To top it all off, a DIY kitchen cart that can be stored beneath a window or rolled into the center of the room to be used as an island for prep and storage.

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12:30
PM
Episode 611

Alison and her Kitchen Crashers crew find a couple who have renovated every room in the house except the kitchen. But this kitchen has a bathroom sink for the dishes and the refrigerator is in the basement. After removing the terrible sink and the open shelving the transformation begins. First new cabinets and counter-tops are added and a real gigantic sink. Next comes the custom tricks like a built in bench and upholstered bench top as well as stained wood wall sconces. The tears flow when the homeowners finally get to see their new space that finally is a kitchen, and it is amazing.

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1:00
PM
Episode 101

Albert and Robert hit the road for the first time. After figuring out what life is like on the road, they begin work on an outdated kitchen. Between surfing and Hollywood tours, the guys find time to transform a drab space into a mid-century modern meets shaker style kitchen.

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1:30
PM
Episode 102

Albert and Leon arrive in Las Vegas to convert a professional BMX biker's bright and dated living room into a dark modern man cave. When they're not building a new wet bar, barn doors, and refacing the fireplace, the boys visit a pawn shop, go to a pool party, and try riding the ramps with Riccardo.

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2:00
PM
Episode 103

Albert and Leon travel to the desert oasis of Palm Springs to build a mid-century modern kitchen and living room with an Amish twist. Between customizing bamboo cabinets and mid-century modern furniture, the Renogades decide to take a cue from the locals and try their hands at golf and yoga! After a soak in the hot tub, the guys are ready to get back to building.

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2:30
PM
Episode 104

Albert and Leon arrive in Boston Massachusetts to transform a dated 70s basement into a modern tween hang out. The guys create a vintage inspired snack bar and family room to finally give the kids a space to call their own. They learn what it means to be a true Bostonian and trade in their Pennsylvania Dutch for some more local flavors.

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3:00
PM
Episode 105

Albert and Leon head to Newport, Rhode Island to turn an unfinished attic into a usable space for a growing family of four. In between learning to sail and tasting New England seafood, they transform an entire top floor into a cozy home office and kids playroom, combining Amish craftsmanship with nautical Newport elements!

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3:30
PM
Episode 106

Albert and Leon head down south to renovate a historic New Orleans double-shotgun home. The guys set out to do a major update to the house to increase the space's functionality while preserving the home's character and history. They swap the entryways, turning an underused foyer into a bold library and dining area; tackle an outdated kitchen and give the living room a serious facelift. While in the Big Easy, the guys experience all the city has to offer; taking their first taste of an oyster and alligator, and jumping in with a brass band parading through the streets of New Orleans!

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4:00
PM
Episode 107

Albert and Leon arrive on a ranch in Texas, to turn a rundown patio into a dream backyard, in the middle of an extreme cold front! The RENOgades build a pergola out of materials from an 80 year old barn on the property that they tear down, construct a full outdoor kitchen faced in limestone, rebuild a firepit, and rehabilitate the concrete and landscaping. In between builds, they discover what it means to be a true Texas cowboy, learning how to rope and entering a barbecue eating contest!

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4:30
PM
Episode 108

Albert and Leon head to the New York metropolitan area for a major bathroom renovation. They turn a basic, poorly designed master bath into a contemporary spa-like oasis of the homeowner's dreams, complete with a sleek tile design, cedar ceilings, and an Amish-made vanity. In between builds the RENOgades ditch the mustang for the subway, explore Times Square and broaden their culinary horizons, trying Indian food for the first time. Vindaloo anyone?

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5:00
PM
Episode 109

Albert and Leon go to Staten Island, NY to redo a conjoined dining room and living room in time for Christmas. They show off their Amish craftsmanship by making custom built-ins and furniture, and re-purposing old wooden floors from the rooms, in between finding reclaimed materials and exploring metal leaf painting. The RENOgades take a ferry ride to the city, have a cultural experience in Chinatown, and see that Christmas is definitely big in the Big Apple!

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9:00
PM
Episode 103

The guys take down a Pennsylvania Bank Barn in hopes of recovering the Long Beams and Huge Sleeper Logs that lay below. They are up against the weather, the machines malfunctioning and the weight of the logs. Mark pays a visit to the finished King Cabin and gives the owners a bench made with some of the repurposed wood from the Bank Barn.

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10:00
PM
Episode 311

Lee and his crew install a new woodstove to dry out the drywall mud and tape, and while he's waiting, Lee takes time to enjoy everything Alaska has to offer. Derek and his band of ski buddies race to protect the cabin from bears and construct homegrown countertops from materials on the site. And Tony finally makes it to the roofing stage of his Porcupine Creek build while his build partner Bob takes a new gig felling trees for a local homeowner.

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11:00
PM
Episode 310

The drama at Derek's cliffside build near Valdez escalates after rain saturates the region and an accident on the roof almost takes out a crew member. Tony leaves his build in Bobby's hands to tend to another job and returns to find an injury has occurred. Lee discovers the culprit behind a messy footprint while the crew faces sketchy conditions to install the custom windows on their 2500 square foot Bulchitna Lake build.

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12:00
AM
Episode 103

The guys take down a Pennsylvania Bank Barn in hopes of recovering the Long Beams and Huge Sleeper Logs that lay below. They are up against the weather, the machines malfunctioning and the weight of the logs. Mark pays a visit to the finished King Cabin and gives the owners a bench made with some of the repurposed wood from the Bank Barn.

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1:00
AM
Episode 311

Lee and his crew install a new woodstove to dry out the drywall mud and tape, and while he's waiting, Lee takes time to enjoy everything Alaska has to offer. Derek and his band of ski buddies race to protect the cabin from bears and construct homegrown countertops from materials on the site. And Tony finally makes it to the roofing stage of his Porcupine Creek build while his build partner Bob takes a new gig felling trees for a local homeowner.

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2:00
AM
Episode 310

The drama at Derek's cliffside build near Valdez escalates after rain saturates the region and an accident on the roof almost takes out a crew member. Tony leaves his build in Bobby's hands to tend to another job and returns to find an injury has occurred. Lee discovers the culprit behind a messy footprint while the crew faces sketchy conditions to install the custom windows on their 2500 square foot Bulchitna Lake build.

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4:30
AM
Episode 110

Homeowner Zaida is tired of her nightmarish concrete landscape, so she calls on host Steve Watson to transform this drab space into a cozy spot to entertain day or night. The Yard Attack team is pumped up and ready to go, and they start things off by constructing a metal pergola with a redwood basket-weave roof. Next, a patterned stain on the concrete patio generates a warm, inviting feel. And the centerpiece of the space? A Jacuzzi surrounded with lush privacy plantings to create an urban spa.

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