TV Schedule

Thursday, Mar 26

7:00
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Episode 213

In this episode, guess which first time home buyer dropped more cash-the sweet air force drill sergeant in San Antonio or the frat boy turned teacher in Portland. Also, a 19,000 square foot backyard villa in Thailand? Yes, please. Compare that to three breathtaking levels of backyard paradise in Southern California which will have you rewinding your DVR over and over again.

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7:30
AM
Episode 213F

Dan and Joyce Enders live just outside Calgary with their five children. Their house is small and crammed. The Enders have also had an extremely challenging two years due to a family illness. But things are starting to get back on track. Now Dan wants to buy a house big enough for his family to live in more comfortably. He's found the perfect home - a huge 100 year old colonial mansion. The only problem is that it is in the wrong place. It's located 6 miles away from a plot of land the family own where Joyce's thriving riding stables sit. So the family call in one of Canada's premier house truckers, Pat McCann, to move the house to the stables. The house is massive, so lifting it in one piece will be a colossal challenge. Pat's team must then guide the house across frozen fields and down narrow country roads, as the temperature drops to -18 degrees centigrade.

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8:00
AM
Episode 313

Disaster House hosts its first-ever dance competition in the "Disaster House" living room to see what kind of foot-stomping creates the most squeaks in our floor. Host and licensed contractor Josh Temple explains what causes floor squeaks and how to easily fix them. With the recent string of Earthquakes happening throughout the country, Disaster House simulates one of its own. And, this time... we may have gone a little too far.

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8:30
AM
Episode 301

There are bats in the attic, and the Disaster House crew has set real bed bugs loose in the house. Experts Mr. Bat Man and Dr. Bed Bug come to the rescue, demonstrating how to safely and effectively remove these pesky nocturnal nuisances.

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9:00
AM
Episode 303

How does the Disaster House crew show homeowners the damage a simple water leak can have on your home? It involves the crew dumping a 300-gallon dunk tank into the kitchen cabinets. Then the crew creates a huge mess when they drop a dumpster full of toilets from 100 feet high to demonstrate how to repair and prevent a potentially toxic mess.

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9:30
AM
Episode 305

Disaster House takes a turn for the medieval; men in tights operate a bird yielding trebuchet on the sliding glass doors. Next the crew blows up the garage to demonstrate how to protect your home from it's most flammable part.

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10:00
AM
Episode 307

The Disaster House crew focuses on the small things that can do big damage when they let 20 sugar-crazed kids loose in the living to find out how to fix the top kid-caused disasters. Then, the crew creates a dust storm to show you what happens when a 10,000 foot wall of dirt takes aim at your house.

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10:30
AM
Episode 309

On this episode of Disaster House we're plunging into plumbing problems. Host and licensed contractor Josh Temple pits two competitive eaters against two garbage disposals to see exactly what these machines can handle, then and show you how to install a new one on your own. Next, a basement in transformed into a walk-in freezer, making the pipes freeze and burst. Josh shows you how to fix the damage and talks prevention.

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11:00
AM
Episode 311

On this episode of Disaster House, Host and licensed contractor Josh Temple and a crew create a nocturnal obstacle course to simulate those little things you're destined to run over in the dark. Josh shows you just how dangerous an improperly lit property can be. Cool Tools host Chris Grundy guest-stars as we set him loose inside the "Disaster House" with a bevy of power tools to wreak havoc. This episode shows you what NOT to do when the DIY bug bites.

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11:30
AM
Episode 313

Disaster House hosts its first-ever dance competition in the "Disaster House" living room to see what kind of foot-stomping creates the most squeaks in our floor. Host and licensed contractor Josh Temple explains what causes floor squeaks and how to easily fix them. With the recent string of Earthquakes happening throughout the country, Disaster House simulates one of its own. And, this time... we may have gone a little too far.

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12:00
PM
Episode S13F

What do you do if you don't trust the world around you? You build a new one. That's the motto of Michael Reynolds– architect and visionary that created the Earthship. Earthships are houses that are completely self-sufficient and totally off the grid with no electricity or water bills - ever. Michael Reynolds and his team of builders along with 50 interns, who have given up their lives to be part of this project, have just four weeks to build a house in Big Sky, Montana for Earthship enthusiast Jeff Saad. Michael and his crew battle nature and time to try and complete this amazing house.

1:00
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Episode 101

Mark and the guys work to dismantle a barn built by Abe Lincoln's uncle around 1830. Can they save the 180 year-old logs? Back on the Boneyard, they use old tobacco timbers to build a new barn in the Appalachian dogtrot style.

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2:00
PM
Episode 102

The guys rescue a huge double pen barn in St. Meinrad, Indiana. It's the biggest dogtrot style barn they've ever faced. They have to fight through modern layers of tin and barnwood to get to the incredible, pioneer era hand hewn beams. When it's done, Mark pays a visit to the nearly completed Lincoln Cabin.

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3:00
PM
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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4:00
PM
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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5:00
PM
Episode 309

Just as Derek and his band of buddies are about to give up on their dream of a cliffside ski hut, Alaska hands them a miracle that turns a down day into game day. Lee loses one of his hardest working crew members out at Bulchitna Lake just as they have to lift an 800 pound truss into place, and Tony's hideaway cabin is in good enough shape to take a break and fish for halibut on the Lynn Canal.

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6:00
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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7:00
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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8:00
PM
Episode 101

New parents Chris and Amy continue their renovation of the historic 1903 Detroit home that was once owned by Chris's great-grandparents. The living room is falling apart, with plaster chipping off the ceiling and broken pocket doors. After completing a lead abatement throughout the house, they restore the living room to its former glory, complete with a cement tiled fireplace façade and built-in bookshelf where the old radiator used to be.

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8:30
PM
Episode 102

New parents Chris and Amy start the renovation of a historic 1903 Detroit home that they bought at auction. In the 1920's, the house was owned by Chris's great-grandparents, who lost it in the Depression. They demolish the kitchen, transform a butler's pantry into a new breakfast nook, and update the whole room with modern appliances and custom cabinetry. They also add an art deco powder room in the adjacent space.

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9:00
PM
Episode 103

New parents Chris and Amy continue their renovation of the historic 1903 Detroit home that was once owned by Chris's great-grandparents. They update their master suite with salvaged closet doors and an antique mantel in the bedroom. They completely gut the bathroom and re-build it, featuring a huge new shower and reproduction subway tile. They also tuck a time capsule into the wall that they hope will be found by a future generation.

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9:30
PM
Episode 104

New parents Chris and Amy continue their renovation of the historic 1903 Detroit home that was once owned by Chris's great-grandparents. Before their daughter Ruby starts crawling, they have to rebuild her bathroom, a shell of room with a giant hole in the floor. They salvage the early 1900's tub and transform the bathroom into a charming space with custom wallpaper inspired by the original design. They also renovate a guest bedroom by repairing the existing beadboard and sanding and staining the original pine wood sub-floor.

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10:00
PM
Episode 513F

Nicole, LeBron and the LeBron James Family Foundation continue with their project to renovate a needy family's home into a renovated beauty. 11 year old Mariah deserves a room fit for a princess, just not a pink one! And her brothers will no longer share a room and get to pick their own colors for their own rooms. To finish on time LeBron's army of volunteers steps up, the family lends a hand and Nicole puts her personal touch on each room for these special kids. What will they say when they see their rooms?

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11:00
PM
Episode 509F

Nicole teams with basketball superstar LeBron James to renovate a special family's house in his hometown of Akron, Ohio. They tackle the dingy dilapidated kitchen first. The team guts the kitchen by ripping out the cabinets, a first for Nicole who typically likes to keep the original structure, and install solid wood cabinets, granite countertops and brand new appliances. They also create an outdoor patio and new driveway for the family to relax in and play, what else, basketball. Nicole's family, LeBron's family and the foundation all pitch in to overhaul this home in a week. Can they finish?

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12:00
AM
Episode 103

New parents Chris and Amy continue their renovation of the historic 1903 Detroit home that was once owned by Chris's great-grandparents. They update their master suite with salvaged closet doors and an antique mantel in the bedroom. They completely gut the bathroom and re-build it, featuring a huge new shower and reproduction subway tile. They also tuck a time capsule into the wall that they hope will be found by a future generation.

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12:30
AM
Episode 104

New parents Chris and Amy continue their renovation of the historic 1903 Detroit home that was once owned by Chris's great-grandparents. Before their daughter Ruby starts crawling, they have to rebuild her bathroom, a shell of room with a giant hole in the floor. They salvage the early 1900's tub and transform the bathroom into a charming space with custom wallpaper inspired by the original design. They also renovate a guest bedroom by repairing the existing beadboard and sanding and staining the original pine wood sub-floor.

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1:00
AM
Episode 513F

Nicole, LeBron and the LeBron James Family Foundation continue with their project to renovate a needy family's home into a renovated beauty. 11 year old Mariah deserves a room fit for a princess, just not a pink one! And her brothers will no longer share a room and get to pick their own colors for their own rooms. To finish on time LeBron's army of volunteers steps up, the family lends a hand and Nicole puts her personal touch on each room for these special kids. What will they say when they see their rooms?

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2:00
AM
Episode 509F

Nicole teams with basketball superstar LeBron James to renovate a special family's house in his hometown of Akron, Ohio. They tackle the dingy dilapidated kitchen first. The team guts the kitchen by ripping out the cabinets, a first for Nicole who typically likes to keep the original structure, and install solid wood cabinets, granite countertops and brand new appliances. They also create an outdoor patio and new driveway for the family to relax in and play, what else, basketball. Nicole's family, LeBron's family and the foundation all pitch in to overhaul this home in a week. Can they finish?

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3:00
AM
Episode 101

New parents Chris and Amy continue their renovation of the historic 1903 Detroit home that was once owned by Chris's great-grandparents. The living room is falling apart, with plaster chipping off the ceiling and broken pocket doors. After completing a lead abatement throughout the house, they restore the living room to its former glory, complete with a cement tiled fireplace façade and built-in bookshelf where the old radiator used to be.

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3:30
AM
Episode 102

New parents Chris and Amy start the renovation of a historic 1903 Detroit home that they bought at auction. In the 1920's, the house was owned by Chris's great-grandparents, who lost it in the Depression. They demolish the kitchen, transform a butler's pantry into a new breakfast nook, and update the whole room with modern appliances and custom cabinetry. They also add an art deco powder room in the adjacent space.

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4:30
AM
Episode 403

Matt chooses one homeowner from hundreds at an open casting call, and she really needs help. Her bathroom is a disaster, made worse by the belief that a tube of caulk can solve every problem. Plus, the door is off the vanity, the shower is about to fall over and the bathroom, which could barely serve one, now has to accommodate a boyfriend. Matt decides to steal space from a connecting bedroom to help open up this cramped room. A brick chimney that is original to the home will separate two floating vanities with concrete countertops and vessel sinks. In a separate, tiled space the Crashers crew is bringing in a sleek soaking tub and walk-in shower, complete with body sprays. And a stacked wood wall will act as a focal point for a flat-screen TV.

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