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Tuesday, Apr 14

7:00
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Episode 103

Rules of Engagement star Patrick Warburton calls in lifestyle technology expert Janna Robinson and the Hollywood Hi-Tech team to completely revamp his barn into a tricked out concert hall. As Patrick and Janna check out the space, it becomes clear how dire the situation is when they find cobwebs, loose cables and a painted-on screen. Janna starts off with a few new coats of paint with Patrick by her side, and after finishing the paint job, they kick the renovation into high gear. Patrick receives 10 powerful speakers to blow the roof off his barn - not to mention a super HD projector and a 100-inch screen that is professionally installed. Janna knew this sitcom star loves to rock, so she adds an extra little addition for the Warburton family. Tune in to find out what it is.

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7:30
AM
Episode 203

Laura Mikowychok and Eric Smith are a newly engaged couple settling into their first home together and saving for their wedding. It's not all lovey-dovey, though---the previous homeowner left them a funky beat-up bathroom, and a looming wedding is leaving them little cash. Watch as the Money Hunters, licensed contractor Matt Blashaw and engineer Deanne Bell, flip this bath ... for under six grand!

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8:00
AM
Episode 103

Mark and Carly want a room perfect for entertaining family and friends. When they bought their home, they envisioned the basement becoming that ideal space. However, the outdated red flannel carpet and sharp stucco walls make the room a total eyesore. The Flux Design team and owner Jeremy Sham tear the basement apart to rebuild and redesign this area from scratch. They repurpose leftover ipe wood to create original furniture pieces including a bar, bistro table and salon-style shelving to give the room a contemporary feel. New electronics, comfortable seating and decorative inset shelves transform the drab basement into a sleek and modern space. When the team is finished, Mark and Carly finally have a stylish bar and comfortable entertainment area to relax with friends.

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8:30
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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9:00
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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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9:30
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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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10:00
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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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10:30
AM
Episode 105

New parents Chris and Amy continue their renovation of the historic 1903 Detroit home that was once owned by Chris's great-grandparents. Before winter hits, they must tackle some outdoor projects. The front porch is in need of a face-lift, and the garage is a crumbling, dangerous mess. The restore the garage, keeping the original dormer intact.

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11:00
AM
Episode 106

New parents Chris and Amy finish their renovation of the historic 1903 Detroit home that was once owned by Chris's great-grandparents. Their last project is the piano room where Chris's pianist great-grandmother used to play and the foyer, where his entire family once posed for the 1926 portrait that now hangs on his wall. They celebrate with a big party, and everything comes full circle as they re-create the family portrait in front of the foyer's staircase.

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11:30
AM
Episode 415

In her 1920s bungalow, the previous owner had begun work on a master suite in the home's attic space. Nicole picks up where they left off, adding insulation and a unique open bathroom. Ever on the lookout for pieces to rehab, Nicole flags down some scrappers and discovers they have the perfect claw foot tub for her bathroom.

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12:00
PM
Episode 416

The 1920s bungalow Nicole is working on had a roof leak for many years, causing severe water damage to the walls in the kitchen. Luckily, the floors are in decent shape and Nicole is able to keep the original wall sink. Nicole is able to cover the newly added HVAC vents with scrap material for an original look.

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12:30
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Episode 417

To complete her 1920s bungalow rehab, Nicole must finish the remaining rooms. They're in pretty decent shape compared to what she's used to, but collectively the work is adding up. There are floors to patch in the living room, a broken porcelain sink in the bathroom, and a ton of staging furniture to add before the house goes on the market.

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1:00
PM
Episode 501

Nicole's next project is restoring an historic mansion in the Summit district of St. Paul. Unfortunately some key rooms have been completely ripped apart and her first task is to rebuild the gutted powder room from scratch. With the original materials no longer available Nicole gets creative with custom paneling and salvaged tile and creates a brand new room with a 1904 feel.

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1:30
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Episode 502F

Nicole turns her attention to taking the pink and gold kitsch out of the formal dining room. Restoring the floors, swapping out sconces and repairing the stained glass windows take the room out of the 1970s and back to 1904. Meanwhile, at another of her houses, a buyer pulls out at the 11th hour causing Nicole to make some quick decisions.

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2:00
PM
Episode 503F

Nicole cleans up the swimming pool and converts some garage space into a much needed changing room area. Tapping into the sewer line causes more mess than she bargained for while she also finds some time to take some swimming lessons.

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2:30
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Episode 504F

Nicole takes on the living room and study, restoring the rooms to their former 1904 glory by polishing up the original woodworking details in the rooms. She stains the damaged floors in the living room to cover up years of neglect and discovers a shocking surprise in the study. In the midst of renovation, Nicole finds the time to swap out her boots for high heels for a women's health charity event.

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3:00
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Episode 505F

The Summit mansion hasn't been painted since 1972 and needs a major face lift. After years of damage, all of the outdoor wood railing and detail are rotting and need to be replaced. Nicole rips out the rotting wood and repaints them to match the original color of the brick. To complete the look of the historic home, Nicole builds new brick columns with brick on the deck. Nicole's son Ethan learns some of her renovation tricks when he pitches in and replaces some of the original beams and runs errands around town.

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3:30
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Episode 506F

Nicole tackles the upstairs bedrooms and bathroom which have had their natural beauty covered in old wallpaper and fixtures. She brings out the beauty of the original birdseye maple woodwork in the bedroom, restores the two bedroom's fireplaces and removes the tacky kitsch from the bathroom. At another house, people line up to see Nicole's work and raise money for a fallen soldier.

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4:00
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Episode 507F

Nicole puts a modern twist on the 1904 Summit Mansion in St. Paul when she installs an elevator in the middle of the home. A first for Nicole, she has to get the measurements exactly right throughout all three floors, or else she's just created a massive non-functioning hole in the middle of the historic home.

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4:30
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Episode 508F

Nicole rushes to her Minnesota home from a family vacation to find burst pipes and a flooded house due to the extreme cold. She and her crew tear through the house and create 20 massive holes before they discover all of the leaks. They get to work replacing all of the water lines, radiators and boiler. Nicole takes a break from the stress of the house by skydiving from 13,000 feet to the start line of a 10K run in Florida before returning to replace all of the water lines and patch the holes in her home.

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5:00
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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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6:00
PM
Episode 511F

Downstairs is done at the Akron, Ohio house Nicole is rehabbing with LeBron and his foundation and now attention turns to the bathroom. This bathroom is a gut-job but the saving grace for Nicole is a beautiful, old built in cabinet which she and her army of volunteers restore. Leaving her tilers for an hour or two Nicole gets dressed up and heads to a huge stadium event to welcome the basketball superstar back to Akron.

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7:00
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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7:30
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Episode 514F

Hard working mom, Nicole Curtis is on a mission to create a master bedroom for mom Melanie in the final episode of the Lebron James Family Foundation house. The attic room turns from an overheated dumping ground to an air-conditioned oasis in just a few short days. Nicole comes up with a genius and inexpensive storage solution in the awkward space and in just one week, the whole house is finished. Time to bring the family in, this is a reveal you don't want to miss!

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8:00
PM
Episode 1206

These two veterinarians have ignored their backyard due to an expansive home remodel and it's become cluttered and overgrown. Matt comes in and cleans it out, trims it back, and builds an organized space for entertaining. He adds a large paver patio with a metal fire feature and a new barbecue with a metal prep island. Because the yard sits right on the city's bike path, he also builds a bike barn using wood and rusted steel, for bike storage. Finally, he adds painted corrugated metal to the fences for a more contemporary look.

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8:30
PM
Episode 1207

A large overgrown tree in the middle of these homeowners' backyard makes this space unusable. Matt and his team Crash into the yard like a Texas stampede to clear out the space and start anew. First up, an extra-large cedar pergola skirted by a curvy deck brings back major style and function to this neglected yard. The homeowners' love of outdoor cooking inspires Matt to roll in a massive Texas style smoker framed by arbors defining a more upscale entrance to the space. Additional entertaining space comes in the form of a new decomposed flagstone patio and bench seating made from pavers with a fire pit as a focal point. The landscaping intervention finishes off with lush native Texas grasses, annual plants for color and an edible container garden outlining the yard.

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9:00
PM
Episode 1208

This Houston couples' back yard is a barren wasteland, the only ones who venture out there are their two dogs. With the mild climate, this couple yearns for a space to entertain and dine outside, but want it to reflect their funky personalities. Matt takes the challenge and delivers an elegant space with eclectic overtones. He adds a 500 square foot paver patio with cedar pergola and a multicolor wood burning fire place. He drops glass pendants from cedar posts over a huge cedar table topped with zinc and adds artificial turf and bamboo around the perimeter for privacy.

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9:30
PM
Episode 1209

This Sierra foothills yard is plain and boring and doesn't reflect the beautiful environment around it. So Matt transforms it to reflect its surroundings by building a redwood deck and pergola with cooking space and a dining area. He adds a custom fire pit and water feature along with veggie boxes and redwood trees set along a rustic metal and slat fence. A unique tin wall provides a colorful pop and a meandering path encircles the entire space.

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10:00
PM
Episode 1213

A back yard with an ugly steep hillside gets some character when a pergola topped with laser cut metal panels is added, along with an elevated patio that houses a vintage inspired fire pit. In addition, the desolate hill is transformed into a lush area with large trees, grasses and colorful annuals. A water fall cascades down the hillside from a couple antique oil jugs and a dining area and new smoker with custom surround are added.

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10:30
PM
Episode 1201

These Nashville homeowners have no idea how to tackle their steep yard until Matt finds them and transforms the space into a traditional English garden. He gives them privacy by building a lattice fence alongside the public pathway, then levels the yard and lays a stone patio complete with sitting walls and a fire pit. He adds an outdoor barbecue faced with reclaimed Tennessee wood and refinishes their dilapidated deck. Finally, he adds manicured hedges, trees and gravel pathways.

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11:00
PM
Episode 103

Twenty years ago, Brad and Ronnie built their dream home in the heart of the Black Forest, on the outskirts of Colorado Springs. They've got gorgeous mountain views and five acres of land, but their patio and decks are faded and cracked. With four separate outdoor spaces in the front of their home, the Mega Crew is challenged to update the entire façade. The plans call for an outdoor living room with fire pit, an outdoor kitchen, three pergolas, two roof top decks, a swim spa and a large water feature.

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11:30
PM
Episode 101

After years of constant relocation, retired military officers Joe and Maddie have decided to turn their Colorado home into a dream retirement. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a two-story $200,000 deck that takes advantage of a pristine two-acre wildlife-filled backyard, and can be used year 'round. Four months later, the new Mega Deck in the treetops has an outdoor kitchen and living room, a new fire pit and retractable glass walls.

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12:00
AM
Episode 1208

This Houston couples' back yard is a barren wasteland, the only ones who venture out there are their two dogs. With the mild climate, this couple yearns for a space to entertain and dine outside, but want it to reflect their funky personalities. Matt takes the challenge and delivers an elegant space with eclectic overtones. He adds a 500 square foot paver patio with cedar pergola and a multicolor wood burning fire place. He drops glass pendants from cedar posts over a huge cedar table topped with zinc and adds artificial turf and bamboo around the perimeter for privacy.

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12:30
AM
Episode 1209

This Sierra foothills yard is plain and boring and doesn't reflect the beautiful environment around it. So Matt transforms it to reflect its surroundings by building a redwood deck and pergola with cooking space and a dining area. He adds a custom fire pit and water feature along with veggie boxes and redwood trees set along a rustic metal and slat fence. A unique tin wall provides a colorful pop and a meandering path encircles the entire space.

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1:00
AM
Episode 1213

A back yard with an ugly steep hillside gets some character when a pergola topped with laser cut metal panels is added, along with an elevated patio that houses a vintage inspired fire pit. In addition, the desolate hill is transformed into a lush area with large trees, grasses and colorful annuals. A water fall cascades down the hillside from a couple antique oil jugs and a dining area and new smoker with custom surround are added.

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1:30
AM
Episode 1201

These Nashville homeowners have no idea how to tackle their steep yard until Matt finds them and transforms the space into a traditional English garden. He gives them privacy by building a lattice fence alongside the public pathway, then levels the yard and lays a stone patio complete with sitting walls and a fire pit. He adds an outdoor barbecue faced with reclaimed Tennessee wood and refinishes their dilapidated deck. Finally, he adds manicured hedges, trees and gravel pathways.

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2:00
AM
Episode 103

Twenty years ago, Brad and Ronnie built their dream home in the heart of the Black Forest, on the outskirts of Colorado Springs. They've got gorgeous mountain views and five acres of land, but their patio and decks are faded and cracked. With four separate outdoor spaces in the front of their home, the Mega Crew is challenged to update the entire façade. The plans call for an outdoor living room with fire pit, an outdoor kitchen, three pergolas, two roof top decks, a swim spa and a large water feature.

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2:30
AM
Episode 101

After years of constant relocation, retired military officers Joe and Maddie have decided to turn their Colorado home into a dream retirement. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a two-story $200,000 deck that takes advantage of a pristine two-acre wildlife-filled backyard, and can be used year 'round. Four months later, the new Mega Deck in the treetops has an outdoor kitchen and living room, a new fire pit and retractable glass walls.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1206

These two veterinarians have ignored their backyard due to an expansive home remodel and it's become cluttered and overgrown. Matt comes in and cleans it out, trims it back, and builds an organized space for entertaining. He adds a large paver patio with a metal fire feature and a new barbecue with a metal prep island. Because the yard sits right on the city's bike path, he also builds a bike barn using wood and rusted steel, for bike storage. Finally, he adds painted corrugated metal to the fences for a more contemporary look.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1207

A large overgrown tree in the middle of these homeowners' backyard makes this space unusable. Matt and his team Crash into the yard like a Texas stampede to clear out the space and start anew. First up, an extra-large cedar pergola skirted by a curvy deck brings back major style and function to this neglected yard. The homeowners' love of outdoor cooking inspires Matt to roll in a massive Texas style smoker framed by arbors defining a more upscale entrance to the space. Additional entertaining space comes in the form of a new decomposed flagstone patio and bench seating made from pavers with a fire pit as a focal point. The landscaping intervention finishes off with lush native Texas grasses, annual plants for color and an edible container garden outlining the yard.

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4:30
AM
Episode 306

Exterior Designer Billy Derian will help Jason and Jami turn their lackluster yard into a true staycation destination, bringing the adventure of the islands with a "Happy Island" theme.

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