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Wednesday, Apr 22

7:00
AM
Episode 208

Exterior Designer Billy Derian will help Jerry, Kim, Julie and Jack turn their inaccessible, flat patch of yard into an al fresco amphitheatre where everyone can play music, perform and party.

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7:30
AM
Episode 308

Guy and Peg have made several attempts at landscaping their own backyard and building a patio and steps into their house, but all they have to show for it are a set of rickety wooden steps and a yard filled to the brim with potted plants. Gino is called in to give them a gorgeous paver patio complete with walkways to the gate, the garage and the outdoor shower. He'll compliment the new patio with foundation plants, a water feature, and he'll trim back the neighbor's tree to make sure his work can be seen in the light of day.

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8:00
AM
Episode 608

Florida resident Barri VanCoulter and her two children, Michael and Julianna, have lots of friends in their cozy neighborhood but limited space in their small Palm Harbor home to entertain and socialize. With an inside space that's too tight and an unusable backyard with a slope and a drainage easement, Barri's entertaining options are limited. Dean and Derek agree there is only one option: a fabulous front porch! The design also includes a huge new pergola, a brick patio in a herringbone pattern, a seating wall and a fire pit.

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8:30
AM
Episode 107

Daniel & Rebecca are passionate about their work and the food they serve, and always try to make each meal memorable. What isn't memorable is their backyard, which is completely barren and as plain as can be. As these homeowners' lives revolve around cooking, Steve and Nick Rhule order up a one-of-a-kind stone grill and an immense waterfall that powers a rotating chicken rotisserie. A flagstone patio, complete with a massive stone table and surrounded by colorful plants, completes these chefs' outdoor oasis.

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9:00
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Episode 108

Jose and Annette love plants, but for this pair of plant scientists, the vegetation in their backyard is purely theoretical. Steve and Nick Rhule's plan is to integrate the house and yard by creating a gorgeous hardscape and garden where the entire family can comfortably hang out. Giant stone benches frame a flagstone patio complete with a metal firebowl, and a massive rock and driftwood waterfall that collects the home's rainwater take this space over the top.

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9:30
AM
Episode 109

Designer duo Sarah and Kurt has finally met their match. Overgrown vines and weeds, a half-dead dogwood, and beat-up outdoor furniture are what counts as highlights in their untamed backyard. Steve and Nick Rhule give this family the outdoor seating area they've always wanted by creating a massive stone water feature all ages can enjoy, an in-ground stone firepit, and a huge stone table that has an actual river flowing down the middle.

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10:00
AM
Episode 101

Every day, quirky father and son duo Steve and Nick Rhule leave no strange stone unturned in their quest to create the most inspired landscapes you'll ever lay eyes on. Steve's vision helps transform a neglected and underused backyard with projects that include a flagstone patio with a steel fire pit and stone ottomans. Meanwhile, Nick creates a massive waterfall with a mission to make it look like it's been there for thousands of years. Along the way they learn that big rocks, a steep hill, a rainstorm and tractors don't mix.

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10:30
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Episode 102

Father and son duo Steve and Nick Rhule tackle an overgrown and cluttered front lawn the only way they know how, by ripping everything out and creating their own custom landscape. Steve takes out an underused wooden porch and replaces it with a flagstone patio complete with a one of a kind water feature and custom firebowl. Nick steps in to build a stunning waterfall and pond that both the adults and children can enjoy.

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11:00
AM
Episode 103

Colleen and her husband Manjit are living the fantasy farm life, but their backyard could use some cultivating, so Steve and Nick Rhule set out to transform their green acres into a space they can use for cooking, entertaining and even yoga. Steve creates a sunny flagstone patio along with a gigantic stone grill while Nick creates a fish pond complete with a milk jug water feature. Tying everything together is a brand new, colorful plantscape filled with roses and hydrangeas.

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11:30
AM
Episode 104

Beth and Shannon's midcentury modern home has everything going for it, except for an unkempt and colorless backyard. Steve and Nick Rhule take this space to the next level by building a massive water feature that flows into a Frank Lloyd Wright inspired waterfall built from slabs of flagstone. To make the space perfect for the family to relax in, Steve also builds a custom bench and fire bowl. The whole area is ringed by gigantic metal planters that reflect the clean lines of the home and allow stunning pops of colorful plants to thrive.

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12:00
PM
Episode 803

Jason hits Las Vegas to help a fire manipulator and his stilt-walking wife fix up their mess of a yard. Jason's plan calls for a new driveway, a natural stone sitting area and a fire pit. Plus, the homeowners have a surprise that may make Jason lose his lunch.

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12:30
PM
Episode 806

Jason is on hand to help two dedicated rehabbers fix up their desperate landscape. Neighbors describe the house as "mustard gone bad," so Jason brings in gallons of paint and a new entry door, rips out the old dated sidewalk and builds a brand-new arbor to put the complaints to rest.

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1:00
PM
Episode 902

The Hyde and Jones families have inherited a huge property that is long overdue for some much needed attention. This brother-sister act teams up with DIY Network's Jason Cameron to transform their neglected side lot into a playground that the entire neighborhood will enjoy. Jason custom builds a playhouse, teeter-totter and swing. See how these projects are simple enough even for the novice DIYer.

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1:30
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Episode 1112

Jason Cameron is called to action in Dallas where everything is big including the Desperate Landscapes! A Mid-Century Modern home needs a major overhaul, and the homeowners, a wine broker and a popular cake ball baker, are eager for help. Jason tears down a huge brick wall that makes the Mid-Century home look like a fortress. He builds a big composite deck great for this family that loves to entertain and he plants an architectural landscape with funky shapes and a fountain. Plus, he adds great geometrical art to the wall. This is one Desperate Landscape makeover that takes the cake ball.

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2:00
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Episode 1113

Jason Cameron and crew head to rural Owenton, Kentucky to transform an eco-friendly house that sticks out a like a sore thumb. Neighbors say the big black house could use a little green on the outside. Jason builds a greenhouse with cool hydraulic-powered windows. He uses natural stone to create a new walkway and helps this family store their winter fuel in a new, natural container. Plus, Jason adds a lot of new plants to help this tree-hugging family feel more at home in their new house. Will the neighbors in this small community warm up to the changes? Jason hopes to change some minds.

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2:30
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Episode 1101

"Jason Cameron and the Desperate Landscape crew conduct their annual search for America's Most Desperate Landscape. Jason reviewed videos and pictures from all across the country and found the ugliest front yard in Escondido, California. He pulls out all the stops to transform the Ruffin family's front yard from one of the worst in the country to one of the best. Jason takes down a huge dying tree, rips out an ugly old walkway, sledgehammers an old brick planter and moves a massive boulder to clear this ugly yard, and then he brings in the cool stuff. Jason installs a travertine walkway, a beautiful steel pergola, a new garage door, a fountain and custom-built benches. All of that plus hundreds of plants transform America's Most Desperate Landscape into on of the most beautiful around."

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3:00
PM
Episode 1102

Jason Cameron teams up with Chris Grundy for one of the final projects at Blog Cabin. This dynamic duo installs new stairs for the front porch, sleek stainless steel wires to act as the porch railing, and a vintage pergola with seating area to enjoy the beautiful views.

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3:30
PM
Episode 1103

Jason Cameron and the Desperate Landscapes team bring out the heavy machinery to find a house hidden on a hill. Dying trees, weeds, crumbling steps and driveway make this gem of a Tudor hard to see. With chainsaws, a jackhammer and a hydraulic hammer drill, Jason takes down the trees, rips out the old steps and replaces an awful 2X4 handrail with one that matches the style of the house. Plus, he shows a truck bed liner spray can help a plant grow in a concrete jungle.

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4:00
PM
Episode 1104

Jason Cameron brings his Desperate Landscapes crew to an artist's ugly front yard. The artist's home features funky and fun artwork inside, but the front of the house is hidden by a huge six-foot wall and overgrown trees. Jason uses a concrete saw to cut the wall in half and a chainsaw to take down a tree. Once the landscape is opened up, Jason adds stainless steel planters to some unused arches. He adds a Pennsylvania Quartzite cap to the smaller wall and adds a custom-built stainless steel awning over the front door. If that weren't enough, there are custom-built stainless steel planters that fit over the front stoop, and homeowner Jason Hargis's artistic skills are put to the test by painting some funky planters for the entry way. The look is completed with a fresh coat of paint for the house and front door and some new furniture for the patio.

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4:30
PM
Episode 1105

Jason Cameron turns a Desperate Landscape on a huge corner lot into a show-stopper. In a neighborhood that's slowly coming back to life after years of neglect, Jason meets a fun, young couple open to new ideas.That's Jason's call to pull out all the stops and create a fence out of hog wire, a huge cedar deck and cedar walkway and include some funky artwork created by a local artist.

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5:00
PM
Episode 1106

It's a dog day in the landscape when licensed contractor, Jason Cameron, turns a Desperate Landscape into a play field for a dog named Votto. Jason borrows ideas from his huge Dream Dog Park makeover and puts them into one lucky family's yard. With a low maintenance fence, a covered patio and dog toys galore, Jason pulls out all the stops to create one beautiful landscape that people and pups can enjoy.

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5:30
PM
Episode 1107

Jason Cameron and his Desperate Landscapes crew create an Arts and Crafts style landscape at an old Chicago bungalow. The design includes a custom-built cedar porch, a cool copper awning, a brick walkway and a beautiful wooden gate. Jason also plants a landscape filled with prairie style plantings that will thrive in Chicago's cold winter weather.

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6:00
PM
Episode 1108

Jason Cameron heads to Chicago to help popular morning show DJ Kathy Hart and her husband Billy Baruth fix up their ugly front yard. The family lives in a neighborhood of perfectly manicured front lawns and theirs sticks out with its weeds and hidden front door. Jason brings his calvary to cut down a diseased tree, rip out an ugly sidewalk and paint the brick and wood siding. The landscape design includes a rustic cedar bridge, a Mexican beach pebble dry creek, a custom, curving poplar bench and a custom slate waterfall fountain.

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6:30
PM
Episode 1109

Jason Cameron and his crew face a tough challenge to create a yard fit for entertaining and for dogs as one Chicago couple hopes to transform their muddy front yard into an oasis for friends and family. Jason's plan calls for adding privacy to the yard with lush plantings. He installs a huge travertine patio, a copper bar for icing down adult beverages and adds custom-built couches for seating. Jason also adds a special area for the dogs with artificial turf, a fire hydrant and a fresh water drinking stand.

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7:00
PM
Episode 1110

Jason Cameron and the Desperate Landscapes crew head to Fort Worth, Texas to help a couple of hip, young newlyweds turn their ugly old porch into a neighborhood destination. Jason builds new railings to match the house. He builds big new steps to make the porch more inviting and gives the porch floor a fresh coat of paint. Add in a brand new landscape and lots of succulent plants and you'll get a huge Texas-sized landscape that the young homeowners and their friends will all love.

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7:30
PM
Episode 1111

Jason Cameron saddles up and plays cowboy as he helps The Herd in Fort Worth, Texas create a new entrance for their non-profit educational center and pen. Jason teaches the cowboys to use their shovels for something other than manure as they add native cacti, grasses and shrubs to the landscape. Jason uses reclaimed brick to create a huge new walkway with a basket weave pattern, and he tries his hand at branding. He's not branding any steer, but he is branding The Herd's new entrance with a unique sign. The final work is something the entire Fort Worth Stockyards historic district can be proud of.

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8:00
PM
Episode 1201

Jason Cameron and his crew comb through application after application to find the ugliest front yard in America. Their search takes them to Helotes, Texas where Jason and Connie Vela are living in a mess. Their home used to house Connie's father's construction business and the yard shows it. There is junk left behind and there is even a prototype building that has a strong resemblance to a female body part. It's one of the most unusual projects we've ever tackled. Jason Cameron takes his Desperate Landscape crew to Texas for the massive two day project that includes tearing out part of the driveway, ripping off an unusual and dangerous overhang at the front door and camouflaging the femininely-shaped building. Once the clearing is finished, Jason and his team build a beautiful fireplace and pizza oven, lay a stone walkway and build a beautiful new portico. The finishing touch for this new yard is a huge fountain surrounded by yellow roses. When the work is finished, the Velas' complaining neighbors return to celebrate another Desperate Landscapes success.

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8:30
PM
Episode 1010

Anthony and Natalie Armendariz took a huge risk when they bought a house over the internet! When they arrived at their new home, the exterior pictures didn't showcase the dust bowl they now call home. Jason Cameron and his Desperate Landscapes crew come to rescue the mobile designing couple by creating a landscape that they can be proud to call their new home. From a private sunken patio with a brand new entrance to ten tons of materials, Jason makes a yard that will almost never need watering but will never be dusty again!

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9:00
PM
Episode 1005

The Griffiths are turning an old firehouse into their new home, and Jason Cameron is bringing in the brigade to help them complete the transformation outside. He's helping the homeowners lay a new paver patio and put in a new flagpole. Plus, he's bringing a custom fire hydrant fountain and a new stain glass window. Will Jason's hard work put out the fiery complaints from neighbors?

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9:30
PM
Episode 1002

Neighborhood newcomers, Erynn and Henry, want to fit in and make their yard an entertainment haven for friends and family, but the weeds have gotten in the way. That's Jason Cameron's call to action. He's creating a patio, picnic table and a creative fireplace in the front yard to get the Casanovas fired up about their landscape.

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10:00
PM
Episode 1203

Kevin and Annamarie Cronin have moved into Annamarie's childhood home. While they worked hard to make the inside their own, the outside is a mess. Neighbors hate the barren landscape, the yellow front door, and they wonder what's up with all the gnomes. Jason Cameron is called in to bring peace back to this well-manicured neighborhood. He paints the house to tone down the yellow door that the Cronins love. He adds deer tolerant plants to the landscape, and Jason builds a huge pergola to help the home fit with all the others in the neighborhood that boast nice porches. With a beautiful new seating area and plenty of plants, the Cronins put their gnomes in the landscape and put the neighbors' complaints to a rest.

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10:30
PM
Episode 1202

Jason Cameron receives a 911 call from Casey Ballman, a firefighter, and Megan Ballman, an ER nurse whose Desperate Landscape is an emergency situation. The landscape is hidden by overgrown trees that threaten the house. The chainsaws come out and the changes start. With the trees gone, Jason can start on other projects. He removes a chunk of concrete so he can create a bigger stoop. He digs a huge trench to help with drainage in the front yard. Jason also builds a huge entertainment pavilion with a sailcloth roof. Plus, he's bringing in all kinds of plants that will thrive in the yard including a big new tree that won't threaten the structure of the house. At the end of the day, the neighbors, including Casey's boss and his mom, come back to see if the rescue mission was a success.

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11:00
PM
Episode 303

Baron & Tenille need to upgrade their backyard to suit them, their two kids, and a trio of chickens. Landscape designer Sara Bendrick starts by modifying their existing shade structure to support a pair of hanging day beds to create a grand new entrance to the yard. She also creates a rustic dining area under their existing tree canopy, converts an old playhouse into a palatial chicken coop, and builds a tricked out custom play area for the kids.

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11:30
PM
Episode 302

Sarah Bendrick rescues 2 homeowners from a dead and dying backyard. A patio, a barbecue island, and a shuffleboard table that doubles as extra dining space are just the beginning of their new outdoor dream space.

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12:00
AM
Episode 1005

The Griffiths are turning an old firehouse into their new home, and Jason Cameron is bringing in the brigade to help them complete the transformation outside. He's helping the homeowners lay a new paver patio and put in a new flagpole. Plus, he's bringing a custom fire hydrant fountain and a new stain glass window. Will Jason's hard work put out the fiery complaints from neighbors?

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12:30
AM
Episode 1002

Neighborhood newcomers, Erynn and Henry, want to fit in and make their yard an entertainment haven for friends and family, but the weeds have gotten in the way. That's Jason Cameron's call to action. He's creating a patio, picnic table and a creative fireplace in the front yard to get the Casanovas fired up about their landscape.

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1:00
AM
Episode 1203

Kevin and Annamarie Cronin have moved into Annamarie's childhood home. While they worked hard to make the inside their own, the outside is a mess. Neighbors hate the barren landscape, the yellow front door, and they wonder what's up with all the gnomes. Jason Cameron is called in to bring peace back to this well-manicured neighborhood. He paints the house to tone down the yellow door that the Cronins love. He adds deer tolerant plants to the landscape, and Jason builds a huge pergola to help the home fit with all the others in the neighborhood that boast nice porches. With a beautiful new seating area and plenty of plants, the Cronins put their gnomes in the landscape and put the neighbors' complaints to a rest.

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1:30
AM
Episode 1202

Jason Cameron receives a 911 call from Casey Ballman, a firefighter, and Megan Ballman, an ER nurse whose Desperate Landscape is an emergency situation. The landscape is hidden by overgrown trees that threaten the house. The chainsaws come out and the changes start. With the trees gone, Jason can start on other projects. He removes a chunk of concrete so he can create a bigger stoop. He digs a huge trench to help with drainage in the front yard. Jason also builds a huge entertainment pavilion with a sailcloth roof. Plus, he's bringing in all kinds of plants that will thrive in the yard including a big new tree that won't threaten the structure of the house. At the end of the day, the neighbors, including Casey's boss and his mom, come back to see if the rescue mission was a success.

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2:00
AM
Episode 303

Baron & Tenille need to upgrade their backyard to suit them, their two kids, and a trio of chickens. Landscape designer Sara Bendrick starts by modifying their existing shade structure to support a pair of hanging day beds to create a grand new entrance to the yard. She also creates a rustic dining area under their existing tree canopy, converts an old playhouse into a palatial chicken coop, and builds a tricked out custom play area for the kids.

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2:30
AM
Episode 302

Sarah Bendrick rescues 2 homeowners from a dead and dying backyard. A patio, a barbecue island, and a shuffleboard table that doubles as extra dining space are just the beginning of their new outdoor dream space.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1201

Jason Cameron and his crew comb through application after application to find the ugliest front yard in America. Their search takes them to Helotes, Texas where Jason and Connie Vela are living in a mess. Their home used to house Connie's father's construction business and the yard shows it. There is junk left behind and there is even a prototype building that has a strong resemblance to a female body part. It's one of the most unusual projects we've ever tackled. Jason Cameron takes his Desperate Landscape crew to Texas for the massive two day project that includes tearing out part of the driveway, ripping off an unusual and dangerous overhang at the front door and camouflaging the femininely-shaped building. Once the clearing is finished, Jason and his team build a beautiful fireplace and pizza oven, lay a stone walkway and build a beautiful new portico. The finishing touch for this new yard is a huge fountain surrounded by yellow roses. When the work is finished, the Velas' complaining neighbors return to celebrate another Desperate Landscapes success.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1010

Anthony and Natalie Armendariz took a huge risk when they bought a house over the internet! When they arrived at their new home, the exterior pictures didn't showcase the dust bowl they now call home. Jason Cameron and his Desperate Landscapes crew come to rescue the mobile designing couple by creating a landscape that they can be proud to call their new home. From a private sunken patio with a brand new entrance to ten tons of materials, Jason makes a yard that will almost never need watering but will never be dusty again!

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4:30
AM
Episode 201

Ashley and Mike want to turn their hillside yard with relics of roses into a functional and fun space to hang out with friends. With the help of Billy Derian, the couple creates an artist's haven where they can escape the city and entertain in style.

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