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Tuesday, Jun 16

7:00
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Episode 1012

Jeff Cramer has a job in DVD sales and has to watch movies for a living. With the help of DIY Network's Man Caves, he's getting his basement converted into a theater that will suit his professional needs, but also serve as a spot for the whole family to hang out together. Licensed contractor Jason Cameron and co-host Tony "Goose" Siragusa are giving the space an old school movie theater look, with soffit lighting and columns all around the room. Along with the vintage look, Man Caves is making sure Jeff's theater experience is state-of-the-art, with ceiling mounted speakers and an 80-inch flat screen. And Goose has the perfect way to turn the bar into a family friendly concession stand to complete the classic cinema theme and ensures Jeff will never have to take his family out to the movies again.

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7:30
AM
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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8:00
AM
Episode 112

Jeremy and Diane's cluttered sun room has no major function; it only stores kids' toys and serves as a hallway to their backdoor. Plus, the walls, ceiling and floor are all out of date, falling apart and in need of a serious overhaul. With Jeremy spending so much of his time working on projects for everyone but his own family, the boys from Flux decide to give their boss the ultimate spa. For total relaxation, a hot tub and sauna are installed in one half of the room, while the other half is a complete steampunk style bar. The bar itself gets cladded in metal, has wine bottle holders that mimic missiles ready to launch and gets topped with a concrete counter top. A soffit is added above the bar incorporating lighting and three steel cages that act as wine glass racks. The back bar includes a bottle cabinet that looks like a giant fuse, an artistic metal aperture with a mirror in the center and custom bottle inverts for their favorite spirits. With the look and feel that his new room is a machine about to start up at any minute, Jeremy is blown away by his employee's amazing remodel of his sun room.

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8:30
AM
Episode 401

Jake and Joel Moss take backyard gardening to a new level in this farm to table inspired backyard. A beefy pergola with a garden roof looks down on a massive outdoor kitchen complete with butcher- block countertops and a gourmet BBQ. Vertical planters made from recycled pallets explode with fresh herbs that provide the perfect compliment to this cooks' paradise. A custom dining table made from reclaimed wood looks out on a sea of raised industrial planter beds housing everything from insect repelling flowers to fresh fruits and vegetables to create a truly sustainable living space.

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9:00
AM
Episode 402

Jake and Joel Moss turn a massive blank slate of a yard into an outdoor lounge inspired by the homeowners' love for wine and entertainment. Three wine bottle walls provide the perfect amount of privacy to enjoy the terraced BBQ station and wine bar. A contemporary fire bowl sits atop a patio of pavers interwoven with artificial turf to lend to the modern feel. Modular planters, ample seating, and rustic landscaping bring a taste of wine country to this backyard.

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9:30
AM
Episode 403

Jake sees bathtubs, Joel sees plants. Doug sees a pergola that looks like France. A yard that begins as nothing but dirt and damaged flagstone is completely transformed with an eco-friendly deck covered by a pergola wrapped in carved pilasters, a travertine firebox, rustic stenciled pews and a large sandblasted dining table illuminated by a blingy chandelier. Dog-friendly synthetic turf lends a pop of color to the scene, while the claw foot tub water feature set atop the repurposed pavers provides a perfect splash of serenity.

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10:00
AM
Episode 404

After 5 minutes inside this home, Jake and Joel realize it's all modern design and relaxation for this couple. The Moss brothers create a new backyard with Zen like planters, which flank a tranquil, backlit water feature that sits atop a new composite deck. Metal walls act as privacy screens for the custom built benches that surround a bright, new fire feature. Light towers and lush landscaping lead the way to an inviting spa that rounds out this modern relaxation zone.

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10:30
AM
Episode 405

Yardcore goes lakeside to get the Blog Cabin party started the second guests step off the boat. They'll turn a blasé boardwalk and boat dock into an upscale club setting that boasts cantilevered platforms studded with flowy native palms, a custom bar island faced with plantation style shutters set on top of locally raised cypress stumps, a second floor open deck with statuesque Ipe railing and hand built adirondack lounge chairs, and floating hammocks set over a party platform that sports a big screen television.

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11:00
AM
Episode 406

Landscape designers Jake and Joel Moss use a peacock theme to bring some wild life to this backyard. A metal feather-plumed kegerator bar and a massive stylized peacock pergola create a striking focal point. A new lawn area surrounded by a lush border of colorful shrubs and flowers combined with a metal fire pit creates a relaxing ground-level party spot.

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11:30
AM
Episode 407

The Moss Brothers take inspiration from the homeowners Pacific Island heritage and completely transform this backyard. A custom redwood deck looks out onto a traditional Hapa shade structure featuring meticulous carved posts that sit on a scored concrete patio. A unique privacy walls features art panels inspired by tribal warriors. A redwood bench wrapped around an existing tree and drought tolerant native landscaping finishes off the yard.

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12:00
PM
Episode 408

Jake and Joel clue in on the homeowners love of all things travel to bring some international intrigue into this bland backyard. This Mid-Century Modern design starts with a retro style lounge topped by a stunning, gold-metal sunburst pergola. Supporting the pergola is a huge lodge-pole ringed with jack-leg chairs and an antiqued old-world map table. A brick patio, custom benches, a custom art wall, and a one-of-a kind steel globe fire feature finish off the yard.

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12:30
PM
Episode 409

Two art professionals who've created a masterpiece on the interior of their home will turn their backyard over to The Moss Brothers for a complete overhaul. The crew cranks out all kinds of geometric shapes to bring an artsy cubist feel to the space. The scene includes sculptural monolithic walls that frame in a three-sided bench faced in copper. A flagstone patio outlined in moss plantings becomes home to three cubist water features with reclaimed seat surrounds, while the entire picture is enclosed with unique minimalist plantings that add to the drama of the stunning setting.

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1:00
PM
Episode 410

The brothers Moss kick up the cowboy cool starting with a lofty threshing wheel fire feature nestled in a stunning sunken conversation pit studded with railroad ties. A vast outdoor kitchen features a stone-studded BBQ station and an extra long dining island capped in copper. The design is rounded out with a redwood skeet shooting deck that cantilevers over the grand valley.

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1:30
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Episode 411

The Moss Brothers take their inspiration for this backyard makeover from the faraway land of Nepal. The result is a gathering spot for family and friends underneath a super-high pitched roof pergola adorned in festive paint and curved headers, a beefy old world square table with sturdy matching bench stools, a huge stacked stone terraced garden brimming with flowers and herbs, chicken coops roofed in cedar, and an extra-long two tiered BBQ island with a drop in grill.

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2:00
PM
Episode 1205

Jes Mayer and her two sons saved up for months to buy an old home in Cincinnati. The house has a huge yard for Jes's sons to play in, but with a big yard came more work than Jes could handle. Jason's plan to breathe new life into this old beauty is to create a beautiful landscape. The plan calls for tons of crushed stone to create a Victorian circle driveway as well as a new patio. Stone stairs will be added leading to an arbor to the left of the front door, and the home's old front door gets a facelift to create a landscape that fits with the house and the whole neighborhood.

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2:30
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Episode 1208

Willy and Jennie Jacobson have been the subject of some serious criticism in their Albuquerque neighborhood, and they are calling on Jason Cameron for help. The couple have asked Jason to turn their prickly, rocky and ugly landscape into a beautiful play space for their young sons. Jason brings in heavy equipment to move some huge boulders to create a a play space with seating. Plus, he brings out the big guns to move a heavy ipe deck into the yard. Jason also taps into Willy's artistic side to have him paint a mural to fit into the landscape. The end result is a fun, family-friendly space that the neighbors love.

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3:00
PM
Episode 1210

Jason Cameron trudges through a rainy day to transform the Seattle yard of Selome and Abiy. They would love to host their huge Ethiopian, but their home is being renovated inside and the front yard is a mess. The work starts by ripping off the old concrete steps leading to the porch and adding new wooden steps and beefed up posts and railings to match the home. Beautiful volcanic rock is brought in to create natural steps leading into the yard. A big gazebo to host family gatherings, complete with a massive steel roof, is added. At then end of the day, Selome and Abiy celebrate the results with their extended family, and Mother Nature celebrates with a beautiful double rainbow.

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3:30
PM
Episode 1212

Samantha and Vince love their home in Oceanside, California. They love being close to the beach and spend as much free time there as their jobs allow but they don't have a lot of time to spare. They have been rehabbing the inside of their home and Vince is a Marine Reservist and Samantha works as an animal trainer at Sea World. The first order of business is to get rid of a fence that's falling apart and to clear some ugly trees and debris. Jason's plan calls for building a new fence with a modern style to help keep their dog corralled. They build some custom surfboard lights and add a new paver patio and redwood fireplace for Sam and Vince to relax with friends.

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4:00
PM
Episode 1213

A California dad misses his Hawaiian roots and is longing for a lush landscape. Jason Cameron and his crew give Vanessa and Cody Jacinto what they wish for with tropical plants, a new driveway with a stained border and a custom paver walkway stamped with sea turtles. Plus, Jason has a surprise for the homeowners and the neighbors. He's included some fake plants in the yard, but can anyone pick them out?

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4:30
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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5:00
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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5:30
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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6:00
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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6:30
PM
Episode 1206

Taylor and Jordan Henry have worked hard to make their home beautiful on the inside, but their front yard is a mess of weeds, railroad ties and a hideous box hiding a water softener. They have a gorgeous view of the Sandia Mountains from their front yard and they want to bring that mountain vibe to their front yard. They also want the yard to be water friendly. Jason's plan calls for adding water-friendly plants and trees to the landscape that will thrive under the low-water conditions in Albuquerque. He's also designed a natural looking stone patio plus he's asked local artisans to create a beautiful stained glass window and a tree of life sculpture for the yard. If that weren't enough, they install a beautiful tile walkway leading to the front door. The work is enough to blow away the neighbors.

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7:00
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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7:30
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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8:00
PM
Episode 102

Mark loves his cliffside log home in the Rocky Mountains, but the small existing deck doesn't take advantage of the million-dollar view. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a $600,000 cliff-side deck that takes advantage of the panoramic mountain scenery and allows Mark to enjoy the frosty winters outside on his deck. After six months of construction, the Mega Deck is finally complete and homeowner Mark gets a tour of all the new features including a top-of-the-line barbecue grill and hot tub.

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8:30
PM
Episode 104

John and Bonnie have a very large family and a very small deck. And with their six adult children living nearby, they really want a place for the family to gather. So, they've decided to turn their old deck into the ultimate party deck. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a $300,000 deck that takes advantage of the gorgeous views and adds 1700 square feet of outdoor living space. The plans call for a comfortable living room with gas fireplace, a state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen, sliding glass walls, a dining area and a fire pit. The four-season living space will also feature some of the best ideas when it comes to improving outdoor privacy.

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9:00
PM
Episode 106

Newlyweds Whitney and Joey have just purchased their dream home in an exclusive gated community. While they love the inside, the existing deck has some serious issues. It's old, rotting and doesn't fit their needs. Plus, their aging dog is having trouble using the stairs. So, they challenge the Mega Crew to build a $200,000 deck complete with an outdoor kitchen, state-of-the-art hot tub and a custom staircase for their small dog. The design plans also call for a circular outdoor living room with rounded gas fire pit and pergola, a second seating area with fire pit located near their new hot tub, and a custom iron staircase.

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9:30
PM
Episode 108

Katie and Charlie have just purchased their dream home and now want to make the most of their spectacular views. They've got a big budget and even bigger ideas. They challenge the Mega Crew to build a $600,000 deck that maximizes the gorgeous views, and adds 1000 square feet of outdoor living space. The plans call for a two-story water feature, a custom pizza oven and patio, an outdoor living room, an outdoor kitchen, sliding glass walls, and four large fire features to keep them warm all year long. It's one of the most dramatic decks the team has ever built.

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10:00
PM
Episode 108

The Hermans are called upon by the Gorell family to build a remote lake island fort. With plenty of childhood forts of their own to draw on for inspiration, the Herman Brothers construct a fort from local trees complete with lookout tower, sleeping bunks and a suspension bridge.

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10:30
PM
Episode 106

The Bixlers love the great outdoors but don't like roughing it when it comes to camping. They like to think of themselves as Glampers, aka glam campers. So how do they build a semi permanent location they can bring the whole family to camp in? The Herman Brothers help them put together a Teepee village complete with horse corral, trails and rock steps right to the lake.

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11:00
PM
Episode 109

Chad and Julie have a house on the lake. They want to turn their unfinished basement into a finished space with a separate bathroom that can support all their lake activities. This space gets a facelift with a new dining table, bathroom, storage for kids toys and of course a new deck complete with sandbox.

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11:30
PM
Episode 110

Beth and Greg Herman have been vacationing in Gulf Shores, Alabama for more than twenty years. Their beach side condo has a great pool, but the rest of the outdoor space is unfinished. Nate surprises dad with a new deck area complete with grilling station, fire pit and recreation area for the kids.

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12:00
AM
Episode 106

Newlyweds Whitney and Joey have just purchased their dream home in an exclusive gated community. While they love the inside, the existing deck has some serious issues. It's old, rotting and doesn't fit their needs. Plus, their aging dog is having trouble using the stairs. So, they challenge the Mega Crew to build a $200,000 deck complete with an outdoor kitchen, state-of-the-art hot tub and a custom staircase for their small dog. The design plans also call for a circular outdoor living room with rounded gas fire pit and pergola, a second seating area with fire pit located near their new hot tub, and a custom iron staircase.

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12:30
AM
Episode 108

Katie and Charlie have just purchased their dream home and now want to make the most of their spectacular views. They've got a big budget and even bigger ideas. They challenge the Mega Crew to build a $600,000 deck that maximizes the gorgeous views, and adds 1000 square feet of outdoor living space. The plans call for a two-story water feature, a custom pizza oven and patio, an outdoor living room, an outdoor kitchen, sliding glass walls, and four large fire features to keep them warm all year long. It's one of the most dramatic decks the team has ever built.

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1:00
AM
Episode 108

The Hermans are called upon by the Gorell family to build a remote lake island fort. With plenty of childhood forts of their own to draw on for inspiration, the Herman Brothers construct a fort from local trees complete with lookout tower, sleeping bunks and a suspension bridge.

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1:30
AM
Episode 106

The Bixlers love the great outdoors but don't like roughing it when it comes to camping. They like to think of themselves as Glampers, aka glam campers. So how do they build a semi permanent location they can bring the whole family to camp in? The Herman Brothers help them put together a Teepee village complete with horse corral, trails and rock steps right to the lake.

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2:00
AM
Episode 109

Chad and Julie have a house on the lake. They want to turn their unfinished basement into a finished space with a separate bathroom that can support all their lake activities. This space gets a facelift with a new dining table, bathroom, storage for kids toys and of course a new deck complete with sandbox.

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2:30
AM
Episode 110

Beth and Greg Herman have been vacationing in Gulf Shores, Alabama for more than twenty years. Their beach side condo has a great pool, but the rest of the outdoor space is unfinished. Nate surprises dad with a new deck area complete with grilling station, fire pit and recreation area for the kids.

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3:00
AM
Episode 102

Mark loves his cliffside log home in the Rocky Mountains, but the small existing deck doesn't take advantage of the million-dollar view. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a $600,000 cliff-side deck that takes advantage of the panoramic mountain scenery and allows Mark to enjoy the frosty winters outside on his deck. After six months of construction, the Mega Deck is finally complete and homeowner Mark gets a tour of all the new features including a top-of-the-line barbecue grill and hot tub.

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3:30
AM
Episode 104

John and Bonnie have a very large family and a very small deck. And with their six adult children living nearby, they really want a place for the family to gather. So, they've decided to turn their old deck into the ultimate party deck. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a $300,000 deck that takes advantage of the gorgeous views and adds 1700 square feet of outdoor living space. The plans call for a comfortable living room with gas fireplace, a state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen, sliding glass walls, a dining area and a fire pit. The four-season living space will also feature some of the best ideas when it comes to improving outdoor privacy.

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4:30
AM
Episode 806

Newlyweds Jim and Ally Pleuss want to open up the living and dining room space in their new house by tearing out the walls around the staircase. But a never-ending demolition, "rolling" support walls, and a freak wheelbarrow accident leave them with nothing but a big hole in the floor.

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