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Friday, Aug 14

7:00
AM
Episode 407

Marcia Johnson's kitchen is tiny, cramped, and completely outdated. Not to mention it is covered head to toe in tacky apple décor. Marcia has a huge family and her sisters are always coming over for family dinners. She is desperate for an up to date and larger space that is suitable for entertaining. With the help of her sister Cokie, the Johnson girls are ready for anything that the DIY Voters can throw their way. Licensed contractors John DeSilvia and Joanie Dodds step in and take this kitchen into the twenty first century using your votes on cabinets, flooring, paint, lighting and more.

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7:30
AM
Episode 1006

Host, Chris Grundy, is getting knotty with all kinds of tools for woodworking. Box clamps for the perfect square joint, a saw guide that protects your fingers, a portable router table that snaps together quick, and custom furniture making with the masters at Thos. Moser. We'll also head to Maine, where we'll see how Lie-Nielsen Toolworks is making a high-end specialty plane for shooting planes.

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8:00
AM
Episode 503

When a financial planning assistant, Shelly bought her 1950's fixer-upper, she was certain it would be a good long-term investment. She's tackled many updates herself, and practically doubled the livable space, but the kitchen remains a sore spot for Shelly and her 3 roommates. With a limited budget, licensed contractor James Young shows them how to get the most bang for Shelly's buck. By reusing the existing cabinetry, coming up with creative storage solutions, and adding stylish, budget-friendly features, James helps them to get a chic, functional kitchen without breaking the bank.

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8:30
AM
Episode 301

Kraig and the crew clean a garage stuffed with old-school collectibles: boxes full of vintage beer cans, the first electronic handheld gaming consoles ever made, even hockey gear signed by a living legend.

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9:00
AM
Episode 302

There's something from every decade in this junk jammed garage. This random bundle of discoveries contains strange tools, an antique punch clock, an impenetrable safe and an unforgettable galloping horse. It's one of the coolest jobs yet.

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9:30
AM
Episode 303

This is the dirtiest job the Garage Brothers have ever taken on. Each room presents a new set of challenges. But with big risk comes big reward. Kitchen appliances, beer memorabilia, and a remarkable turntable make this job worthwhile.

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10:00
AM
Episode 304

A thrift store fanatic filled her garage to the brim with all sorts of odds and ends: novelty knives, military knives and throwing knives make for a hair-raising gig. But a $31,000 discovery makes this job stand apart from all the others.

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10:30
AM
Episode 305

A huge garage presents an opportunity for huge profits when the guys find an insanely powerful spotlight, cool tools and old items from an even older tavern.

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11:00
AM
Episode 306

Kraig and his crew discover foreign valuables from around the world. Will exotic treasures cover Kraig's costs?

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11:30
AM
Episode 307

The crew discovers memorabilia autographed by an entire hockey team and unusual mannequins covered in body art. This job is packed with some of the coolest discoveries Garage Brothers have ever made, but will these items cover Kraig's costs?

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12:00
PM
Episode 308

There's 50 years of history packed into this storage space: groovy vintage furniture, antique cameras, super eight millimeter projectors bundled with bizarre films and a piano that literally plays itself!

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12:30
PM
Episode 309

Kraig takes on a massive job. If the guys can decipher the valuables from the junk, they might strike it rich. Garage Brothers uncover puzzling farming gear, old-school blowtorches, frightening furs, and an especially rare tube radio.

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1:00
PM
Episode 310

This isn't your every day mess, it's three bays jam packed with New Orleans leftovers. There are enough beads and gambling tables for Kraig to start his own Mardi Gras celebration. Garage Brothers find other cool items too, including a professional boxing heavy bag and antique cast iron clocks.

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1:30
PM
Episode 311

Kraig's on a mission to bring home a life-sized silver superhero. An extremely rare autographed comic book cover turns heads and raises profits.

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2:00
PM
Episode 312

Rare concert posters capture moments in history and a t-shirt autographed by one of the greatest guitarists of all time make this job rock. And if rock 'n' roll doesn't do the trick, a rare mineral collection might. A massive amethyst and other gems from across the globe might make Kraig rich.

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2:30
PM
Episode 313

Buckle up, this garage is packed with motocross gear. And the crew unveils one of the first wakeboards ever made!

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3:00
PM
Episode 101F

Old houses get new addresses as three families compete to truck them away and flip them for profit.

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4:00
PM
Episode 103F

A house on Foster Drive in Lake Worth, Texas, is a quaint stone-clad house with a small addition. Both the Slays and Randy like it. The Slays think it will make a nice hunting cabin while Randy believes he can make money just selling the stone. The Snows think it is more work than it's worth. The bidding gets nasty between the Slays and Randy, but Cody and Suzi eventually win it. Before it can be moved, though, Cody will have to sweat it out and hack off the stone facade by hand. During the renovation, Cody and Suzi butt heads when she wants to add some of her special glam touches to the cabin and Cody wants to make it a manly space. Another house on Huron Trail in Lake Worth is a two bedroom 1960s era house in need of a significant renovation. Only half of the house is salvageable and all the electrical must be replaced. Since Randy can do that kind of work himself, he's much more interested in the house than either of the Snows or Slays. Randy gets the house at a relatively low price. When the Snow sisters heckle Randy about his design and decorating abilities, he hires designer Travis Lewis to help him out. There is tension between Randy and Travis when it is clear Randy wants to save every penny and not spend much on the design. Randy decides to surprise Travis with a unique decoration that he found.

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5:00
PM
Episode 105F

Randy wins an old schoolhouse in Lake Worth for a song, but discovers that the inside has nothing: no toilet, no kitchen, just an empty room. At first he wants to tear it down, but he then decides to transform it by vaulting the ceiling and creating a loft space, bath, and kitchen. Donna stops by to give Randy some grief, and spots a storage container on his lot. She bets him that she could make more money flipping the container than he will make on his house. Donna gets her sister and Suzi Slay to join in on the 'Randy Revenge.' The girls band together to turn a steel container into a cozy home reflecting their different styles, but that's easier said than done.

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6:00
PM
Episode 107F

The Snow sisters score a little cottage that needs a lot of TLC. Donna thinks they should pass on the sad little house because it is in bad shape, but Toni thinks it is an ugly duckling that will turn into a beautiful swan. Once the house is moved, the sisters find inspiration and give the kitchen a 1950s feel. Randy starts out with money in his pocket when he grabs a little box house addition that he was paid $500 to haul away. He puts the house on a trailer and turns it into a hip movable house that will attract interest at auction. There is bound to be a lot of competition between these two small houses on auction day.

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7:00
PM
Episode 109F

All of the house movers know that a certain home in Forth Worth has been vacant for ages, which usually means the interior is trashed. The Snow sisters win the house at auction, and are elated to find that the interior is in fantastic condition. This means they can make a big profit on a quick and easy flip. Meanwhile, Cody and Suzi take on an unusual structure: a portable school building. They decide to turn it into a combination home and workshop, but making a commercial building into a home is a big challenge.

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8:00
PM
Episode 102F

A house on Waller Lane in Colleyville, Texas, is viewed hesitantly by all of the house movers because the property is heavily forested making it an expensive if not impossible move. Donna has a crafty plan to pull the house out through the backyard to the street behind, but she plays along like she doesn't want the house to try to keep the price low. Her plan works and she and Toni score the sweet little house for cheap. She and Toni have grand plans for the renovation, including a woman cave and Southwest decor, but will the high cost put a serious dent in their potential profit? Another house on Callender Road in Mansfield, Texas, looks promising from what little the movers can see through the kitchen door. It's clear from the exterior that at least one wall is buckling and the house could have serious structural issues. Cody is undeterred and wins the house. It's a nail biter of a move as Cody must shore-up the structure before it can be lifted. Suzi has issues with the house because of the odd layout and is shocked to find out the front entrance leads right into the bedrooms. Cody literally flips the house by turning it around and creates a new front entrance out of what was originally the kitchen door. To top it off, they make a home office out of the old entry.

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9:00
PM
Episode 104F

Up for auction: a charming historic home on Main Street in Haslet, Texas, which was the area telephone operator's original headquarters. The Snow Sisters think it is adorable even though it is a 'T' shape, which means a more complicated moving process. They make no secret of their excitement about the house, as they feel Gary and Daddy can handle the move. Randy is lukewarm about it, but is interested only if the price is right. The Slays are divided: Suzi loves the house, but Cody is adamant that it would be too complicated to move. They eventually decide to pass. During the auction, it looks like Donna has it all but won when the high price forces Randy to drop out, but Suzi jumps in at the last second and the price continues to climb. Cody does everything he can to stop Suzi from bidding, and their argument leaves an opening for Donna Snow to jump in and win the auction. The Snows' plan is to cut the house in half and move it in two pieces, then decorate the house with a nod to the original style. In Weatherford, Texas, an attractive ranch is up for auction that appeals to all of the movers, but especially Randy. As the price climbs the Snows drop out, followed by the Slays. It finally gets too rich for Randy's blood and he drops out, leaving the win to an architectural salvage company owner. Randy ends up empty-handed and sour about losing the house to an outsider.

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10:00
PM
Episode 106F

Cody Slay wins a house in White Settlement for $500, which he believes has mostly cosmetic problems. When he and Suzi tour the interior, their hearts sink: it is a disaster. Casey refuses to move the house, but Cody wants to lift it himself to save his investment. That is when disaster strikes. Meanwhile, Randy wins a sweet little house in excellent condition on the exterior but with a big surprise inside. If he can completely transform the bizarre feature walls, old carpeting and outdated kitchen, this house can turn a pretty profit at auction time.

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11:00
PM
Episode 108F

Cody and Suzi Slay win a house that has great potential, but the post-auction tour reveals the house was in the middle of being renovated. The Slays are excited by the potential return on investment, despite a weird layout that has no usable closets but does have a large open space in the middle of the house. Suzi decides to have Cody build a luxury walk-in closet modeled after her closet at home. All of the house movers know that a certain home in Forth Worth has been vacant for ages, which usually means the interior is trashed. The Snow sisters win the house at auction, and are elated to find that the interior is in fantastic condition. This means they can make a big profit on a quick and easy flip.

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12:00
AM
Episode 104F

Up for auction: a charming historic home on Main Street in Haslet, Texas, which was the area telephone operator's original headquarters. The Snow Sisters think it is adorable even though it is a 'T' shape, which means a more complicated moving process. They make no secret of their excitement about the house, as they feel Gary and Daddy can handle the move. Randy is lukewarm about it, but is interested only if the price is right. The Slays are divided: Suzi loves the house, but Cody is adamant that it would be too complicated to move. They eventually decide to pass. During the auction, it looks like Donna has it all but won when the high price forces Randy to drop out, but Suzi jumps in at the last second and the price continues to climb. Cody does everything he can to stop Suzi from bidding, and their argument leaves an opening for Donna Snow to jump in and win the auction. The Snows' plan is to cut the house in half and move it in two pieces, then decorate the house with a nod to the original style. In Weatherford, Texas, an attractive ranch is up for auction that appeals to all of the movers, but especially Randy. As the price climbs the Snows drop out, followed by the Slays. It finally gets too rich for Randy's blood and he drops out, leaving the win to an architectural salvage company owner. Randy ends up empty-handed and sour about losing the house to an outsider.

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1:00
AM
Episode 106F

Cody Slay wins a house in White Settlement for $500, which he believes has mostly cosmetic problems. When he and Suzi tour the interior, their hearts sink: it is a disaster. Casey refuses to move the house, but Cody wants to lift it himself to save his investment. That is when disaster strikes. Meanwhile, Randy wins a sweet little house in excellent condition on the exterior but with a big surprise inside. If he can completely transform the bizarre feature walls, old carpeting and outdated kitchen, this house can turn a pretty profit at auction time.

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2:00
AM
Episode 108F

Cody and Suzi Slay win a house that has great potential, but the post-auction tour reveals the house was in the middle of being renovated. The Slays are excited by the potential return on investment, despite a weird layout that has no usable closets but does have a large open space in the middle of the house. Suzi decides to have Cody build a luxury walk-in closet modeled after her closet at home. All of the house movers know that a certain home in Forth Worth has been vacant for ages, which usually means the interior is trashed. The Snow sisters win the house at auction, and are elated to find that the interior is in fantastic condition. This means they can make a big profit on a quick and easy flip.

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3:00
AM
Episode 102F

A house on Waller Lane in Colleyville, Texas, is viewed hesitantly by all of the house movers because the property is heavily forested making it an expensive if not impossible move. Donna has a crafty plan to pull the house out through the backyard to the street behind, but she plays along like she doesn't want the house to try to keep the price low. Her plan works and she and Toni score the sweet little house for cheap. She and Toni have grand plans for the renovation, including a woman cave and Southwest decor, but will the high cost put a serious dent in their potential profit? Another house on Callender Road in Mansfield, Texas, looks promising from what little the movers can see through the kitchen door. It's clear from the exterior that at least one wall is buckling and the house could have serious structural issues. Cody is undeterred and wins the house. It's a nail biter of a move as Cody must shore-up the structure before it can be lifted. Suzi has issues with the house because of the odd layout and is shocked to find out the front entrance leads right into the bedrooms. Cody literally flips the house by turning it around and creates a new front entrance out of what was originally the kitchen door. To top it off, they make a home office out of the old entry.

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4:30
AM
Episode 910

Tom and Constance Campbell are avid Diyer's, which is a good thing because their 1950s ranch style house needed plenty of work. Covered with pink, both inside and out, they've made plenty of neutral updates. But the pink bathroom and pink-toned exterior still need to go. Even though the house has those glaring sore spots, the couple really wants to turn the makeshift gym in their garage into a full-blow industrial style gym. Where should they put their $12,000 renovation dollars? Find out!

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