TV Schedule

Thursday, Aug 20

7:00
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Episode 703

Matt turns the Blog Cabin master suite into a sweet beach retreat with custom touches and local finds.

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7:30
AM
Episode 208

Nowadays, everyone loves a juicy man cave. In this episode, two men get the caves of their dreams, but is it the Star Trek sc-fi or the rock n' roll themed caves that cost more? Also, take a price check on a pair of cookie cutter condos that are transformed into hip, modern dwellings.

8:00
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Episode 304

Fanuka is hard at work renovating of a small apartment but runs into some big issues when quality control starts to slip. Meanwhile, the Fanuka team helps designer Elizabeth Bolognino on a charity project.

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8:30
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Episode 303

Moving to the interior of the Dollar House, Nicole demo's her heart out and focuses on the disgusting kitchen space and adding a half bathroom to the first floor (evicting a few pigeons along the way). Once the new space is framed out, everything seems to be falling into place… until the water is turned on and Nicole finds out she has some leaky pipes.

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9:00
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Episode 304

Restoring the first floor of the Dollar House continues as host and interior designer Nicole Curtis uncovers hardwood floors throughout the living and dining room areas. The dining room hutch is still intact, but there's a whole new fireplace mantle to build. Nicole also takes on a DIY project to prove that a pile of scrap wood can become a thing of beauty.

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9:30
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Episode 305

Heading up to the second floor, Nicole takes on the bathroom, one of the house's dirtiest and grimiest rooms. She brings it down to the studs, adding clean lines with white subway tile and re-purposes an old dresser into one of her signature vanities. Since the house was lifted, the front porch has been floating in space, so Nicole tears it down to begin rebuilding a new one, giving the house an inviting and classic look.

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10:00
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Episode 306

Ever closer to finishing up the interior of the Dollar House, Nicole works in the bedrooms to put up all new walls and ceilings as well as remove the black and white linoleum flooring and patch up a burn mark in the hardwood. The staircase needs attention as well, so Nicole repairs some broken treads and comes up with a cool idea for how to turn an odd space into a storage closet.

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10:30
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Episode 307

Moving back outside, Nicole begins to clean up all the debris from the yard and comes up with a plan to use salvaged materials from the house to create a cute little back yard area. For the front entryway, Nicole exposes hardwood floors and dumpster dives in her own dumpster to find a light she can use.

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11:00
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Episode 308

All that's left to finish on the Dollar House is the exterior. The whole house needs the cedar shakes repaired and the fascia covered in aluminum for protection. As Nicole looks to the neighboring houses for inspiration as she finishes the front porch, she must also make a decision on what color to paint the house.

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11:30
AM
Episode 309

Working in St. Paul for the first time, Nicole finds another house in an up and coming neighborhood that needs her attention. Fighting the onset of colder weather, she must first tackle an exterior makeover, figuring out how to clean up the front yard and replace the icky yellow and brown paint job. Inside, she begins the difficult task of cleaning out all the left over junk so the plumbers and electrician can get started.

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12:00
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Episode 310

Nicole begins work on the interior of the Case Ave house and is faced with a living and dining room full of gorgeous woodwork and original pocket doors that have been painted over the years. It'll take hours and hours of sanding and stripping, but Nicole just can't leave them the way she found them. Once she sets her mind to something, there's no stopping her.

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12:30
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Episode 311

Nicole takes the dark and dim front entryway and opens it up, removing soffits, repairing original stained glass windows, and hunting for salvaged parts to rebuild the fabulous staircase. She must also find a way to repair the front porch floorboards to keep them from falling off the foundation.

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1:00
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Episode 312

The bedrooms and bathroom on the second floor desperately need Nicole's attention. She must deal with water-damaged walls, old carpet and vinyl covering the hardwood, and a tiny, dirty bathroom that needs an updated shower. Nicole saves as many original fixtures as she can and proves that there's plenty you can do to turn a space around without buying new.

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1:30
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Episode 313

The Case Ave house is almost complete, and Nicole has saved the most difficult task for last - figuring out a functional layout for the cramped kitchen. To save the original cabinets, she must get creative in order to find a way to make them fit with modern appliances. With a few left over pieces from around the house, Nicole finds new ways to repurpose them in the basement.

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2:00
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Episode 401F

Mt Airy was passed down to Catherine and Tayloe Emery, who are fixing it up so they can one day pass it on to their children and grandchildren. They are starting with the kitchen, which has an unusual narrow curved design. It's layout is impractical and it's style is outdated, so they enlist the family to help make it a modern kitchen with a vintage feel.

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2:30
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Episode 402F

The main house at Mt Airy is very formal and not really suited for a family with young kids like the Emerys. Catherine and Tayloe take on the challenge of converting an extra bedroom into a casual family room where they can kick back and relax. But just as they are wrapping up the project, they realize they have made a very costly mistake.

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3:00
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Episode 403F

The grounds of Mount Airy are massive, but Catherine and Tayloe don't really have a designated place to entertain outside. They want to create an outdoor cooking and dining area complete with a fire pit. Before they start digging in the yard, they must pass inspection from an archeological team. If any significant historic elements are found in the soil, the entire project will be shut down.

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3:30
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Episode 404F

The smokehouse is an outbuilding constructed in 1761 that was used to preserve meat. Catherine and Tayloe want to convert this dilapidated space into a speakeasy style bar they can use for their wedding business and for entertaining family and friends. Everything needs work in this building, from the deteriorating wood walls to the floor made up of uneven crumbling stones that are dangerous to walk on. With all of the work and expenses involved, they have to get creative and repurpose items they already have, including wood from another building that is on the verge of falling down.

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4:00
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Episode 405F

When Catherine and Tayloe moved into Mt Airy, all of their furnishings went into storage and they lived with Tayloe's grandparents' furniture and decor. It's time for the master bedroom and bathroom to finally feel like their own space, a place to unwind at the end of a long day. They're tearing out most of the bathroom including replacing a makeshift attic ladder attached by a wire hanger.

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4:30
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Episode 406F

The counting house is an outbuilding that is rich in history but has become a dumping ground for Tayloe's tools and outdoor gear. Tayloe wants to fulfill his grandfather's vision of converting this building into the ultimate man cave complete with a seating and storage area and a functioning workshop. This seemingly simple project turns out to be more than they bargained for when their lime-based paint looks splotchy, a storage rack that takes all day to build doesn't fit into the space and Tayloe takes a nasty fall from a ladder.

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5:00
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Episode 407F

The lower level of the west wing has warped floors and crumbling brick walls and needs major restoration. The Emerys will turn this wasted space into a multi-functional mud room where they can wash up after a long day on the farm, do laundry, house their six dogs, store the kids sports equipment and even squeeze in a bathroom. It feels like they are starting from scratch with this renovation because this building doesn't even have plumbing yet!

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5:30
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Episode 408F

The west wing was originally used as servant's quarters, but in the last century it became a storage space where family heirlooms piled up. Between their large family and the hunting and wedding parties they host at Mt Airy, Catherine and Tayloe are often housing guests in the main house, which is not always convenient. They want to turn two unused west wing rooms into a guest bedroom and bathroom that can house multiple guests. A trip to another family property also built in the 1700s provides inspiration for designs and also serves as a harsh reminder that Mt Airy could literally crumble if they don't restore it quickly.

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6:00
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Episode 409F

On the main level of the west wing is the original laundry room where clothes were washed by hand. Despite its lack of flooring and crumbling walls, Catherine and Tayloe want to turn this space into a lounge for their guests. This is a massive undertaking with a lot of intricate details like a suspended wood ceiling, opening up a brick wall to reveal the original archway, repurposing and old church pew and a very delicate piece of stained glass, and incorporating the Tayloe family crest. They even use a piece of an old Mt Airy tree to create a table.

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6:30
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Episode 410F

Catherine and Tayloe want to turn the original kitchen in the west wing into a chef's kitchen for when they host large parties. The old fireplace in this room was used to cook in, but over the last two centuries it went unused and quickly deteriorated. Not only do they need to rebuild this fireplace brick by brick, but they also need to blend historic aspects with modern day kitchen features like a rolling island and a pot rack that works on pulleys.

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7:00
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Episode 901F

Sisters Nicole and Michelle live in different cities, but now they've come together to invest their inheritance in an income property that would make their late mother proud. Scott shows them a turnkey property, a detached fixer upper, and a downtown row-house, then helps them agree on an investment strategy.

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8:00
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Episode 709F

Mary and Bridge want to buy a home and income property to help fund their retirement and give them space for their new baby. Scott takes this country-loving family to see a character home in a small town, a new home next to a conservation area, and a massive 10-year old home in a bedroom community. Scott uses his soundproofing expertise to maximize privacy in the rental suite.

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9:00
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Episode 710F

Jason and Peky have a baby on the way, and a $100,000 student debt hanging over their heads. They need a home and income property where they can start their new family and take advantage of lower mortgage payments to pay back their loan. Scott takes this young, educated couple to see a ranch style bungalow, a classic bungalow and a raised bungalow; then puts safety first when building a beautiful rental unit.

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10:00
PM
Episode 806F

Erin needs to move out of her cramped condo so that she can have more space and a yard for her dogs. She wants her home and her finances to be princess perfect, so she needs a house with income property potential. Scott and Erin's friend Alana help her choose between two bungalows in the city, and beautiful suburban home.

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11:00
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Episode 711F

Mike and Vita have saved up, and now they are ready to invest in their 1st income property to help fund their retirement. Scott helps this established couple choose between a semi-detached home, a retro 2-story home in a desirable neighbourhood, and a bungalow on a large lot. Scott then guides these new investors through a large, budget conscious renovation.

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12:00
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Episode 710F

Jason and Peky have a baby on the way, and a $100,000 student debt hanging over their heads. They need a home and income property where they can start their new family and take advantage of lower mortgage payments to pay back their loan. Scott takes this young, educated couple to see a ranch style bungalow, a classic bungalow and a raised bungalow; then puts safety first when building a beautiful rental unit.

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1:00
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Episode 806F

Erin needs to move out of her cramped condo so that she can have more space and a yard for her dogs. She wants her home and her finances to be princess perfect, so she needs a house with income property potential. Scott and Erin's friend Alana help her choose between two bungalows in the city, and beautiful suburban home.

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2:00
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Episode 711F

Mike and Vita have saved up, and now they are ready to invest in their 1st income property to help fund their retirement. Scott helps this established couple choose between a semi-detached home, a retro 2-story home in a desirable neighbourhood, and a bungalow on a large lot. Scott then guides these new investors through a large, budget conscious renovation.

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3:00
AM
Episode 709F

Mary and Bridge want to buy a home and income property to help fund their retirement and give them space for their new baby. Scott takes this country-loving family to see a character home in a small town, a new home next to a conservation area, and a massive 10-year old home in a bedroom community. Scott uses his soundproofing expertise to maximize privacy in the rental suite.

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4:30
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Episode 107

Before a couple in York, Pennsylvania, can move into their contemporary dream home, they'll battle Mother Nature, win over a dubious building inspector, and race against time. They'll go from muddy lot to ultra-modern loft living.

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