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Tuesday, Sep 1

7:00
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Episode 309

Exterior Designer Billy Derian will help Doug and Jenn turn their small rectangular yard into a Tibetan Tranquility Garden that is a perfect fit with their Zen lifestyle.

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7:30
AM
Episode 410

Brian and Jen are happy in their new home, but the boring builder landscape in the front of their house has them feeling like they need a makeover. With a generic walkway, exposed foundation and no plants whatsoever, this yard needs a miracle worker. Gino wants to veneer over the pre-existing walkway to give it a more unique flow, and he also wants to use a new stucco material to help the foundation match the brick already above the front doorway. With some help from Gina and her plant prowess, Gino is hoping to give Brian and Jen something to be proud of.

8:00
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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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8:30
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Episode 102

On a nearly deserted island of Alaska, Bob is forced to adapt with inferior lumber, changing weather conditions, and an 11-foot brown bear all causing havoc on the build site. Despite these challenges, Bob and team are able to get the foundation dug in and set.

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9:00
AM
Episode 103

We learn how things are built differently in a state which experiences 100 earthquakes a day. Though the framing is completed and the rough wiring and plumbing get underway, the grind of the 5-month project starts to wear Bob down.

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9:30
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Episode 104

A sub-contractor fails to show up at the jobsite for weeks pushing Bob further behind schedule. Meanwhile, Bob and his brother Rick contend with some furry troublemakers of the job site that are chewing through hoses, cables, and grocery bags.

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10:00
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Episode 105

When you live this far off the grid, you need to be self-sufficient, whether it is using recycled oil, fishing for dinner, or installing hydro and wind energy systems. The insulation delays continue as Bob waits for a delinquent subcontractor.

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10:30
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Episode 106

It's a sprint to the finish as Bob gets the cabin completed before his first paying customers arrive. Furniture and other items are installed at the last moment. He works 16-hour days, goes over budget, but ends up with the cabin of his dreams.

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11:00
AM
Episode 201

Three men set out to build three cabins in remote areas of the Alaskan Frontier. They will make preparations in the harsh Alaskan winter and race against time, the bitter cold, and the wilderness to complete their builds. Using their various skills sets and techniques, three different cabins will be constructed that will all need to hold up in some of the most harsh conditions in the world.

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12:00
PM
Episode 203

The three builders each face their own forms of adversity. Lee Raymond is struggling to get back on track after losing a month to bad weather and an impassable semi-frozen Quiet Lake. At the Matanuska Glacier, Chuck Gerwig has had perfect weather, but most of his labor is due to leave once fishing season starts in less than a month. And Jim Wagner has finished, numbered, and taken down his cabin in Gustavus, but now begins the arduous 500 mile transport to Chicken that will include two ferry rides, 2 border crossings and hopefully enough supplies to finish the re-build before winter sets in.

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1:00
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Episode 205

After battling the tragedy of the loss of his righthand man, Ryan Beachy, Chuck Gerwig is back in the saddle and ready to finish the job that he and Ryan started months earlier. 312 miles northeast in Chicken, Alaska, Jim Wagner and crew are at a near standstill due to a nonstop rain that has turned their man-made road into an impassible swamp. And with a concrete truck due any minute, will they be able to get it fixed before they risk losing any hope of getting the foundation poured? Finally, Lee Raymond has been fighting the same weather since he started and he's still behind. Now he's losing his number one crew to college, so his final push will have to be with a brand new crew that can afford no errors.

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2:00
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Episode 207

As the days get shorter and colder, and snow is visible on the highest peaks, the builders frantically race to get their homes sealed in. Chuck Gerwig suffered a huge blow earlier in the summer with the loss of his righthand man, and now his ten hour days are up to twelve and its starting to show. Barely keeping in front of his subcontractors, one small mistake could mean not finishing. In Chicken, Jim Wagner's organizational luck has just run out. His flooring is four bundles short. So, with everything shutting down for the winter in a week, he's got to decide whether or not to make the half day journey to the lumberyard, which is no guarantee, or finish the roof before snow flies. Finally, at remote Quiet Lake, Lee Raymond's son "high speed, no grease" Aaron, is scrambling to get the roofing on before the snow. But the constant rain mixed with Aaron's speed has created a very slick situation and Aaron just can't hold on.

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3:00
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Episode 208

Winter has arrived and the race is over. It's time for each of our builders to come to terms with their end games as they pack up and head home for the season. To say this year has been a challenge would be an understatement. From lakes, to glaciers, to areas savaged by fire, nothing was immune from Alaska's hostile nature. Whether that came in the form of brutal weather, extreme fatigue, or even death, it had to be endured and overcome. And although the men, their homes and the sites were vastly different, they all can lay claim to the same victory in surviving Alaska's wrath. Now is the time to shutter in, rest, and take stock in what matters for in just a few short months the season will change again and usher in a new chapter of Building Alaska.

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4:00
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Episode 102

Surrounded by longhorn cattle, tumbleweeds, and wide-open spaces, The Treehouse Guys are in Celeste, Texas, building a farmhouse 14 feet up in the trees. The spacious 600 square foot treehouse is for the Snyder family who live on a lavender farm and aren't afraid to roll up their sleeves and help with the build.

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5:00
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Episode 108

What do you do when your family outgrows your home? If you are out-of-the-box thinkers like Peter and Amy Harding, you call The Treehouse Guys to build your family a treetop escape! Just moments away from tech-heavy Silicon Valley, Portola Valley still has that small-town, country vibe but that doesn't let the guys off the hook. To get this 460 square foot house built 20 feet up in the trees, they'll have to embrace some cutting-edge equipment, and seamlessly integrate old-school and new-school technologies.

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6:00
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Episode 106

There's a treehouse emergency in Fort White, Florida! The Shea family dialed 911 and The Treehouse Guys answered the call. Their mission is to make the family's "glamping" in the trees desires a reality.

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7:00
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Episode 104

The Treehouse Guys are surrounded by the king of big trees, stunning Coast Redwoods, for their build in Fort Bragg, California. Zach McCabe, his wife Karla, and baby daughter Zoe are making the whimsical life-long dreams of mom, Gay Tomlinson, a reality, by having the guys build her a 200 square foot majestic house 30 feet up in the air. The style of the treehouse will be a mix of ewok and hobbit with plenty of talk of fairies and gnomes.

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8:00
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Episode 101

The Treehouse Guys are constructing a treetop retreat in one of Oahu, Hawaii's most impressive monkey pod trees. While Kaneohe Bay may be the ideal scenic backdrop for the build, it's not all paradise for the team. Using salvaged building materials from the island, they have to scramble to get the project done despite Hawaii's daily afternoon rains. Relying on the help of some local Hawaiians, The Treehouse Guys give their clients the treehouse of their dreams.

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9:00
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Episode 111

On Orcas Island, Washington, wanderlust and treehouse building collide. The Treehouse Guys build a treehouse for a very special anniversary for one of their own. This awesome retreat hidden in the trees not only has some stunning views, but also some special challenges and the guys will have to pull out all the stops to get materials to the island and get the build done on time.

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10:00
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Episode 110

The Treehouse Guys travel to picturesque Half Moon Bay on the California coast to build a beautiful modern treehouse. Spoiled for choices, the guys are surrounded by majestic redwoods, cedar and oak trees, with a river running through the property to boot! With their mad build skills and inventive designs, the guys take this 300 square foot, nearly 20 feet off the ground, treetop get-away to a whole new level.

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11:00
PM
Episode 103

When Master Tree Climbing Instructor Tim Kovar finally decides that he needs a treehouse built on his Oak-filled sprawling Oregon City property, there are no better guys to build it for him than The Treehouse Guys! The 200 square foot treehouse is 24 feet in the air and will serve two purposes. It'll be a weekend getaway for Tim and his family while staying close to nature, as well as a place for Tim to teach his tree climbing students.

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12:00
AM
Episode 111

On Orcas Island, Washington, wanderlust and treehouse building collide. The Treehouse Guys build a treehouse for a very special anniversary for one of their own. This awesome retreat hidden in the trees not only has some stunning views, but also some special challenges and the guys will have to pull out all the stops to get materials to the island and get the build done on time.

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1:00
AM
Episode 110

The Treehouse Guys travel to picturesque Half Moon Bay on the California coast to build a beautiful modern treehouse. Spoiled for choices, the guys are surrounded by majestic redwoods, cedar and oak trees, with a river running through the property to boot! With their mad build skills and inventive designs, the guys take this 300 square foot, nearly 20 feet off the ground, treetop get-away to a whole new level.

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2:00
AM
Episode 103

When Master Tree Climbing Instructor Tim Kovar finally decides that he needs a treehouse built on his Oak-filled sprawling Oregon City property, there are no better guys to build it for him than The Treehouse Guys! The 200 square foot treehouse is 24 feet in the air and will serve two purposes. It'll be a weekend getaway for Tim and his family while staying close to nature, as well as a place for Tim to teach his tree climbing students.

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3:00
AM
Episode 101

The Treehouse Guys are constructing a treetop retreat in one of Oahu, Hawaii's most impressive monkey pod trees. While Kaneohe Bay may be the ideal scenic backdrop for the build, it's not all paradise for the team. Using salvaged building materials from the island, they have to scramble to get the project done despite Hawaii's daily afternoon rains. Relying on the help of some local Hawaiians, The Treehouse Guys give their clients the treehouse of their dreams.

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4:30
AM
Episode 1003

John Ray is a former offensive lineman for the Indianapolis Colts who has settled down, but he needs a place in his house to call his own. Co-host and Man Caves expert Tony Siragusa, also a former Colts star, shares a special connection with John, and decides on a Teammate Tribute Cave. The guys are giving John a brand new entertainment center, a Ping-Pong table that rests on a pool table with a lift for storage, a workout room and of course no man cave is complete without a granite bar. If Jason can control these two giant buddies, then we're in for a cave of epic proportions!

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