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Tuesday, Sep 22

7:00
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Episode 313

Exterior Designer Billy Derian will provide Leela and Sean with a taste of Italy by its transforming their concrete eyesore yard into an Italian Renaissance staycation destination.

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7:30
AM
Episode 413

Mindy's gorgeous home is being hidden by an overgrown landscape and a dilapidated walkway. Gino plans to rip everything out and start from scratch. He plans to bring in a new paver pathway, an irrigation system, new sod, and colorful new plants to top off the landscape. With some help from his crew, Gino is hoping to bring Mindy's classic looking home out of the dark ages.

8:00
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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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8:30
AM
Episode 101

Eric Myers and his crew clear out a jam-packed 300-year-old attic. The third floor of this classic colonial is stuffed with ironic toys, strange saddles and true pieces of American history. Will private letters from Jackie Kennedy and extremely rare model trains mean big bucks for Junk Junk Baby?

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9:00
AM
Episode 102

A wicked storm won't stop the Junk Junk Baby team from tackling this antique-filled attic. Eric hopes the first issue of Sports Illustrated and a vintage baseball board game will knock this job out of the park. And centuries-old encyclopedias will mean big bucks, if they can find the whole set.

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9:30
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Episode 103

A big attic means a big mess, but an even bigger opportunity to make money. This attic has 95 years worth of antiques and collectibles for the Junk Junk Baby crew to dig through. But old toys and ugly sweaters aren't enough to break even, so the crew banks on an antique wagon to wheel in the profits.

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10:00
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Episode 104

The Junk Junk Baby team makes a house call to help two sisters surprise their mother with an attic makeover. This double-sized attic once belonged to a doctor and Eric hopes decades of forgotten antiques and medical gear will tip the scales into the black.

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10:30
AM
Episode 105

This small attic is loaded with forgotten knickknacks and long-lost heirlooms. The homeowner hasn't tried to clean the space in more than 20 years and she's fed up. She's called in Junk Junk Baby to bring her third floor back to life. Eric and the crew bank on kerosene lamps to light up some profits or an antique icebox to bring in cold hard cash.

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11:00
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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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12:00
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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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1:00
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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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2:00
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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
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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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4:00
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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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5:00
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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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6:00
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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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7:00
PM
Episode 206

Cody drops a slam dunk bid for a tiny backyard barn but getting it to the renovation lot takes one of the most radical house moves ever seen in Fort Worth. Suzi has to figure out how to turn 210 square feet of barn into a home and her plans will take all the muscle Cody can muster. Randy wins a weird square building with prison-size windows and he has ideas for an open-plan, loft-style remodel but that's a big challenge for his contractor, Bleu, who has to figure out how to create private zones in open space.

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8:00
PM
Episode 112

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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8:30
PM
Episode 113

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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9:00
PM
Episode 114

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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9:30
PM
Episode 115

Mama Jean hired Treehouse Dreamer Michael Garnier many years ago to build her a beautiful treehouse on her 700 acre property way down upon the Suwannee River, and now The Treehouse Guys are back to build her an even bigger, more note-worthy house for her family in a 100-year old Oak tree that literally hangs over the river banks.

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10:00
PM
Episode 107

All kids should be able to experience the thrill of being up in a treehouse, and The Treehouse Guys are pulling out all the stops to make sure the special children at the Sunshine Campus in Rochester, New York get their chance to climb in a tree. This one-of-a-kind project has the whole community, including some local heros, volunteering their time, energy, and resources to help create the biggest, badest, sensory extravaganza these kids have ever experienced.

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11:00
PM
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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12:00
AM
Episode 114

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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12:30
AM
Episode 115

Mama Jean hired Treehouse Dreamer Michael Garnier many years ago to build her a beautiful treehouse on her 700 acre property way down upon the Suwannee River, and now The Treehouse Guys are back to build her an even bigger, more note-worthy house for her family in a 100-year old Oak tree that literally hangs over the river banks.

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1:00
AM
Episode 107

All kids should be able to experience the thrill of being up in a treehouse, and The Treehouse Guys are pulling out all the stops to make sure the special children at the Sunshine Campus in Rochester, New York get their chance to climb in a tree. This one-of-a-kind project has the whole community, including some local heros, volunteering their time, energy, and resources to help create the biggest, badest, sensory extravaganza these kids have ever experienced.

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2:00
AM
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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3:00
AM
Episode 112

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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3:30
AM
Episode 113

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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4:30
AM
Episode 1301

Comedian Jeff Ross is better known throughout the world for roasting people like Charlie Sheen, Donald Trump and James Franco. Now he is partnering up with the USO to roast our very own, Tony Siragusa. To repay the favor for this comedic relief, we have agreed to come in and completely renovate Jeff's dorm like apartment into something he can be proud of. With wall-to-wall wainscoting, a new custom fireplace and some hilarious tricks up our sleeves, we will transform this run down apartment into a Roast Master's Paradise.

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