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Wednesday, Oct 14

7:00
AM
Episode 1303

Billy Osborn is a single father with two young boys who are always on the move. When Billy isn't working or commuting 4 hours a day for work, he is coaching one of the many teams his sons are involved with. Whenever Billy gets a second to himself, he has nowhere to go to escape from his everyday life so Jason and Tony are coming in and they are bringing the whole crew along. Since Billy loves the Jersey shore and the town he grew up in, he wants us to make him a Man Cave that will bring him back to those crazy Wildwood Nights with a new bar, a giant projector screen tv and one of the coolest fish tanks yet. This Man Cave will make Billy feel like he is at an upscale resort in his favorite Jersey Shore Town.

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7:30
AM
Episode 404

Fanuka takes on two projects for charity, but when problems arise, it seems that no good deed goes unpunished. But with a little ingenuity and a lot of elbow grease, Fanuka pulls through.

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8:00
AM
Episode 403

Single mom, Nancy has had it with her hideous all-white kitchen. After 20 years of living with this sterile, boring space she's ready for an upgrade. With the help of licensed contractor, James Young and the I Hate My Kitchen team, this kitchen is getting a major makeover. Together, they're ready to give it a new lease on life, full of function, color and personality.

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8:30
AM
Episode 905

Chris and his team head to Blog Cabin in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho to transform the spacious upper deck and front yard into a cozy hideaway with amazing lake views. He builds a slatted pergola with beefy metal posts, beneath a massive dining table and benches complete with a custom slatted bar and grill station and a vertical kitchen garden wall with trailing veggies and colorful flowers. In front, a dry streambed loaded with native and water bog plants to complete this modern Lakeview hideaway.

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9:00
AM
Episode 401

The Wolensky family kicks off the renovation of their Hawaii home, beginning with the upstairs bedrooms for the kids. But it's construction by trial and error, and while Alan learns renovation the hard way, the rest of the family gets their first taste of living in a construction zone.

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9:30
AM
Episode 402

How hard can it be to renovate a bathroom? The Wolensky family is about to find out when they take on their upstairs bathroom. Demolition comes quickly, but when hidden problems are exposed, Alan and the family may have bitten off more than they can chew.

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10:00
AM
Episode 403

Since the renovation began, parents Alan and Jenny have had to give up their bedroom - and with tensions running high, it's time for them to get to work on their master suite. Turning Alan's office in to a bedroom is a challenge, but when they endeavor to add a shower to a tiny half bath, the job becomes impossible to handle on their own.

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10:30
AM
Episode 404

Living through a renovation has been challenging for the Wolenskies, but the challenge only gets harder when the construction takes over the kitchen. With their budget running low, electrical problems looming, and the family yearning for a home cooked meal, Alan and Jenny have to get creative to complete this crucial stage of their renovation.

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11:00
AM
Episode 405

After months living in their Hawaii home under construction, things are finally looking up for the Wolenskys - it's time to renovate their living room, which should be an easy task. But small delays snowball into big problems as the family inches towards completing their renovation.

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11:30
AM
Episode 406

After months of renovating their Hawaii home, the end is in sight for the Wolensky family. But their final task may be their biggest challenge, when they attempt to turn their garbage dump of a yard into an island oasis.

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12:00
PM
Episode 813

Comfortable with DIY projects, these homeowners faced a challenge with their oddly shaped breakfast nook. The small space was a magnet for junk and unsuitable for entertaining. With room to expand to the outside, new French doors open out onto a new teak deck. A wine bar gets built with custom cabinetry and granite with a butcher block and marble cheeseboard. A travertine tile floor and wine barrel inspired wall treatments top off this crash.

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12:30
PM
Episode 904

A basement stuck in the 1970s with red shag carpet covering an old bar, ugly arches and dark walls is transformed into a bar hang out and lounge area. One area of the room is dedicated to the bar, with a long table that lights up, a back bar with beer tap and a barn wood ceiling soffit. The other side of the room turns into a cozy hangout with a sectional, custom coffee table, huge TV and warm carpet to make the once cold basement a warm inviting space.

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1:00
PM
Episode 906

A 400 square foot unused space gets transformed into a multi-purpose space complete with an office area, guest loft and an outdoor theater. Butcher block desk, cabinets and banquette seating take over an entire wall. The existing door gets replaced with a glass garage door that opens out onto a patio and theater area. A custom bar cart gets built out of kiln-dried lumber and topped with coins in a chevron pattern.

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1:30
PM
Episode 908

Josh Temple and the House Crasherscrew try and rescue a huge sunroom that has been turned over to eight cats. The renovation begins with three walls of glass being imploded at once. What follows is a complete remake of this useless room. First fixed, bifold and accordion glass panels are added to three walls. Next Josh shows the homeowners how to create custom elements for the room like white wall panels, a wooden rug and a beautiful game table. The room is capped off with an indoor/outdoor bar with it's own redwood deck, new paint and lighting and all new designer furniture. When it's time for the final reveal, the homeowners are speechless and the cats have to start looking for a new room to dominate.

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2:00
PM
Episode 910

A dark garage attached to a small house in Portland, Oregon is converted into a master bedroom retreat giving this family of five a much bigger living space. What was dark exposed wood and a junky storage garage is completely transformed into a bright master bedroom with eight-foot folding doors, a custom headboard, a living art door and all new floors. Plus, a newly sectioned off space becomes a mudroom with all custom storage, porcelain floors and reclaimed wood storage.

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2:30
PM
Episode 912

Master Crasher Josh Temple goes all in to give the parents of young kids two distinct adults-only living spaces. Dad's quest for a sports-centered bar is met with a wine barrel keg wall, a custom poker table for six, stadium suite seating to watch the big game, durable bamboo flooring, and hexagon storage shelves to stash away the gaming supplies. Mom's peaceful reading lounge is separated by three floor to ceiling panels of glass, and features a hypnotic rain curtain water feature to drown out the sounds of the raucous guys.

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3:00
PM
Episode 913

An outdated kitchen with 1970s cabinets, old tile countertops and fireplace that never gets used gets a complete facelift with custom cabinets, marble countertops and backsplash and all new appliances. Plus, the old fireplace is repurposed into a stone niche with a wine barrel countertop. And to take things to another level, a unique table is made from a vintage door.

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3:30
PM
Episode 911

A young couple in search of a more chill space for entertaining and relaxing take Josh Temple up on his offer to transform their living and dining room into a connected, welcoming gathering spot for friends and family. In the process, their oversized wall housing a standard fireplace gets a sleeker frame without sacrificing warmth. The new burner offers views from the front yard through to the back and includes a floor-to- ceiling leather tile face, inset TV, and a beefy hearth hugging the structure. The spacious new layout embraces people hubs like the bar cabinet with wraparound storage shelves, mirrored backsplash and wine fridge, a rustic dining table topped with patina'd metal framed in mix-and-match chairs, and accordion doors that beckon party-goers into the backyard. Add in custom multi-leveled bookshelves anchored by a sumptuous hardwood floor, and this Pacific Northwest space is set to heat up a lifetime of celebrations.

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4:00
PM
Episode 909

Josh Temple takes this couple to task for displaying their outdated collection of VHS tapes and dusty old marionettes front and center in the shabby bedroom! Their penance is working tirelessly for three days to transform the dowdy space into a serene beachscape. Josh is bringing in a modern paneled wall housing the marble-surround fireplace and limestone hearth, built-in shelves that hide a safe for valuables, a foot-of-bed cabinet that hides a 40-inch TV, a king sized bed and headboard, ocean-inspired flooring, and paneled doors that open up to the backyard. The result is seaside luxury located 50 miles inland.

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4:30
PM
Episode 905

An ugly old kitchen with broken countertops, outdated cabinets and floor that is falling apart gets completely blown up into a bright modern space. The kitchen is transformed with new cabinets and concrete countertops, a custom island with butcher block countertops and live edge walnut bar. Plus, a small nook gets a funky door wall treatment and custom seating to create a unique eating space.

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5:00
PM
Episode 1109

A fun San Diego couple with four young kids has a kitchen with outdated appliances, worn floor, nasty tile countertop and broken cabinets that gets completely transformed into a bright and funky kitchen with all new cabinets, appliances, quartz countertops, brand new flooring and a bright colorful backsplash! Plus, a custom walnut table, benches built from skateboards and sliding recycled barn door make this kitchen one of a kind.

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5:30
PM
Episode 1002

It's a French flashback to the 30's and 40's when entertaining guests was done in impressive and luxurious parlors. Josh Temple enhances the usability of this living room and dining room by creating two sophisticated areas. First, for the living room, is an inviting cinematic sitting space featuring a fireplace accentuated by thin brick veneer and a 60-inch TV, art deco niches with a vertical aquarium backdrop, and chesterfield seating. For the dining room, there's a banquette built into a pony wall with ironwork detailing, a bar cabinet and draft tower unified with tile en pointe and sculptural spindles, a reclaimed table made from original flooring, and a hand painted silhouette of a French 75 field cannon.

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6:00
PM
Episode 1107

House Crashers crashes Long Island and takes on one needy kitchen! These homeowners have a kitchen with old cabinets, broken appliances, worn flooring and hideous T-bar ceiling but that's all transformed into an elegant, classic kitchen! This former eye sore of a kitchen becomes the main event for this house including a custom dining table, all new cabinets, appliances and glass backsplash, plus a custom bar and bright new dining room.

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6:30
PM
Episode 1106

Josh Temple takes a garage being used as the family storage dump spot and blows it up into an elegant penthouse suite that is not only a space to sleep, its also a work space, rec room, gathering spot, and entertainment hub. Get ready for a voice recording corner outfitted with colorful acoustic tiles and sound gear, a bi-fold window overlooking the pool, desk space, a wall of floor-to-ceiling cabinets, a fold-down bed trimmed out in walnut and faced in upholstered panels, walnut nightstands with pull out cup holders, wallpaper and specialty painted art elements, a big screen TV, new glass entry door, and a custom game table with angle cut walnut legs.

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7:00
PM
Episode 1105

Josh and the House Crashers crew take on three rooms at one time including a kitchen, sunroom and a lounge. The crash starts with ripping out kitchen cabinets and smashing sliding doors. The renovation continues with a new ten foot triple sliding door, gray laminate flooring, and refinished cabinets. The custom touches include a full bar with walnut countertop, gigantic communal table and a repurposed rolling cart converted into a rolling coffee station. In the end this LA couple is ecstatic over the three rooms in the final reveal.

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7:30
PM
Episode 1104

Edwin lives in a house where every room is taken by other folks and pets. The workout room belongs to his girlfriend, one bedroom is used for the dog, there's even a guest room solely dedicated to out of town company. Josh Temple is about to change it all for the aspiring rapper by turning the garage into a sophisticated dude den where cigar-smoking, fight-watching, card-playing, music-making fun can commence on a whim. The upscale lounge includes an over-sized triangle shelving unit framed in by a pair of cabinets featuring wire trimmed doors, a laminated front bar top that doubles as storage space for musical instruments and sound gear, a wall that hides the washer and dryer on one side and features a whopping 5 TV sets on the other, French doors that open out to the pool, soundproof cork floors, and a faux crocodile grid wall to swank up the livable space with style and comfort.

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8:00
PM
Episode 103F

Jen and Brandon tackle the upstairs attic, converting a small room and unused storage space into three unique bedrooms for their middle kids Ben, Caleb, and Sydney. They also add a shared family rec room and reading nook adorned in reclaimed wood salvaged from the lower level demo. In the process, they discover they have a rat infestation and must overcome this, and several other obstacles, to get the space in working shape.

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8:30
PM
Episode 104F

The Hatmakers are fed up with their makeshift outdoor kitchen and are ready to build a new one from the ground up, inside the house! To match the open flow of the lower level, they're building this kitchen to open onto the rest of the house, while embracing funky product combinations like raw steel countertops, weathered cabinets, and a copper backsplash accent wall. The mix of products, as well as their love for vibrant color, will give this kitchen the industrial farmhouse feel they love.

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9:00
PM
Episode 101F

The Hatmakers are on a hunt for a fixer upper house in Buda, Texas, that will fit their growing family of seven. They tour two houses, but decide to purchase a 1908 farmhouse that they can reconfigure to fit six bedrooms. They pack up their old house and make the move across town to the historic neighborhood within Buda to begin their new renovation adventure.

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9:30
PM
Episode 102F

This family of seven is getting settled in their new farmhouse, but only the two girls are sleeping inside! Jen and Brandon are in the garage apartment, and the boys are camped out in an RV in the backyard while the renovation kicks off. Jen and Brandon work alongside a crew to demo the entire first floor of the farmhouse to create the open floor plan they've always wanted. They add new structural beams to support the second level and build a stunning new dining room from scratch.

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10:00
PM
Episode 501

Candis and Andy start the restoration of their 1890 house by restoring the kitchen, butler's pantry and the exterior. The kitchen and butler's pantry were last renovated in the 1960s, and it shows. Candis and Andy plan to bring the two spaces back to how they would have looked at the turn of the century with custom cabinetry to the ceiling, stone countertops and hardwood floors. The exterior of the house has deteriorated over time, and after doing some research to figure out how it would have looked in 1890, they give it a complete Victorian-inspired paint job and build replica railings for the porch.

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10:30
PM
Episode 502

Candis and Andy finish off the first floor of their 1890 house by creating a new master suite and restoring the living and dining rooms. The existing master bedroom looks like a tacky Vegas casino, and it doesn't have a bathroom attached. So they decide to transform the adjacent sunroom into a master bath with plenty of historic touches, including a refurbished clawfoot tub and an antique dry sink as the vanity. They also restore the historic fireplace in the living room, get the original pocket doors sliding again, and do a cosmetic upgrade to the outdated dining room.

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11:00
PM
Episode 503

Candis and Andy move on to the second floor of their 1890 house, adding a home office, restoring the guest bathroom and bedroom, and adding a secret playroom. In the home office, they open up the ceiling to expose the original vault, and restore the built-in storage cubbies. The guest bath gets a Victorian remodel as they uncover the original claw foot tub that's been hidden under a laminate surround for decades. They also turn one of the bedrooms into a kid-themed room complete with a hidden door leading to a secret playroom.

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11:30
PM
Episode 504

Candis and Andy finish the work on their 1890 house by adding a family room on the second floor, restoring the turret, adding a guest room and library, and restoring the vestibule and original front door. The family room includes built-in day beds and in the attached turret, they expose the original vaulted ceiling. The guest room and connected library become a Victorian-inspired retreat, and the amazing front door gets restored with a custom-made stained glass window. The hope is to finish all the work before Candis gives birth to their first baby girl, due in just a couple weeks!

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12:00
AM
Episode 101F

The Hatmakers are on a hunt for a fixer upper house in Buda, Texas, that will fit their growing family of seven. They tour two houses, but decide to purchase a 1908 farmhouse that they can reconfigure to fit six bedrooms. They pack up their old house and make the move across town to the historic neighborhood within Buda to begin their new renovation adventure.

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12:30
AM
Episode 102F

This family of seven is getting settled in their new farmhouse, but only the two girls are sleeping inside! Jen and Brandon are in the garage apartment, and the boys are camped out in an RV in the backyard while the renovation kicks off. Jen and Brandon work alongside a crew to demo the entire first floor of the farmhouse to create the open floor plan they've always wanted. They add new structural beams to support the second level and build a stunning new dining room from scratch.

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1:00
AM
Episode 501

Candis and Andy start the restoration of their 1890 house by restoring the kitchen, butler's pantry and the exterior. The kitchen and butler's pantry were last renovated in the 1960s, and it shows. Candis and Andy plan to bring the two spaces back to how they would have looked at the turn of the century with custom cabinetry to the ceiling, stone countertops and hardwood floors. The exterior of the house has deteriorated over time, and after doing some research to figure out how it would have looked in 1890, they give it a complete Victorian-inspired paint job and build replica railings for the porch.

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1:30
AM
Episode 502

Candis and Andy finish off the first floor of their 1890 house by creating a new master suite and restoring the living and dining rooms. The existing master bedroom looks like a tacky Vegas casino, and it doesn't have a bathroom attached. So they decide to transform the adjacent sunroom into a master bath with plenty of historic touches, including a refurbished clawfoot tub and an antique dry sink as the vanity. They also restore the historic fireplace in the living room, get the original pocket doors sliding again, and do a cosmetic upgrade to the outdated dining room.

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2:00
AM
Episode 503

Candis and Andy move on to the second floor of their 1890 house, adding a home office, restoring the guest bathroom and bedroom, and adding a secret playroom. In the home office, they open up the ceiling to expose the original vault, and restore the built-in storage cubbies. The guest bath gets a Victorian remodel as they uncover the original claw foot tub that's been hidden under a laminate surround for decades. They also turn one of the bedrooms into a kid-themed room complete with a hidden door leading to a secret playroom.

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2:30
AM
Episode 504

Candis and Andy finish the work on their 1890 house by adding a family room on the second floor, restoring the turret, adding a guest room and library, and restoring the vestibule and original front door. The family room includes built-in day beds and in the attached turret, they expose the original vaulted ceiling. The guest room and connected library become a Victorian-inspired retreat, and the amazing front door gets restored with a custom-made stained glass window. The hope is to finish all the work before Candis gives birth to their first baby girl, due in just a couple weeks!

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3:00
AM
Episode 103F

Jen and Brandon tackle the upstairs attic, converting a small room and unused storage space into three unique bedrooms for their middle kids Ben, Caleb, and Sydney. They also add a shared family rec room and reading nook adorned in reclaimed wood salvaged from the lower level demo. In the process, they discover they have a rat infestation and must overcome this, and several other obstacles, to get the space in working shape.

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3:30
AM
Episode 104F

The Hatmakers are fed up with their makeshift outdoor kitchen and are ready to build a new one from the ground up, inside the house! To match the open flow of the lower level, they're building this kitchen to open onto the rest of the house, while embracing funky product combinations like raw steel countertops, weathered cabinets, and a copper backsplash accent wall. The mix of products, as well as their love for vibrant color, will give this kitchen the industrial farmhouse feel they love.

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4:30
AM
Episode 402

After years of living in small apartments Mike and Theresa desperately wanted some space. Their new home definitely has it – just not in the kitchen (which can also be described as a hallway behind the living room.) This is not a kitchen that works, especially for Theresa, a former nutrition major and avid cook. But, when licensed contractor James Young and the I Hate My Kitchen crew are done, this room will boast sustainable products, serious cook-power and best of all: space! All on a budget of $30,000.

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