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Monday, Feb 15

7:00
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Episode 208

Homeowners Kim and Scott have big expectations, but a sizable brick wall is standing in the way of their open-concept dream. The couple, however, are in for a rude awakening as its' removal lands this project over budget. To add to the pressure, Danielle must also deal with a bottle-necked kitchen, and an awkward powder room. Stuck between a brick and a hard place, she must compromise Kim's dream to make this renovation a reality.

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7:30
AM
Episode 208

In this episode Bronson continues to realize the whimsical concept for his Elf House. With the outside of the house complete Bronson turns his attention to building and decorating the inside. And the when decorating the inside of an Elf House it's essential to hold nothing back. Light, color and texture are the key ingredients in this renovation. The end result of this renovation will be nothing short of eye popping.

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8:00
AM
Episode 802

Alison heads to Florida with the 2014 Blog Cabin kitchen in her sights. This beautiful 1920's home has a blank slate for a kitchen and is in desperate need of a design. Alison and host Chris Grundy start by building cabinets, a giant center island, and custom pantry. As the days roll on the empty room becomes a showplace complete with concrete counter tops, custom wood and metal chandelier, welded pot rack, huge copper topped work space, built in banquet, herb garden and all new gorgeous appliances. In the end this blank slate becomes an amazing and enormous space combining rustic and modern touches that anyone would be thrilled to call home.

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8:30
AM
Episode 902

Alison and her crew are in Idaho to crash the Blog Cabin kitchen. With the walls already up and drywalled, Alison and Grundy can concentrate on building some big DIYs. Up first, a giant table made of black walnut with custom light-up lettering for the formal dining area. For the kitchen, they build stools out of fresh timber, channeling out sections and adding a resin and copper mix that will sparkle underneath the breakfast bar. Finishes include dual colored cabinetry with under cabinet lighting, dual colored quartz backsplash and countertops, stainless steel appliances and a custom-built chef's pantry.

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9:00
AM
Episode 1002

Matt Yunker and his girlfriend, Anna Wakulchik, love the old charm of their 1897 home, but hate the dysfunctional kitchen. The cabinetry is limited and there are very few functioning drawers. They want to be able to entertain in this space, but must make some drastic changes before they can invite anyone over. Matt has attempted DIY projects in the past, but he knows to expect the unexpected when it comes to this historic house. With a new puppy at home, they face even more setbacks that they did not plan for. Will the issues of an old home and a needy puppy distract them...or will they be able to change this prehistoric kitchen from old and outdated to modern and new?

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9:30
AM
Episode 1004

Jordan Schiding and his fiancé Stephanie just bought their first home together. It's a fixer upper so they've been working on renovating it before their wedding. And the next big project on their list is the nasty, outdated basement - it's the last step to make their new house feel like a home! But renovation turns out to be a lot harder than they anticipated! Between doors that don't fit, a tricky fireplace and communication problems, Jordan and Stephanie start to wonder if it will take more than just love to finish this renovation.

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10:00
AM
Episode 1006

Charles Ellis loves his house but hates his nasty, old kitchen. So he calls in his friend Jimmy to help him give it a face lift. They plan to demo the entire kitchen and rebuild it from the floor up. But these two novice DIYers run in to trouble from the very beginning. They quickly learn that renovation is much harder than they ever expected!

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10:30
AM
Episode 1008

Jamie and Karen Jenkins recently purchased a boathouse for their family to enjoy. The only problem is…their boathouse is old, outdated, and needs a lot of work before they can actually 'enjoy' it. So, they set out to renovate their boathouse together and even though they start off strong, Jamie & Karen quickly learn that unforeseen challenges and disgusting surprises lurk everywhere within their boathouse walls.

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11:00
AM
Episode 1010

Bryant Switzky and his wife, Karissa, want to open up their tiny, outdated kitchen, so they decide to renovate it together. Even though Karissa is pregnant, they are both determined to keep going...but soon find that there are some things they just can't overcome.

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11:30
AM
Episode 1012

Courtney and Jeremy Zelwin have a split level basement that they'd like to open up and finish out in order to give their kids more space to play. They've worked on other projects in their house together before, so they're excited to get started on this large task...but from the beginning, electrical issues and communication problems cause tensions to rise. And while they want to get this done for their kids, the couple quickly learns that children and renovations do not mix well!

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12:00
PM
Episode 1013

Dan and Amanda Meyer want to turn their outdated, cramped kitchen into an open, modern space. So, they set out to renovate their kitchen, starting with demolition. They have high hopes, but quickly run into trouble with everything from cabinet demo to plumbing, leading them to realize that renovation isn't just hard…it can be downright disgusting!

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12:30
PM
Episode 101

Carolina and her team find a small but perfect investment, a 1950's block home with an interesting masonry wall and a lot of potential. It's an eyesore now and filled with the previous owner's junk, but that won't stop Carolina. She tackles the kitchen, floors, walls, roof and windows - and more, to turn this mid-century wreck into a cozy Miami cottage. But will she turn a profit?

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1:00
PM
Episode 102

Carolina buys a new house in an online auction, sight unseen. She kicks off the renovations by breaking through brick walls to bring in the light and completely gutting out the kitchen. The renovation is moving fast until a one inch misstep throws a wrench into the works, and Carolina must hustle to stay on track.

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1:30
PM
Episode 103

Carolina turns her attention to the front of the house where she's kicking up the curb appeal. Her tight budget takes a hit when a quick roof repair becomes a larger job, and city codes require extra work for the new driveway build. Carolina pushes to keep the project moving along, despite the costly overages.

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2:00
PM
Episode 104

A determined Carolina saves money while making over three bedrooms and a master bath. She reuses materials in need of a good cleaning and refurbishes abandoned furniture to use for staging.

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2:30
PM
Episode 105

Carolina's on the last leg of this renovation and is keen to get it on the market. She transforms the overgrown backyard into its very own slice of paradise. Last up, she guts out the 70's bathroom and replaces it with all new modern, sleek finishes, just in time for the open house!

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3:00
PM
Episode 106

Carolina's new flip is on a tight schedule, so she wastes no time getting to work, gutting out bathrooms and ripping up smelly carpet. But just as quickly as work starts, everything comes to halt when an infestation of ants is uncovered.

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3:30
PM
Episode 107

Carolina's new flip is quickly turning into a money pit, and work in the kitchen proves to be no different. Carolina is devastated to learn that all the plumbing needs to be replaced.

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4:00
PM
Episode 108

Another costly fix causes Carolina to reevaluate her budget and game plan for this flip. Carolina realizes she's in much deeper than she originally planned, and decides to go all in to market her new flip as a complete remodel.

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4:30
PM
Episode 109

This little flip has presented more than its fair share of challenges! Carolina hopes that the extra work and dollars spent will pay off in the end. Last up, Carolina tackles the sunroom, where the hits keep coming. She learns that the additional room is not up to code and must be rebuilt. Carolina goes all in, and keeps her fingers crossed that the open house will bring her some good news.

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5:00
PM
Episode 110

Carolina has her hands full as she takes on the abandoned eyesore of the neighborhood. Work kicks off in the great room where Caro demolishes the dated drop ceiling and gets an unfortunate surprise! But quickly, she has an idea to make up for her loss by cashing in on an abandoned gem.

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5:30
PM
Episode 111

Honey bees have taken up space in Carolina's soffit, and they have to be relocated before renovations can begin on the exterior. As work finally gets rolling, it turns out that the bees are the least of Carolina's worries in making over her jungle of a backyard.

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6:00
PM
Episode 112

Carolina's master suite feels cramped and the bathroom lacks a proper vanity, so she gets to work reconfiguring the space. So far, she's managed to stay on budget, but a slow drain in the bathroom forces her to open up the floor.

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6:30
PM
Episode 113

Carolina has one last hurdle to leap before she can put her flip on the market. The front needs a major makeover, from top to bottom, starting with the unsightly faux brick wall. But just as Caro patches one mistake, another problem pops up. The pressure's on to finish in time!

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7:00
PM
Episode 901

Alison and her crew are in Idaho to crash the Blog Cabin kitchen. With the walls already up and drywalled, Alison and Grundy can concentrate on building some big DIYs. Up first, a giant table made of black walnut with custom light-up lettering for the formal dining area. For the kitchen, they build stools out of fresh timber, channeling out sections and adding a resin and copper mix that will sparkle underneath the breakfast bar. Finishes include dual colored cabinetry with under cabinet lighting, dual colored quartz backsplash and countertops, stainless steel appliances and a custom-built chef's pantry.

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7:30
PM
Episode 902

Space is at a premium in this city kitchen, so Alison has to get creative. She blocks off a window to make space for a refrigerator, pantry and desk area and then builds the entire design upwards using triple stacked cabinetry. Track lighting, under cabinet lighting and in-cabinet lighting help light and break up the space. Quartz countertops that look like marble and stainless steel appliances, including a hood with a double extension to the ceiling, add to the look. A chevron patterned backsplash, DIY island and personalized desk area backsplash give the space a one-of-a-kind touch.

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8:00
PM
Episode 903

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers crew tackle a dated kitchen with terrible sense of flow. This renovation starts by donating all the cabinets and demolishing two short walls to create a new sense of space. Then elements like a new center island, cabinets and countertops start flying in. Add to that custom details which Alison builds with the homeowners including a small mud cubby, doggie feeding station, and baskets made from paint sticks to store both human and dog items.

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8:30
PM
Episode 904

Tara and Joe love to brunch, and they love the look of kitchens they see in catalogs, so Alison Victoria has her work cut out of her to give them a personalized space with a catalog look. She starts by eliminating the old peninsula and replacing it with a DIY island perfect for laying out a brunch spread. For the seating area, Alison adds a built-in banquette, wood paneled wall and "green" light fixture. The soffits are gone and replaced with floor to ceiling dark wood cabinetry, the tiny "chicken nugget" oven gets an upgrade to a full-size double oven and ugly tile flooring is replaced with wood.

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9:00
PM
Episode 907

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers crew find a crazy couple and literally change every inch of their Chicago Kitchen. While the wild antics, including karate moves ensue, the renovation starts. After a complete demo including the outside windows, the new stuff starts flying in, including a picture window, new floors, cabinets, countertops, colorful orange island and lighting. Alison and the homeowners set their sights on the custom touches like barstools, dimensional shelves and a map wall treatment. The homeowners are overwhelmed at the transformation.

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9:30
PM
Episode 906

Alison takes on this choppy and dated kitchen with a brand new layout. By removing a window and making a second window shorter, she's able to move the sink, flip the fridge location and create a focal wall with a range and hood that makes all the difference. Once the layout is locked down, navy and white cabinetry give the space a new shape and a butcher block island top, muted metallic backsplash and stainless steel appliances give it style.

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10:00
PM
Episode 1107

Justin Rutledge, an award-winning musician, sold his city home to move to the country for some inspiration. He now needs to renovate and rent out his waterfront cabin to help supplement his irregular income. Scott gives Justin two options: an interior remodel to cover the basics or an interior model with an exterior upgrade to maximize curb appeal.

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10:30
PM
Episode 1104

Astrid and Sheldon decided to buy a vacation property after a tough year made them realize life is too short. The only way to keep their lake house dreams a reality is to renovate and rent out the space to offset the carrying costs. Scott gives them two options: an interior facelift or an interior facelift with a massive Boathouse deck to get top dollar.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1106

Caitlyn, a hard working young woman, needs to figure out the best way to cover the costs of her new lake house while also building her financial future. With her Dad Ron by her side, she is now ready to turn her dated property into a modern vacation rental. Scott gives Caitlyn two options: a mini facelift to cover the essentials or an interior remodel with some high-end finishes.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1105

Nuala and Dave are a busy couple with three small kids and another one on the way. They love spending time at their lake house but with their family expanding so are their costs of living and now renting the lake house is their only way to keep it. Scott gives them two options: an interior makeover or an all seasons reno to maximize their income.

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12:00
AM
Episode 907

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers crew find a crazy couple and literally change every inch of their Chicago Kitchen. While the wild antics, including karate moves ensue, the renovation starts. After a complete demo including the outside windows, the new stuff starts flying in, including a picture window, new floors, cabinets, countertops, colorful orange island and lighting. Alison and the homeowners set their sights on the custom touches like barstools, dimensional shelves and a map wall treatment. The homeowners are overwhelmed at the transformation.

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12:30
AM
Episode 906

Alison takes on this choppy and dated kitchen with a brand new layout. By removing a window and making a second window shorter, she's able to move the sink, flip the fridge location and create a focal wall with a range and hood that makes all the difference. Once the layout is locked down, navy and white cabinetry give the space a new shape and a butcher block island top, muted metallic backsplash and stainless steel appliances give it style.

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1:00
AM
Episode 1107

Justin Rutledge, an award-winning musician, sold his city home to move to the country for some inspiration. He now needs to renovate and rent out his waterfront cabin to help supplement his irregular income. Scott gives Justin two options: an interior remodel to cover the basics or an interior model with an exterior upgrade to maximize curb appeal.

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1:30
AM
Episode 1104

Astrid and Sheldon decided to buy a vacation property after a tough year made them realize life is too short. The only way to keep their lake house dreams a reality is to renovate and rent out the space to offset the carrying costs. Scott gives them two options: an interior facelift or an interior facelift with a massive Boathouse deck to get top dollar.

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2:00
AM
Episode 1106

Caitlyn, a hard working young woman, needs to figure out the best way to cover the costs of her new lake house while also building her financial future. With her Dad Ron by her side, she is now ready to turn her dated property into a modern vacation rental. Scott gives Caitlyn two options: a mini facelift to cover the essentials or an interior remodel with some high-end finishes.

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2:30
AM
Episode 1105

Nuala and Dave are a busy couple with three small kids and another one on the way. They love spending time at their lake house but with their family expanding so are their costs of living and now renting the lake house is their only way to keep it. Scott gives them two options: an interior makeover or an all seasons reno to maximize their income.

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3:00
AM
Episode 903

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers crew tackle a dated kitchen with terrible sense of flow. This renovation starts by donating all the cabinets and demolishing two short walls to create a new sense of space. Then elements like a new center island, cabinets and countertops start flying in. Add to that custom details which Alison builds with the homeowners including a small mud cubby, doggie feeding station, and baskets made from paint sticks to store both human and dog items.

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3:30
AM
Episode 904

Tara and Joe love to brunch, and they love the look of kitchens they see in catalogs, so Alison Victoria has her work cut out of her to give them a personalized space with a catalog look. She starts by eliminating the old peninsula and replacing it with a DIY island perfect for laying out a brunch spread. For the seating area, Alison adds a built-in banquette, wood paneled wall and "green" light fixture. The soffits are gone and replaced with floor to ceiling dark wood cabinetry, the tiny "chicken nugget" oven gets an upgrade to a full-size double oven and ugly tile flooring is replaced with wood.

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4:30
AM
Episode 506

Jeff and Amanda have a closed off kitchen that doesn't flow with the rest of their 1920's home. They lack DIY skills, so James Young comes in to show them how they can make the most of their $25,000 budget and teach them some skills along the way. The existing cabinets are repurposed and topped with soapstone countertops, opening up a wall allows for changes in the layout, and a peninsula addition gives them lots more storage and surface space.

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