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Monday, Mar 21

7:00
AM
Episode 213

To surprise his wife, new homeowner Azam is renovating their master bedroom and ensuite bathroom. For Danielle, these sparsely furnished rooms are a blank canvas, but artistic achievement doesn't come without a struggle. The space needs more than just cosmetic updates, and there is a lot of ground to cover. These rooms are massive! Can Danielle turn these awkward outdated rooms into a contemporary masterpiece?

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7:30
AM
Episode 213

In this episode Bronson has his eye set on a very special piece of salvage, an 19th century Cupola that is at a friends antique shop in Portland, Maine. For years Bronson has wanted to restore the cupola and give it a place of honor at the top of his Decker Court house. Bronson and Mikey take a very special road trip to get the cupola and then the race is on to get the cuopla restored and placed on the house. It's one of Bronson's most ambitious projects yet and if he can get it right it just might be the best thing he's ever done.

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8:00
AM
Episode S15

One lucky viewer is about to get the chance to win the biggest blog cabin yet! Chris Grundy and your favorite hosts from the DIY network take a neglected ranch house and transform it into a sleek, contemporary retreat with killer views. Set high atop of hill overlooking Lake Coeur d'Alene, this year's Blog Cabin is all about enjoying the setting. Walls of windows frame the gorgeous view, the open floor plan is perfect for bringing friends and family together and the thoughtful design has something for everyone.

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9:00
AM
Episode 401

Host John DeSilvia takes on a brand new house that already has severe water damage, which, among other things, is causing its brick veneer to separate from the face of the house. John has a big project ahead of him, as he will have to remove the entire front and rear façade of the house to see this through.

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9:30
AM
Episode 402

Host John DeSilvia has to work quickly to secure an extension pulling away from the original structure. It's ready to come down, and the safety of the family is in John's hands.

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10:00
AM
Episode 403

Host John DeSilvia meets a mother whose life savings was taken by a contractor who failed to deliver. What starts as a kitchen renovation turns to a tear down as he realizes just how bad the last contractor's work was. It's up to him and his team to give this woman the kitchen of her dreams.

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10:30
AM
Episode 404

John DeSilvia takes on the monumental task of rescuing three decks, each one more dangerous than the last. At any moment, one of these decks could come crashing down, and the last contractor never gave a second thought to any of the three families that would be standing on them. It is up to John and his crew to make sure these three separate families and their homes are no longer plagued by the contractor they hired together.

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11:00
AM
Episode 405

John DeSilvia must fix two bathrooms for an elderly woman who was cheated by a shady contractor. Thankfully, she threw the last contractor off the job before it could get any worse and he could take any more of her money. With the help of his plumber, John soon finds that the plumbing throughout the entire renovation was improperly routed. It's going to take some serious work to give this grandmother the update to the home her husband built thirty years ago.

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11:30
AM
Episode 406

John DeSilvia finds that a family's home has been plagued by water damage and leaks because of not one, but two incompetent contractors. Each was more intent on blaming the other than fixing the issue. John will have to tear down the entire chimney and start from the bottom to fix something that never should have gotten this bad.

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12:00
PM
Episode 407

Host John DeSilvia discovers that a sinking kitchen floor might have serious structural issues behind it. With a young family's safety at stake, John must work quickly to keep their first floor from falling through to their basement.

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12:30
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Episode 408

A young couple is out of their bedroom because of water damage, leaks, and mold. Their last contractor charged them an amount of money that should have bought an entirely new roof, but instead left them with unsightly patchwork and even more water. John DeSilvia must fix the roof and give this couple an extra something to make up for the first year in their new home.

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1:00
PM
Episode 1009

Josh Temple opts for a bit of irony in this home by building several exits into a great room that this family will never want to leave. The fun begins with a secret door that is a bookcase by day and an adults-only bar by night. The crew also builds three new French door exits, a super-sized shelving wall that houses a ginormous TV, a shadowbox coffee table on casters, an artfully etched sofa console table, exposed beam ceiling, and a new partition wall that separates the kitchen from the new dining space.

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1:30
PM
Episode 1010

Josh Temple tackles his most challenging renovation to date to turn a cold, mishmash space into 2 distinct but welcoming gathering spots. The top level features a quiet reading library complete with a sleek partition, cushioned storage bench, and a picture frame panel that doubles as a railing. Below, all new dual pane windows and a slider will add light while a brand new firebox lined with floor to ceiling porcelain tile brings in much needed warmth. The room is rounded out with all new furnishings, plenty of bookshelves, a Z-shaped glass top coffee table, a side table with a built in lamp, and rich birch hardwood throughout.

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2:00
PM
Episode 1011

A bland office with a brick fireplace, dark walls and an outdated over sized desk is transformed into a cozy beach retreat. All new cork floors, a reclaimed wood fireplace and custom desk create a bright feel. The dark walls are replaced with light walls with a unique map treatment. Plus, this area is extended to the outside with new sliding doors, custom seating, exotic deck tiles topped off by a concrete fire feature.

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2:30
PM
Episode 1005

A cold and dark basement with too many doors, an unused fireplace, concrete floors and no natural light is transformed into the ultimate wine bar. This room gets outfitted with a floor to ceiling wall treatment covering a slick wine bar, a custom coffee table on wheels, bright new sliding doors and a one of a kind wine cabinet to top off the wine room! Plus, this wine bar has countertops that glow and become the main event in the space!

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3:00
PM
Episode 1006

Josh and the House Crashers gang find an Atlanta couple who need a place for the band to practice. One problem is the band is huge and another is right now there is only a two car garage for practice. This renovation begins with a complete demo of the lower floor of the home. After framing in a few new walls the space gets completely re-imagined to be a practice stage as well as a nightclub to hang out in and enjoy the music. The one of a kind custom touches include a bar and storage cabinets, album shelving, a dropped ceiling with light show built in, and huge decorative wall panels. There's also cork flooring, a gray and orange paint palette, an overhead projector with surround sound, all new lighting and furniture. The homeowners are left speechless and the band gets together to celebrate this gigantic, hip new night spot on the Atlanta scene.

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3:30
PM
Episode 1007

A tiny bland kitchen with broken countertops and outdated cabinets is transformed into a sleek French country kitchen. The kitchen is opened up with a custom reclaimed wood island that houses a brand-new wine fridge and microwave door. Old outdated tile floors are replaced by a warm travertine stone. All new cabinets, appliances, countertops that look like leather and subway tile backsplash make this kitchen pop! Plus a custom hood and unique stools make this a one of a kind kitchen.

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4:00
PM
Episode 1001

A hideous living room with stained carpet, lava rock fireplace, broken sliders to a hot closed in patio is completely transformed into a sleek industrial rustic living room. In three days, the 1970s fireplace is torn out and replaced by a concrete fireplace with a live edge mantle, a metal media wall with pallet media center are showcased with a 60 inch TV, plus the room is opened into a new open patio divided by 18 foot sliding glass doors.

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4:30
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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5:00
PM
Episode 1003

A tiny outdated kitchen gets completely blown out and rebuilt into a vintage glamorous kitchen. What was a cramped kitchen, with tile countertops and old appliances is transformed into a long spacious kitchen with a vintage locker island, a walnut industrial dining table, blue vinyl floors, and custom banquette. Plus, all new appliances, new cabinets and gold finishing touches make this one chic kitchen.

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5:30
PM
Episode 1004

With baked goods on the line, Josh Temple goes to work to bring a young couple the perfect dream space to whip up a lovely crostada. He'll turn their stark, dated, blah galley kitchen into a mind-blowing culinary paradise. The team will convert the laundry room into a spacious pantry with floor-to-ceiling cabinets with a rolling butcher block island and an oversized lightbox note pad. In the kitchen, all new appliances compliment the marble countertops and waterfall edge bar, luxury vinyl floors, mosaic marble backsplash, subway tiled accent wall, and a wood block dining table.

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6:00
PM
Episode 1012

Perhaps the only thing better than a hilltop Los Angeles home with panoramic views of the valley is a sumptuous party room that offers up some gorgeous sightseeing of its own. Josh Temple and his team will turn a salt water aquarium into a unique wet bar backed with custom wenge shelves, build a floor to ceiling 3-D fire feature skinned in Calcutta porcelain slab, fabricate a streamlined coffee table, install rich, durable laminate floors, then glam it all up with sofas, chairs, wall unit and an oversized tri-globe chandelier studded with cut crystal dangles.

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6:30
PM
Episode 1013

An outdated and boring living room crammed with music gear and overtaken by the family dog gets a complete facelift and turned into the ultimate mid century music lounge. An old faux stone fireplace is replaced with hand made subway tile and sleek white marble hearth. Worn carpet is replaced with dark hardwood floors. A custom bar with staggered shelving and hidden bar storage become the focus of the room. A new media center flanks the wall for a brand new TV. Plus, a one of a kind walnut and glass coffee table and dimensional wall panels create one hip living room.

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7:00
PM
Episode 1008

Josh Temple knows it'll take a whole lot more than a dab of concealer to renovate this makeup artist's bedroom. He'll rip through astroturf carpet remnants and a multitude of cobwebs to transform a chaotic bedroom into a Balinese retreat. In three days, the crew will craft a luxurious raised bed platform with bedside tables, new windows and a panel door all atop a renewable bamboo floor. Then they'll bring the outdoors in with a spacious deck-turned chill zone featuring a water fountain trickling down a pebbled wall, a slate skinned firebox, a copper and wood shelving unit, and a tropical reed-like table.

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7:30
PM
Episode 1113

A 20-something couple asks Josh to create an elegant, user-friendly kitchen and entertaining area for their party centric lifestyle. In order to maximize form, function and flow in the space, the crew supersizes the main entryway to open up the room while relocating the slider onto the adjoining wall. The magic continues with all new appliances, sink, wasabi countertops, dual-material backsplash, oversized center island and two-toned cabinets throughout. The party then flows into the club lounge highlighted by a custom bar cabinet stocked with a wine fridge, beefy half lap box shelves, blingy gold brick backsplash, a cocktail table inspired by champagne bubbles, a diamonds-in-the-sky ceiling light box and marbled bamboo floors throughout.

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8:00
PM
Episode 708

While they're very happy with their indoor kitchen, Casey and McKenzie's urban backyard has a lot to be desired, until Alison and her crew step in for a complete overhaul. They start by turning the stairs on the existing decking to create the feeling of a room below, the perfect spot for an outdoor kitchen. Alison brings in composite gray decking and has it cut and mounted into squares to create a unique pattern. Next, a pergola, built-in bench with planters and stone bases come together to make up the footprint for the space. Garapa wood is mounted horizontally to a wall to enclose the space and two grills are installed to give the homeowners options when they cook. To round out the design, Alison and the homeowners make a DIY porch swing and chic herb garden that is both functional and fabulous to look at.

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8:30
PM
Episode 709

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers Crew find a couple of homeowners with a huge space and a small kitchen. Add to that a fireplace that is never used and this renovation begins by having a custom pizza oven built into the fireplace and knocking down a wall or two to open up the space. Then the transformation continues with new floors, cabinets, countertops, paint and lighting. While that is going on Alison helps the homeowners create a custom welded bar table, dining table and stained wood bar wall treatment. The result is a huge new space with a huge bar, pizza parlor and stunning new kitchen.

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9:00
PM
Episode 911

Alex and Joe have a giant deck on the roof of their garage, but they've let it sit for nearly eight years because they've been too overwhelmed by the lack of privacy to build it up. Luckily, Alison has ideas and starts her design by enclosing the space with slatted pine privacy walls. To add function, she designs three separate spaces, a kitchen, dining area and lounge. In the kitchen, Alison brings in a giant grill, beverage refrigerator, cabinets, granite countertops and a sink. Alison and Alex team up to make DIY side tables that will go in the lounge area, right by the new fire pit. In the elevated dining area, Alison has seating for 8, a turf floor and plants to give the space a cozy feel.

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9:30
PM
Episode 912

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers crew find an artistic and eclectic couple and deliver a kitchen to match. The renovation starts with a full demo of the space. Then the new stuff starts flying in like new cabinets in two finishes, white countertops, new appliances, lighting and black paint. The custom elements are created including a bar cart from the original cabinets, a huge living wall, and reclaimed wall treatment. The homeowners are thrilled beyond their expectations at the final result.

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10:00
PM
Episode 909

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers gang remove some walls and build others to form a gigantic kitchen space. After demo, what was once the most hated room in the house doubles in size to become one of the largest kitchens of the show. The transformation begins with new floors, cabinets, and countertops. Then custom items are built like a rolling bar cart, note panels in the cabinet doors, and a light fixture that gets a facelift with a "crate shade." There are both tears of joy and laughter when these homeowners finally get to see this enormous space.

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10:30
PM
Episode 910

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers gang attack a kitchen from the 50's that is literally covered floor to ceiling in some form of plastic. After the difficult demo, this completely gutted space starts to fill up with details like new walls, window and flooring. Next, mid century style is added with cabinets, countertops and stunning appliances. There is also custom floating shelves and a wine rack made from pvc pipe. The final reveal leaves the homeowners feeling like they've just walked into someone else's house.

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11:00
PM
Episode 710

A grimy outdated kitchen with pink tile, tired cabinets and worn appliances is blown up into an elegant farmhouse kitchen. In a short three days this outdated kitchen is completely transformed with all new cabinets and countertops and a custom reclaimed table that tucks into a brand new kitchen island. A reclaimed wood baker's rack provides tons of storage and a low ceiling is vaulted to create an open and bright new space. Plus, Alison takes this kitchen above and beyond with a unique reclaimed storage wall and a custom pendant made from chicken wire.

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11:30
PM
Episode 711

Alison has a big project on her hands as she flips an ancient kitchen into a modern masterpiece. To start, she re-vamps the floor plan, eliminating a window, opening up the doorway to a small nook and doubling the size of the main entrance to include a sliding glass door. Once the layout is in place, Alison brings in all things modern to give the space a clean, linear look. High gloss neon green cabinetry add pop to the room while wavy ceramic backsplash tiles and white quartz countertops give the room a neutral and stylish feel. For DIY projects, Alison and Trey work on a pull-out pantry that fits right into an old closet space and Alison and Maria tackle a tree-themed bar area and custom wood wall.

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12:00
AM
Episode 911

Alex and Joe have a giant deck on the roof of their garage, but they've let it sit for nearly eight years because they've been too overwhelmed by the lack of privacy to build it up. Luckily, Alison has ideas and starts her design by enclosing the space with slatted pine privacy walls. To add function, she designs three separate spaces, a kitchen, dining area and lounge. In the kitchen, Alison brings in a giant grill, beverage refrigerator, cabinets, granite countertops and a sink. Alison and Alex team up to make DIY side tables that will go in the lounge area, right by the new fire pit. In the elevated dining area, Alison has seating for 8, a turf floor and plants to give the space a cozy feel.

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12:30
AM
Episode 912

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers crew find an artistic and eclectic couple and deliver a kitchen to match. The renovation starts with a full demo of the space. Then the new stuff starts flying in like new cabinets in two finishes, white countertops, new appliances, lighting and black paint. The custom elements are created including a bar cart from the original cabinets, a huge living wall, and reclaimed wall treatment. The homeowners are thrilled beyond their expectations at the final result.

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1:00
AM
Episode 909

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers gang remove some walls and build others to form a gigantic kitchen space. After demo, what was once the most hated room in the house doubles in size to become one of the largest kitchens of the show. The transformation begins with new floors, cabinets, and countertops. Then custom items are built like a rolling bar cart, note panels in the cabinet doors, and a light fixture that gets a facelift with a "crate shade." There are both tears of joy and laughter when these homeowners finally get to see this enormous space.

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1:30
AM
Episode 910

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers gang attack a kitchen from the 50's that is literally covered floor to ceiling in some form of plastic. After the difficult demo, this completely gutted space starts to fill up with details like new walls, window and flooring. Next, mid century style is added with cabinets, countertops and stunning appliances. There is also custom floating shelves and a wine rack made from pvc pipe. The final reveal leaves the homeowners feeling like they've just walked into someone else's house.

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2:00
AM
Episode 710

A grimy outdated kitchen with pink tile, tired cabinets and worn appliances is blown up into an elegant farmhouse kitchen. In a short three days this outdated kitchen is completely transformed with all new cabinets and countertops and a custom reclaimed table that tucks into a brand new kitchen island. A reclaimed wood baker's rack provides tons of storage and a low ceiling is vaulted to create an open and bright new space. Plus, Alison takes this kitchen above and beyond with a unique reclaimed storage wall and a custom pendant made from chicken wire.

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2:30
AM
Episode 711

Alison has a big project on her hands as she flips an ancient kitchen into a modern masterpiece. To start, she re-vamps the floor plan, eliminating a window, opening up the doorway to a small nook and doubling the size of the main entrance to include a sliding glass door. Once the layout is in place, Alison brings in all things modern to give the space a clean, linear look. High gloss neon green cabinetry add pop to the room while wavy ceramic backsplash tiles and white quartz countertops give the room a neutral and stylish feel. For DIY projects, Alison and Trey work on a pull-out pantry that fits right into an old closet space and Alison and Maria tackle a tree-themed bar area and custom wood wall.

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3:00
AM
Episode 708

While they're very happy with their indoor kitchen, Casey and McKenzie's urban backyard has a lot to be desired, until Alison and her crew step in for a complete overhaul. They start by turning the stairs on the existing decking to create the feeling of a room below, the perfect spot for an outdoor kitchen. Alison brings in composite gray decking and has it cut and mounted into squares to create a unique pattern. Next, a pergola, built-in bench with planters and stone bases come together to make up the footprint for the space. Garapa wood is mounted horizontally to a wall to enclose the space and two grills are installed to give the homeowners options when they cook. To round out the design, Alison and the homeowners make a DIY porch swing and chic herb garden that is both functional and fabulous to look at.

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3:30
AM
Episode 709

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers Crew find a couple of homeowners with a huge space and a small kitchen. Add to that a fireplace that is never used and this renovation begins by having a custom pizza oven built into the fireplace and knocking down a wall or two to open up the space. Then the transformation continues with new floors, cabinets, countertops, paint and lighting. While that is going on Alison helps the homeowners create a custom welded bar table, dining table and stained wood bar wall treatment. The result is a huge new space with a huge bar, pizza parlor and stunning new kitchen.

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4:30
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Episode 206F

Sometimes it's what's behind the walls that makes all the difference. When John and Anthony take a look at Joel and Maria's kitchen, the first thing that stands out is an unusually thick wall. After a little exploratory demolition they discover an incredible hidden fireplace which completely changes their original design. But as construction progresses, the fireplace they fell in love with becomes their biggest nightmare. Will this hearth be the centerpiece of the home, or will the whole job go down in flames?

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