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Monday, Oct 17

7:00
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Episode 604

Reuben and Camille bought their condo for it's convenient, urban location, but the drab kitchen is a serious sore spot. It's completely drab and filled with builder-grade materials from top to bottom. With a budget of just $20,000 James Young helps them spice things up without breaking the bank. On tap are new cabinet doors, a 3-D stainless steel backsplash, and concrete countertops with embedded fiber optic lighting.

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7:30
AM
Episode 204

When clients come to the shop with a vintage trunk, Don suggests turning the family heirloom into a six-foot high shelving unit. Although they are hesitant at first, the owners agree and the guys get busy slicing the unit into four pieces while preserving as much history as possible. Meanwhile, a picker brings by three old, oversized carts that were once used by The Des Moines Register to move piles of papers around their facilities. Don re-imagines the carts as dumbbell storage for a local gym and adds lightning rods and punched metal as decorative pieces. At the same time, the guys take an early 1900's icebox and convert it into album storage for the hipster set that may or may not live in Des Moines.

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8:00
AM
Episode 204

Danielle's next job has her tackling a home with some questionable design decisions. It has a master bedroom that is furnished with oversize bedroom pieces, a walk in closet that is busting at the seams and a master bath that is both cluttered and grimy. But grime and a monster bed is only half the battle! Steve the homeowner, is part of the problem. He loves his monster bed and he's insisting that it has to stay. On top of that, Danielle also has to deal with a mould issue that shuts down the renovation.

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8:30
AM
Episode 214

Danielle must renovate for her toughest client to date... her husband Greg. But first, she'll have to open his mind to her open concept floor plan. After years of renovating for others, Danielle tackles her main floor, but water damage and structural issues take this modest reno to the next level. That's right, the second floor! Will the husband who hates change be able to recognize the home he left behind?

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9:00
AM
Episode 307

Lee's crew scrambles to correct a mistake after a mighty framing miscalculation at Bulchitna Lake. Tony makes a dangerous call to fix a problem that could destroy his own log cabin and potentially injure his team, and excitement builds for Derek's crew as transport of the ski hut begins, until the helicopter goes missing and sends the crew into an outright panic while they wait for answers.

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10:00
AM
Episode 308

Lee's crew must push through waves of mosquitoes and fatigue to finish the deck of their Bulchitna Lake build before the floatplane arrives to take them home for a day of rest. In Haines, Tony and his crew wrestle the largest and heaviest pieces of the build into place without any kind of machinery, and Derek pushes the panic button after more bad weather and mechanical problems delay his build once again.

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11:00
AM
Episode 309

Just as Derek and his band of buddies are about to give up on their dream of a cliffside ski hut, Alaska hands them a miracle that turns a down day into game day. Lee loses one of his hardest working crew members out at Bulchitna Lake just as they have to lift an 800 pound truss into place, and Tony's hideaway cabin is in good enough shape to take a break and fish for halibut on the Lynn Canal.

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12:00
PM
Episode 310

The drama at Derek's cliffside build near Valdez escalates after rain saturates the region and an accident on the roof almost takes out a crew member. Tony leaves his build in Bobby's hands to tend to another job and returns to find an injury has occurred. Lee discovers the culprit behind a messy footprint while the crew faces sketchy conditions to install the custom windows on their 2500 square foot Bulchitna Lake build.

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1:00
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Episode 311

Lee and his crew install a new woodstove to dry out the drywall mud and tape, and while he's waiting, Lee takes time to enjoy everything Alaska has to offer. Derek and his band of ski buddies race to protect the cabin from bears and construct homegrown countertops from materials on the site. And Tony finally makes it to the roofing stage of his Porcupine Creek build while his build partner Bob takes a new gig felling trees for a local homeowner.

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2:00
PM
Episode 312

Lee is down to just a crew of three as he races to finish the interior of the cabin before the lake freezes over and prevents their floatplane from landing. Tony's crew discovers a serious miscalculation that will force them to miss their deadline unless a miracle occurs, and Derek and his crew push through the endless rainfall, dangerous conditions and dwindling materials to complete the project.

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3:00
PM
Episode 102F

Nashville house flipper, Troy Shafer, renovates homes in historic communities throughout Nashville, Tennessee. Most of these old homes have unforeseen challenges, because he never really knows what he has until he begins pulling back the years of neglect. This L-shaped house features a practical layout typical of the early 20th century, but doesn't really lend itself to today's buyer.

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3:30
PM
Episode 104F

Nashville house flipper, Troy Shafer, renovates homes in historic communities throughout Nashville, Tennessee. Reviving historic homes is as important to Troy as is accomplishing a financially sound flip. As with many of the old homes he acquires there are always unforeseen challenges, because one never really knows what one has until they begin pulling back the years of neglect. Facing all those challenges and more, Troy calls upon designer friend, Julie Couch, to help rebuild the once grand 1939 minimal traditional home. The two story three bedroom, two bath home will be transformed into a three bedroom three bath dream cottage making this home a showpiece for both Troy and Juli.

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4:00
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Episode 106F

Nashville house flipper, Troy Shafer, renovates homes in historic communities throughout Nashville, Tennessee. Reviving historic homes is as important to Troy as is accomplishing a financially sound flip. Most of the old homes he acquires have unforeseen challenges -- because he never really knows what he has until he begins pulling back the years of neglect. Facing all those challenges and more, Troy calls upon designer friend, Julie Couch, to maximize every inch of space in this modest home. The master suite undergoes a complete transformation and the massive back yard is transformed to include an impressive outdoor living space. The restored outdoor decorative barn, and the new fire pit and farm table is sure to appeal to any future homeowner

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4:30
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Episode 108F

Troy transforms the once impressive Queen Anne style living and dining rooms to their former glory, while the remaining layout of the house will be transformed into a master suite. With a newly exposed front porch and traditional details preserved throughout, this Queen Anne style home is sure catch the eye of the perfect buyer.

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5:00
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Episode 103F

Located in an area developed around the local railroad yard, this property was home to a family with generations who worked at those yards. Troy and Julie work together to create a historically accurate house, but also with all the amenities a modern family desires.

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5:30
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Episode 105F

Nashville house flipper, Troy Shafer, renovates homes in historic communities throughout Nashville, Tennessee. Reviving historic homes is as important to Troy as accomplishing a financially sound flip. Most of the old homes he acquires have unforeseen challenges -- because he never really knows what he has until he begins pulling back the years of neglect. Facing all those challenges and more, Troy calls upon designer friend Julie Couch to help revive this Craftsman style bungalow. Located in a thriving part of town known as East Nashville, this property was originally built in 1923, and has undergone layers renovations with budget materials that stripped this house of its authentic charm and character. Troy and Julie work together to take out the new, restore the old, and replenish some of the history and dignity a true craftsman home of this age deserves. They do their best to return this home back to it's original beauty, creating a historically accurate house that will also appeal to today's buyers.

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6:00
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Episode 107F

Troy calls upon designer friend, Julie Couch, for some much needed help in reviving this property originally built in 1910. Their goal is to transform it from an eyesore into a fabulous Folk Victorian home that will attract a host of prospective buyers to this emerging part of Nashville known as Buena Vista.

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6:30
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Episode 109F

Troy and Julie Couch transform this derelict farmhouse into a charming home just outside of Nashville. Together, they face the unforeseen challenges that come out of the woodwork, literally, when flipping a property originally built in 1875. Their talents - and patience - are put to the test as they attempt to erase 140 years of aging and create a charming property that still retains it's heritage.

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7:00
PM
Episode 1612

Mary Grace Kennedy just bought her first house in her hometown. She wants to revamp her out of date kitchen. With her dad by her side, she is certain they can tackle the daunting task of renovating this outdated house. Mary Grace struggles with various tasks of the renovation and finds out that sometimes daddy still knows best.

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7:30
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Episode 1610

Mary and Greg Goodman just bought their California dream home, but they have run into problems along the way. They have been renovating the entire house and now are ready to tackle the outdated kitchen. With Mary's pipe cutting skills and Greg's math skills, this episode proves to be entertaining and educational.

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8:00
PM
Episode 1704

Kayli Hillebrand hates her old kitchen. She enlists the help of her best friend, Megan Langford, to tear it apart and start new. Although these two work well together, they never imagined what sort of problems they would encounter. After a run-in with rats inside the walls, this is a renovation neither girl will soon forget.

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8:30
PM
Episode 1706

Husband and wife Bryan and April Aranda don't feel settled in their newly purchased home. They decide to renovate their living room and kitchen to fit their needs as a family of five. However, things don't go as well as they initially thought as they tackle their major home renovation.

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9:00
PM
Episode 1708

Daniel Poole and his wife Kari feel that their master bedroom, which use to belong to Daniel's parents, could use some changes to make it fit their style. With floorboards that put up a fight and a discussion on how much closet space Kari should get, they realize how much they signed up for with this renovation.

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9:30
PM
Episode 1710

Randi and George Harvey love most of their home except for their master bathroom. They believe a renovation is definitely in order, but with 30-year-old "hair babies" and falling mirrors, this project proves it's easier said than done.

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10:00
PM
Episode 1712

Jill and John Padula don't feel at home in their master bathroom. In an effort to update it to fit their rustic country taste, they realize just how much patience they will need for this project. A few falls off the ladder, bloody hands and plumbing issues prove this is easier said than done.

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10:30
PM
Episode 1601

Chris and Allie Bartelski are going crazy sharing a bathroom with their 5 year old, and 2 year old. They are ready for some privacy so they plan to create a master suite out of their bedroom by knocking out the closet and turning it into a bathroom, and tearing down the ceiling to expose the dormers. With a lot of laughs, a lot of power tools, and a dash of math skills, these homeowners are ready for the challenge.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1603

Caleb and Molly Shimmel want an open concept living space. They've done some minor renovations on the house, but their next big project is the living room. They plan to take down part of a wall to open up the space, and get rid of the old walls to add new drywall.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1605

Chelsea and her fiance Chris are renovating their whole house in southern California. They plan to have their wedding on the estate, so when they say they want everything perfect, they mean it. Their next project is knocking down a bathroom and the laundry room to create a master bathroom. Chris' knowledge leads the team, and Chelsea's jokes keep it fun in this down and dirty renovation.

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12:00
AM
Episode 1708

Daniel Poole and his wife Kari feel that their master bedroom, which use to belong to Daniel's parents, could use some changes to make it fit their style. With floorboards that put up a fight and a discussion on how much closet space Kari should get, they realize how much they signed up for with this renovation.

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12:30
AM
Episode 1710

Randi and George Harvey love most of their home except for their master bathroom. They believe a renovation is definitely in order, but with 30-year-old "hair babies" and falling mirrors, this project proves it's easier said than done.

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1:00
AM
Episode 1712

Jill and John Padula don't feel at home in their master bathroom. In an effort to update it to fit their rustic country taste, they realize just how much patience they will need for this project. A few falls off the ladder, bloody hands and plumbing issues prove this is easier said than done.

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1:30
AM
Episode 1601

Chris and Allie Bartelski are going crazy sharing a bathroom with their 5 year old, and 2 year old. They are ready for some privacy so they plan to create a master suite out of their bedroom by knocking out the closet and turning it into a bathroom, and tearing down the ceiling to expose the dormers. With a lot of laughs, a lot of power tools, and a dash of math skills, these homeowners are ready for the challenge.

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2:00
AM
Episode 1603

Caleb and Molly Shimmel want an open concept living space. They've done some minor renovations on the house, but their next big project is the living room. They plan to take down part of a wall to open up the space, and get rid of the old walls to add new drywall.

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2:30
AM
Episode 1605

Chelsea and her fiance Chris are renovating their whole house in southern California. They plan to have their wedding on the estate, so when they say they want everything perfect, they mean it. Their next project is knocking down a bathroom and the laundry room to create a master bathroom. Chris' knowledge leads the team, and Chelsea's jokes keep it fun in this down and dirty renovation.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1704

Kayli Hillebrand hates her old kitchen. She enlists the help of her best friend, Megan Langford, to tear it apart and start new. Although these two work well together, they never imagined what sort of problems they would encounter. After a run-in with rats inside the walls, this is a renovation neither girl will soon forget.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1706

Husband and wife Bryan and April Aranda don't feel settled in their newly purchased home. They decide to renovate their living room and kitchen to fit their needs as a family of five. However, things don't go as well as they initially thought as they tackle their major home renovation.

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4:30
AM
Episode 408

Holly and Bryan Girten fell in love with their house because of the huge basement. But, after a flood caused by bad landscaping and old windows, they thought their basement was beyond repair. They fixed the landscaping and windows and are ready for their basement to be usable, but don't know how to continue. So they called in Kayleen McCabe to create a space that is perfect for parties and relaxing.

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