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Tuesday, Dec 20

7:00
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Episode 104

Albert and Leon arrive in Boston Massachusetts to transform a dated 70s basement into a modern tween hang out. The guys create a vintage inspired snack bar and family room to finally give the kids a space to call their own. They learn what it means to be a true Bostonian and trade in their Pennsylvania Dutch for some more local flavors.

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7:30
AM
Episode 113

Tommy and Gwen are celebrating twenty-five married years together. Gwen thinks that Tommy is just giving her a new outdoor kitchen as an anniversary gift but little does she know that Tommy has much more up his sleeve. During an anniversary party thrown for Tommy and Gwen, Tommy will surprise her by asking her to marry him all over again and renew their vows right there and then. Tommy then has one more surprise for Gwen and will present her with a beautiful custom bed he has been secretly working on for her.

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8:00
AM
Episode S16

Chris Grundy and the DIY Network experts take on Blog Cabin 2016 for one lucky viewer to win. Kitchen Crasher Alison Victoria transforms the kitchen by including a banquette made from a repurposed boat. House Crasher Josh Temple takes on the Living Room, Dining Room and the Master Suite. HGTV Magazine puts it's designer touch on the Guest Suite, while Yard Crasher Chris Lambton transforms the lower deck, two yard spaces and a Sky Cabin guest room nestled in the trees.

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9:00
AM
Episode 702

Alison is stuck within the footprint of Maria and Matt's galley kitchen, so rather than fight the space, she pumps up the creativity and changes up the layout. First, she shortens a large window and moves the sink underneath to maximize countertop and cabinet space. After the soffits are out, ceiling height light sage-colored cabinetry comes in to compliment whitewashed laminate flooring and marbled black, cream and white granite countertops. Next up, smudge-proof black appliances including a double oven, cooktop, counter-depth refrigerator and stylish hood. To keep up with the black accents, Alison installs a heavy-duty black granite sink, faucet and sleek cabinet hardware. On the DIY side, Alison and the homeowners construct a mudroom with a custom boot tray to give this family more space and a vertical succulent piece and herb garden to bring nature indoors.

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9:30
AM
Episode 704

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers Crew find a couple of California homeowners who have a really big kitchen. The problem is size is the only thing this space has going for it, everything else is old and dated and half of the flooring is exposed plywood. The plan involves adding even more room by removing a wall and then the new finishes start flooding in. This ambitious renovation starts with new flooring throughout both the kitchen and living room spaces and new cabinets in both light and dark. Part of the cabinet package includes a huge kitchen island, painted blue, and topped with a manufactured stone countertop and then custom built elements like a sliding barn door, pub table, and a doggy feeding hutch are added. Lots of tears and laughter fill this new kitchen when the homeowners are called in for the for the final reveal.

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10:00
AM
Episode 706

Jess and Tom try to make the most of city living by using their deck off the kitchen as a dining area, but their setup isn't working for them until Alison gets her hands on it. After tossing their main appliances off the deck, Alison and the crew carefully take down the wall of cabinetry and re-use the cabinet faces for DIY planter boxes. So that they don't make the same mistake twice, Alison replaces the cabinetry with two-toned cabinets and an open shelving area to break up the giant wall. To help Tom and Jess up their fun factor, Alison installs a bar with under cabinet beverage center and works with Tom on a DIY table that has a cooler right in the middle. Beachy wall tiles, a mix of butcher block and stone countertops, a swinging chair and a faux green wall finish off the space and give it an urban beachy feel.

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10:30
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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11:00
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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11:30
AM
Episode 712

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers Crew find a couple of homeowners with a huge kitchen that has become almost unusable. The traffic flow is terrible and everything from floor to ceiling has seen better days. This massive renovation begins with demolition of two walls and a complete re-imagining of the entire space. With an eye toward the couples' love of both entertaining and sushi, Alison brings a design that both opens the space even larger and looks like a fancy sushi restaurant. The elements include a new layout, flooring, cabinets, countertops and appliances. Then the custom touches are created like a low profile asian dining table, grasscloth shoji wall treatment, and resin paneled chandelier surround. The end result leaves the homeowners overwhelmed by a kitchen that is beyond both of their expectations.

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12:00
PM
Episode 103

When Mike Holmes and his crew start pulling up floors and tearing down walls they uncover disaster after disaster and nothing is leveling out. Sledgehammers to the kitchen floor compromised structure; cutting corners in the bathroom led to mold; and there's asbestos in the basement. These are just some of the problems Mike and his crew have to fix after he sets his sights on making this wrong situation right.

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1:00
PM
Episode 107

A high school teacher is run down by a van after his home is vandalized. Tragically, his recovery means re-learning how to walk. The crew rally behind Mike and go the extra mile by building a fully accessible backyard oasis complete with hot tub and a display shelf for his prized running shoe collection. Mike even brings in boxing legend George Chuvalo to deliver this knockout performance and to remind the victim that you've got to keep rolling with the punches.

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2:00
PM
Episode 109

When the police arrest a kitchen contractor responsible for ripping off over 70 families, Mike finally faces the biggest bull he's ever seen and reminds us that if something seems too good to be true, it probably is. After holding Laura and Greg's new kitchen hostage for 4 months, even threatening to put a lien on their home, the desperate couple turns to the one contractor they can trust. Mike steps in to make it right and gives this family the kitchen that was stolen from them.

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3:00
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Episode 111

Cheryl decides to handle a bathroom renovation on her own after searching for the right contractor proves harder than it looks. Her family and friends pitch in to help, but even the best intentions can't substitute real expertise. When the truth comes crashing through her ceiling, Cheryl puts a stop to her DIY reno and is left without a working shower for 5 months. Mike comes to her rescue but soon realizes that she needs a lot more than just a shower. Cheryl is Deaf but doesn't have a 'Sign Language' friendly home, which turns this standard bathroom reno into a breakthrough project for Mike and his team.

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4:00
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Episode 113

Homeowners Catherine and Cameron wanted to give their fifty-year-old home an update. They paid $100,000 out of pocket for what was supposed to be their dream renovation. But unfortunately, the contractor they hired didn't have the right skills to deliver the goods, and made a mess of their home in the process. He cut corners by not hiring a licensed electrician and did all of the electrical himself. He moved doors and compromised structure, and the sub trades he hired caused $10,000 in roof damages using $10 worth of staples! Completely disheveled, Catherine and Cameron turn to Mike for help, who gives them a Valentine they'll never forget.

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5:00
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Episode 112

In Aurora, Colorado, Mike lends a helping hand to newlyweds Ambera and Clayton. They're looking for a home but with Clayton's busy work schedule, Ambera's house-hunting partner will be her sister Rhanee, who will be living with the newlyweds. After Mike tours the family's favorite homes with Ambera and Rhanee, the women share all the info with Clayton so the trio can make a smart buy.

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5:30
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Episode 111

Mike travels to Denver to help single mom Terrie find the right house for her and her daughters. Terrie's best friend Angie, who happens to be a Mike super fan, tags along. With Terrie's favorite houses selected, Mike shows her how to identify any problems or imperfections that could turn the house from a dream home into a nightmare of repairs.

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6:00
PM
Episode 101

Virginia and the boys take on a massive challenge to give their land-locked client an ocean view. Can't move the house, so there is only one way to go...up! Building a tower 35 feet up, to be exact. Plus a complete interior makeover in their signature New England style makes this one of the biggest jobs the DesRoches have ever taken on.

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6:30
PM
Episode 109

Mike heads to St. Petersburg, Florida, to help first-time homebuyers Heather and Jay. Along with Heather's young son, the couple plans to move into the best house they can find within their budget. Mike steps in to teach the couple to see houses through his expert eyes so they can be confident about their purchase.

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7:00
PM
Episode 104

Mike makes his way to Minneapolis, Minnesota, ready to help Nick and Samantha choose a new home. But this is no ordinary buy, Sam and Nick are looking at brand new houses and many have yet to be lived in, which means all the more reason to bring along the King of Contractors.

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7:30
PM
Episode 106

Minnesota couple Brenda and Peter have two young daughters and love their Minneapolis neighborhood, but the family has outgrown their home and they're ready to purchase a new one. Brenda and Peter have been burned by a contractor in the past and want to avoid that kind of experience again. The couple needs Mike's honest expertise as they view the houses they're considering, hoping to pick the best house for their family.

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8:00
PM
Episode 113

Newlyweds Andie and Pete are ready to buy their first home in Englewood, Colorado. They've been shopping for a long time and have seen over 100 houses, but they either lose in the bidding process or feel the homes aren't solid enough for their future plans. Mike steps in and tours their chosen homes and shows the couple what's worth a good bid and what's worth walking away from.

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8:30
PM
Episode 114

Colorado newlyweds Jennifer and Matt live on a ranch in Boulder, but the ranch belongs to Jennifer's grandfather and it's time for the young couple to find their own home. After choosing possible houses in the Denver region, they tour the structures with Mike, who shows them how to tell whether a home is a good buy or if it's a house that deserves a "goodbye".

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9:00
PM
Episode 103

In St. Anthony, Minnesota, Rhonda and Leo Bogee are looking for a home that's both within their budget and perfect for their four-member family. They have two growing sons and they need just the right place. It's contractor Mike Holmes to their rescue, going through the houses, pointing out the pros and cons and ultimately teaching Rhonda and Leo how to buy with confidence and a solid plan.

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9:30
PM
Episode 105

In Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, carpenter Jake and his realtor wife Lindsay want to buy an investment home to live in, fix up and eventually sell for a profit. The couple shows their favorite options to Mike who helps them see the good, the bad and the ugly in order to get the best house for their money.

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10:00
PM
Episode 107

Nicole and Tariq are a fun-loving Florida couple that is ready to buy their first home, preferably with enough room for a future family. They've looked at homes and realize they don't know how to spot the kind of house problems a contractor would see. Luckily, Mike steps in to assist, viewing the houses chosen by the couple. As the home tours go on, Nicole and Tariq learn how to determine what's good, fixable and unacceptable.

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10:30
PM
Episode 108

Robyn and Anthony are newly married, first-time homebuyers that are moving out of their apartment and the pressure is on to find a home. They're interested in a move-in ready income property or a low-priced home that needs some work. Most homes in their chosen area are Craftsman houses, some being 100 years old. In order to make a smart purchase, they need Mike to go through these classics thoroughly.

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11:00
PM
Episode 101

Mike Holmes travels to the beautiful island of Hilton Head, South Carolina, to advise first time homebuyers Caroline and Diego Mahecha during their search for the perfect family home. With their favorites selected, Mike will go through the houses with the couple to identify issues that could be detrimental to the family and their children. Can Mike help them find the perfect house that is both safe and meets the family's needs?

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11:30
PM
Episode 102

Raising a son and a daughter as they hunt for their "Forever Home," Lindsay and Seth Tilton have narrowed their search down to their favorite houses in Hilton Head, South Carolina. It's a tough decision, one needing the expert eyes of general contractor Mike Holmes. Going through the houses with Lindsay and Seth, the couple learns how to choose the best residence for their present budget as well as for their future plans.

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12:00
AM
Episode 103

In St. Anthony, Minnesota, Rhonda and Leo Bogee are looking for a home that's both within their budget and perfect for their four-member family. They have two growing sons and they need just the right place. It's contractor Mike Holmes to their rescue, going through the houses, pointing out the pros and cons and ultimately teaching Rhonda and Leo how to buy with confidence and a solid plan.

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12:30
AM
Episode 105

In Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, carpenter Jake and his realtor wife Lindsay want to buy an investment home to live in, fix up and eventually sell for a profit. The couple shows their favorite options to Mike who helps them see the good, the bad and the ugly in order to get the best house for their money.

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1:00
AM
Episode 107

Nicole and Tariq are a fun-loving Florida couple that is ready to buy their first home, preferably with enough room for a future family. They've looked at homes and realize they don't know how to spot the kind of house problems a contractor would see. Luckily, Mike steps in to assist, viewing the houses chosen by the couple. As the home tours go on, Nicole and Tariq learn how to determine what's good, fixable and unacceptable.

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1:30
AM
Episode 108

Robyn and Anthony are newly married, first-time homebuyers that are moving out of their apartment and the pressure is on to find a home. They're interested in a move-in ready income property or a low-priced home that needs some work. Most homes in their chosen area are Craftsman houses, some being 100 years old. In order to make a smart purchase, they need Mike to go through these classics thoroughly.

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2:00
AM
Episode 101

Mike Holmes travels to the beautiful island of Hilton Head, South Carolina, to advise first time homebuyers Caroline and Diego Mahecha during their search for the perfect family home. With their favorites selected, Mike will go through the houses with the couple to identify issues that could be detrimental to the family and their children. Can Mike help them find the perfect house that is both safe and meets the family's needs?

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2:30
AM
Episode 102

Raising a son and a daughter as they hunt for their "Forever Home," Lindsay and Seth Tilton have narrowed their search down to their favorite houses in Hilton Head, South Carolina. It's a tough decision, one needing the expert eyes of general contractor Mike Holmes. Going through the houses with Lindsay and Seth, the couple learns how to choose the best residence for their present budget as well as for their future plans.

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3:00
AM
Episode 113

Newlyweds Andie and Pete are ready to buy their first home in Englewood, Colorado. They've been shopping for a long time and have seen over 100 houses, but they either lose in the bidding process or feel the homes aren't solid enough for their future plans. Mike steps in and tours their chosen homes and shows the couple what's worth a good bid and what's worth walking away from.

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3:30
AM
Episode 114

Colorado newlyweds Jennifer and Matt live on a ranch in Boulder, but the ranch belongs to Jennifer's grandfather and it's time for the young couple to find their own home. After choosing possible houses in the Denver region, they tour the structures with Mike, who shows them how to tell whether a home is a good buy or if it's a house that deserves a "goodbye".

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4:30
AM
Episode 612

Bill and Maria moved into their home 3 years ago and got right to work. It took time to get the home to look how they wanted, but it's paid off. But the last room that needs fixing is their dated master bathroom that's covered in tile right out of an 80s fast food restaurant. Watch as host Jeff Devlin updates this non-functioning master bathroom into an all-new space with old world charm. With custom copper countertops, brand new freestanding tub, and amenities like a fireplace, TV, and electric privacy window.

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