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Monday, Jan 2

7:00
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Episode 102

After some setbacks, the foundation for the addition to Daryl's 1787 farmhouse is in. It's time to start putting up some walls, but a problem with the town causes a big delay and forces Daryl to make a creative decision so they can move forward. Making this house unique, Daryl wants to combine modern and historic building techniques, salvaged lumber and new wood. However, finding the right summer beams for the new kitchen proves to be more difficult than he thought. Once he found the right beams, Daryl and his team then have to get the enormous beams into place.

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7:30
AM
Episode 202

Andy and Allison bought their first home, the shiny 50s wallpaper adorning the inside of their walls was free. They desperately need a modern update on all of their rooms, and Bryan hopes his reno choice doesn't leave them cold.

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8:00
AM
Episode 413

Randy wins a large home with very big bedrooms, but there's no defined living room and it has a fairly small kitchen and dining room. He must create a floor plan that will open up the space for a communal living area while maintaining bedroom space for maximum profitability.

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9:00
AM
Episode 412

An arched entryway in the Girls' new home inspires them to create a Mediterranean theme for the remodel. Casey and Catrina win two very small barns in a two-for-one auction and plan to combine them into one large living space in order to maximize profit.

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10:00
AM
Episode 411

Casey and Catrina combine two shipping containers to create a one bedroom house with an outdoor courtyard area. During the build, Gary's Girls approach Casey with an offer to sell him their container house after their previous sale fell through. Casey and Catrina decide to combine the two houses to make the ultimate container home.

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11:00
AM
Episode 410

Randy wins an old mobile home at auction and strikes up a deal with Casey so they can both make a profit. But before either mover can flip the house, disaster strikes. Meanwhile, the Snow Sisters come up with an eco-friendly design for their house. They hope that by making this house green, it'll put some green into their pockets.

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12:00
PM
Episode 409

Casey and Catrina score a 3 bed, 2 bath house, but realize they must cut half of it off in order to move it. When they lose half their square footage before they start, Casey and Catrina must figure out how to still make it profitable. Meanwhile, the Snow Sisters get a large house with a couple of bonus rooms, and the extra space allows the ladies to get creative with their family-friendly design plan.

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1:00
PM
Episode 408

Casey and Catrina score big on a house that is practically new. The problem is, someone previously bought it, tried to finish out the interior and failed. Now they're faced with the task of correcting the botched job and creating a home that will appeal to a buyer that Casey already has on the line.

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2:00
PM
Episode 101

The Sikes family takes a chance on a lake house that has potential but may be too hard to move. The plan is to turn this one-bed, one-bath house into a vacation home with enough room for the entire family. They run into a major snag when they try to take the shortest route for the move, which happens to be straight across a (hopefully) frozen lake.

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3:00
PM
Episode 102

Flipping friends Bob and Jubal take the empty top half of an old barn and turn it into a modern, open-concept living space. Meanwhile, husband-and-wife team the Merricks get a bargain on a shipping container, but there's a catch. They have to move it down a winding and icy mountain road. If they succeed, their plan is to cut it in half to make a cute mountain cabin with chrome countertops.

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4:00
PM
Episode 101

Mike and Megan take a chance on flipping an unusual structure: a house built on top of a barge. They discover the barge is full of holes and the house and barge had previously sunk. Once the barge is made seaworthy again, the trick is getting it into to the water and off to a place where the renovation can begin, so Mike and Megan can transform it into a floating vacation getaway.

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5:00
PM
Episode 102

Flipping team Robert and Katie have their eyes on a classic Southern house won at auction by another team. When the house is later offered to them, they jump at the chance to update the quaint two-bed one-bath building clad on the inside with knotty pine paneling. Meanwhile, fellow flippers Darren and Lucy find out their 'perfect' little one-bed, one-bath cottage isn't so perfect after all. They rework the bathroom and kitchen into a more functional space and add some New Orleans-inspired charm to the front porch.

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6:00
PM
Episode 103

Husband and wife house flippers Mike and Megan find an old Southern church with an interior covered entirely in beadboard. They transform it into a two-bed, one-bath home with plenty of Southern charm. Meanwhile, Robert and Katie take on a two-bed, one-bath home in a historic suburb of New Orleans. To move it out of there, they need to cut most of the roof off and lose a laundry room that was added onto the living room. Their goal is to renovate the house while preserving the home's original style and grace.

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7:00
PM
Episode 104

Darren and Lucy beat out the other flipping teams to win a duplex that looks decent on the outside, but when they go inside, they discover it had been flooded from Louisiana rains and is partially gutted. They decide to turn the duplex into a two-bed, two-bath single family home with a giant wraparound porch that will look perfectly at home on the bayou.

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8:00
PM
Episode S14

The Perrins brothers are building an extremely remote log hunting cabin in the heart of the Alaskan Range. Steve Perrins II, a native Alaskan, is heading up the build. He will lead his team, which consists of his four younger brothers and his wife, 13 miles on horseback into the deep wilderness of Sheep Lake where they have just two weeks to construct an entire single-story cabin. The build process will include the use of archaic tools, materials, and pioneering techniques throughout. In addition to their tight deadline, unpredictable weather, encroaching wildlife and the daily adventures of building in remote Alaskan will challenge their every will and wit.

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9:00
PM
Episode S16

The Busbys, young entrepreneurs and world travelers, have been living off-the-grid for two years already, but now they're ready to take it to the next level. Follow the adventure as they build a super efficient tiny house in northwestern Montana. Surrounded by stunning views and with a little help from friends, they'll build it all by hand completely off-the-grid.

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10:00
PM
Episode S16

After recently getting engaged, Summer and Jack moved away from their hometown New Jersey to fulfill their life-long dream of living off-grid. They ventured out to the Pacific Northwest, where they purchased an expansive plot of land in a remote, woody area of Sedro Woolley, Washington. They've since commissioned Sunray Kelley to design and build their dream mud home, where they can start their lives together outside of the city bustle.

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11:00
PM
Episode S16

Alaskan adventure guide Don Lee is building a remote survival cabin on top of a glacier where no man has stepped before. But in an area plagued with avalanches and unpredictable weather, this fearless bushman needs to time his construction perfectly. And when you're building in an untouched area only accessible by air, logistics are just the tip of the iceberg.

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12:00
AM
Episode S16

The Busbys, young entrepreneurs and world travelers, have been living off-the-grid for two years already, but now they're ready to take it to the next level. Follow the adventure as they build a super efficient tiny house in northwestern Montana. Surrounded by stunning views and with a little help from friends, they'll build it all by hand completely off-the-grid.

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1:00
AM
Episode S16

After recently getting engaged, Summer and Jack moved away from their hometown New Jersey to fulfill their life-long dream of living off-grid. They ventured out to the Pacific Northwest, where they purchased an expansive plot of land in a remote, woody area of Sedro Woolley, Washington. They've since commissioned Sunray Kelley to design and build their dream mud home, where they can start their lives together outside of the city bustle.

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2:00
AM
Episode S16

Alaskan adventure guide Don Lee is building a remote survival cabin on top of a glacier where no man has stepped before. But in an area plagued with avalanches and unpredictable weather, this fearless bushman needs to time his construction perfectly. And when you're building in an untouched area only accessible by air, logistics are just the tip of the iceberg.

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3:00
AM
Episode S14

The Perrins brothers are building an extremely remote log hunting cabin in the heart of the Alaskan Range. Steve Perrins II, a native Alaskan, is heading up the build. He will lead his team, which consists of his four younger brothers and his wife, 13 miles on horseback into the deep wilderness of Sheep Lake where they have just two weeks to construct an entire single-story cabin. The build process will include the use of archaic tools, materials, and pioneering techniques throughout. In addition to their tight deadline, unpredictable weather, encroaching wildlife and the daily adventures of building in remote Alaskan will challenge their every will and wit.

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4:30
AM
Episode 303

The Sheins thought renovating their small master bathroom would be easy, but their contractor proved them wrong. While working on the bathroom, he fell through the floor and into the living room not once but twice and he seems to have cut through the support joists on his way down. He also installed faulty plumbing that leaked into the living room, did a poor job with the tile floor and installed a door in their bedroom that leads to nothing but real structural devastation. Now, John DeSilvia and his team come to the rescue and show the Sheins just how smooth their bathroom renovation should have been.

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