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Monday, Jun 19

7:00
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Episode 713

Loshi & Justin know the cramped kitchen in their 50's ranch-style home has tons of potential, but they're overwhelmed at the prospect of tackling it on their own. They both love the vibe of the American southwest where Justin is from and want their kitchen to reflect their style. James Young finds creative ways to add southwestern flair to the space while working with a budget of $20,000. The existing floor and cabinets get major facelifts, new countertops are fabricated from sheets of copper, and warm splashes of color are added throughout including a hand-painted sink and a terra cotta backsplash.

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7:30
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Episode 813

Licensed contractor James Young helps a young couple turn their ugly, dated, 1980s kitchen into a modern classic space. The kitchen has weird oak cabinets with a button detail, fake butcher block countertops, a tattered faux parquet floor and a dropped ceiling. James helps the couple change the layout of the room by opening up a partition wall between the kitchen and eating area, and relocating the fridge. Since the cabinet boxes are in good shape, James saves money by refacing the cabinets and adding some extra cabinetry to fit the new layout. New molding and wood trim on the soffits adds a sophisticated detail the couple love. In need of a wine and coffee bar, James shows how to repurpose a 1980s armoire, and turn it into an eye-catching piece of kitchen furniture. They install a cost-effective DIY quartz countertop, along with a beautiful mother-of-pearl backsplash. On the floor, a fossilized bamboo floor with a clever metal trim completes the kitchen renovation, all for a budget of $20,000.

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8:00
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Episode 313

Marni and Jordan both work from home and their uninspiring backyard makes them want to stay indoors all the time. Landscape designer Sara Bendrick brings some much-needed style and function to the yard. An obnoxious red patio will be covered with elegant tile, a vertical vegetable wall will hide unsightly utilities, and rolling planters will provide easy access to the garage. Other features include a fire pit, a colorful sail shade, and a planted trellis.

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8:30
AM
Episode 1207

Jason Cameron heads to Albuquerque to help Wendy and Adam Livermore. The homeowners are renovating a foreclosure, and these Wisconsin transplants know nothing about landscaping in New Mexico. Jason's plan to help banish their desperation includes building a new deck featuring the Zia sun, an important part of the culture in New Mexico. A beautiful wooden loggia with a sailcloth cover will add shade to the yard. A fire feature will keep the homeowners warm at night and a water feature will add a relaxing touch. The front yard will also include a living wall and plenty of plants that thrive in the Albuquerque sun. Is all this enough to stop the neighbors' complaints? Jason thinks the answer will be a resounding yes.

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9:00
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Episode 1208

Willy and Jennie Jacobson have been the subject of some serious criticism in their Albuquerque neighborhood, and they are calling on Jason Cameron for help. The couple have asked Jason to turn their prickly, rocky and ugly landscape into a beautiful play space for their young sons. Jason brings in heavy equipment to move some huge boulders to create a a play space with seating. Plus, he brings out the big guns to move a heavy ipe deck into the yard. Jason also taps into Willy's artistic side to have him paint a mural to fit into the landscape. The end result is a fun, family-friendly space that the neighbors love.

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9:30
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Episode 1209

Rain and Seattle go together, but in the suburb of Kirkland, Mother Nature is doing her best to stop Jason Cameron and his crew from fixing a Desperate Landscape. The front yard once looked like a mini-golf course, but the homeowners stripped it clean and now it's just a barren landscape with a rickety balcony, ripped awnings and broken concrete pieces. Jason has a plan to turn the ugly front yard into an Asian-inspired landscape to match the design style inside the home. He rebuilds the deck with beautiful Brazilian teak wood that features a unique Asian design to keep the bad spirits away. Despite the mud and muck, Jason creates a beautiful walkway with a ringed-entrance to the yard. He also adds a natural stone fountain and beautiful bamboo. The big question though is whether the neighbors will be happy with the dramatic changes?

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10:00
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Episode 1210

Jason Cameron trudges through a rainy day to transform the Seattle yard of Selome and Abiy. They would love to host their huge Ethiopian, but their home is being renovated inside and the front yard is a mess. The work starts by ripping off the old concrete steps leading to the porch and adding new wooden steps and beefed up posts and railings to match the home. Beautiful volcanic rock is brought in to create natural steps leading into the yard. A big gazebo to host family gatherings, complete with a massive steel roof, is added. At then end of the day, Selome and Abiy celebrate the results with their extended family, and Mother Nature celebrates with a beautiful double rainbow.

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10:30
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Episode 1304

Brandon and Jenny Donovan's home is hidden behind a creek and a huge wall that stretches the length of their house. The neighbors say the property looks abandoned and want Jason Cameron to fix it. Jason tears down the ugly block wall and builds a custom rough cut cedar bridge over the creek. The project features unusual Mid Century Modern paint color, a paver walkway, and a low maintenance entertainment area to turn this diamond-in-the-rough into a real beauty.

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11:00
AM
Episode 1211

Jeff Cole is a firefighter who works hard to help put out wildfires in California. It's a shame that Jeff and his wife Ashley have a fire hazard of their own in their front yard. To top it off, the front yard features an ugly old wishing well that everyone's been wishing would go away. Jeff brings a huge team of firefighters to help clear the debris that make the front yard dangerous, and Jason brings chainsaws to cut down some cypresses that are home to pests. He builds a custom concrete seating area and adds a fire pit to create an entertainment area for the homeowners. He also brings in artificial turf to help the Coles stay sensitive to California's water issues and to give their son Jameson and place to play. At the end of the day, the neighbors return to find out if their wishes have come true and the desperate and fire hazard have been cleared.

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11:30
AM
Episode 1303

Samantha and Doug Louder bought a charming old home with a challenging landscape. With ivy, stumps, peeling paint and a crumbling walkway, the front yard had no charm. Jason Cameron designs a Victorian landscape that fits in nicely with the home and this neighborhood filled with impeccably tended yards. Jason's plan calls for taming the ivy, creating a Victorian-inspired trellis, building a beautiful fountain, and creating a bed swing for the front porch. At the end of eight hours, the house and yard are both oozing charm and awaiting reviews from the neighbors.

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12:00
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Episode 1212

Samantha and Vince love their home in Oceanside, California. They love being close to the beach and spend as much free time there as their jobs allow but they don't have a lot of time to spare. They have been rehabbing the inside of their home and Vince is a Marine Reservist and Samantha works as an animal trainer at Sea World. The first order of business is to get rid of a fence that's falling apart and to clear some ugly trees and debris. Jason's plan calls for building a new fence with a modern style to help keep their dog corralled. They build some custom surfboard lights and add a new paver patio and redwood fireplace for Sam and Vince to relax with friends.

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12:30
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Episode 1302

Licensed contractor Jason Cameron has heard the call for help for Jessica and Reece Gable. Their house is hidden by an overgrown mini forest. Jason uses some unconventional tools to clear the landscape when he brings in goats to eat the weeds. He tackles some of the trees with chainsaws, and then turns his eye toward creating a huge wooden deck, tree trunk stepping stones, and a cool zipline for the Gable children. The huge project takes this Desperate Landscape from worst on the block to first.

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1:00
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Episode S17H

Jason Cameron's on another hunt for the most embarrassing and lackluster backyard in the country. His search ends in Mobile, Alabama, where he transforms barren gardens, broken play areas and a pool of murky water into a backyard oasis.

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2:00
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Episode 110H

The Docked Out crew tears out a dilapidated dock and builds a brand-new space with two levels, two boat slips and a customized bar. The addition of a dining space provides plenty of room for family and friends while a custom pet step makes the new dock dog friendly.

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2:30
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Episode 102

The Docked Out crew builds a custom dock for a family of three with two slips for their watercraft, room to dine and a surprise pullout hammock. On shore, they build a custom stone fire pit with a seating area perfect for relaxing under the stars.

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3:00
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Episode 109

The Docked Out crew transforms an empty lakefront property into a family-friendly party dock. The new fully customized dock features a swim deck, a custom bar, a boat slip and a football-inspired tailgating deck.

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3:30
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Episode 104

The Docked Out crew builds a sun-and-surf themed dock for a family of three. The dock features a boat slip, solar panels, a swim step for easy water access and areas for both sun and shade. The crew also includes a custom paddleboard-inspired bench to celebrate the family's love of water sports.

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4:00
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Episode 105

The Docked Out crew builds a massive two-story dock that incorporates elements of the existing home and the river itself. The crew also builds a swim step, one-of-a-kind furniture made from driftwood pieces and a custom upper level with a view.

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4:30
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Episode 108

The crew tackles a custom build that's made for family fun. The dock features a fire pit, two living spaces and a custom climbing wall leading to a second-story perch that's perfect for jumping into the lake below.

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5:00
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Episode 103

The Docked Out crew builds a custom double-decker dock for a pilot's family featuring a seaplane landing strip. The dock also boasts two levels for entertaining, a dining space with a large custom table, living space and a bar.

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5:30
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Episode 106

The crew tackles an overgrown lakefront property and adds custom elements for a family that loves fishing. They transform the space into an entertainment oasis featuring a new dock, a custom deck and a renovated gazebo.

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6:00
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Episode 107

The crew runs into river rock during the build and must improvise with a floating dock. The new dock features two stories, an upper-level fire pit and, as an added bonus, it's mobile.

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6:30
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Episode 301

The Yarbrough family, Franklin Tennessee locals, call upon the experts at Peek Pools and Spas to build their dream pool. They've dreamt of having a backyard pool and entertaining space to complete their forever home, and before the whole family returns from London the team at Peek Pools needs to make their dream a reality. The Yarbrough's won't be around during construction, so the surprise of their life awaits them when they return home.

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7:00
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Episode 101

Kelly Caviness and his team are building two specacular pools. The first is a modern, kid-friendly retreat for Mike, Lisa and their 2 children. They dream of a pool where all the neighborhood kids can come play. The other pool is an epic pirate-themed water park complete with a hidden treasure room and animatronic pirates - easily the biggest project Kelly has ever taken on! With challenging elements in both pools including a never-attempted-before brand new design, can the Pool Kings make their clients' dreams come true?

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7:30
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Episode 201

Jeromey and Jay of Premier Paradise create a personal resort for Arizona newcomers: Sally and Samer. Beginning with a blank desert canvas, our Pool Kings are tasked with creating a resort-style backyard perfect for entertaining as their clients kickstart their new life. Three waterfalls defy gravity, a BBQ pit, floating table and a fire pit add a modern touch to this beautiful backyard resort.

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8:00
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Episode 403

A young family from Carlsbad, CA, wants a nice backyard where the kids can play. Mike and Jim are up for the challenge and build a power-packed pool with a spa, underwater volcano, custom slide and a Tuscan grotto.

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8:30
PM
Episode 304

A Houston, Texas, family is ready to make their dream pool a reality, so the Pool Kings accept the challenge to take this family's outdoor fun to the next level with a dynamic, resort-style pool.

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9:00
PM
Episode 305

After moving to their forever home, a young family from College Grove, TN, is ready to build their dream pool. The Pool Kings accept the challenge, creating a tropical paradise with a massive waterfall, a swim-up bar and an oversized outdoor kitchen.

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9:30
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Episode 404

Now that the interior of their dream house is finished, a Rancho Cucamonga family of five asks the Pool Kings to transform their neglected backyard into a relaxing multi-level private resort with a waterfall grotto, huge spa, swim-up bar, outdoor living room and tropical landscaping.

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10:00
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Episode 407

A ranch family in Palm Desert, CA, is finally ready to build the desert oasis they've been dreaming of for 20 years. Mike and Jim are on hand to build the family a backyard paradise that includes a complex of waterfalls, a natural boulder spillway, a hidden waterslide and an outdoor kitchen. Will the end results be worth the family's wait?

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10:30
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Episode 303

Grandparents Joe and Beth want to add a dream pool to their forever home so they can host more family events. They hope the addition of this backyard oasis will complete their dream home and allow them to create many more memories outside.

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11:00
PM
Episode 402

Mike and Jim have their work cut out for them when a Palm Springs couple wants to transform their narrow three-sided backyard into a personal resort by adding a grotto, zen area, putting green, oversized spa and beach entry.

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11:30
PM
Episode 302

A family that loves to entertain relocates from Chicago to Nashville and is in desperate need of a pool for the hot summer days. However, their current backyard is an eyesore and not functional for the kids, so the renovation experts work to transform the space into the ultimate pool party paradise.

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12:00
AM
Episode 305

After moving to their forever home, a young family from College Grove, TN, is ready to build their dream pool. The Pool Kings accept the challenge, creating a tropical paradise with a massive waterfall, a swim-up bar and an oversized outdoor kitchen.

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12:30
AM
Episode 404

Now that the interior of their dream house is finished, a Rancho Cucamonga family of five asks the Pool Kings to transform their neglected backyard into a relaxing multi-level private resort with a waterfall grotto, huge spa, swim-up bar, outdoor living room and tropical landscaping.

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1:00
AM
Episode 407

A ranch family in Palm Desert, CA, is finally ready to build the desert oasis they've been dreaming of for 20 years. Mike and Jim are on hand to build the family a backyard paradise that includes a complex of waterfalls, a natural boulder spillway, a hidden waterslide and an outdoor kitchen. Will the end results be worth the family's wait?

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1:30
AM
Episode 303

Grandparents Joe and Beth want to add a dream pool to their forever home so they can host more family events. They hope the addition of this backyard oasis will complete their dream home and allow them to create many more memories outside.

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2:00
AM
Episode 402

Mike and Jim have their work cut out for them when a Palm Springs couple wants to transform their narrow three-sided backyard into a personal resort by adding a grotto, zen area, putting green, oversized spa and beach entry.

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2:30
AM
Episode 302

A family that loves to entertain relocates from Chicago to Nashville and is in desperate need of a pool for the hot summer days. However, their current backyard is an eyesore and not functional for the kids, so the renovation experts work to transform the space into the ultimate pool party paradise.

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3:00
AM
Episode 403

A young family from Carlsbad, CA, wants a nice backyard where the kids can play. Mike and Jim are up for the challenge and build a power-packed pool with a spa, underwater volcano, custom slide and a Tuscan grotto.

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3:30
AM
Episode 304

A Houston, Texas, family is ready to make their dream pool a reality, so the Pool Kings accept the challenge to take this family's outdoor fun to the next level with a dynamic, resort-style pool.

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4:30
AM
Episode 105F

Jen and Brandon convert two awkward spaces in the front of their house into an entry bathroom and bedroom for their youngest daughter, Remy. They move the original front door and close the space up to create the bathroom, dropping in a mixture of patterned subway tiles and repurposed wainscoting pulled from their backyard fence. In Remy's room, they build a really fun loft bed, complete with a fireman's pole that gives the space a playground feel.

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