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Saturday, Jan 13

7:00
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Episode 104

After paying a contractor to build a second story addition on their home, homeowners Don and Peggy are left with nothing but a bad shell. The contractor ripped off their roof and took off to Europe, leaving the inside of their home exposed to heavy rains for six days. The basement is destroyed and has become a breeding ground for mold, dry rot and is now home to the biggest nest of ants Mike has ever seen. When things seemed like they couldn't get any worse, Mike is forced to deliver more bad new to the family: everything needs to go, including all of their belongings. The entire layout is re-designed, structure must be reinforced, and Mike closes in on making it right for this family.

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8:00
AM
Episode 105

Mike and his crew continue to take on the challenge of rebuilding a home that was only inches away from being a complete demo. With the house still needing insulation, drywall, four bathrooms, a kitchen, two fireplaces, plus all the electrical, plumbing and HVAC ... Mike sends for reinforcements and brings in pro after pro to make sure he delivers a house that not only looks good on the surface but is built right from the ground up. Together they transform what was once an open wound into an open-concept home.

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9:00
AM
Episode S18

See every part of the HGTV Dream Home 2018 renovation as it's transformed from a dated, waterfront home into a beautiful retreat nestled in Gig Harbor, Washington. Don't miss the dramatic demo and construction as hosts Marnie Oursler and Brian Patrick Flynn turn this home into an architectural masterpiece that includes floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing the incredible views of Henderson Bay.

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10:00
AM
Episode 201

Lauren and Dan own an amazing stone home in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania that dates back to the 1850s. The summer kitchen is a separate structure that was historically used to keep the heat from cooking away from the main house. The exterior is in great condition, but the interior is crumbling, and the massive original cooking fireplace needs some serious attention. Jeff and his team attempt to restore the fireplace to its original condition and remove the ceiling boards to expose the original rafters, but they run into problems when they try to repurpose the ceiling boards as flooring on the ground level.

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10:30
AM
Episode 203

Carpenter Jeff Devlin heads to the home of Jodie and JP to check out the original second floor of their 1803 stone home. The space has been sectioned off over time, and the homeowners want a more cohesive master suite that evokes the home's history. Jeff and his team rip the space apart, moving walls and doors and attempting to uncover as much history as they can. They run into one challenge after another as they tackle the fireplace wall and struggle to achieve Jodie's dream of a classic clawfoot tub. Jeff also makes a four-poster bed by hand and transforms an old dresser into a bathroom vanity.

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11:00
AM
Episode 205

Jeff meets Allen and Kathleen, a couple who wants him to restore three rooms in the original portion of their 1790 home. Their living room's original floors are covered up, their game room has a dated 1960s fireplace and their family room lacks any historic character. Jeff and his team dig into each space, uncovering a few unique original details and adding other historic features, like a reclaimed barnwood ceiling. Then, Jeff finds an amazing surprise while exploring the couple's barn, and works to use his find in the new space.

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11:30
AM
Episode 207

Jeff meets Chase and Gretel who just bought their first home, a historic stone home with portions built in the 1700s, 1800s and 1990s. They want him to look at their dining room, which sits in the 1800s portion of the home, as well as their kitchen and sunroom, which sit in the more modern addition. This project is a tricky one for Jeff because Gretel wants the floor plan to be more open, but he can't do that without moving stone walls. They also want him to uncover some history, so he attempts to do so by exposing stone on the original exterior wall.

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12:00
PM
Episode 202

Carpenter Jeff Devlin is recruited by homeowners Scott and Rhonda to fully restore the first floor sunroom, living room and dining room of their 1700s stone home. Jeff and his team work to remove layers of caked on paint from an original stone fireplace and run into a snag while sandblasting. They also try to restore the original ceiling boards and flooring, and Jeff builds period-inspired storage pieces for the living room. Then he and his contractor, Tony, strike gold when they find a pile of walnut slabs that they transform into a stunning dining room table.

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12:30
PM
Episode 204

Jeff is called on to renovate a dated kitchen believed to be in the same spot as the original one that was built in the 1800s. He's also been tasked with transforming the adjacent mudroom and uncovering the original open-hearth fireplace hiding behind the kitchen wall. By restoring much of the kitchen's history, Jeff and team are able to bring in a classic farmhouse style to the home.

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1:00
PM
Episode 206

Jeff is recruited to restore a 1740 stone home that sits behind couple Kelly and Rob's suburban 1990s home. They call it the "little house," and it sat right in the middle of the action of one of the most famous Revolutionary War battles. Now, the little house sits unused, so they ask Jeff to restore as much history as he can and turn it into a space they can use for entertaining and relaxing. Jeff and his contractors discover a few surprises while unearthing the original fireplace, and Jeff also builds a colonial-inspired cage bar to add a stunning historic feature to the space.

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1:30
PM
Episode 208

Carpenter Jeff Devlin is called on by John and Karine to do a total restoration of their 1780 spring house, which is in dire need of help. The joists and floorboards are almost completely rotten, and the painted stone is crumbling. Jeff and his team face a number of challenges along the way as they attempt to turn the spring house into a comfortable place for guests to stay. In the end, the historic building is almost unrecognizable, and John and Karine are blown away by the result.

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2:00
PM
Episode 210

Carpenter Jeff Devlin is called on by Meghan and Justin to restore three historic spaces in their 1803 stone farmhouse. Jeff and his team get to work on the dining room, parlor and living room, and they uncover a massive surprise when they start digging into the walls of the parlor. Jeff also works on a custom pie safe, adding a historic piece of furniture to the dining room, and installs a stunning reclaimed tin ceiling in the living room.

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2:30
PM
Episode 212

Carpenter Jeff Devlin is recruited by a couple to do a true restoration of the original living room in their 1690s stone home. They also want Jeff and his team to enclose the attached vestibule to create a mudroom, but they'd like it to blend in with the rest of the home with stone walls and vintage windows.

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3:00
PM
Episode 214

A mother and daughter bring Jeff Devlin in to restore two rooms in the original portion of their 1751 stone home. Jeff and his team dive right in, giving the dining room a slightly formal farmhouse feel. The team then achieves a rustic and refined style in the bathroom that blows the owners away.

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3:30
PM
Episode 103

Carpenter Jeff Devlin restores a kitchen and living room in a 1760 farmhouse for Tracey and Scott, who now use it as a guest house. The house was the original structure on their farm, which now contains a newer main house and several out buildi. Jeff restores both spaces, bringing in a simple Shaker design to the kitchen and a rustic lodge feeling to the living room. He even searches their property for a beam to use for the mantel, and makes friends with a few farm animals along the way.

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4:00
PM
Episode 105

Carpenter Jeff Devlin meets up with Chris and Catherine, who own an amazing stone home built in 1760. The original home is flanked by two additions, one of which is an 1800s Center Colonial farmhouse, which is a style of house that features two identical spaces meant for entertaining. They ask Jeff to turn one space into a classic parlor with a bar area, and the other into a billiards room. They build an amazing bar with a mahogany top, restore an original mantel piece and Jeff works with a local blacksmith to create a custom light fixture to go over the pool table.

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4:30
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Episode 107

Carpenter Jeff Devlin is recruited by Steve and his son Ellis to take on the original 1740s section of their home in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The plaster walls are crumbling, the second floor is sagging and Steve and Ellis are at a loss for what to do with the space. Jeff and his team add reclaimed beams to reinforce the second floor, restore a bedroom and create a new dining and foyer space.

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5:00
PM
Episode 109

Carpenter Jeff Devlin meets up with John and Tina, who own a converted 1740s barn in West Chester, Pennsylvania. John and Tina need help with their awkward master bedroom and bath, which were part of the barn's conversion to a home in the 1940s. Jeff and his team peel back the layers to expose some of the original 1700s structure and bring in reclaimed materials to create a rustic, yet elegant, master suite.

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5:30
PM
Episode 111

Carpenter Jeff Devlin takes on a kitchen and living area in a rundown 1717 farmhouse. The original hardwood floors are a mess, the foyer and living room are drab and the kitchen addition doesn't match the character of the original house. Jeff and his team bring light to the front room by exposing a hidden transom window, and he scavenges their old barn for reclaimed items to create a farmhouse feel in the kitchen.

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6:00
PM
Episode 113

Jeff is recruited by friends Scott and Melanie to renovate the 1980s kitchen addition on their 1859 farmhouse. The previous owner did his best to preserve some 19th century style, but the layout doesn't work and the features are dated. Jeff and his team enhance the room's character with open shelving, a Victorian-style mudroom and built-in seating.

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6:30
PM
Episode 114

Carpenter Jeff Devlin and his team take on one of their most challenging projects, a dilapidated 1717 spring house. Homeowners Barbara and Joseph want to turn the spring house into a guest house with a writing space for author Barbara. The spring house was originally used to store fresh food, but hasn't been used since the early 1900s. Jeff and his team restore the original stone, sandblast years of paint off the rafters and convert the attic into an airy sleeping loft.

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7:00
PM
Episode 701

Rob and the ninjas are back in action looking for their next project, and Rob has his hands full with amazing properties. But, the house that speaks to Rob has big problems. Will the ninjas be able to see the potential?

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7:30
PM
Episode 702

Rob designs a VIP hibachi grill for the hero house with fiber-optic lights that change colors with the push of a button. It's safe to say the ninjas will be dining in style, so long as no one gets scorched in the process!

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8:00
PM
Episode 704

The kitchen's plain cabinets and countertops are a bore, but Rob has an idea to transform this dated space into a chef's retreat. Floor to ceiling sliders replace the far wall and provide a view to the ocean. Brand new appliances and a window backsplash bring this kitchen into the 21st century.

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8:30
PM
Episode 705

The current entryway is dated and hated, so the ninjas open up the space and add modern glass features and a high-tech elevator. Talk about taking things to the next level!

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9:00
PM
Episode 707

Rob and the ninjas give the master bath a clean and serene upgrade with luxurious finishes. New marble floors, an elegant vanity and an all-glass shower make this a relaxation station fit for royalty.

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9:30
PM
Episode 708

Rob overhauls the master bedroom and transforms it into an oasis with a view. Glass doors replace the entire wall and open up to a brand new balcony with its own spiral staircase. His final touch is a TV that drops from the ceiling, making channel surfing a breeze!

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10:00
PM
Episode 709

The ninjas are tasked with shaking up the main living room in this house and they're well prepared for the job! They install all-new lighting to brighten up the dark space while the newly installed ceiling tiles add a touch of glamour. The finishing touch is a fabulous sea-inspired chandelier that takes center stage bringing the spirit of the ocean indoors.

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10:30
PM
Episode 711

After taking a trip to the Kennedy Space Center, Rob gets an out-of-this-world idea for an outdoor water feature - a rocket-themed splash pad! The interstellar splash pad has all the bells and whistles including water jets and lights that make this outdoor oasis perfect for relaxing or just letting loose.

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11:00
PM
Episode 712

A great house is not complete without the ultimate garage and the ninjas know it has to be functional, organized and secure to protect the rides inside. Rob goes above and beyond on the project by adding a TV and lounge seating for a multifunctional space that shines. New pavers and a dazzling front gate make this one garage that's hard to drive by.

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11:30
PM
Episode 713

The hard work has been completed and it's time to reveal the masterpiece! Every inch of the house has been fully updated, customized and improved from the inside out. What emerges is a beautiful space perfect for entertaining, relaxing or just having fun. This home keeps it real and at the end of the day, that's what seals the deal.

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12:00
AM
Episode 707

Rob and the ninjas give the master bath a clean and serene upgrade with luxurious finishes. New marble floors, an elegant vanity and an all-glass shower make this a relaxation station fit for royalty.

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12:30
AM
Episode 708

Rob overhauls the master bedroom and transforms it into an oasis with a view. Glass doors replace the entire wall and open up to a brand new balcony with its own spiral staircase. His final touch is a TV that drops from the ceiling, making channel surfing a breeze!

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1:00
AM
Episode 709

The ninjas are tasked with shaking up the main living room in this house and they're well prepared for the job! They install all-new lighting to brighten up the dark space while the newly installed ceiling tiles add a touch of glamour. The finishing touch is a fabulous sea-inspired chandelier that takes center stage bringing the spirit of the ocean indoors.

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1:30
AM
Episode 711

After taking a trip to the Kennedy Space Center, Rob gets an out-of-this-world idea for an outdoor water feature - a rocket-themed splash pad! The interstellar splash pad has all the bells and whistles including water jets and lights that make this outdoor oasis perfect for relaxing or just letting loose.

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2:00
AM
Episode 712

A great house is not complete without the ultimate garage and the ninjas know it has to be functional, organized and secure to protect the rides inside. Rob goes above and beyond on the project by adding a TV and lounge seating for a multifunctional space that shines. New pavers and a dazzling front gate make this one garage that's hard to drive by.

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2:30
AM
Episode 713

The hard work has been completed and it's time to reveal the masterpiece! Every inch of the house has been fully updated, customized and improved from the inside out. What emerges is a beautiful space perfect for entertaining, relaxing or just having fun. This home keeps it real and at the end of the day, that's what seals the deal.

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3:00
AM
Episode 704

The kitchen's plain cabinets and countertops are a bore, but Rob has an idea to transform this dated space into a chef's retreat. Floor to ceiling sliders replace the far wall and provide a view to the ocean. Brand new appliances and a window backsplash bring this kitchen into the 21st century.

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3:30
AM
Episode 705

The current entryway is dated and hated, so the ninjas open up the space and add modern glass features and a high-tech elevator. Talk about taking things to the next level!

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4:30
AM
Episode 208F

Real estate agent Drew Levin and contractor Danny Perkins started their rental property business in 2007 when the real estate market was on a downturn. Now that it's recovered, the guys have to re-invent themselves if they want their properties to get noticed and stay rented. This time, they have $340,000 to invest and three properties to consider - which is good, because it gives them a better chance to find a place with the potential to really "wow" tenants. The first place is cute, five-bedroom, "grandma" style house that's listed for $250,000. The master suite has a weird vanity sink inside the bedroom, but everything else looks good...especially the blank basement, which the guys can turn into a great hangout space. The next house is a six-bedroom duplex, listed for $315,000. The lower unit is already rented, so the guys tour the upper unit, where they find decent looking rooms, but no wow factor. Upon second look, they realize the alcove in the L-shaped living room might work as a bar that would appeal to young, single tenants. Finally, they move on to a great looking three-bedroom listed at $220,000 - the lowest price yet. It has beautiful hardwood floors and a finished basement, but there's no room for improvement. Until they reach the attic, where Danny proposes raising the roof and building a huge master suite. When it comes time to make a decision, both Danny and Drew like the "roof removal" property, but it doesn't have the best rent potential. "Grandma's house" could pull in almost $3,000 in rent, but the "speakeasy" duplex would easily get $4,000 per month. The guys are excited to build their first bar, so they go all out with retro-style details, including silver damask wallpaper, faux tin ceiling panels, and custom-built cabinetry wrapped in leather panels and topped with a galvanized steel countertop. They also upgrade the bathroom down the hall with a new tile floor, a custom shelving unit that fits against the existing vanity, and an art deco inspired tub surround. With just $13,000 in renovations, the upper unit now stands out enough to bring in $2,600 per month in rent.

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