TV Schedule

Wednesday, Feb 28

7:00
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Episode 209

After meeting with the president of the Iowa Speedway, Don and the guys are hired to create three different tailgating games for the track's 25,000 fans to use on race days. Each game needs to tie into automobile history, but the shop is short on vintage car parts. To find enough pieces to work with, Don and Hal gain access to an auto graveyard which features hundreds of rusting cars just parked in a forest. Once back at the shop, Don has trouble getting Rex and Brian to complete the custom builds in the tight, two-week timeframe the track has requested. Something that's not helping his cause is Hal, who wants a new, mid-century modern mailbox for his own home and has secretly moved his pet project up to the front of the line.

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7:30
AM
Episode 109

Mike and Stephanie are building a new modular home that needs to be ready in time for their baby's due date. James and Kelly sell their first home to build a prefab in a better school district for their kids.

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8:00
AM
Episode 1409

Karla and Jay Childers try to renovate their outdated, 1980s kitchen. However, Karla and Jay are met with one setback after another, making them wonder if they're ever going to bring their kitchen into the 21st century.

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8:30
AM
Episode 101

When a family's inherited 60-year-old lakeside cabin needs updating and more room for gatherings, brothers Chase and Brock Jurgensen blow out the back wall to take over the huge porch. Now bright with a cozy wraparound view of the lake, the rustic-modern interior features a breakfast bar and touches of branches, barnwood and cables, while outside is a new pergola and handmade barnwood table for fair weather meals.

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9:00
AM
Episode 103

Chase and Brock use salvaged items and reclaimed materials to create bright, fully functional guest quarters in the dark and unsafe storage space of an original World War II Quonset hut. The sleeping area features custom beds and the kitchen is built out with handmade butcher block countertops.

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9:30
AM
Episode 105

Brock and Chase update a fourth-generation family cabin on Lake Charlotte, Minnesota. They give one room a bigger feel with new paint and a custom barnwood-framed window, and a breakfast nook adds a great space for family gatherings.

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10:00
AM
Episode 107

Brock and Chase gut a lakeside retro guesthouse and give it a floor-to-ceiling rustic overhaul. They replace laminate flooring with wood, make a custom live-edge kitchen island the centerpiece and add a hand-milled timber door frame to accent the main room.

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10:30
AM
Episode 109

Brock and Chase are giving a lake house much-needed updates starting with getting rid of the rubber flooring, carpet and dated accordion door. Then, Brock creates one-of-a-kind barnwood wall art and sliding barnwood doors to add bright and modern home rustic charm.

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11:00
AM
Episode 110

Brock and Chase tackle a lake house and turn it into a midcentury modern oasis by giving the existing fireplace an easy-to-use gas insert and creating a custom entertainment center with a barnwood backdrop.

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11:30
AM
Episode 108

Chase and Brock transform a lackluster 1990s-looking family cabin by giving it a beautiful open floor plan. The living room, dining area and kitchen come alive when the brothers add a large center island with handmade wood stools and ceiling beams designed to look like original timber framing.

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12:00
PM
Episode 106

Brock and Chase tackle an old river cabin and transform the living space with timber beams, wood floors and a custom entertainment center. Then, a wood slat wall defines the space and is accented by a custom black walnut kitchen island with hand-wrought metal legs.

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12:30
PM
Episode 104

Chase and Brock transform a dark 1950s cabin to give a family the entertaining space they've always wanted. They remove paneling and knock down walls to create an open kitchen for the living area, dining room and lakefront patio. Then, they replace old carpet with new flooring that's perfect for going barefoot.

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1:00
PM
Episode 109

Chase Morrill and his team renovate an off-the-grid hunting cabin deep in the woods of Oxford, Maine. Working with a budget of $20,000 and a time frame of six weeks, their goal is to get the cabin done before winter comes.

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2:00
PM
Episode 110

Builder Chase Morrill and his team are called in to renovate a camp uniquely situated on two ponds. With winter right around the corner, Chase knows they need to hustle in order to complete the renovation, but the wet weather and a slew of other setbacks may interfere with finishing in time for the homeowner's Thanksgiving get-together.

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3:00
PM
Episode 111

Chase Morrill and his team are called in to renovate two A-frame cabins in Maine's Sugarloaf Valley. With only six weeks to accomplish both renovations, Chase splits the team down the middle. Stakes are high as a friendly wager allows the winning team to dress the losing team up at dinner.

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4:00
PM
Episode 209H

Builder Chase Morrill and his team travel to a secluded piece of land close to Desert Pond to help a couple turn their forgotten shack into a relaxing retreat. The couple has big ambitions for the one-room space, which means the crew will be stretched with a $30,000 budget and only four weeks to finish the project.

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5:00
PM
Episode 213H

Builder Chase Morrill and his team take on a project along the Kennebec River in Caratunk, Maine. They're challenged with taking a shell of a cabin that was moved to its current property from Lake Moxie and renovating it to create a small efficiency home for family and friends to stay when they visit. The timeline and budget aren't the only challenges the team will face, however, as the remote location provides its own set of problems.

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6:00
PM
Episode 211H

A family has the resources to give their Lincolnville, Maine, cabin the love it deserves now that their four children are almost done with college. However, the crew has their hands full with this job because the cabin has been neglected for 25 years and corners were cut in the original build.

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7:00
PM
Episode 206

Brett Waterman helps a young family with two small children restore their home after a failed attempt to restore it themselves. The house in Redlands, CA, has been in the family for generations so Brett's eye for historical accuracy is much needed. It's a big job, but Brett is up to the task of restoring the home to its architectural glory while simultaneously creating the modern functionality needed for a young family.

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8:00
PM
Episode 205

Preservationist Brett Waterman helps an engaged couple restore their 1901 neoclassical Victorian home, including a new kitchen and bathroom, before their big wedding day. Brett begins work on this strict timeline by removing additions to create a spacious kitchen, stripping dated wallpaper and adding many original elements along the way to make this the home of the happy couple's dreams.

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9:00
PM
Episode 208

A young couple seeks Brett's help restoring their big 1900 Victorian Farmhouse in time for their wedding. They're hoping Brett can design a rustic kitchen, update the laundry area and add light to the interior rooms that were closed off by past modifications. Excited by the challenge, Brett creates a design plan that allows light into the house while retaining the integrity of the grand old Victorian all in time for the happy couple's big day.

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10:00
PM
Episode 101

Tamara Day tackles the battered kitchen of her new property, an 1897 bungalow. She enlarges and modernizes the space while preserving traditional elements of a bungalow kitchen. Tamara and her dad hunt for a suitably sized island. After deciding on a style, she helps construct the cabinets. Working with her team she injects new life into the area she calls the heart of the home.

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10:30
PM
Episode 102

Tamara Day transforms a bedroom as she continues renovating an 1897 bungalow. Knowing modern buyers expect a master suite, Tamara annexes a second room to enlarge the tiny closet and add a bathroom. Tamara and her dad find a tub that would be a perfect match, but it's painted black. A missing fireplace tile may create a problem, but she's determined to transform the space into a luxurious master suite.

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11:00
PM
Episode 103

A previous contractor ripped an 1890s Craftsman-style home down to the studs before abandoning it, and Tamara Day is stepping in to finish the renovation and save the house. She repairs substantial structural damage and tears down a load-bearing wall to enlarge the tiny kitchen. An exterior iron staircase presents problems for both the curb appeal and progress on the renovations, and missing spindles from the original staircase send Tamara to the wood shop to create exact replicas.

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11:30
PM
Episode 104

Renovations continue on Tamara Day's 1890s Craftsman home, as she enlarges the master bedroom and creates a beautiful study with a unique light fixture. She runs into a hiccup when she can't salvage enough antique tiles for the bathroom floor, but after needing to replace numerous windows, Tamara finds an uncommon way to reuse the old glass in the master bath.

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12:00
AM
Episode 208

A young couple seeks Brett's help restoring their big 1900 Victorian Farmhouse in time for their wedding. They're hoping Brett can design a rustic kitchen, update the laundry area and add light to the interior rooms that were closed off by past modifications. Excited by the challenge, Brett creates a design plan that allows light into the house while retaining the integrity of the grand old Victorian all in time for the happy couple's big day.

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1:00
AM
Episode 101

Tamara Day tackles the battered kitchen of her new property, an 1897 bungalow. She enlarges and modernizes the space while preserving traditional elements of a bungalow kitchen. Tamara and her dad hunt for a suitably sized island. After deciding on a style, she helps construct the cabinets. Working with her team she injects new life into the area she calls the heart of the home.

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1:30
AM
Episode 102

Tamara Day transforms a bedroom as she continues renovating an 1897 bungalow. Knowing modern buyers expect a master suite, Tamara annexes a second room to enlarge the tiny closet and add a bathroom. Tamara and her dad find a tub that would be a perfect match, but it's painted black. A missing fireplace tile may create a problem, but she's determined to transform the space into a luxurious master suite.

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2:00
AM
Episode 103

A previous contractor ripped an 1890s Craftsman-style home down to the studs before abandoning it, and Tamara Day is stepping in to finish the renovation and save the house. She repairs substantial structural damage and tears down a load-bearing wall to enlarge the tiny kitchen. An exterior iron staircase presents problems for both the curb appeal and progress on the renovations, and missing spindles from the original staircase send Tamara to the wood shop to create exact replicas.

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2:30
AM
Episode 104

Renovations continue on Tamara Day's 1890s Craftsman home, as she enlarges the master bedroom and creates a beautiful study with a unique light fixture. She runs into a hiccup when she can't salvage enough antique tiles for the bathroom floor, but after needing to replace numerous windows, Tamara finds an uncommon way to reuse the old glass in the master bath.

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3:00
AM
Episode 205

Preservationist Brett Waterman helps an engaged couple restore their 1901 neoclassical Victorian home, including a new kitchen and bathroom, before their big wedding day. Brett begins work on this strict timeline by removing additions to create a spacious kitchen, stripping dated wallpaper and adding many original elements along the way to make this the home of the happy couple's dreams.

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4:30
AM
Episode 102F

Brett Waterman is the ultimate historic house flipper.  His goal?  To restore old properties of all architectural styles to their original intentions.  From Spanish Villas to Old Craftsmans and everything in between, he brings his cowboy passion for American restoration to every project. In this episode Brett tackles the kitchen and back yard.

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