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Tuesday, Mar 10

6:30
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Episode 208

Tom McNeill is a hard-working research scientist who has recently moved into a gorgeous new Tuscan-style home. He needs help turning his entry foyer and courtyard into cozy and inviting spaces where he can do some entertaining as well as spend quality time alone, decompressing from the pressures of the laboratory. The entry foyer is a bare, monochrome circular space that formerly housed a fountain. The foyer leads into a magnificent open-air courtyard that is also unfurnished and bare. The courtyard features a large unused fireplace, and is surrounded by high, bare stucco walls. Donna begins the transformation in the entry foyer, where she installs a classic Italianesque stone fountain. She paints the formerly drab circular ceiling space a rich two-tone terracotta hue, and anchors it with Old-World style wrought iron chandelier. The archway leading to the courtyard is stenciled with an intricate grapevine scroll. Donna fills the formerly bare courtyard with comfortable and inviting outdoor furniture made of durable all-weather wicker, with cushions and pillows in tones of green and tan, also of a durable, all-weather fabric. On one wall, Donna mounts a custom-made mixed media piece of wall art, featuring colorful stones that match the colors of the fabric in the cushions of the chairs below. Upstairs, Donna hangs a wrought iron and candle chandelier from the ceiling of a covered balcony overlooking the courtyard, and fills the covered space with comfortable chairs and tasteful accessories. Back at her house, Donna takes on a project to transform a dark wood chest of drawers into a vanity for her guest bathroom. She wants the newly christened vanity to match an antique off-white chest of drawers in the bathroom. She and Tiffany paint the wood chest white, and apply a brown glaze to give it an antique look. They also apply an intricate raised stencil pattern to the face, using plaster to create the relief. To economize, Donna uses an inexpensive porcelain birdbath for the sink, resulting in a unique and stylish vanity that is functional, yet certain to be a conversation piece.

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7:00
AM
Episode 801

CORE agent Vickey Barron's worldly clients, Nava and her husband, have moved overseas and want to sell their two-bedroom apartment as soon as possible. Vickey has to convince her clients that a big event focusing on her client's love of international culture and art—a documentary film fundraiser—will attract potential buyers and brokers and create buzz while doing something great for the community. The Kleiers are approached by top PR agent Alison Brod to find a high-end, short-term rental for a documentary filmmaker with particular taste. He wants to live in a luxury apartment for the duration of shooting his film, but, all he can offer in exchange for a swanky pad is exposure in the film itself.

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7:30
AM
Episode 312

Renee, and her daughters love hosting foreign exchange students, but haven't been able to since moving into their cramped space. Designer/ contractor Chip Wade turns their cavernous basement into a bright and fun living space for the family and their visitors to enjoy, with multi-level spaces for students to study and sleep.

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8:00
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Episode 309

David and Kerstin Adelman often have family visiting for long periods of time so they want to use their unfinished basement as a guest suite and family room. Designer/contractor Chip Wade rips out the back wall and installs a glass panel window to open the space up. He adds custom milled wood paneling through out and since David loves to make home made beer, Chip has an electric brewing system installed.

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8:30
AM
Episode 304

Tom and Beverly Maiellaro and their 3 boys have out grown their house and they can't agree on wether they want stay or find a new home. Designer/contractor Chip Wade wants to convince Tom that he can renovate the kitchen and living space to hold large gatherings. Chip starts with tearing down walls to create great room, and renovates the kitchen to accommodate Tom's cooking needs with a custom walnut and maple butcher block, a new pantry with a unique sliding counter top to hide messes when entertaining. and to keep the boys entertained Chip builds a den area with built in seating and storage.

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9:00
AM
Episode 307

High school sweethearts Renee and Michael Wymer's house has a lot of history. Renee grew up in the house that they bought from her dad, but it's too small for their family of four. Designer/contractor Chip Wade reconfigures the house to better utilize the space. He knocks down all the walls between the kitchen, dinning room and outdoor porch to create a huge open and airy space. In the kitchen he installs new ceiling high shelving with moveable glass panels, and builds a beautiful sunken floor dining area with a custom dinning table that expands into the outdoor deck, and converts into outdoor seating.

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9:30
AM
Episode 208

When Bart and Kristin first saw their home, they immediately fell in love with its charm and history. But once they moved in they realized that the layout of the 1930's house was not functional at all! Now a nagging question haunts Kristin and Bart: can a renovation fix the problems they have with the home or would it be better to move to a new house that would fit their needs? Designer/Contractor Chip Wade shows them the reality of what moving would really mean to their wallet, and presents them with a plan to stay in their current home. But it's a rough road as Kristin is a lot more attached to the house than she realizes and she threatens to stop down the renovation.

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10:00
AM
Episode 210

The Perez family needs a space in their home to stay fit. With three growing boys who are avid soccer players, mom who enjoys the martial arts and dad who is intent on losing weight and getting healthy, they figured that working out as a family is the best motivation for everyone. The family enlists Designer/Contractor Chip Wade to help them build a home fitness center that would cater to everyone's interests. But Chip and his team have their work cutout for them converting a small, dusty attic space into a home gym with enough space to address all the family's desires.

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10:30
AM
Episode 302

Sara and Josh Howell are a young couple with a little daughter and one on the way. Their master suite has become the epicenter of the home and they need more space to congregate. Designer/contractor Chip Wade creates an open floor plan by utilizing the unused rooms nearby. He remodels the master bathroom to include a custom tub with a molded seat made from a light weight concrete product. He opens access to the nursery by installing a swinging partition wall, allowing them to keep an eye on the baby with the option to close the door for privacy. Then to create a living room space, Chip installs a retractable bed that pushes into the wall to become a couch. This one of a kind bedroom is now works as a family space as well as master suite.

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11:00
AM
Episode 301

Peter and Allison bought a house midway through the renovation process of the second floor, tired of living in a construction zone, they call on designer/ contractor Chip Wade to complete the project. Chip creates a striking bath room for her, a huge picture window for him, and a custom moving bed.

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11:30
AM
Episode 212

The Francis family is ready for a change. Their galley style kitchen isn't spacious enough for their growing family. It's become normal for them to eat on the couch in the family room while watching TV. Robert and Tricia want to have an open floor plan with a gourmet kitchen and dining area that would allow them to eat at a table as a family and perhaps even throw a party. To give them the Great Room of their dreams, Designer/Contractor Chip Wade must decide between building an addition or reconfiguring the square footage of their current space.

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12:00
PM
Episode 7012

Tired of constantly feeling cramped in their modest starter home, Brandon and Anna are looking for a more updated, spacious house to start a future family. The problem is that Brandon has a very specific vision for their new place. He wants an impressive home with a grand entrance and great curb appeal in one of Tulsa's more upscale neighborhoods. His wife has more practical concerns, like a nice kitchen and bath, and carpeting for their little dog to run on.

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12:30
PM
Episode 6009

All work and no play, TV Exec Fiona thought she had it all. But after she and husband Craig started a family, she knew their pace of life had to change. So when he was offered a job in his native Tasmania, he knew there they could spend more time together as a family. But in this tiny property market, she's not sure if she's ready to compromise the rustic life she's dreamt of for his desire to live in a modern home. Watch when House Hunters International jumps feet first on the island state of Tasmania.

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1:00
PM
Episode 305

Anastasia and Eric have outgrown their rental house in Orange County, California and are ready to buy a place of their own. While they'd both like something with vintage charm, Eric still wants the space to be modern; his wife is more concerned that it be single story since she's afraid of tripping on stairs. Once they purchase a place, they immediately embark upon extensive renovations, including an total overhaul of the outdated kitchen. Early in the process, however, Anastasia has to learn to manage her expectations when things don't go exactly as planned. Watch as this couple overcomes the challenges of living through a renovation, and see the great payoff as their beautiful new space comes together.

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2:00
PM
Episode 302

Wisconsin couple Lori and Cory have their heart set on purchasing a vacation home in the Hollywood Hills. Lori is hoping for something with a beachy feel, while her husband Cory is more interested in a mid-century modern style house. They are eager to do renovation, which is a good thing since the place they purchase needs a total overhaul. However, they quickly realize that managing a whole house renovation from across the country is easier said than done. And even though living in another state has its challenges, watch as they transform the space into the vacation home of their dreams.

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3:00
PM
Episode 407

Pentagon City, Virgina residents Seth and Simchah are ready to upgrade from apartment living and get more space for themselves and their young daughter. They both work in nearby Washington D.C. and are hoping to find a place that has train access. Simchah is targeting a light and bright Hamptons style home. She especially wants a white kitchen with Carrerra marble countertops. Seth prefers a city-like loft with a low-maintenance yard. They're comfortable doing renovations, since they know that their $525,000 budget will most likely buy them a fixer-upper in the pricey Virgina suburbs. Once they agree on a home, Seth and Simchah immediately begin renovations only to have their contractor uncover major structural and safety concerns in the master bathroom and kitchen. It takes the crew extra time, money and resources to shore up the house before progress can move forward. And even though their patience and $50,000 budget is put to the test, Seth & Simchah end up with a beautifully updated home that includes Simchah's dream kitchen.

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4:00
PM
Episode 310

Newleyweds Andrew and Caitlin are ready to buy their first home together. Andrew, a pastor, hopes to buy in Burbank, CA, near their church. He'd love a crafstman style place, whereas Caitlin is more interested in a traditional style home. They're okay with a fixer-upper, and once they get the keys to their new home, overhauls of the kitchen and bathroom get underway. Caitlin quickly becomes overwhelmed with the amount of work they've taken on, and wants nothing more than to get through the reno as quickly as possible. All of their hard work pays off, when after several months of construction they are able to enjoy a beautiful space all their own.

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5:00
PM
Episode 409

Newlyweds Eric and Erin have been living with roomates to save money for their first home. They're now ready to ditch their frat lifestyle and set out on their own, but agreeing on what house to buy may cause a hiccup in their marital bliss. While they disagree on architectural style, they share the same love for entertaining and wanting a kitchen that's big enough for both of them to cook in. After much bickering and debate they agree on a cozy single family home with good bones and begin demolition right away. Looking for a design plan and details that are a little outside-the-box they turn to seasoned designer Samantha Knapp. With Sam's vivid imagination and keen sense of color and style their house is transformed from a bland box to a stunning retreat, but getting there is no easy task. The road to perfection is paved with perspiration, pitfalls and plenty of ups and downs. In the end all the shenanigans cease and the renovation comes together for a fanciful masterpiece like you've never seen before.

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6:00
PM
Episode HHUTR-411ZH

Chris, Erin, and their baby Sebastian have been living in Chris's native Australia. But Australia's high cost of living and wanting to be closer to Erin's parents has prompted them to move back to her hometown of Milton, MA. They've been living with her family as they search for a place of their own. Erin is clear that she doesn't want a Cape Cod home, which she feels is all too common in New England. She'd prefer a contemporary split-level; Chris loves all things modern, paired with rustic elements like exposed beams. Of utmost importance is finding an in-law suite for Chris's parents, who visit for months at a time from Australia. They have a max budget of $600,000 which includes buying furniture and any renovations the place might need. Once they agree on a home, renovations begin straightaway, since Chris's parents are coming to visit in only 9 weeks. With a tight turnaround and rising costs, Chris & Erin struggle to finish extensive kitchen and basement updates in time for their guests.

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7:00
PM
Episode 509

Brent and John love their current Los Angeles house, but it's right in the flight path of LAX. They're ready to move to the quieter San Fernando Valley, and have a budget of up to $700,000 to spend. With the help of realtor Michael Bergin, Brent is hoping to find something with a mid-century modern feel, while John prefers a comfortable ranch-style house. Once they settle on a place, they waste no time starting demo. In their kitchen, they bring in designer Jolene Kraus to help update the space to match their tastes and cooking needs.

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8:00
PM
Episode 211

Chip and Joanna Gaines take Jill and Josh Barrett on a tour through three houses in the established neighborhood of Wooded Acres. They're looking for a house that will accommodate Josh's four kids and the couple's new baby on the way. The Barretts want a home with a unique look, an open floor plan and an amazing kitchen. They'd like a house that's fun and fresh. A house that's a new slate for them representing their new life together. The Gaines offer an eclectic group of houses from traditional to contemporary.

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9:00
PM
Episode 212

Chip and Joanna Gaines take Angela and Yanett Silva on a tour through three houses in the small town of Lorena, Texas. Yanett left Venezuela to offer her children a better life. Then Angela moves her mother Yanett and son Julian from Tallahassee to Texas to pursue a dream job at a spacecraft design company based in Waco. This three-generation family is ready to settle down, and is looking for a house to share with at least 3-bedrooms and two baths, and plenty of space for everyone inside and out. They want a home that offers a country lifestyle but with a modern edge.

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10:00
PM
Episode 314

In this episode we revisit some of our most memorable buyers, including an outspoken Dallas couple who bought their first home and undertook a whole-house renovation to make it perfect. Then we'll catch up with a couple in Vancouver, B.C., who have transformed their house into a cozy family retreat over the last seven years. And finally, we'll return to Montana, where young newlyweds have earned their beautiful renovation with a lot of sweat equity.

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10:30
PM
Episode 7707

Jay was living a great life in Portland, Oregon but when he saw a job posting for a General Manager of an Australian baseball team he decided it was time to get back to his love of baseball and hopefully get the job of his dreams. When he was in Brisbane for the job interview he stumbled upon a bar and stumbled into the girl of his dreams. Not only did he get the job – he got the girl. Now Jay and Belinda are taking the leap and moving in together. He's taking a chance on love… and baseball.

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11:00
PM
Episode 208

Chip and Joanna Gaines take Kristin and Brandon Haire on a tour through the Western Hills neighborhood in Waco, Texas. Western Hills is an established neighborhood near Lake Waco, known for its big trees and big lots. This is the first house for the Haires to own together, and they're looking for a home to settle down in to create memories with their two young children. They're looking for a home with 4-bedrooms, an open floor plan and a nice yard for their kids to play in. Chip Gaines says the Haires aren't asking for the moon but they're going to get it within a $210,000 budget.

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12:00
AM
Episode 212

Chip and Joanna Gaines take Angela and Yanett Silva on a tour through three houses in the small town of Lorena, Texas. Yanett left Venezuela to offer her children a better life. Then Angela moves her mother Yanett and son Julian from Tallahassee to Texas to pursue a dream job at a spacecraft design company based in Waco. This three-generation family is ready to settle down, and is looking for a house to share with at least 3-bedrooms and two baths, and plenty of space for everyone inside and out. They want a home that offers a country lifestyle but with a modern edge.

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1:00
AM
Episode 314

In this episode we revisit some of our most memorable buyers, including an outspoken Dallas couple who bought their first home and undertook a whole-house renovation to make it perfect. Then we'll catch up with a couple in Vancouver, B.C., who have transformed their house into a cozy family retreat over the last seven years. And finally, we'll return to Montana, where young newlyweds have earned their beautiful renovation with a lot of sweat equity.

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1:30
AM
Episode 7707

Jay was living a great life in Portland, Oregon but when he saw a job posting for a General Manager of an Australian baseball team he decided it was time to get back to his love of baseball and hopefully get the job of his dreams. When he was in Brisbane for the job interview he stumbled upon a bar and stumbled into the girl of his dreams. Not only did he get the job – he got the girl. Now Jay and Belinda are taking the leap and moving in together. He's taking a chance on love… and baseball.

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2:00
AM
Episode 208

Chip and Joanna Gaines take Kristin and Brandon Haire on a tour through the Western Hills neighborhood in Waco, Texas. Western Hills is an established neighborhood near Lake Waco, known for its big trees and big lots. This is the first house for the Haires to own together, and they're looking for a home to settle down in to create memories with their two young children. They're looking for a home with 4-bedrooms, an open floor plan and a nice yard for their kids to play in. Chip Gaines says the Haires aren't asking for the moon but they're going to get it within a $210,000 budget.

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3:00
AM
Episode 211

Chip and Joanna Gaines take Jill and Josh Barrett on a tour through three houses in the established neighborhood of Wooded Acres. They're looking for a house that will accommodate Josh's four kids and the couple's new baby on the way. The Barretts want a home with a unique look, an open floor plan and an amazing kitchen. They'd like a house that's fun and fresh. A house that's a new slate for them representing their new life together. The Gaines offer an eclectic group of houses from traditional to contemporary.

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