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Thursday, Jul 9

6:30
AM
Episode 201

Anthony and John team up with Ellen Degeneres to create a life-changing surprise for a family who have dedicated themselves to our country despite suffering personal setbacks. Military Veterans Alex and Heather Stephenson bought their home with the hopes of finally planting roots with their three young kids after years of constantly moving. But just after closing on the home, Heather suffered a dangerous auto accident that derailed their plans to address the house's many needs. With her amazing recovery complete, Ellen flies the family out for a sunny L.A. vacation while the Cousins corral local Veterans, town officials and citizens who are eager to help give the Stephensons the dream home they always wanted, complete with a modern exterior and rustic flourishes inside amid the repairs and renovations to their kitchen, living room and master suite.

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7:30
AM
Episode 201

Best buddies Randy and Frank are passionate about reinventing found objects. They'll take on BFF's Susie and Michelle, who'd rather be at a flea market than on vacation. The hunt starts at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market in New Milford, Connecticut with $500 to spend on their Flip List projects: Industrial Design, A Work of Art and an Ugly Duckling. But a battle heats up in the workshop when one team's love letters turns into hate mail for their opponents. Hosted by Designer/Flea Market fanatic and Good Morning America Co-Anchor Lara Spencer.

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8:00
AM
Episode 103

Lara Spencer (Designer/Flea Market expert and Good Morning America Anchor) and her amazing design team help Nick and Jenet & Jon and Melissa completely transform a room in their homes. In the first story, Nick and Jenet need help changing their brown living room with awkward angles into an elegant parlor room. Lara and the team shop at flea markets, yard sales, estate sales and consignment shops to find affordable furniture that they can update with chic style. After upcycling all the used furniture, Lara and the team start the installation. A fight over the curtains causes delays, a misbegotten desk becomes an issues and the layout of the room proves be the biggest challenge. In the end, Lara hopes the family will love the final outcome. In the second story, newlyweds John and Melissa are stuck in the past! Their bedroom was previously John's parent's bedroom, with the same furniture in the exact same layout. Melissa has put her foot down and wants a change. Lara and her team take on the challenge and finds second hand furniture at yard sales, flea markets and consignment shops. While shopping, Lara finds a gorgeous antique bench that she plans on refurbishing. One of her rules is to always do the sit test. As Lara sits down.. she breaks right through the bench! You break, you buy! The team transforms all the found treasures, including the broken bench. Lara also reinvents John and Melissa's bed into a canopy bed, which is no easy task and causes problems for the team. Also during the installation, a beautiful mirror falls complete apart and must be saved. Can the team fix all the problems in time? And what will John and Melissa think of their new bedroom? Will it finally be a place of their very own?

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9:00
AM
Episode 101

Jen and Alon make their plea to Lara and her design team to transform their completely empty and forgotten living room. They want a warm, sophisticated space to enjoy with their three young daughters. Lara Spencer (Designer/Flea Market expert and Good Morning America Co-Anchor) and her amazing design team take on the challenge! With a shopping budget of fifteen hundred dollars, Lara finds great one-of-a-kind furniture pieces. Using a little elbow grease and a lot of love, Lara and her team transform and customize the second hand treasures into works of art. But not everything goes smoothly. The sofa is accidently recovered in the wrong fabric and the coffee table breaks during the installation. Will Lara and the team overcome the hurdles? And what will the family think once the room is revealed? In the second space, Steph and Arleigh have a dark, awkward basement that needs a complete overhaul. The room has weird nooks, plumbing pipes, AC ducts and 70's ceiling tiles. It's an eyesore and this will be a huge design challenge! But Lara is up to the task. Lara and the team find worn-out furniture pieces, loaded with potential at yard sales, flea markets and estate sales. After everything is refurbished and repurposed, the team has to deal with a challenging installation. Will they be able to figure out a layout for this asymmetrical room? And will the family like it once it's revealed?

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10:00
AM
Episode 104

Lara Spencer (Designer/Flea Market expert and Good Morning America Anchor) and her amazing design team help Fred and Ingrid completely renovate their storage basement into a chic Moroccan inspired family room. To do this, Lara and the team hunt for second-hand treasures at estate sales, flea markets and consignment shops to transform into chic pieces. An old hutch is updated with a Moroccan twist, a 50s television is turned into a media console, a rustic game table is repainted with an amazing ornate window pattern and two salvaged doors are redesigned as a new custom sliding door. Not everything works out as planned. There's problems with the paint on the table and the installation proves challenging. Eventually the team figures the perfect layout but what will the family think of their new Moroccan inspired entertainment room? For the second family, Lara and the team re-envision Tim and Aimee's kitchen into kitchen and dinning area. Aimee is a breast cancer survivor who wants to have a party to thank her friends and family for supporting her and her family. Lara decides to modernize this space in a blue and yellow palette. Lara and the team track down great used pieces at flea markets, estate sales and consignment shops that can be recycled, reimagined and repurposed. A broke down table proves to be unsalvageable as it breaks while being updated and the team must find solutions on the fly. The kitchen gets a complete demo while the team makes over the room with completely redone second-hand scores. Problems arise but everything is resolved that is until Lara finds out that Tim and Aimee don't like the color yellow which is key to her design in the room! What will the family think once their new kitchen with lots of yellow is revealed?

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11:00
AM
Episode 102

Lara Spencer (Designer/Flea Market expert and Good Morning America Anchor) and her amazing design team are on the case for Scott and Allesandra. Turning a kid's playroom into a glamorous dining room. Lara and Sam, her fabric guru, take a tour of the space and decide to create a Hollywood Regency style dining room. To do this, they need to find some diamonds in the rough for the space and shop flea markets, yard sales, estate sales and consignment shops. They find some great but worn-out pieces but cannot find the right dining room table. After some deep digging, Lara finds a great dinning table at a consignment shop. Lara's team refurbishes all the second-hand scores and gives the space a custom paint job. To honor the history of the space, Lara works with Scott and Allesandra's children to create a special art project. The installation gets hectic for the whole team as they scramble to get the room done. And what will Scott and Allesandra think of the room once its reveal with all the super glamorous second-hand finds? In the second story, Lara and the team help Irv and Alexis with their abandoned den. At one time, it was the hub of the house but then suffered a mold problem and now has become a sad storage room. Lara chooses to go a different route with this room - she wants to use a variety fabrics and patterns to give this room a fun and funky vibe. To make this a reality, Lara and Sam go shopping at flea markets, estates sales and second hand stores to find used furniture pieces that can be reupholstered with the new fabric choices. Irv and Alexis also have a few sentimental pieces Lara must weave into her design as well, such as Aunt Lil's very outdated Settees and original artwork from Irv's father. Once they have all the furniture pieces, the team paints and reupholsters the new treasures. They create custom pieces for the space and even base the color scheme for the room on Irv's father's artwork. As the installation gets underway and the team is under a time crunch Sam and Bob get into a battle over the curtains which Lara must play peacemaker to resolve. But will the fight between Sam and Bob derail the makeover? And will Irv and Alexis like how Lara and the team reimagined their family heirlooms and their refurb'ed den?

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12:00
PM
Episode 7601

Newlyweds, Troy and Tammy, are searching communities an hour south of Salt Lake City for a 3 bed, 2 bath home. They have a budget of $180,000, but are not on the same page when it comes to what they want in their first place. Tammy is looking for a single family fixer, while Troy is pushing for a move-in ready condo or townhouse. Adding to the challenge, 6'6" Troy needs high ceilings and a tall shower. Tammy, on the other hand, wants a white kitchen and, as a couponer, a large pantry. With a combined sibling count of 17 brothers and sisters between them, they also need enough entertaining space for family gatherings.

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12:30
PM
Episode 4902

Amber always dreamed of becoming a veterinarian, and when she was accepted into school in St. Kitts, husband Chris joins her to help make her dreams come true. They long to enjoy life on this idyllic island together, but with their home search already hindered by limited means and tight spring break timeframe, it's also divided by shifting priorities; she's determined to stay on budget while he's focused on everyday comforts as House Hunters International takes the leap into St. Kitts.

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1:00
PM
Episode 109

For years Frederick and Carina have been in search of the perfect place to call home and raise their three kids. They've tested the waters of Boston, Houston and even Miami. In the end, they realized what they really wanted was a life outside a city. They had vacationed in Key Largo many years before, loved it and wondered if it be possible to actually make a place like that their home.

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1:30
PM
Episode 108

Rob and Suzanne live right outside Boston and lead very busy lives. Being busy professionals with demanding jobs doesn't leave much time for relaxation. They've been going to Martha's Vineyard for over ten years and each year they have fallen in love with the island more and more. Now, they've decided to make the island their permanent home and are hunting for a house with historic charm where they can leave the stress of their former lives behind.

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2:00
PM
Episode 114

David, a Coast Guard Rescue Swimmer, and his wife Ashley, a stay-at-home mom of a 5- and 2- year old, have lived in Hawaii since they married in 2007. Now, the Coast Guard is transferring them from Hawaii to David's first choice assignment: Kodiak Island, Alaska.

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2:30
PM
Episode 111

Josh Goffin and Stephanie Clabaugh are two peas in a pod. They refer to themselves as water babies, having been born and raised within a 5-minute drive of the Puget Sound. They could never live anywhere far away from water.

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3:00
PM
Episode 105

Tracey grew up in Maine and visited Mount Desert Island all through her childhood. She introduced JC, her husband, to the island and he immediately loved it. JC and Tracey moved to Bethel, Maine a few years ago before getting married. Now parents to a three-year-old son, they've decided to fulfill a lifelong dream and make Mt. Desert Island their home permanently.

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3:30
PM
Episode 101

Matt and Tom are an adventurous young couple hailing from Chicago, Illinois.

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4:00
PM
Episode 107

Nantucket is special for Jason and Courtney: it's where they first met, and now they're getting married on the island this summer. While Jason has lived on Nantucket for the past 10 years, Courtney has only visited--but after meeting him she quickly fell in love with both Jason and the island and decided to join him there.

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4:30
PM
Episode 112

Chris and Laura both grew up in the Midwest and met in Iowa. Chris does consulting work for dental offices and travels a lot--up to 38 times a year-- while Laura is a writer who works from home while they raise their 5-year-old daughter and 3 year-old son. When the opportunity arose for Chris to relocate for work and not travel as much, they were given the choice of New York City, Salt Lake City, or the San Juan Islands. The Pacific Northwest island location was their pick right off the bat. They immediately fell in love with it and everything it had to offer.

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5:00
PM
Episode 102

Pablo and Michelle are a newly engaged couple with a romantic story. On their first date Pablo took Michelle on a romantic helicopter ride around Los Angeles and it was love at first flight! The couple now resides in vibrant town of Homestead, FL, near South Beach. Although Pablo has enjoyed the Keys since he was a child, they became even more special to him with Michelle in his life. The Keys are a part of their love story. What started as a yearly romantic getaway blossomed into island visits that they'd plan as much as possible.

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5:30
PM
Episode 106

John and Megan married on Mount Desert Island seven years ago and Megan grew up going to the island with her family. They met in Richmond, VA, where they have both lived for most of their lives. In Richmond, they live on a very hip, urban street with a vibrant social atmosphere. Even though they've enjoyed living there, they're ready and looking forward to finding a home in a quieter, quaint, more scenic and natural location close to parks and the ocean. Mount Desert Island was a clear choice for them since it's their favorite vacation spot. While tourism is huge on the Island, it still maintains a small town feel, almost indicative of another era entirely.

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6:00
PM
Episode 103

Eric proposed to Shontae only two weeks into their relationship sixteen years ago..

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6:30
PM
Episode 110

Stephen and Beth lead a hectic lifestyle in Cincinnati, Ohio. Stephen is CFO of a company and Beth is a busy stay-at-home mom raising their 14 year-old daughter, Maya. They live in a sub-division where every house looks the same, 600 miles from the sea, surrounded by fast food chains, and have to drive four miles if they want to buy a pint of milk. Beth first visited Key West when she was growing up and immediately fell in love with it. She went back a few years ago with her husband who also quickly felt at home on the island. Now, with Stephen able to work remotely, they're ready to make their favorite vacation destination their permanent home…they just need to find the perfect house.

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7:00
PM
Episode 203

Chip and Joanna Gaines take clients Kimberly and Blake Batson on a tour through three houses in Waco, Texas. The young newlyweds run the 'Common Grounds' coffee shop and are looking for a home close to their business. Kimberly wants trees, land and a huge yard away from busy streets. Their demands are few but their budget is tight at $120,000. Their only requirement is to have a short commute and enough room in their new home to install two cherished custom windows. Will they choose the charming craftsman? Or 'The Movie Theater House' that Chip describes as a cross between a cinema and a funeral parlor? Or the secluded 'Little House on the Prairie' with a creek in the backyard? Whichever they pick, it's a sure bet that Chip will continue to bug Joanna with his crazy antics.

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8:00
PM
Episode 110

Chip and Joanna Gaines look at three houses with John and Margie Bowman in the McGregor neighborhood just outside of Waco. The Bowmans are excited about returning to their Texas roots after leaving Oklahoma. They're looking for a house with some Texas flair that's not too 'buckaroo' for John and informal enough for Margie. After living in a motel for months, this family of five and their two dogs are anxious to move from suitcase to sanctuary as soon as possible. But as unexpected repairs show up on this fixer upper, it means construction delays for Chip and Jo and a budget-busting ten percent increase for the Bowmans.

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9:00
PM
Episode 109

Chip and Joanna Gaines are in Robinson, Texas, looking for a farmhouse for clients Rebecca and Joel Mahan. The couple are family physicians with three kids of their own and more on the way. The Mahans plan to adopt several foster children and need at least 4 bedrooms and 5 acres to accommodate their growing family. Joel says he's ready to cowboy up and live like a farmer even though he doesn't even own a lawn mower. Joanna calls the project 'tricky' after hearing unfavorable feedback from Joel on the Gaines farmhouse followed by a dose of buyer's remorse. Can the Gaines appease this doc's despair? Or have these physicians taken on more than they can handle?

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10:00
PM
Episode 202

Leslie, an artist, recently sold what she thought was her dream home. It was a ranch with 3000 square feet of living space and 20 acres for her beloved horses to roam. But, after she contracted Lyme disease, taking care of such a large property was too much Now that she's recovered, she wants to buy her next home. This time around, she's decided to go tiny. She's looking for a place that is less than 400 square feet and on wheels, so that it can be mobile. Her plan is to park her tiny house right next to her horse pasture in the Sonoma County town of Sebastopol, California. The only problem? Even though Leslie is going small, she wants to fit some of her normal size furniture and appliances into her home. Most importantly, there must be enough wall space for her large artwork. With the help of her friend, Kelly, she'll have to decide what she can live with and without.

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10:30
PM
Episode 7911

Diana Lee is a successful documentary film producer in New York City. But after her father's passing in Taipei, she decided to rediscover her roots and move back to her birthplace to be closer to family. Her childhood friend Mia will help her traverse the quirky Taipei real estate market, and introduce her to fellow filmmakers in one of the fastest growing film scenes in the world. Find out how much things have changed when House Hunters International moves back home to Taipei, Taiwan.

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11:00
PM
Episode 9613

In search of an upgrade, Edwin and Gisela, have recently sold their fourth home, a 1900-square-foot place in Tampa. They want a house with lots of space for entertaining their large extended family, and a private backyard with a pool for the kids. Plus, they're adamant that it be in a planned community, with lots of amenities like a fitness room, tennis courts and a playground. Will house #5 be the one that makes them both happy?

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11:30
PM
Episode 7001

For 11 years, Jennifer, Russ and their three girls enjoyed the security of their close-knit Wisconsin community. But the couple had a nagging sense they were missing-out on experiences beyond their reach. On a whim, Jennifer, an audiologist, applied to a position in New Zealand. And to the family's surprise, their future took a dramatic turn. They soon found themselves headed 8,000 miles from home to Auckland. When they arrived they settled into a rental, but quickly found its quarters too cramped. And since the city was agreeing with For 11-years, Jennifer, Russ and their three girls enjoyed the security of their close-knit Wisconsin community. But the couple had a nagging sense they were missing-out on experiences beyond their reach. On a whim, Jennifer, an audiologist, applied to a position in New Zealand. And to the family's surprise, their future took a dramatic turn. They soon found themselves headed 8,000 miles from home to Auckland. When they arrived they settled into a rental, but quickly found its quarters too cramped. And since the city was agreeing with them, Jennifer and Russ decided to make the move more permanent and invest in a home. But to their dismay, properties in Auckland were few and far between. And in this sellers' market, most homes were sold on the auction block to the highest bidder. So with dad not working and only one income coming in, the couple were faced with a challenging house hunt. And finding a home in their 700,000 dollar budget with enough space for a family of five and the character that Jennifer craved would be tough. Watch how they manage the city's pricey auction-based housing market when House Hunters International arrives in Auckland, New Zealand.

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12:00
AM
Episode 109

Chip and Joanna Gaines are in Robinson, Texas, looking for a farmhouse for clients Rebecca and Joel Mahan. The couple are family physicians with three kids of their own and more on the way. The Mahans plan to adopt several foster children and need at least 4 bedrooms and 5 acres to accommodate their growing family. Joel says he's ready to cowboy up and live like a farmer even though he doesn't even own a lawn mower. Joanna calls the project 'tricky' after hearing unfavorable feedback from Joel on the Gaines farmhouse followed by a dose of buyer's remorse. Can the Gaines appease this doc's despair? Or have these physicians taken on more than they can handle?

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1:00
AM
Episode 202

Leslie, an artist, recently sold what she thought was her dream home. It was a ranch with 3000 square feet of living space and 20 acres for her beloved horses to roam. But, after she contracted Lyme disease, taking care of such a large property was too much Now that she's recovered, she wants to buy her next home. This time around, she's decided to go tiny. She's looking for a place that is less than 400 square feet and on wheels, so that it can be mobile. Her plan is to park her tiny house right next to her horse pasture in the Sonoma County town of Sebastopol, California. The only problem? Even though Leslie is going small, she wants to fit some of her normal size furniture and appliances into her home. Most importantly, there must be enough wall space for her large artwork. With the help of her friend, Kelly, she'll have to decide what she can live with and without.

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1:30
AM
Episode 7911

Diana Lee is a successful documentary film producer in New York City. But after her father's passing in Taipei, she decided to rediscover her roots and move back to her birthplace to be closer to family. Her childhood friend Mia will help her traverse the quirky Taipei real estate market, and introduce her to fellow filmmakers in one of the fastest growing film scenes in the world. Find out how much things have changed when House Hunters International moves back home to Taipei, Taiwan.

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2:00
AM
Episode 9613

In search of an upgrade, Edwin and Gisela, have recently sold their fourth home, a 1900-square-foot place in Tampa. They want a house with lots of space for entertaining their large extended family, and a private backyard with a pool for the kids. Plus, they're adamant that it be in a planned community, with lots of amenities like a fitness room, tennis courts and a playground. Will house #5 be the one that makes them both happy?

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2:30
AM
Episode 7001

For 11 years, Jennifer, Russ and their three girls enjoyed the security of their close-knit Wisconsin community. But the couple had a nagging sense they were missing-out on experiences beyond their reach. On a whim, Jennifer, an audiologist, applied to a position in New Zealand. And to the family's surprise, their future took a dramatic turn. They soon found themselves headed 8,000 miles from home to Auckland. When they arrived they settled into a rental, but quickly found its quarters too cramped. And since the city was agreeing with For 11-years, Jennifer, Russ and their three girls enjoyed the security of their close-knit Wisconsin community. But the couple had a nagging sense they were missing-out on experiences beyond their reach. On a whim, Jennifer, an audiologist, applied to a position in New Zealand. And to the family's surprise, their future took a dramatic turn. They soon found themselves headed 8,000 miles from home to Auckland. When they arrived they settled into a rental, but quickly found its quarters too cramped. And since the city was agreeing with them, Jennifer and Russ decided to make the move more permanent and invest in a home. But to their dismay, properties in Auckland were few and far between. And in this sellers' market, most homes were sold on the auction block to the highest bidder. So with dad not working and only one income coming in, the couple were faced with a challenging house hunt. And finding a home in their 700,000 dollar budget with enough space for a family of five and the character that Jennifer craved would be tough. Watch how they manage the city's pricey auction-based housing market when House Hunters International arrives in Auckland, New Zealand.

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3:00
AM
Episode 110

Chip and Joanna Gaines look at three houses with John and Margie Bowman in the McGregor neighborhood just outside of Waco. The Bowmans are excited about returning to their Texas roots after leaving Oklahoma. They're looking for a house with some Texas flair that's not too 'buckaroo' for John and informal enough for Margie. After living in a motel for months, this family of five and their two dogs are anxious to move from suitcase to sanctuary as soon as possible. But as unexpected repairs show up on this fixer upper, it means construction delays for Chip and Jo and a budget-busting ten percent increase for the Bowmans.

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