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Saturday, Oct 17

7:00
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Episode 209

Tyler and Ari are ready to buy their very first house together. They want more space, and a neighborhood where they can walk the dogs. Plus, Ari would love a pool and Tyler has always dreamed of having his very own teppanyaki grill. They're hoping that as they put their own stamp on a new home, they can find some room to make Tyler's dream come true. The couple's real estate agent shows them several homes, any of which could fit the bill when it comes to renovation. Tyler and Ari make their decision and then dig into the renovations. Tyler is determined to do the work himself, but when it becomes clear that his expertise doesn't quite match up to his ambitions, the couple decides to bring in professionals to redo the kitchen.

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8:00
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Episode 303

With the birth of their first baby, Sarah and Skye have outgrown their current Mar Vista, CA home. They both love Spanish style and are looking for a place they can fully customize. Having renovated their current home themselves, they prefer if their new house needs a little work so the can make it their own. Once they purchase a place, the two embark upon an extensive and total re-do of the house. With renovation comes stress, and for Sarah and Skye the biggest problem is timeline: they can't list their current home for sale until the new one is complete and they can move into it. But when you're doing a whole house makeover, that is easier said than done! In spite of the time crunch, watch as the house transforms into a chic and dramatic mediterranean showcase home.

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9:00
AM
Episode 309

Thousand Oaks, California couple Matthew Chrstina are ready to upgrade from condo living and get more space for themselves and their four young daughters. Christina grew up in Texas and wants a big home that looks like it came from the pages of a design catalogue. Matthew prefers a California ranch style home with some bohemian character. Since their styles differ so drastically, finding a house that suits both of their tastes is not a small task. Once they agree on a home, Matthew and Christina immediately begin updates in just about every room, but their main project space is the master suite. They've never had one to themselves, and they make it a priority to create an oasis that is just for them.

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10:00
AM
Episode 508

Jason, Eleiza and their young daughter Lily have moved all over the world for his career as a physics professor, but they're ready to set down roots and buy their first home near his current job in the Hartford, Connecticut area. They both want a Cape Cod style home with at least three bedrooms, a spacious kitchen, and space for a home office for Eleiza's political consulting career. But he wants a more rural place close to his job that will shorten his commute and she wants a place near shops and restaurants. And they both want a home that uses very little plastic and instead features natural elements like stone and wood. Their combined wish list creates quite a challenge for their real estate agent Lisa Ogren as she lines up houses throughout the Hartford area. After finally agreeing on a home, Jason and Eleiza launch into their projects, including gutting the kitchen to bring in organic materials like granite and bamboo. Everything from unexpected structural issues to over sized doors will delay their progress, but in the end, with help from designer Lorey Cavanaugh and contractor Mike Shelto, they create a beautiful, natural home that their family can enjoy for years to come.

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11:00
AM
Episode 512

Denver couple Amber and Erin are ready to buy a second home in Los Angeles where they can get away from the cold Denver winters. But it also needs to be able to act as a home base for Erin's cake truffle business, which she is trying to expand to new areas of the country. So at the top of the list is an updated kitchen with lots of space. And one of Amber's must-haves is a pool, so they can truly enoy the Southern California weather. But once the ladies finally agree on a home, the challenges begin as they try to manage a total overhaul of their new home from 1000 miles away. In the end, they'll pull together a relaxing vacation getaway with the potential to launch Erin's business to new heights.

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12:00
PM
Episode 607

Jessica, Roddy and their young son, Colton, need a new home for their growing family. The expensive Los Angeles real estate market has put their dream of a large house with a yard completely out of reach, so they've decided to move to the more affordable Chicago suburbs, where Jessica grew up. She wants a traditional suburban home, but he wants a more modern place closer to the city. Balancing their tastes would be hard enough, but their agent also needs to find them a place with three bedrooms, a basement and an updated kitchen -- and they've got a tight timeline of only one week to find it.

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1:00
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Episode 307

Angie and Tito are living in a cramped apartment full of their kid's toys. Even their car doubles as storage space. They want a large, modern house they can grow into, close to downtown, with a gourmet kitchen, hardwood floors, and lots of closets. The Property Brothers come to the rescue and help them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. The couple is leery of the state of the house despite Jonathan's assurances. Angie's worst budget fears might be realized when the city inspector throws a wrench in the works not once but twice. But it's Tito's expensive tastes and opposing design preferences that could put her anxiety over the edge. As the renovation team races to complete the job on time, the nervous couple makes an exciting new discovery that adds even more pressure to the project's successful completion.

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2:00
PM
Episode 701

Soon-to-be-weds Belinda and Tiago are determined to move out of their respective parents' homes. And the sooner they find a suburban dream property of their own, the sooner they'll be able to start their lives together— in private. When they finally accept that move-in ready luxury is out of their reach, the Property Brothers convince them that a fixer-upper is the way to go. The couple agrees, but only if their families can actively participate in the reno. Drew eventually leads Belinda and Tiago to a tough decision, and then has serious misgivings about their lowball strategy. Later, Jonathan uncovers a costly issue with the sub-floor. And while a family effort gives a big boost to the budget, Jonathan gets more input than he bargained for.

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3:00
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Episode 704

After being apart for a decade, competitive twins Krista and Jennifer are sharing a cramped condo, and it's slowly driving them crazy. Desperate for more space and eager to put down roots in a new neighborhood, they're pooling their resources and hoping to find a stylish downtown pad where they can entertain in style. When they realize their wish list is way out of step with their budget, Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew convince the renovation-phobic sisters to take a calculated risk on a fixer-upper. Drew lines up a slew of tired homes with great bones, but getting Krista and Jennifer to see their potential proves challenging. Later, apart from uncovering a series of costly surprises, Jonathan's major challenge during the reno is getting the sisters to agree on anything.

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4:00
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Episode 713

New parents Chase and Jessica are all about family, but after crashing at Grandma's place for the past four months, they're eager to find a city dream home where they can put down roots and entertain in style. The Property Brothers step in with a solution that will match the couple's budget with their luxurious wish list, but it will mean tackling the major renovation project they were hoping to avoid. Drew goes to bat to land an underpriced home at fair market value. Later, Jonathan's budget takes a hit from the start. And as the walls come down, the hidden costs just keep adding up.

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5:00
PM
Episode 801

When they found out they were expecting, new parents Diana and John sold their downtown condo to buy a spacious suburban home instead. But that was a year ago, and since their house hunt went nowhere, they're now living with the in-laws and desperate for a home of their own. Drew and Jonathan step in to help, but the couple has conflicting ideas about what they want and Diana says she isn't prepared to compromise on anything. A real estate reality check quickly readjusts their priorities and the search is on for a fixer-upper with forever-home potential. First, a bidding war heats things up. And once the deal is sealed and demolition begins, Jonathan is confronted with a series of structural issues that are bad news for the couple's confidence and their bottom line.

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6:00
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Episode 804

Carlie and Drum are ready to expand their family, but their tiny urban condo is holding them back. They're hoping to find a spacious suburban home with lots of room to roam, but their sky-high expectations are completely out of step with their budget. Jonathan and Drew convince the couple that renovating a fixer-upper is the only way to go, but once they seal the deal on a property with loads of dream home potential, they suddenly find themselves in a vortex of nasty surprises and escalating costs. With structural issues and a leaky roof, the news is as bad as it gets. And with the budget spiraling out of control, Jonathan is under tremendous pressure to come up with creative solutions to reveal the silver lining.

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7:00
PM
Episode 302

With three generations living under one roof, Chuck and Kim are feeling the squeeze. Plus, getting the kids to school every day means a grueling four-hour daily commute for mom. It's definitely time to relocate. But they'll have to spruce up their current home first or they won't be able to afford the upgrade. Jonathan has a plan to revamp the home's worn-out interiors, but a heavy-duty surprise in the kitchen means he has to rejig the design. Meanwhile, Drew is determined to find a spacious suburban home with a separate living area for grandma. But the real challenge is finding a budget-friendly property in an exclusive school district.

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8:00
PM
Episode 308

Alisha and her contractor husband bought a sprawling fixer-upper they planned to transform into their dream home. Tragically he passed away last year, leaving Alisha to raise their four-year-old son and maintain the ramshackle five-bedroom property on her own. Alisha is desperate to buy a smaller maintenance-free home, but knows her current property needs a major makeover before it's ready for market. Drew and Jonathan step in with a creative plan to make the most of her limited budget. In order to get top dollar for Alisha's place, Jonathan undertakes an ambitious ten-day makeover that stalls when demolishing a stone accent wall proves tougher than expected. Meanwhile, it's up to Drew to find a brand new suburban home and help Alisha navigate the bittersweet journey along the way.

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9:00
PM
Episode 405

Noam and Ela's suburban party pad suited their lifestyle when it was just the two of them. But with the arrival of a baby girl, they've got an all-new outlook and need a house that better suits their growing family. The problem is, they can't sell their current home for top dollar until the inside of their home gets a full make-over and their overgrown front garden gets some much-needed curb appeal. Jonathan and Drew are determined to solve the couple's real estate woes. Drew sets out to find them a sprawling budget-friendly income property and Jonathan's renovation plan includes turning a makeshift walk-in closet back into a bedroom. Meanwhile, the search for the couple's forever home proves trickier than expected. Ela throws Drew a serious curve ball as he struggles to match the couple's oversize wish list with their limited budget, but Drew is able to come up with a shrewd solution that puts a smile on everyone's face.

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10:00
PM
Episode 10609

A couple in Lake Worth, Florida, agrees on four bedrooms and a big backyard, but that's where the similarities end. She wants a two-story fixer-upper with a contemporary Northwest feel, while he prefers a single-story Craftsman.

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10:30
PM
Episode 9302

A New York artist and an accountant move to Arizona to find a more family friendly environment for their daughter. In a home, they're hoping to find what they lacked in New York, namely square footage. But navigating their differences while adjusting to the area's real estate market proves more challenging than they anticipated.

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11:00
PM
Episode 10502

Twin sisters looking to buy a house in Galveston, Texas, are hoping to score a place as close to the water as possible. Since one of them is a real estate agent, she'll be handing the deal. From ranch-style homes and bungalows to a pair of twin houses right next to each other, this hunt could cause a double take.

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11:30
PM
Episode 9009

New Orleans newlyweds, Zach and Christie, are ready to stop sharing walls in their cozy Garden District apartment complex and buy a home of their own. They have their sights set on old Victorian or shotgun style home in either the Uptown area or the Garden District. As transplants from Los Angeles, they're excited by how much further their budget will go in New Orleans, but this Big Easy search might end up being a lot harder than they expect.

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12:00
AM
Episode 405

Noam and Ela's suburban party pad suited their lifestyle when it was just the two of them. But with the arrival of a baby girl, they've got an all-new outlook and need a house that better suits their growing family. The problem is, they can't sell their current home for top dollar until the inside of their home gets a full make-over and their overgrown front garden gets some much-needed curb appeal. Jonathan and Drew are determined to solve the couple's real estate woes. Drew sets out to find them a sprawling budget-friendly income property and Jonathan's renovation plan includes turning a makeshift walk-in closet back into a bedroom. Meanwhile, the search for the couple's forever home proves trickier than expected. Ela throws Drew a serious curve ball as he struggles to match the couple's oversize wish list with their limited budget, but Drew is able to come up with a shrewd solution that puts a smile on everyone's face.

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1:00
AM
Episode 10609

A couple in Lake Worth, Florida, agrees on four bedrooms and a big backyard, but that's where the similarities end. She wants a two-story fixer-upper with a contemporary Northwest feel, while he prefers a single-story Craftsman.

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1:30
AM
Episode 9302

A New York artist and an accountant move to Arizona to find a more family friendly environment for their daughter. In a home, they're hoping to find what they lacked in New York, namely square footage. But navigating their differences while adjusting to the area's real estate market proves more challenging than they anticipated.

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2:00
AM
Episode 10502

Twin sisters looking to buy a house in Galveston, Texas, are hoping to score a place as close to the water as possible. Since one of them is a real estate agent, she'll be handing the deal. From ranch-style homes and bungalows to a pair of twin houses right next to each other, this hunt could cause a double take.

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2:30
AM
Episode 9009

New Orleans newlyweds, Zach and Christie, are ready to stop sharing walls in their cozy Garden District apartment complex and buy a home of their own. They have their sights set on old Victorian or shotgun style home in either the Uptown area or the Garden District. As transplants from Los Angeles, they're excited by how much further their budget will go in New Orleans, but this Big Easy search might end up being a lot harder than they expect.

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3:00
AM
Episode 308

Alisha and her contractor husband bought a sprawling fixer-upper they planned to transform into their dream home. Tragically he passed away last year, leaving Alisha to raise their four-year-old son and maintain the ramshackle five-bedroom property on her own. Alisha is desperate to buy a smaller maintenance-free home, but knows her current property needs a major makeover before it's ready for market. Drew and Jonathan step in with a creative plan to make the most of her limited budget. In order to get top dollar for Alisha's place, Jonathan undertakes an ambitious ten-day makeover that stalls when demolishing a stone accent wall proves tougher than expected. Meanwhile, it's up to Drew to find a brand new suburban home and help Alisha navigate the bittersweet journey along the way.

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