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Tuesday, Apr 5

6:30
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Episode 106F

New parents Kate and Doug Cotto wanted to make sure their new home was nice and cozy for their eighteen-month-old son before they even moved in. They hired a contractor to re-insulate and side their entire house. What they got was shoddy exterior siding with no weather wrap and freezing interior temperatures--not what they wanted for their new life together and new son.

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7:00
AM
Episode 204

Real estate agent Drew Levin and contractor Danny Perkins are looking to spend $400,000 on a new rental property…one of their biggest budgets yet. Drew surprises Danny with the first place - the house where they were roommates ten years ago. It's a great six-bedroom duplex, but the lower unit kitchen needs help, and the outdoor deck is falling apart. However, the yard is huge, and the upper unit is already rented for $2,800 per month. Next, they look at a three-bedroom place in Linden Hills, a desirable neighborhood that the guys have been trying to break into for years. In order for this one to work, it needs an $85,000 renovation that includes a kitchen extension and master suite addition. They ultimately decide against the risk of major construction, and buy the Green Monster duplex for $315,000. Danny's Achilles injury has healed, and he gets off crutches just in time to update the kitchen with a better layout, granite countertops, a subway tile backsplash, and a five-foot island with barstool seating. Outside, they build a new cedar deck, complete with a custom built bags set – the same lawn game that the guys used to play when they lived here. Drew takes a risk by bringing in potential renters before construction is finished, but it pays off when they decide to rent the lower unit for $1,500 per month.

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7:30
AM
Episode 212

Real estate agent Drew Levin and contractor Danny Perkins have up to $250,000 to spend on their next rental property…and Drew's got two places that are similar, but a little different. The first place is a four-bedroom house in the suburbs that's listed for $220,000. There is carpet everywhere that needs to be replaced with hardwood floors, and the third bathroom is in the garage. The next place is also a four-bedroom house listed for just five grand more than the first, at $225,000. And it's right in the heart of the city. Both properties need about thirty grand in renovations, and would get about $2,750 per month in rent.

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8:00
AM
Episode 207

Matt and Kristy are about to get married. Raised in Ohio, they went to high school together, and twelve years after graduation, they started dating and are now engaged. They work long hours, have long commutes, and are tired of the daily grind and brutal winters. After a lot of Internet research, they decided that a place so beautiful and still part of the Unites States was perfect , so they're making a leap and starting their new life in a place they've only read about- St. Croix. First order of business- find a Caribbean home!

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8:30
AM
Episode 309

Houston natives Chuck, Alicia and their boys have always had the Dominican Republic in their lives. Alicia's father was stationed there during Vietnam, fell in love with the island, and their lives have been filled with countless stories of the beautiful island and people. The family has decided life is too short not to live their dreams. Dominican Republic here they come!

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9:00
AM
Episode 410

Matt and Cathy have grown tired of battling the brutal Michigan winters year in and year out. With Matt looking to put his contractor skills to work, the couple wants to find the perfect seafront fixer upper in the Bahamas. Agent Lydia Ruth-Hill is up to the challenge of finding a home with awesome water access for Matt to get a boat and Cathy to go swimming right out her front door.

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9:30
AM
Episode 212

Buck, Amy and their son Tristan are tired of their landlocked life in Texas. They're leaving it all behind to start a new boat business in Roatan, Honduras. Their first step is to find an amazing home for a bargain price.

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10:00
AM
Episode 412

Brian and Amy have enjoyed life in San Francisco, but the hectic lifestyle and cost of living has worn them down. To escape, they began traveling to the Caribbean where they could relax and enjoy spending time together. Brian and Amy first visited Bocas del Toro for a quick getaway a few years ago and stayed at a bed and breakfast. They were immediately taken by the beautiful atmosphere and decided that opening a bed and breakfast could be their chance to start a new life in the Caribbean. They are excited to work with real estate agent, Jacy Hefner, to find their piece of paradise.

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10:30
AM
Episode 203

David is a New England schoolteacher and Arturo is a physician whose family is from Puerto Rico. Life in Massachusetts is very busy for these two, who, and each time they vacationed in Puerto Rico, they dreamed of one day turning the destination into their full-time home.

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11:00
AM
Episode 414

Sandra's life as a corporate attorney has given her great professional success, but it doesn't feed her soul. She feels like she's constantly on a hamster wheel, never able to get out of the rat race of city living. Her scuba diving hobby brought her to the island of Utila off the coast of Honduras, and she instantly fell in love. After working hard for a few decades, she's saved enough money to pursue her passions in life -- scuba diving and writing. Realtor Brad Ryon will help her find the perfect home that can accommodate guests and give her the direct reef access that she craves.

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11:30
AM
Episode 403

Bruce and Melissa are proud West Virginians who are in love with travel and the Caribbean. They and their three selfie-obsessed kids, Savannah, Sheridan and Nick, are excited to buy a family home where the sun shines 365 days a year and it's a constant 88 degrees. Outdoorsy and fun-loving, this family is keen to sail, swim and snorkel as much as they can once they buy a home on St. Croix. With help from superstar broker, Kerri Hanley, it won't be long before they're soaking up the sunshine from their very own island retreat.

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12:00
PM
Episode 9312

Deciding to move to Salem, Oregon, from the high priced homes of Southern California was easy for this young family. They're on the hunt for a slower pace of life, and a more affordable home. But deciding between an Oregon Lodge style home, or a quaint Craftsman is proving to be their most difficult choice yet.

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12:30
PM
Episode 6609

Andrea and Harris Fellman always dreamed of living in a tropical paradise, but put the move off for years. When Andrea's father passed away, the tragedy spurred them to live life to the fullest. Now, they're taking their two young kids to Potrero, Costa Rica, searching for the pure life. But Andrea's hoping for surf and sand beneath her toes, while Harris dreams of extravagant homes with breathtaking views. They'll have to get on the same page to find their personal paradise, when House Hunters International heads to Potrero, Costa Rica.

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1:00
PM
Episode 308

After living in New York for years, 37-year-old bachelor David Ridley is returning to his roots in Waco, Texas. His all-in budget is $272,000 and he wants to stay close to the Mountainview area because of its proximity to Lake Waco. Chip and Joanna are excited for the challenge of finding a home for the man they consider to be Waco's 'most eligible bachelor.' They take David on a tour of three spacious lakeside houses. The Red Roof House is the first house they visit, and David is taken aback by its funky and odd 1960s style. Their next stop Chip dubs the Bachelor Pad. The inside is wide open with high ceilings, perfect for hosting. The backyard is smaller than David was hoping for, but the inside of the house holds so much potential, he really has to weigh his options. The Peach House is last, clearly outdated and in need of some work.

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2:00
PM
Episode 307

Luke and Rachel Whyte are a young couple with a growing baby girl, and they feel it's time to settle into a family-sized house. They're looking for a house with 3-4 bedrooms, and Rachel is hoping for a space that she can make into a playroom/home office. They have an all-in budget of $277,000, which gives them nice flexibility in the Woodway area. The first house they visit Joanna jokingly names the 'Chip House' because its reddish roof and orange-colored bricks remind her of a sunburned Chip on their first date. The Chip house is cute with a nice backyard, but overall it feels small. The next house has a similar red brick exterior to the Chip House, only bigger and slightly newer, so Chip and Joanna call it 'Chip 2.0.' Inside, several areas are totally falling apart and the carpeted master bathroom needs a major overhaul. Their last stop is nicknamed the 'Taj Mahal' for its lofty location at the top of a hill and the ornate furniture they find inside. The view is stunning and the house has a balcony that looks over nearly all of Waco.

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3:00
PM
Episode 310

Ken and Kelly Downs are a recently wed couple looking for a home they can both call their own. They've outgrown Ken's small bachelor pad and hope to find a place that reflects both of their individual styles. With a budget of $250,000 in Waco, Texas, they are looking for a home with wood floors, an open kitchen, and his and hers office space. The first house they visit is the "Chalk Ranch House," named after the large chalkboard wall in one of the bedrooms. Kelly isn't a fan of the brick exterior, but she agrees that a little paint would be a great improvement. The second house, the "Cutie Tudor," is quaint and only needs relatively few updates. It already has a layout convenient for a large master suite, but the biggest project would be renovating the kitchen. The last house is a wild card that Chip throws into the mix. He calls it the "Three Little Pigs House" because it seems so old and weathered, a stiff wind could blow it down like the wolf in the children's folk tale.

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4:00
PM
Episode 313

Chris and Lindy Ermoian feel like nomads - after living in five homes in six years, they are more than ready to settle down into a forever home. They like the Hewitt area of Texas because of its close proximity to jobs and family. With a total budget of $237,000, Chris and Lindy hope to find a 3-4 bedroom house with an open floorplan, a "man cave" for Chris, a nice yard for their dogs, and a relaxing, coastal style for Lindy. The first house they visit Chip calls the "All American Ranch" because of it's colonial style exterior. The second home Chip nicknames "The Green Mile," for the expansive yard and long driveway leading up to the house. Last, they tour "The Wood House." The carpet inside has a bad odor, and an awkward pony wall closes off the front entry.

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5:00
PM
Episode 312

Cameron and Jessie Bell currently live in a 690 square foot house and love the cozy charm of small-scale living. While they're not necessarily looking for a larger space, they do want a place to call their own; and they need Chip and Joanna's help. They're looking for the character of an older home, and aren't afraid to brave the filth and grime that comes with years of disrepair. The first house they visit is nicknamed "The Duplex House." Formerly a duplex, as the name suggests, it has a more closed off and quirky layout that will need some opening up. "The Transition House" is next, with highlighter-green paint on the exterior and an overall ravaged appearance on the inside. Last, they visit "The Shotgun House." This house is also abandoned, falling apart, and is the smallest of the three. Because it is a shotgun house, all the rooms are conjoined, making for very little privacy in the bedroom.

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6:00
PM
Episode 317

Chip and Joanna are met with a pair of identical twins! Kaley Eggers is a single foster mom in the process of petitioning to adopt her young foster son. She is looking for a place to call her own, and hopes to find a home that would be an ideal environment to raise kids. She enlists the help of her twin sister, Lauren, and together they join Chip and Joanna on a house hunt in Waco, Texas. With an all-in budget of $170,000, Kaley is hoping for a 3 bedroom, 2 bath house with plenty of charm and a large backyard for kids to play.

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7:00
PM
Episode 318

Cody and Katie Messerall are raising a young family and are ready to move back to the home of their alma mater in Waco, Texas. With a total budget of $185,000, they are hoping to find a house with 3-4 bedrooms and a large backyard for the kids. They first meet Chip and Joanna at "The Chicken House." True to its name, the house has chickens in the backyard! The second house they visit is "The Outhouse," named for the toilet that stands ready to greet them on the front porch. Last they visit "The Wizard of Waco" house, likely one of the oddest houses in all of Waco.

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8:00
PM
Episode 316

In this season 3 finale of Fixer Upper, the Gaines have a lot on their plate! After months of hard work, it's finally time for the grand opening of the silos, and Chip and Jo prepare to throw a 'Silobration' for hundreds of fans in Waco. While they add the finishing touches, Chip and Jo revisit the new Magnolia Bed & Breakfast and realize that they are in desperate need of someone to help run the place! Rob and Marianne Ward are a retirement-aged couple that have always dreamed of running a guest home, and Chip and Jo are hoping they might be the perfect candidates for the job. The only catch is that in addition to running the B&B, the couple would need to be willing to live in the adjacent carriage house.

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9:00
PM
Episode 315

In this special episode, Chip and Joanna Gaines get up-close and personal as they remember their favorite houses and share never-before-seen bloopers and outtakes from all three seasons of Fixer Upper. In the comfort of their living room, Chip and Jo are running the show... hold on for the ride!

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10:00
PM
Episode 104

The price is high, but the location is prime so Mina and Karen decide to take the risk and invest in a little house on Elm Street in Fountain Square. But, at only 950 square feet, this small house has some big issues. The mother daughter team runs into trouble when sagging floors lead to an unsteady structure. Despite the problems, Mina and Karen forge ahead, intending to create a more functional floor plan that will turn the house into a charming bungalow perfect for any first time homebuyer.

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11:00
PM
Episode 309

Stacie and Ben Childers are soon-to-be empty nesters with one daughter enrolled at Baylor University and another hoping to follow in her big sister's footsteps. Moving from California, Ben and Stacie are looking for a home in Waco to not only be near their kids, but also give their daughters a place to escape the rigors of campus life. With an all-in budget of $175,000, the Childers would like to find a three-bedroom, two-bath house full of original detailing and shiplap. The first house they visit, Chip names the 'Beanstalk Bungalow' after the large seedpods that dangle from the catalpa tree in front of the house. Next, they tour the 'Doll House.' Very small and quaint, it lives up to its name. Last, they visit the 'Christmas Craftsman,' which Chip and Jo name after the green trim and red accents on the exterior of the house.

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12:00
AM
Episode 315

In this special episode, Chip and Joanna Gaines get up-close and personal as they remember their favorite houses and share never-before-seen bloopers and outtakes from all three seasons of Fixer Upper. In the comfort of their living room, Chip and Jo are running the show... hold on for the ride!

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1:00
AM
Episode 104

The price is high, but the location is prime so Mina and Karen decide to take the risk and invest in a little house on Elm Street in Fountain Square. But, at only 950 square feet, this small house has some big issues. The mother daughter team runs into trouble when sagging floors lead to an unsteady structure. Despite the problems, Mina and Karen forge ahead, intending to create a more functional floor plan that will turn the house into a charming bungalow perfect for any first time homebuyer.

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2:00
AM
Episode 309

Stacie and Ben Childers are soon-to-be empty nesters with one daughter enrolled at Baylor University and another hoping to follow in her big sister's footsteps. Moving from California, Ben and Stacie are looking for a home in Waco to not only be near their kids, but also give their daughters a place to escape the rigors of campus life. With an all-in budget of $175,000, the Childers would like to find a three-bedroom, two-bath house full of original detailing and shiplap. The first house they visit, Chip names the 'Beanstalk Bungalow' after the large seedpods that dangle from the catalpa tree in front of the house. Next, they tour the 'Doll House.' Very small and quaint, it lives up to its name. Last, they visit the 'Christmas Craftsman,' which Chip and Jo name after the green trim and red accents on the exterior of the house.

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3:00
AM
Episode 316

In this season 3 finale of Fixer Upper, the Gaines have a lot on their plate! After months of hard work, it's finally time for the grand opening of the silos, and Chip and Jo prepare to throw a 'Silobration' for hundreds of fans in Waco. While they add the finishing touches, Chip and Jo revisit the new Magnolia Bed & Breakfast and realize that they are in desperate need of someone to help run the place! Rob and Marianne Ward are a retirement-aged couple that have always dreamed of running a guest home, and Chip and Jo are hoping they might be the perfect candidates for the job. The only catch is that in addition to running the B&B, the couple would need to be willing to live in the adjacent carriage house.

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