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Saturday, Apr 30

7:00
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Episode 108

Joanna and Chip's clients - Dr. Jeff Sanders, wife Michelle and their two teens are a fun active family who enjoy entertaining, adventure, and travel. They want to downsize to a casual country home that offers European flair with easy access to Lake Waco. But will their sizable $650,000 dollar budget be enough to find French Country in Waco, Texas? It'll take every penny and all the Gaines' creative gusto to transform this fixer upper from traditional Texas to Old World charm.

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8:00
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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
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Episode 113

Chip and Joanna Gaines are helping their client Dr. Marla Hendricks find a home in Waco for her and her new husband. These baby boomers fell in love later in life but are young at heart seeking a home that will fit their active lifestyle. Marla is a veterinarian and an ultra runner who wants to be near Cameron Park, an outdoor enthusiast's paradise and a great playground for her pets. She's returning to Waco after a hiatus in California where she met her husband David, an avid mountain biker and businessman. David will join his bride in a month, and is entrusting Marla, her sister Gail and the Gaines to find them the perfect fixer upper. Chip and Jo are excited about working with Marla but nervous about David's absence. And Chip is extra anxious about David's avocation, a job that scrutinizes the nuts and bolts of what Magnolia's all about. And how will David react when the Hendricks' fixer upper is revealed to him for the very first time?

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10:00
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Episode 107

Heather, Andrew and Steven McCall ask the Gaines to help them find a retreat for their missionary parents. Dr. Tim McCall and his wife Janice run an orphanage in Uganda, living almost year-round in a 160-square-foot home. They're entrusting their kids and the Gaines to find them a comfortable refuge for their biannual visits to Waco. But their sanctuary may be out of reach, as unexpected structure problems challenge a modest budget and add stress to an already tight timeline. The drama continues as the Gaines run into a serious permit problem that could be a deal breaker for this fixer upper. Can the Gaines battle bureaucracy and complete the McCall's home in time for their short sabbatical?

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11:00
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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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12:00
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Episode 103

Chip and Jo take clients Becky and Heath Ivy to the suburbs of Woodway, Texas in search of a contemporary home for their growing family and Heath's thriving business. They tour three houses with three completely different styles and three unique construction challenges for Chip and Jo. Will they choose the ugly all-brown water-damaged house with the great location, the 1960s traditional with a detached man-cave or the 1970s funky fixer upper with an atrium at the center? After moving eight times, the Ivys are ready to stay put in the right place. The pressure is on for Chip and Jo to renovate a retro residence into the Ivy's last home.

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1:00
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Episode 205

Newlyweds Eric and Anna are ready to move out of the cramped quarters at her parents' house in Carmel Valley, California, and into a home of their own. But they won't be moving very far. They plan to buy a tiny home and put it right in her mom and dad's backyard. The couple heads to the tiny home mecca of Portland, Oregon, where miniscule 200 square foot homes, and custom built reclaimed trailers will give them, and their $55,000 budget, the squeeze.

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1:30
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Episode 306

Wanting a place of her own, kindergarten teacher Cianna is looking to buy a tiny house on wheels in Ventura, California. After renting for years, she wants the freedom to move but also the security of owning her place. She's committed to downsizing and wants to go under 200 square feet. But, she still hopes for some amenities of a larger home like a washer/dryer and full closet. Will she have to compromise on some creature comforts to own her dream house?

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2:00
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Episode 103

Oregon pear farmers, Ben and Erin, are building a custom home on their orchard. Since they don't want to cut down any of their money-making trees, the house has to fit on a tiny 600 square feet plot. After looking at several upscale, ultra-modern, prefab homes, which one will they choose to be driven and dropped off among the pears?

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2:30
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Episode 213

After experiencing some financial setbacks, Adam, Jennipher-Leigh, and their two kids have decided to downsize from their 1500 sq. ft. house into something that they can own outright. They're looking for a mobile tiny home that can accommodate their growing family, keep them safe from unpredictable Florida weather, and move them towards their goal of a debt-free lifestyle. With a budget of $30,000 and three vastly different options to choose from, will they find a tiny home that fits the bill?

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3:00
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Episode 105

Firefighter and empty nester, Nicki, wants to simplify her life by downsizing from her 2400 square foot house to a much smaller home - really small. She's looking for a place that's no more than 300 square feet - 1/8th the size of her current home. Since she also wants the freedom to move the house anywhere, she's looking for a portable tiny house on wheels. Working with a budget of $40,000, she's hoping to get a house with architectural interest. A Victorian, Cape Cod or a cottage with a little color would be ideal. Even though she's willing to sacrifice having bedroom by getting a sleeping loft, she still wants a fully equipped kitchen and full bathroom. Another consideration is having enough space for her 6 foot 5 inch boyfriend and fellow firefighter, Tudor, who is helping her on this house hunt. As Nicki looks at homes that range from 96 to 240 square feet, she'll learn about the other challenges of going small.

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3:30
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Episode 214

After completing her service with the US Air Force in Hawaii, Joy is ready to relocate to Escondido, CA with her wife LaToya. As first time homeowners, they plan to purchase a tiny house so they can stay debt-free. Since Joy is starting school and LaToya will be transitioning into a new career as a blogger, they will both be working from home. They're hoping their new tiny house will be big enough for them to have separate work spaces, but they don't want to sacrifice amenities like a king-sized bed or dishwasher. Will these two find a space that works for them?

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4:00
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Episode 308

Wanting to travel the country, Nebraska couple Mel and Carson are looking for a tiny home to take on the road. Their plan is to live and work in their tiny home as they move from state to state. Carson wants something under 200 square feet but Mel's having a hard time downsizing from their 900 square foot apartment. Mel's committed to going tiny but hopes for some amenities of a larger home like a full kitchen, closet and space for their 75 pound dog. Will they agree on how tiny they can go?

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4:30
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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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5:00
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Episode 207

With the lease on his shared apartment ending, 20-something Nils is ready to purchase his very first home in Columbus, OH. With most of his time taken up by work and play, he's searching for a micro mancave that's both easy-to-care-for and within walking and biking distance to his work in Columbus's Short North district. But with a budget of $130,000 in a difficult market, will he find the perfect no-frills bachelor pad?

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6:00
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Episode 302

Dreaming of living near a mountain resort, Kristen and Joe are searching for a place in the Denver, Colorado area. With a budget of $150,000 they are looking for a tiny home close to skiing and hiking. They are ready to downsize to live in this very popular area. But will they be able to sacrifice some modern conveniences for the location of their dreams?

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6:30
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Episode 304

Wanting to simplify his life, Mark, a professional musician, is downsizing his 3,000 sq. ft. estate near Nashville, Tennessee for a tiny home in Santa Barbara, California. He's ready to leave behind the maintenance of a large house to spend more time on his music. But will he be able to give up some comforts of home for a more carefree tiny life?

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7:00
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Episode 310

Looking to get back to nature for inspiration, Portland artists Courtney and Murf are going tiny. They are downsizing from their 3,000 sq. ft. home in Portland in hopes of owning something outside of the city. Murf wants a minimalist cabin 300 sq. ft. or less. While Courtney's on board to simplify, she still needs space for her art and wants to keep some of the comforts of home. Will they find something that inspires them to go tiny?

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7:30
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Episode 307

Downsizing dramatically with three family pets isn't easy. But Colorado Springs, CO couple Heather and Chris are determined to find a tiny home that will give them the freedom to travel and enjoy life yet still have plenty of room for their furry friends. Chris likes the look of industrial details, but Heather is hoping for a warm cottage feel. With a budget of $65,000 and two wildly different design aesthetics, will they be able to find a home that the whole family can love?

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8:00
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Episode 610

With busy careers, three kids and another one on the way, Nadine and Greg have a hectic schedule. And now that he's battling cancer, they're more focused on family than ever before. They've outgrown their current nest and their top priority is to move to a more spacious property closer to their loved ones. Drew and Jonathan promise to transform a fixer-upper into the home of their dreams. Nadine is initially concerned about undertaking a major renovation project given her pregnancy and Greg's health concerns. But he's raring to go and plays hardball with the bank. A major risk ends up paying off for the couple, and then it's up to Jonathan to tackle a major overhaul and get creative with his design plan when a laundry list of surprises seriously derails the budget.

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9:00
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Episode 703

Tired of couch surfing and ready for a home of her own, urban singleton Catherine is desperate to find a deluxe bachelorette pad. And while she's got sky-high expectations and is notoriously indecisive, her best friend Viviane has promised to keep her on track and make sure she gets the most bling for her budget.

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10:00
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Episode 801

Lawyers Chris and Ashley are newlyweds who are eager to buy their first home. For the last few years they've been living apart while Chris finished up law school, and are now currenlty living with Ashley's parents until they find a place of their own. They're targeting three bedroom homes in the Chicago suburb of Elmhurst, but that's about the only thing they both agree on. Chris is stating his case for a Craftsman house with a modern interior, while Ashley is arguing for a ranch with a cozy cottage style on the inside.

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11:00
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Episode 101

Sick of the cramped subdivision living that John's Creek has to offer, Don and Julie Parsons are motivated to trade in their hectic schedule for the laid back country living Madison has to offer. Along with their two young daughters, Maci and Izzie, the Parsons search for a farmhouse with plenty of space to able to raise horses and other farm animals. With the help of local realtor Ginny Van Oostrom, Don and Julie hope to find the picture perfect farmhouse.

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11:30
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Episode 102

Stephanie Finnerty is a recently divorced mom who is ready to leave behind her fancy home on Lake Harmon and move her family to a farmhouse near Mooresville. Stephanie is ready to get back in touch with the "down to earth" country living she enjoyed as a child, spending time at her grandparent's dairy farm. Stephanie is working with local broker Julie Breedlove to find the perfect farmhouse spacious enough for Eden's horses and Dallas' motorbike track.

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12:00
AM
Episode 703

Tired of couch surfing and ready for a home of her own, urban singleton Catherine is desperate to find a deluxe bachelorette pad. And while she's got sky-high expectations and is notoriously indecisive, her best friend Viviane has promised to keep her on track and make sure she gets the most bling for her budget.

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1:00
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Episode 801

Lawyers Chris and Ashley are newlyweds who are eager to buy their first home. For the last few years they've been living apart while Chris finished up law school, and are now currenlty living with Ashley's parents until they find a place of their own. They're targeting three bedroom homes in the Chicago suburb of Elmhurst, but that's about the only thing they both agree on. Chris is stating his case for a Craftsman house with a modern interior, while Ashley is arguing for a ranch with a cozy cottage style on the inside.

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2:00
AM
Episode 101

Sick of the cramped subdivision living that John's Creek has to offer, Don and Julie Parsons are motivated to trade in their hectic schedule for the laid back country living Madison has to offer. Along with their two young daughters, Maci and Izzie, the Parsons search for a farmhouse with plenty of space to able to raise horses and other farm animals. With the help of local realtor Ginny Van Oostrom, Don and Julie hope to find the picture perfect farmhouse.

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2:30
AM
Episode 102

Stephanie Finnerty is a recently divorced mom who is ready to leave behind her fancy home on Lake Harmon and move her family to a farmhouse near Mooresville. Stephanie is ready to get back in touch with the "down to earth" country living she enjoyed as a child, spending time at her grandparent's dairy farm. Stephanie is working with local broker Julie Breedlove to find the perfect farmhouse spacious enough for Eden's horses and Dallas' motorbike track.

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3:00
AM
Episode 610

With busy careers, three kids and another one on the way, Nadine and Greg have a hectic schedule. And now that he's battling cancer, they're more focused on family than ever before. They've outgrown their current nest and their top priority is to move to a more spacious property closer to their loved ones. Drew and Jonathan promise to transform a fixer-upper into the home of their dreams. Nadine is initially concerned about undertaking a major renovation project given her pregnancy and Greg's health concerns. But he's raring to go and plays hardball with the bank. A major risk ends up paying off for the couple, and then it's up to Jonathan to tackle a major overhaul and get creative with his design plan when a laundry list of surprises seriously derails the budget.

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