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Tuesday, Sep 6

6:30
AM
Episode 206

Homeowner Sara wants to surprise her husband, Michael, with a basement reno because he has sacrificed so much due to her health needs. After breaking her back, Sara needed to find a home without upstairs bedrooms, and moved into a ranch home that fit her needs. But her husband lost his beloved media room and office in the new house, and now has a peach-colored man cave and office area in the basement. With help from Michael's best friend, Jon, Sara gets her husband out of the house for six hours while Amy and her team renovate the basement. They're giving Michael an authentic theater space where he can watch movies and hang out with friends. The team demos the basement, installs a new header to create a bigger basement opening, adds stadium theater seating, soundproofing, decorative columns, carpet, and a new 70 inch TV. In addition, they create a new concession stand/ bar area with a working sink so to make the space perfect for entertaining. But the team runs into trouble right away as they attempt to install the steel header to expand the basement opening, and must consult with a structural engineer. A busy electrical inspector and an uneven ceiling further delay the reno. Spy Michael is able to stall the couple, who are away on a lunch time boating adventure, but when the boat captain becomes angry, the stall must end, leaving Amy wondering whether they'll finish the makeover before the couple comes home.

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7:30
AM
Episode 105

Rick and Colleen have outgrown their studio apartment now that they have a daughter, but are hesitant to move to the suburbs. They love Jersey City for its urban life and easy commute to the city, so they've found a condo close by that is stylish and meets their needs. Christopher and Jo Jo are excited for the challenge and have found homes that leave Rick and Colleen torn.

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8:00
AM
Episode 313

Outdoor adventurers Erik and Sarah spend half the year guiding arctic expeditions and the other half chasing their other adrenaline fixes: skiing, kayaking, surfing and more. Traditional housing has proven cumbersome for their nomadic lifestyle, so they're ready to go tiny. With the help of builder and friend Rob Sickler, Erik and Sarah are building their very own expedition tiny house-on-wheels. Their 230-square-foot design includes a bicycle generator for off-the-grid power, a climbing wall to get to the second loft, plenty of storage for all of their adventure gear and outdoor adventure accents throughout!

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8:30
AM
Episode 306

Matthew and Meghan Tanner are growing their family but downsizing their house. You could say they're "thinking outside the box" when it comes to cutting their budget to make room for their second child. They've contracted a tiny house builder to create the shell of their 220-square-foot home, while they plan to complete most of the unique interior. Key features include double lofts separated by a catwalk, a floating baby carrier, a couch that transforms into a dining room and a custom family-size walk-in closet.

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9:00
AM
Episode 302

Margaret is a young artist who wants to create the ultimate expression of herself in a tiny house. She gets help from her mother and grandmother, who assist Margaret in bringing her artistic vision to life. The original design features a piano-shaped couch, a round door and a wine barrel bathtub.

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9:30
AM
Episode 308

Traveling circus performer Lilly has been couch surfing for three years and has decided a tiny house-on-wheels is the perfect solution for her nomadic lifestyle. She's designed the 130-square-foot layout that she, her dad and circus friends will help build. Original features include a hidden storage compartment for her heavy circus equipment, a sunken bathtub to soak in after performances, and a specially-designed staircase that allows her pets to maneuver freely from loft to living room.

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10:00
AM
Episode 305

North Dakota builder Jim Nelson lives for a challenge, so he and his team are building a game-changing two-story tiny house that they can tilt from horizontal to vertical. Key features in this snug 140-square-foot engineering feat include a front patio, furniture that can be locked down when the house tilts and an observation deck with panoramic views.

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10:30
AM
Episode 309

Tiny house enthusiast David wants his home to succeed where other wee homes fail. His one-of-a-kind design features a garage door on one side, a jacuzzi and a fold-out deck on the other permitting fresh air to flow right through. David and girlfriend Peggie-Sue love to host dinner parties and this tricked-out house is the perfect solution.

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11:00
AM
Episode 301

Husband-and-wife carpenter team Ana and Jacob White are building a tiny lakefront cabin in Alaska to take advantage of the gorgeous view of Mount Hayes. The vacation home will sleep up to six and offers lots of multi-functionality, such as attached desks that double as a dining table and a bookshelf that hides a ladder to the children's loft. The Whites are used to building in Alaska's harsh weather, but the warm winter has sped up their timeline, since they must tow the tiny cabin across the frozen lake before the ice melts.

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11:30
AM
Episode 303

The Morris family of Venice, Louisiana, works together to convert an old school bus into a tiny home for 21-year-old son, Avery. The young outdoorsman wants to create the ultimate man cave while incorporating the culture of the Bayou. His tiny bus will feature a fish-cleaning table, a cypress wood bar with hidden storage and an indoor hammock for enjoying the Southern breezes.

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12:00
PM
Episode 9513

Sherman and his wife Iris recently moved back to his hometown of Key West, Florida. The couple and their two daughters are temporarily renting while they search for a place. They're targeting Caribbean conch style homes located near Sherman's new job. Sherman would like a house that's elevated, since storms are common in the Keys. Iris would prefer something lower to the ground to aviod a lot of stairs.

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12:30
PM
Episode 7103

Mark and Terra were settled in Kansas City, but a job offer presented them with the opportunity to experience life abroad in South Africa. However, with only a six week window until their new baby arrives the Snyder's need to move fast. Terra wants the perfect home that's within their budget but Mark wants to settle his growing family into a home that's close to his job. The pressure is on for this young couple to compromise as House Hunters International visits Pretoria, South Africa.

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1:00
PM
Episode 612

Tony and his roommate Will have been scouring Los Angeles for an architecturally unique home that they can call their own. Adding to the challenge for their friend and real estate agent Jack Gladden is that they also want three bedrooms, a pool, and room to renovate so they can add their own distinct style. After seeing some very out-of-the-ordinary homes, they'll finally agree on one and dive into a renovation like no other. Their designer and contractor Yvonne Landivar will help them through everything from mold issues to structural challenges to a ballooning budget. And in the end, these two roommates will create an awe-inspring space that truly is a one-of-a kind home.

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2:00
PM
Episode 807

Erin and Aemon have recently moved from New York City to Austin, TX to work in the area's growing tech sector, and to raise their young son near family. After renting for a few months, they're now ready to find a home. While Erin loves the cozy charm of a bungalow, Aemon prefers the clean lines in midcentury modern homes. Erin would also like to do less reno and move in quickly, while Aemon is happy to wait and put more work into a house to get exactly what they want.

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3:00
PM
Episode 811

Tim and Angela live in a small condo near the ocean in Redondo Beach, California. They love outdoor activities like hiking and SCUBA diving, but they don't have enough space to store their gear. So they've decided it's time to look for a single-family home. They want to stay near the beach area, and Tim is hoping to find something contemporary while Angela would prefer a home with Spanish touches. But with sky-high housing prices in their target area, they know they'll need a fixer no matter what.

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4:00
PM
Episode 907

Cassie and Oliver are tired of living in LA rental properties with their three dogs, so they're looking for a spacious house with a big yard in the San Fernando Valley. Oliver, a former chef, wants a ranch-style home with a huge kitchen, while Cassie, a former swimmer, dreams of a pool and a cottage-style home. After they find their perfect place, Cassie and Oliver find themselves in over their heads and knee-deep in construction problems. They sort out how to handle over-sized appliances and a new layout to create a design they can both agree on.

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5:00
PM
Episode 813

Chicago couple Cathryn and Jeff feel cramped in their small loft, so they're searching for a home in the suburbs. He wants a Spanish-style home and she prefers a midcentury modern, but they both would like a big yard for their two dogs to run around. After finding the right home, they must tackle an entire house's worth of work, including gutting the kitchen and updating the master bathroom. When they run into a Chicago cold snap and find a budget-busting structural issue, can they push through to finish their major renovation?

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6:00
PM
Episode 903

Computer engineers Cory and Caitlin are young, quirky, and a perfect fit in the 'keep it weird' city of Austin, Texas. Ready to take the plunge and buy their first home together, they disagree on what they want: Caitlin has her heart set on a midcentury with a cottage interior while Cory has visions of a real Texas ranch with limestone and lots of land. When they find the happy medium between their two styles, renovations prove much harder than expected for this tech-savvy duo.

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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 209

Chip and Joanna Gaines take Teresa and Steve Fuchs on a tour through three houses in Woodway, Texas. Steve Fuchs is a manager at a rocket facility and Teresa's a stay at home mom raising their two boys. The Fuchs call themselves water people after living on a tiny island near the equator in the Pacific Ocean for many years. Their highest priority is to be close to the water where they can enjoy their favorite recreational activities - boating and paddle boarding. They've got $580,000 for a 4-bedroom house with lots of space indoors and out, ideally within walking distance to a lake. The Gaines introduce the family to an eclectic group of options - from a turn-of-the-century mansion to a couple of 1970s houses.

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9:00
PM
Episode 311

The rolling hills surrounding Waco, Texas are beckoning Todd and Lexia Meek. Todd grew up on a ranch and loves the idea of raising his kids in the same spirit of country living. They're looking for a house with several acres of land, as well as a big kitchen and lots of space to entertain. With a total budget of $359,000, they're hoping that Chip and Joanna can surprise them with an outside-the-box rural renovation. Even so, Todd and Lexia are taken aback when find their first stop is not a home, but a horse barn! The next house they visit is the "Dilapidated Duo." The house is small and dumpy, and it would require a lot of extra additions to create the space their family is hoping for. "The Ranch House" is the last house the Meeks visit on their real estate tour. To their relief, this last option actually looks like a real house!

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10:00
PM
Episode 11311

A first-time buyer wants a classic Tampa, Florida, bungalow with enough yard space to grow 3000 pounds of produce per year. Her mom, along on the hunt, doesn't understand her daughter's passion for produce.

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10:30
PM
Episode 9607

Ever since his grandparents returned with photos of the fabled Monaco Grand Prix, Benjamin has dreamed of living there. For years he's saved every penny in hopes of one day making it to the Cote D'azur, so when an opportunity to study in Monaco presented itself, Benjamin was ready to take it. His mom Rosemary thinks he could save money by living just across the border in France, but Benjamin refuses to settle for anything that doesn't have a Monaco zip code.

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11:00
PM
Episode 102

Joanna and Chip introduce clients Charmaine and Chuck to the historic Sanger Heights neighborhood. The young family wants to be a part of the revitalization efforts of this once thriving community where many of the homes are either vacant or dilapidated. Have they taken on more than they bargained for? Joanna and Chip will have their work cut out for them and will have to use every bit of their vision and know-how to take on what could be an enormous project.

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12:00
AM
Episode 311

The rolling hills surrounding Waco, Texas are beckoning Todd and Lexia Meek. Todd grew up on a ranch and loves the idea of raising his kids in the same spirit of country living. They're looking for a house with several acres of land, as well as a big kitchen and lots of space to entertain. With a total budget of $359,000, they're hoping that Chip and Joanna can surprise them with an outside-the-box rural renovation. Even so, Todd and Lexia are taken aback when find their first stop is not a home, but a horse barn! The next house they visit is the "Dilapidated Duo." The house is small and dumpy, and it would require a lot of extra additions to create the space their family is hoping for. "The Ranch House" is the last house the Meeks visit on their real estate tour. To their relief, this last option actually looks like a real house!

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1:00
AM
Episode 11311

A first-time buyer wants a classic Tampa, Florida, bungalow with enough yard space to grow 3000 pounds of produce per year. Her mom, along on the hunt, doesn't understand her daughter's passion for produce.

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1:30
AM
Episode 9607

Ever since his grandparents returned with photos of the fabled Monaco Grand Prix, Benjamin has dreamed of living there. For years he's saved every penny in hopes of one day making it to the Cote D'azur, so when an opportunity to study in Monaco presented itself, Benjamin was ready to take it. His mom Rosemary thinks he could save money by living just across the border in France, but Benjamin refuses to settle for anything that doesn't have a Monaco zip code.

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2:00
AM
Episode 102

Joanna and Chip introduce clients Charmaine and Chuck to the historic Sanger Heights neighborhood. The young family wants to be a part of the revitalization efforts of this once thriving community where many of the homes are either vacant or dilapidated. Have they taken on more than they bargained for? Joanna and Chip will have their work cut out for them and will have to use every bit of their vision and know-how to take on what could be an enormous project.

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3:00
AM
Episode 209

Chip and Joanna Gaines take Teresa and Steve Fuchs on a tour through three houses in Woodway, Texas. Steve Fuchs is a manager at a rocket facility and Teresa's a stay at home mom raising their two boys. The Fuchs call themselves water people after living on a tiny island near the equator in the Pacific Ocean for many years. Their highest priority is to be close to the water where they can enjoy their favorite recreational activities - boating and paddle boarding. They've got $580,000 for a 4-bedroom house with lots of space indoors and out, ideally within walking distance to a lake. The Gaines introduce the family to an eclectic group of options - from a turn-of-the-century mansion to a couple of 1970s houses.

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