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Saturday, Oct 22

7:00
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Episode 710

Chicago couple Tommy and Amanda's big Italian families have been close friends their whole lives, so it was almost inevitable that they would wind up dating. But now they're ready to take the next big step and buy their first home together. The problem is they are on very different pages. He wants a raised ranch. She wants a two-story Georgian home. He likes dark woods with a masculine look. She prefers a light and airy vibe that feels more updated. And this self-proclaimed "high maintenance" couple needs plenty of bathroom space to get ready in the morning. But somehow their agent Mario DiLorenzo manages to find them a home they can both appreciate. And to make it their own, they'll quickly dive into a major renovation.

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8:00
AM
Episode 904

Real estate agent Daniel, his wife Julia and their young son Leonardo want to be closer to family, so he's searching the listings for homes in Burbank, CA. Daniel would like to find a ranch on a cul-de-sac while Julia prefers a traditional home with a picket fence. Daniel finds homes that are more his taste than hers, so Julia recruits both of his brothers, who are also real estate agents, to help tip the scale in her direction. When they get the keys to their new home, Daniel and Julia take on projects throughout the house, including a massive kitchen remodel, and they realize they'll have to make some compromises to get their dream home.

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9:00
AM
Episode 909

Now that Lars and Katherine have a young son, they'd like to trade their cramped Los Angeles rental for a more spacious family home. They'd like a three-bedroom house with a big kitchen and backyard, but they both know that in the pricey Los Angeles market they'll have to be ready to put in some sweat equity. Once they find the right home, major renovations begin in the kitchen and the bedrooms, but a costly wall removal bid stops them in their renovation tracks. While they face rising costs and unexpected issues along the way, in the end Lars and Katherine wind up with a stunning new home that is everything they wanted and more.

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10:00
AM
Episode 803

Mortgage broker John and his wife Audrey, a real esate agent, have been raising their three young kids, Tyler, Callie, and Courtney, in Austin, Texas. But with the kids getting older, they are now on the hunt for a larger home, one with lots of space inside and even more land on the outside. Audrey wants an farmhouse in a bright feminine palette, but John has his heart set on a Texas style ranch with a grand fireplace and lots of rustic wood. But once they find a place they both adore, their problems are far from over as they realize their big ideas for remodeling might be far outside the reach of their modest budget. With patience, compromise, and help from their designer Heather Harkovich and contractor Brian Moore, the struggle will all be worth it, and John and Audrey will finally settle in to a beautiful new family home.

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11:00
AM
Episode 905

Tired of living in apartments and with two little boys in tow, Lucho and Annie are ready to buy their first real home for their family. They are looking for a toddler-friendly place with a big yard, large kitchen and enough space to grow for years to come, so they've decided to focus their search in the trendy area of Eagle Rock, CA. After finding a place to call their own within their budget, Lucho and Annie have one unexpected cost after another, and quickly discover that even the smallest of homes can come with some hefty renovation price tags. But with the help of interior designer Stephanie Leese and contractor Cristian Cruz, they maximize their small place with big design ideas, creating a stunning interior and a paradise of a backyard.

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12:00
PM
Episode 804

Comedian Jay and his wife Elizabeth, a writer, are looking to buy a home that they can put their stamp on. They're looking for a place that's chock full of character, history, and has that special spark. Growing up Jay helped his dad take on projects around the house so he's looking to put his reno skills to work, and Elizabeth is eager to use her artistic eye to create a magical space. While they both agree they want a unique home, they each differ on how they see the end game. He wants a two story Craftsman with a plunge pool, she wants a one story Midcentury and a writers retreat. Working with a tight budget, their agent Robert Baer will have quite the task, but once they do find the perfect house, the problems aren't over.

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1:00
PM
Episode 103

Monica and Jess work on taking down the wall between their old bedroom and the sunroom to make one large master bedroom with a view of the lake. From hanging barnbox planters on the wall to installing new wainscoting, they give the space a lake cottage feel. Meanwhile the sisters work on repairing the old back porch and making a hanging planter from an old chandelier.

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1:30
PM
Episode 104

Monica and Jess remember the struggle of not having a big enough bathroom when they were kids, so they give it a complete overhaul complete with a vintage claw foot tub and custom vanity. Meanwhile, sisters Brigette and Kerry accept Monica's challenge to see who can offer the best design for their respective guest bedrooms.

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2:00
PM
Episode 303

Baylor University graduates Chip and Joanna Gaines meet with two other Baylor alumni, Lori and Baron Craft, to tour three different houses in Waco. The Crafts live in Houston, but are looking to purchase a second home near the university in hopes that their 12-year-old son will one day live in the house and continue the family's Baylor legacy. With a budget of $160,000, Baron and Lori are looking for a three-bedroom house full of Old Waco character. The first house they visit, the Brick House, has an awkward closed-in porch in front that looks like it belongs in the back of the house. Inside, however, the house has a lot of old character and built-in detail that holds a lot of potential. The next house they tour is the Power House in one of the most historical neighborhoods in Waco. While the house has a lot of vintage charm and a huge backyard, the house would need all new electrical wiring, which means a lot more work. Is the character of the Power House worth the amount of renovation it requires? The Black and White House is the last stop on the Craft's tour. It lacks some of the character of the other two houses, but with beautiful hardwood floors and a cute layout on the inside, Joanna assures the Crafts that their budget is more than enough to transform the space into the house of their dreams. The Crafts face a tough decision: Which house will become their new home away from home?

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3:00
PM
Episode 305

With two kids under the age of ten, Jaime and Kyle Ferguson are drawn to the good schools and spacious lots in the area of McGregor, Texas. They are looking for a house with four bedrooms, an open kitchen, and lots of trees, and hope that Chip and Joanna can help them find the perfect fit. Their budget of $450,000 allows them a lot of flexibility for renovations, so Chip and Joanna take them on a tour of three houses in the area that couldn't be more different. The first stop on their tour is a large ranch-style home Chip calls the 'House in the Woods.' The next house feels like a step backward in time. Nicknamed the 'Wild West House,' it is a unique Victorian-style house said to be owned by a banker in the late 1800s. The last house they visit is a large, modern-style ranch nicknamed the 'Cliff House.'

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4:00
PM
Episode 306

For the first time ever on Fixer Upper, the tables are turned for Chip and Joanna. Instead of taking potential homebuyers on a tour of houses, this time it's the clients who are showing them a house. Sterling and Casey Zan inherited a 2,000 acre ranch from Sterling's grandfather, who she affectionately calls "Paw Paw." When he passed away, his house sat abandoned on a beautiful corner of the lot for almost ten years. Sterling has a lot of fond memories of the place, and hopes Chip and Joanna can restore it to its former glory. Chip warns her that the house is in serious disrepair and would need a hefty amount of work. While they have $160,000 in their budget to work with, the list of damage is lengthy and they would have to carefully prioritize fixing up the areas that need it most. Chip also knows of other rural properties in better shape that the Zans might be interested in, but he lets them consider their options before they make a decision.

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5:00
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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6:00
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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7:00
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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8:00
PM
Episode 813

When their lease was up, parents-to-be Marc and Ashleigh had to flee their tiny apartment. So now they're living with his parents where they face a daunting daily commute and the risk of getting stuck in real estate limbo. Enter Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott. They're determined to get Marc and Ashleigh into a sprawling home of their own before the baby arrives. For Drew, that means a high-stakes house hunt that becomes more stressful than anyone ever anticipated. Later, Jonathan promises to work his magic on some seriously dated disco interiors. But as the walls come down a long list of problems begins to emerge, and every nasty surprise has a catastrophic impact on the budget and the design plan.

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9:00
PM
Episode 806

Darren and Tory love the city, but with a dog and two kids, they're tired of squeezing into a tiny urban apartment. The couple is desperate to find a spacious family property in the suburbs. And with their lease quickly coming to an end, they need to find it before they get the boot. Drew and Jonathan step in with a real estate rescue operation and step number one is right-sizing the couple's expectations. With the renovation-shy couple on board, the search is on for a fixer upper with tons of potential. Though Drew warns against it, a low-ball offer lands the couple in hot water. Later, it's up to Jonathan to pick up the pace as structural issues, rising costs, and a surprise sprinkler system install leave him scrambling to complete the massive project before their deadline.

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10:00
PM
Episode 901

John, Sarah and their three young children recently relocated to Southern California and are eager to buy a home in Thousand Oaks. Working with an $860,000 budget, they hope to find something with a large backyard and an updated master bathroom. Sarah would like a ranch home with a contemporary farmhouse style, while John would prefer a Spanish-style home with clean lines and a modern vibe. They also have deal-breakers, like John's hatred of round design elements and Sarah not wanting a drain in the middle of the shower floor. They finally find a home and start renovations, but pricey issues keep popping up that hurt their timeline and also their budget. Will the stress and headaches be worth it in the end?

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11:00
PM
Episode 11810

A San Francisco couple dreams of buying a vacation home in the heart of wine country, Napa Valley. But in this pricey California market, they disagree over paying top dollar for turnkey versus paying less for a fixer-upper.

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11:30
PM
Episode 9301

Canadians Bryce Nimmo and Kim Johnson are betting all their marbles on San Miguel, Mexico. They have sold their home in Calgary and all their shares in Bryce's business, to create a nest egg to last the rest of their lives, hopefully! Revising his expense spreadsheet on a daily basis, Bryce has come up with a number for what they can afford for a house. If they go over it, either they have to make it up somewhere else, or not live as long. While Bryce thinks if they are going to live in Mexico, they should live in a Mexican style house, Kim likes contemporary style and modern appliances, which doesn't exactly jive with Bryce's wish list. Planning on living out the rest of their lives there, they both want a house without stairs, but the style and the budget are TBD.

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12:00
AM
Episode 806

Darren and Tory love the city, but with a dog and two kids, they're tired of squeezing into a tiny urban apartment. The couple is desperate to find a spacious family property in the suburbs. And with their lease quickly coming to an end, they need to find it before they get the boot. Drew and Jonathan step in with a real estate rescue operation and step number one is right-sizing the couple's expectations. With the renovation-shy couple on board, the search is on for a fixer upper with tons of potential. Though Drew warns against it, a low-ball offer lands the couple in hot water. Later, it's up to Jonathan to pick up the pace as structural issues, rising costs, and a surprise sprinkler system install leave him scrambling to complete the massive project before their deadline.

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1:00
AM
Episode 901

John, Sarah and their three young children recently relocated to Southern California and are eager to buy a home in Thousand Oaks. Working with an $860,000 budget, they hope to find something with a large backyard and an updated master bathroom. Sarah would like a ranch home with a contemporary farmhouse style, while John would prefer a Spanish-style home with clean lines and a modern vibe. They also have deal-breakers, like John's hatred of round design elements and Sarah not wanting a drain in the middle of the shower floor. They finally find a home and start renovations, but pricey issues keep popping up that hurt their timeline and also their budget. Will the stress and headaches be worth it in the end?

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2:00
AM
Episode 11810

A San Francisco couple dreams of buying a vacation home in the heart of wine country, Napa Valley. But in this pricey California market, they disagree over paying top dollar for turnkey versus paying less for a fixer-upper.

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2:30
AM
Episode 9301

Canadians Bryce Nimmo and Kim Johnson are betting all their marbles on San Miguel, Mexico. They have sold their home in Calgary and all their shares in Bryce's business, to create a nest egg to last the rest of their lives, hopefully! Revising his expense spreadsheet on a daily basis, Bryce has come up with a number for what they can afford for a house. If they go over it, either they have to make it up somewhere else, or not live as long. While Bryce thinks if they are going to live in Mexico, they should live in a Mexican style house, Kim likes contemporary style and modern appliances, which doesn't exactly jive with Bryce's wish list. Planning on living out the rest of their lives there, they both want a house without stairs, but the style and the budget are TBD.

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3:00
AM
Episode 813

When their lease was up, parents-to-be Marc and Ashleigh had to flee their tiny apartment. So now they're living with his parents where they face a daunting daily commute and the risk of getting stuck in real estate limbo. Enter Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott. They're determined to get Marc and Ashleigh into a sprawling home of their own before the baby arrives. For Drew, that means a high-stakes house hunt that becomes more stressful than anyone ever anticipated. Later, Jonathan promises to work his magic on some seriously dated disco interiors. But as the walls come down a long list of problems begins to emerge, and every nasty surprise has a catastrophic impact on the budget and the design plan.

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