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Tuesday, Feb 13

6:30
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Episode 106

Jessie and Tina discover a home in the hip and eclectic area of Retro Row in Long Beach, California. Highlighting bright and bold color choices, Jessie and Tina attempt to bring this Craftsman house back to life. Once renovations begin, they discover an un-permitted room of the house that they cannot use. Will Jessie and Tina's unique style in this house resonate with the buyers in this area or will they go too far over budget recreating the layout in this house?

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7:00
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Episode 106

Cherie Barber creates valuable rooms out of dead zones by transforming an unused closet into a home office with an 8-foot-long desk, and a utilizing a rear entry as a butler's pantry. A 70's claustrophobic kitchen becomes the home's showpiece by repositioning the kitchen doorway to improve flow to the living area, rearranging the work triangle and installing soapstone countertops. Cherie replaces the bathroom's flimsy shower with a smart cast iron tub/shower combo.

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8:00
AM
Episode 315

In this episode we look back in on some of our most memorable buyers, including a Chicago family who gutted their kitchen to make their house a dream home. Then we'll catch up with a Vegas couple with quirky taste who customized a huge house. And finally, we'll head back to Pensacola, where a family of five that moved to be closer to extended family have brought wow factor to their new home.

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8:30
AM
Episode 305

Ever wonder what happens after our house hunters choose their new homes? In this episode we revisit some of our most memorable buyers, including a Jonesboro, Arkasas, couple who learned the hard way what it takes to run a long-distance renovation when they tackled a fixer on the Caribbean island of St. Maarten. Plus, we catch up with a couple who took on a huge home in need of TLC in Macungie, Pennsylvania. You'll see how they created living spaces that work perfectly for the adults and the kids! Finally, we return to the Salt Lake City suburbs, where a professional roper and his wife were determined to turn a bland tract home into a place with unique cowboy style!

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9:00
AM
Episode 314

In this episode we revisit some of our most memorable buyers, including an outspoken Dallas couple who bought their first home and undertook a whole-house renovation to make it perfect. Then we'll catch up with a couple in Vancouver, B.C., who have transformed their house into a cozy family retreat over the last seven years. And finally, we'll return to Montana, where young newlyweds have earned their beautiful renovation with a lot of sweat equity.

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9:30
AM
Episode 509

House Hunters revisits memorable buyers to see their renovations. First is a unique home in Georgia, then an engaged couple's makeover in Ohio and finally a gorgeous lakeside getaway in New York.

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10:00
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Episode 414

House Hunters revisits memorable buyers including Dan and Douglas who bought a vintage charmer in Salt Lake City and gave it a colorful touch. Then we visit a young, hip couple in New Orleans who made big changes to a Craftsman, and a couple in rural Virginia who literally bought the farm, then remodeled it.

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10:30
AM
Episode 508

House Hunters revisits memorable buyers to see their renovations. First is a glam and glitz row house in Washington DC, then a colorful kitchen built for a dance party in New Jersey and finally a family's beautiful makeover in Chicago.

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11:00
AM
Episode 506

House Hunters returns to past buyers to check out their renovations, including a couple in Florida who spent over $1 million and a family in Michigan that has literally had a cow renovating their farmhouse. Then we head to Seattle to catch up with a buyer who decorated her home with a very unique sense of style.

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11:30
AM
Episode 101

Local renovators Annie and Jordan Obermann transform a cramped house into a European cottage in Fort Collins, Colorado. They remap the entire home to give the main space more natural light and provide some much-needed privacy to the master suite.

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12:00
PM
Episode 403

With two grown kids out of the house, John and Stephanie Eberle agree it's time to downsize and look for the perfect place to relax as they enter retirement. Chip and Johanna take them on a tour of vastly different homes in hopes of satisfying some of their priorities that include a large kitchen, a nice living space and a location that's near amenities while in a quiet neighborhood. They narrow their search to two homes with excellent views in peaceful surroundings but will one home's need of major renovations influence their decision?

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1:00
PM
Episode 104

Chip and Jo take a tour with single mom Karla Griffis through the Castle Crest neighborhood of Waco, Texas. After a difficult divorce, Karla's ready to move on from the hardest time of her life to the happiest. Chip calls Castle Crest the Heartbeat of Waco, where every home has its own charm and unique story - an ideal place for new beginnings. Can Chip and Jo create the perfect home for Karla's new life while they go through their own transition? Watch the surprises unfold as Chip approaches a big birthday and Jo's present puts her in peril!

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2:00
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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3:00
PM
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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4:00
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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5:00
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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6:00
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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7:00
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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 507

A couple has narrowed down their search to three homes that would work for their family of five. They task Chip and Jo with determining which house has the most renovation potential for their all-in budget of $850,000. Once they pick their house, Chip and Jo get to work transforming the house into a French country-meets-traditional style retreat. But with two large living rooms, two dining areas, and a brand new sunroom, will they be able to reach the finish line on time?

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9:00
PM
Episode SP05

Chip and Jo decide to build a large garden at the farm with their kids. The garden will contain fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers as well as a chicken coop, a chicken run and a cottage-style garden shed. But in order to make this garden match their 100-year-old farmhouse, Chip and Jo will have to bring in some antique charm and character to keep it from looking too new and modern. With a combination of antique doors, cedar shingles and a stone fireplace, this cottage-style garden and shed will look anything but modern.

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10:00
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Episode 105

Steve and Leanne Ford are back at the Collins' midcentury home for the final phase of renovation. With a tight budget of $30,000, the Fords must find a way to fit all of their design ideas into the Collins' bedrooms and bathrooms, along with their out-of-date indoor pool. Along the way, they get inspiration after a trip to the historic Fallingwater house by Frank Lloyd Wright.

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10:30
PM
Episode 14012

Palm Springs, CA, buyers with a specific wish list look for a bigger home. Both want an authentic midcentury place with views of the mountains. Not just any midcentury home will do, however. To satisfy this couple, the house will also need to have a significant architectural name behind it.

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11:00
PM
Episode 13811

A young family needs more space in Chicago. He wants to stay in a high-rise city loft close to work, but she dreams of raising their family in cookie-cutter suburbia. Will they find a compromise in the Windy City?

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11:30
PM
Episode 10912

Former London residents Lara and her husband Chad are now returning with two kids in tow. The family is focused on West London, which is close to Chad's work and more affordable than London proper. As the search begins, however, Lara can't fight her desire to embrace central London's amazing architecture and history, but it'll come at a cost.

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12:00
AM
Episode SP05

Chip and Jo decide to build a large garden at the farm with their kids. The garden will contain fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers as well as a chicken coop, a chicken run and a cottage-style garden shed. But in order to make this garden match their 100-year-old farmhouse, Chip and Jo will have to bring in some antique charm and character to keep it from looking too new and modern. With a combination of antique doors, cedar shingles and a stone fireplace, this cottage-style garden and shed will look anything but modern.

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1:00
AM
Episode 105

Steve and Leanne Ford are back at the Collins' midcentury home for the final phase of renovation. With a tight budget of $30,000, the Fords must find a way to fit all of their design ideas into the Collins' bedrooms and bathrooms, along with their out-of-date indoor pool. Along the way, they get inspiration after a trip to the historic Fallingwater house by Frank Lloyd Wright.

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1:30
AM
Episode 14012

Palm Springs, CA, buyers with a specific wish list look for a bigger home. Both want an authentic midcentury place with views of the mountains. Not just any midcentury home will do, however. To satisfy this couple, the house will also need to have a significant architectural name behind it.

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2:00
AM
Episode 13811

A young family needs more space in Chicago. He wants to stay in a high-rise city loft close to work, but she dreams of raising their family in cookie-cutter suburbia. Will they find a compromise in the Windy City?

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2:30
AM
Episode 10912

Former London residents Lara and her husband Chad are now returning with two kids in tow. The family is focused on West London, which is close to Chad's work and more affordable than London proper. As the search begins, however, Lara can't fight her desire to embrace central London's amazing architecture and history, but it'll come at a cost.

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3:00
AM
Episode 507

A couple has narrowed down their search to three homes that would work for their family of five. They task Chip and Jo with determining which house has the most renovation potential for their all-in budget of $850,000. Once they pick their house, Chip and Jo get to work transforming the house into a French country-meets-traditional style retreat. But with two large living rooms, two dining areas, and a brand new sunroom, will they be able to reach the finish line on time?

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