TV Schedule

Monday, Sep 28

6:00
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Episode 301

Elizabeth and Scott spent summers growing up on the lakes of Hot Springs, Arkansas. After living in Virginia for over a decade, they are ready to return to their roots, this time with their son, Jackson. With the help of a local real estate agent, the family looks to find lakefront lodging for under $375,000.

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6:30
AM
Episode 302

Dan and Michelle want to share their love of lakefront living with their two kids. They hope to find the perfect waterfront property on Lake Norman, North Carolina, for only $350,000.

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7:00
AM
Episode 303

Steve and Roxann live in Alabaster, Alabama and have been married for 30 years. Ever since their two kids were young, they've vacationed along the shores of Logan Martin Lake. As the children grew up learning how to swim, fish, and water ski, the entire family developed a very special connection with the area. Unfortunately most of these trips would only last a single day or weekend. So now Steve and Roxann feel they're ready to purchase a home of their own, so the family can enjoy the lake for extended periods of time and come and go as they please. With the help of real estate agent, Nicole Anderson Walters, they hope to find their very own lakeside haven for $300,000 or less.

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7:30
AM
Episode 304

Joseph and Leslie live in Birmingham, AL, with their two kids. After careful planning, they're ready to look for a vacation home on Smith Lake where they can enjoy time together as a family.

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8:00
AM
Episode 305

Peter and Kathryn fell in love with Lake Champlain in upstate New York when they were high school sweethearts. Now raising four children, the couple wants to buy the perfect vacation home for the entire family on the lake.

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8:30
AM
Episode 306

A couple from Palm Beach County, FL, are looking for a relaxing getaway to spend more quality time with their daughter. They hope to find a lakeside home on Lake Chatuge, which sits on the North Carolina-Georgia border.

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9:00
AM
Episode 307

Married business owners with two daughters want a weekend escape from their hectic lives in Spokane, WA. They decide to look for a property on pristine Deer Lake for under $360,000.

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9:30
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Episode 308

Mark and Dorena are avid sailors from Chaumont, New York, and have two kids. While they love living in the village of Chaumont, they really want a waterfront cottage on Lake Ontario closer to their yacht club.

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10:00
AM
Episode 309

Bob and Lisa dream of spending more time near their family in Grand Lake, Colorado. With a love for the outdoors and a need for time to unwind, this Florida couple wants to find a vacation home perched on the deep blue waters along the Rocky Mountain National Park. With home prices reaching high into the millions, the couple enlists real estate agent, Adriane Hauck, to help them find the perfect retreat for under $375,000.

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10:30
AM
Episode 310

Ted and Amanda are from Jonesboro, Arkansas, and have two kids. After spending time at Cherokee Village with friends over the years, they've decided to purchase a vacation home and must choose between a turnkey or a fixer upper.

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11:00
AM
Episode 311

Jenny and Brett have lived with their children in White Bear Lake, Minnesota, for over a decade. With Brett's rotating work schedule it can be tough to plan a weekend trip, so they're looking to relocate to a permanent lake lifestyle in Polk County, Wisconsin. Located about 75 miles northeast of the Twin Cities, Polk County is the perfect rural location offering Jenny and Brett the wilderness wonderland they've been searching for. With the help of local real estate agent, Patti Katzmark, Jenny and Brett hope to hunt down a heck of a deal for under $360,000.

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11:30
AM
Episode 312

Herman and Susan live in Louisburg, Kansas with their two children, Mandy and Herman IV. They've been vacationing on the Lake of the Ozarks since 1997 and even bought a home there in 2007. But when the family realized they wanted to live in a more central location, closer to friends and all the lake action, they sold it. Now, Herman and Susan want to not only find a new home near the Hurricane Deck Bridge, but a property that has deep enough water and enough storage space for a brand new boat they plan to buy once their search is complete. With the help of real estate agent, Terry Summers, Herman and Susan hope to find a lakefront family getaway for $225,000 or less, because spending any more would cut into the boat budget and that's just not an option.

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12:00
PM
Episode 313

Sisters Gretchen and Natalie live with their families a couple of miles apart in San Diego, California. Despite residing in the same city, it can be hard to find time to spend time together, so they're craving a cabin to cozy up in on Big Bear Lake. Located just two and a half hours away, the area is a year-round recreational paradise, providing a unique mountain resort experience fit for the whole family. With the help of local real estate agent, Joe Kovich, these two families will search for a home with the bare necessities for under $350,000.

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12:30
PM
Episode 201

Nick and Marie are from the Rochester area of upstate New York. Self proclaimed workaholics, they would love to find a vacation home where they can not only escape the stress of their hectic work schedule but also spend quality time with their two grown daughters, Alyssa and Angela. Nick and Marie have always found the water to be very soothing, and they feel a lake house would provide the perfect backdrop for optimal family relaxation. They've targeted the quaint, countryside town of Penn Yan, which sits on Keuka Lake, one of the eleven Finger Lakes in Western New York. With the assistance of real estate agent, Mark Moon, Nick and Marie hope to land a lakefront sanctuary for under $325,000.

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1:00
PM
Episode 202

Eddie and Michaela hope to find a home on the lake to escape the hustle and bustle of their lives during the week. They know that the beauty and laid back lifestyle of Kerr Lake in Clarksville, VA suits their needs perfectly; with lush, wooded surroundings, ample fishing and miles and miles of pristine shores. But, finding a lake house suitable for a family of four and in their budget of $250,000 has its challenges. With the help of local real estate agent, Bill Baker, Eddie and Michaela set out to find their home away from home.

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1:30
PM
Episode 203

A man needs a house with a project, but his wife wants turnkey ready. After hunting for lakefront homes in several different states, the couple is ready to call the Sebago Lakes Region of Maine their second home. They enlist the help of local real estate agent to help them find the perfect getaway home that the couple can agree on all for under $230,000.

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2:00
PM
Episode 204

After finding it hard to vacation comfortably with a family of seven, Tara and Doug decide to take the plunge and find the perfect fit for their family getaways on majestic Moosehead Lake in Maine. As a real estate agent by trade, Tara has given herself the ultimate challenge, to act as both the agent and the client while finding her family a lakefront property to make lasting memories while under the tight constraint of only a $100,000 budget.

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2:30
PM
Episode 205

A couple from Indiana travels to Norris Lake in Tennessee to find a lake house with loads of privacy. However, they discover that finding the perfect getaway is trickier than they expected.

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3:00
PM
Episode 206

A couple that loves spending time on Louisiana's Lake Pontchartrain are looking for their own waterfront home in Slidell, Louisiana. While a pool is a must for him, lake access for her kayak is all she needs.

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3:30
PM
Episode 207

A couple looks for a lakeside retreat on Table Rock Lake in Missouri where they can escape their busy lifestyles. However, finding a dream lake house that meets all of their needs and their $350,000 is no easy feat.

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4:00
PM
Episode 107

Aaron and Keri are ready to get out of their tiny apartment, especially with the new addition to their family, their baby boy. They love the town of Oshkosh, Wisconsin but want to live closer to the water so they can enjoy the calming views and active lifestyle. Aaron and Keri have their sights set on Lake Winnebago, but finding a spacious house right on the lake below $285,000 is not an easy task. Aaron and Keri enlist the help of local real estate agent, Megan Lang, to help make their dream of lakefront living a reality.

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4:30
PM
Episode 108

John and Melissa have the chance to move to upstate New York and give their kids the chance to experience the great outdoors. Sleepy Hollow Lake has the big water feel John is nostalgic for, but Melissa is more concerned with the house itself. Finding a blend of both exterior lakefront appeal and practical indoor design for under $300,000 is a tall order for real estate agent, Vicky Wolpert, but if she can check off all the boxes under budget, it will bring John and Melissa's dreams for their family to fruition.

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5:00
PM
Episode 109

After answering an Internet ad looking for a companion to an arts festival in Nevada, Kelli met Don and quickly fell in love. Now, after eight years of marriage, they're tired of being landlocked in the Arizona desert and are hoping to find a home on Lake Union in Seattle, Washington. While Don and Kelli both have a mutual love of the water, Don doesn't just want a home with lake frontage or water views, he wants to live on the water, in a houseboat. With the help of real estate agent Kevin Bagley, Don hopes to convince Kelli to jump on-board with the nautical lifestyle and hopefully purchase a houseboat for under $300,000.

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5:30
PM
Episode 110

Brian and Eileen are from Ballston, New York and have been married for 14 years. Between raising their two daughters and managing a family business, life at home has become hectic. Brian and Eileen would love to find a vacation home where they can get away and spend quality time together as a family. Having both grown up around the water they feel a lake house would be the perfect setting for building lasting family memories. With a variety of lakes in the Adirondacks of New York to chose from, they've decided on the private but sizable Brant Lake. While Eileen wouldn't mind spending less money on a fixer-upper, Brian is set on finding a turnkey ready home. With the help of

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6:00
PM
Episode 111

A Kentucky couple comes to Lake Cumberland to find a houseboat for their water-crazed family.

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6:30
PM
Episode 112

After meeting at a mutual friend's bonfire party, Greg and Sheila began dating and soon fell in love. Both divorcés quickly bonded over their children, who were already friends, as well as their shared love of the outdoors and water. As they look to the future, Greg and Sheila are interested in blending their two families under one roof. With the help of real estate agent, Jane Towle, Greg and Sheila hope to find a lakefront home for under $150,000.

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7:00
PM
Episode 113

Stephanie and Mike have lived in the Finger Lake region all their lives but are now ready to find a home of their own where they can entertain their friends and someday raise a family of their own. They both love the idea of living right on the water but are not sure if their budget of $250,000 will get them the space they desire in a lakefront property. Stephanie and Mike enlist the help of real estate agent and high school friend, Simon Fricano, to help make their dream of living on Cayuga Lake a reality.

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7:30
PM
Episode 401

Veronica and Carlos have always loved spending their summers on Canyon Lake in Texas. Wanting to balance out parenthood with more fun times by the water, the couple is hoping to find a weekend getaway they can call their own.

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8:00
PM
Episode 1301

Two mother-daughter duos face off for the $5000 prize. The fun and games start at the flea market where each team gets a budget of $500 and only one hour to find three projects on their flip list, which includes: Fun and Functional, Pattern Play and a Girl Power Project. In the workshop the teams create one-of-kind pieces, including a set of end tables made from old film reels and an old desk reinvented as a crafting station. The team that turns the biggest profit at the flea market takes home the $5000 prize.

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8:30
PM
Episode 1302

It's a family showdown as an aunt and her niece battle a pair of siblings for $5,000. The competition begins at the flea market, where each team gets $500 and one hour to find three projects from their flip list that includes Farm To Table, Vintage Pairs and Stripping Beauty. Then the teams take their finds into the workshop, where they create pieces including a hand truck transformed into a coffee table and a card catalog converted into a console. The teams head back to the flea market with their creations, and the one that makes the bigger profit takes home $5,000.

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9:00
PM
Episode 1303

Two teams of furniture flippers face off at the flea market for $5,000. The action kicks off when each team receives a budget of $500 and just one hour to find the three projects on their flip list, which includes Chic Storage, Twisted Traditional and Industrial Workspace. The teams then head into the workshop to reimagine their pieces, turning a pair of gold wings into a table and a cart into a shelving unit. Both teams return to the flea with their newly created designs, and the one that makes the bigger profit takes home $5,000.

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9:30
PM
Episode 1304

Two teams face off in an America-themed flip battle for $5,000. Each team receives a budget of $500 to shop the flea market for three projects on their flip list, which includes Modern Americana, Industrial Revolution and a Freedom of Choice project. Then they head for the workshop to create inspired designs, including a wheelbarrow transformed into a coffee table and an old cabinet converted into a wine bar. Back at the flea market, the pair that makes the bigger profit takes home bragging rights and the $5,000 prize.

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10:00
PM
Episode 1305

Two teams of flippers put their creativity to the test for the chance to win $5,000. The competition starts at the flea market, where each team gets $500 and one hour to find three projects on their flip list of Blended Design, Rustic Reimagine and Built-In Beauty. In the workshop, they transform their purchases into pieces including a console table made from wooden apple chutes and a bistro set formed from an old metal gear and some stools. The teams then head back to the flea market with their fixed-up finds, where the team that makes the bigger profit wins $5,000.

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10:30
PM
Episode 1306

Two teams of experienced furniture flippers battle each other -- and the heat -- for $5,000. The competition begins at the flea market, where each team gets $500 and one hour to find three projects on their flip list, which includes Eco-Chic, Sleek Storage and a Centerpiece Project. The teams then head to the workshop, where they create one-of-kind pieces like a kitchen island made from a table saw and a console table constructed from mailboxes. The temperature rises as the teams return to the flea market, and the team that makes the bigger profit takes home $5,000.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1307

Two teams of furniture flippers square off to compete for $5,000 and bragging rights. The competition begins at the flea market, where each team gets $500 and an hour to shop for three projects on their flip list, which includes Furniture Fusion, Get Graphic and Hip Hybrid Design. In the workshop, they create unique pieces like a foldable picnic table infused with modern flair and a desk made out of industrial drawers. The teams then head back to the flea market, where the pair that makes the bigger profit wins the $5,000 prize.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1308

Two couples who love to flip furniture compete for $5,000, starting at the flea market where each team gets $500 and one hour to find the three projects on their flip list: Global Textiles, Simply Zen and Go with the Grain. After they each purchase similar-looking mudcloth, the two teams head into the workshop to create showstopping pieces like a bamboo rack turned into a coffee table and a wooden chest converted into a storage bench. The teams return to the flea market, and the one that makes the bigger profit walks off with $5,000.

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12:00
AM
Episode 1301

Two mother-daughter duos face off for the $5000 prize. The fun and games start at the flea market where each team gets a budget of $500 and only one hour to find three projects on their flip list, which includes: Fun and Functional, Pattern Play and a Girl Power Project. In the workshop the teams create one-of-kind pieces, including a set of end tables made from old film reels and an old desk reinvented as a crafting station. The team that turns the biggest profit at the flea market takes home the $5000 prize.

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12:30
AM
Episode 1302

It's a family showdown as an aunt and her niece battle a pair of siblings for $5,000. The competition begins at the flea market, where each team gets $500 and one hour to find three projects from their flip list that includes Farm To Table, Vintage Pairs and Stripping Beauty. Then the teams take their finds into the workshop, where they create pieces including a hand truck transformed into a coffee table and a card catalog converted into a console. The teams head back to the flea market with their creations, and the one that makes the bigger profit takes home $5,000.

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1:00
AM
Episode 1303

Two teams of furniture flippers face off at the flea market for $5,000. The action kicks off when each team receives a budget of $500 and just one hour to find the three projects on their flip list, which includes Chic Storage, Twisted Traditional and Industrial Workspace. The teams then head into the workshop to reimagine their pieces, turning a pair of gold wings into a table and a cart into a shelving unit. Both teams return to the flea with their newly created designs, and the one that makes the bigger profit takes home $5,000.

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1:30
AM
Episode 1304

Two teams face off in an America-themed flip battle for $5,000. Each team receives a budget of $500 to shop the flea market for three projects on their flip list, which includes Modern Americana, Industrial Revolution and a Freedom of Choice project. Then they head for the workshop to create inspired designs, including a wheelbarrow transformed into a coffee table and an old cabinet converted into a wine bar. Back at the flea market, the pair that makes the bigger profit takes home bragging rights and the $5,000 prize.

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2:00
AM
Episode 1305

Two teams of flippers put their creativity to the test for the chance to win $5,000. The competition starts at the flea market, where each team gets $500 and one hour to find three projects on their flip list of Blended Design, Rustic Reimagine and Built-In Beauty. In the workshop, they transform their purchases into pieces including a console table made from wooden apple chutes and a bistro set formed from an old metal gear and some stools. The teams then head back to the flea market with their fixed-up finds, where the team that makes the bigger profit wins $5,000.

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2:30
AM
Episode 1306

Two teams of experienced furniture flippers battle each other -- and the heat -- for $5,000. The competition begins at the flea market, where each team gets $500 and one hour to find three projects on their flip list, which includes Eco-Chic, Sleek Storage and a Centerpiece Project. The teams then head to the workshop, where they create one-of-kind pieces like a kitchen island made from a table saw and a console table constructed from mailboxes. The temperature rises as the teams return to the flea market, and the team that makes the bigger profit takes home $5,000.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1307

Two teams of furniture flippers square off to compete for $5,000 and bragging rights. The competition begins at the flea market, where each team gets $500 and an hour to shop for three projects on their flip list, which includes Furniture Fusion, Get Graphic and Hip Hybrid Design. In the workshop, they create unique pieces like a foldable picnic table infused with modern flair and a desk made out of industrial drawers. The teams then head back to the flea market, where the pair that makes the bigger profit wins the $5,000 prize.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1308

Two couples who love to flip furniture compete for $5,000, starting at the flea market where each team gets $500 and one hour to find the three projects on their flip list: Global Textiles, Simply Zen and Go with the Grain. After they each purchase similar-looking mudcloth, the two teams head into the workshop to create showstopping pieces like a bamboo rack turned into a coffee table and a wooden chest converted into a storage bench. The teams return to the flea market, and the one that makes the bigger profit walks off with $5,000.

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