Extreme Makeover: Home... Episodes

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Extreme Makeover: Home Edition episodes

Oct 05, 2013: Thomas Family
Dec 17, 2012: Harris Family
Dec 17, 2012: Friday Family
Dec 10, 2012: Friday Family
Dec 10, 2012: Harris Family
Dec 03, 2012: Zdroj Family
Dec 03, 2012: Zdroj Family
Nov 26, 2012: Watson Family
Nov 26, 2012: Watson Family
Jan 13, 2012: Joplin Families
Jan 13, 2012: Joplin Families
Jan 06, 2012: Gibbs Family
Jan 06, 2012: Gibbs Family
Dec 16, 2011: Rhodes Family
Dec 16, 2011: Rhodes Family
Dec 09, 2011: Johnson-Goslee Family
Dec 09, 2011: Johnson-Goslee Family
Dec 02, 2011: Walker Family
Dec 02, 2011: Walker Family
Nov 18, 2011: Dunning Family
Nov 18, 2011: Dunning Family
Nov 11, 2011: Military Families
Nov 04, 2011: Hill Family
Nov 04, 2011: Hill Family
Oct 28, 2011: McPhail Family
Oct 28, 2011: McPhail Family
Oct 21, 2011: Keefer Family
Oct 21, 2011: Keefer Family
Oct 16, 2011: Korpai Family
Oct 09, 2011: Rucker Family
Oct 02, 2011: Gomez Family
Sep 25, 2011: Jubilee; Marshall Family
Sep 25, 2011: Jubilee; Marshall Family
May 15, 2011: Sharrock Family
May 08, 2011: Prewitt-Brewer Family
May 01, 2011: Dickinson Family
Apr 24, 2011: Hill Family
Apr 17, 2011: Hall Family
Feb 20, 2011: Zeigler-Hansen Family
Feb 13, 2011: Hurston Family
Jan 30, 2011: Brown Family
Jan 23, 2011: Graham Family
Jan 16, 2011: Simpson Family
Jan 09, 2011: Lampe Family
Jan 02, 2011: Grommesh Family
Dec 12, 2010: Gaston Family
Dec 05, 2010: Anderson Family
Nov 14, 2010: Lighthouse School/Sweatt Family
Nov 07, 2010: Marshall-Spreier Family
Oct 31, 2010: Oregon School for the Deaf
Oct 24, 2010: Urban Family
Oct 17, 2010: Arboleda Family
Oct 10, 2010: Johnson Family
Oct 03, 2010: Lutz Family
Sep 26, 2010: Boys Hope/Girls Hope
Sep 26, 2010: Boys Hope/Girls Hope
May 16, 2010: Williams Family
May 09, 2010: Starkweather Family
May 02, 2010: Carr Family
Apr 11, 2010: Suggs Family
Apr 04, 2010: Beach Family
Mar 21, 2010: Heathcock Family
Mar 14, 2010: Skaggs Family
Feb 21, 2010: Wagstaff Family
Feb 14, 2010: Tripp Family
Jan 31, 2010: Creasey Family
Jan 24, 2010: Powell Family
Jan 10, 2010: Cowan Family
Jan 03, 2010: Morris Family
Dec 13, 2009: Ward Family
Dec 06, 2009: Scott Family
Nov 29, 2009: Marshall Family
Nov 15, 2009: Stott Family
Nov 08, 2009: Terpenning Family
Nov 01, 2009: Mattingly Family
Oct 25, 2009: Montgomery Family
Oct 18, 2009: Marshall Family
Oct 11, 2009: Hill Family
Oct 04, 2009: Hampton Family
Sep 27, 2009: Huber Family
Sep 27, 2009: Huber Family
May 17, 2009: McFarland Family
May 17, 2009: McFarland Family
May 10, 2009: Cerda Family
May 03, 2009: Cooper Family
Apr 26, 2009: Jordan Family
Apr 12, 2009: Kadzis Family
Mar 29, 2009: Almquist Family
Mar 22, 2009: Bell Family
Mar 15, 2009: Ruiz Family
Mar 08, 2009: Riojas Family
Mar 01, 2009: Augustin Family
Feb 08, 2009: Girard Family
Jan 25, 2009: Tutwiler Family
Jan 18, 2009: Drumm Family
Jan 11, 2009: Grys Family
Jan 04, 2009: Slaughter Family
Dec 07, 2008: DeVries Family
Nov 30, 2008: Nickless Family
Nov 16, 2008: Frisch Family
Nov 09, 2008: Martirez and Malek Families
Nov 02, 2008: Hill Family
Oct 26, 2008: McCully Family
Oct 19, 2008: King Family
Oct 12, 2008: Anders-Beatty Family
Oct 05, 2008: Akers Family
Sep 28, 2008: Jackson Family
Sep 28, 2008: Jackson Family
Sep 28, 2008: Jackson Family
May 18, 2008: Usea Family
May 18, 2008: Usea Family
May 11, 2008: Giunta Family
May 04, 2008: Silva Family
Apr 27, 2008: Martinez Family
Apr 27, 2008: Martinez Family
Mar 30, 2008: Latif Family
Mar 23, 2008: Gaudet Family
Mar 16, 2008: Boettcher Family
Mar 09, 2008: Turner Family
Mar 02, 2008: Lucas Family
Feb 17, 2008: Hughes Family
Feb 10, 2008: Gilyeat Family
Jan 27, 2008: Voisine Family
Jan 20, 2008: Luther Family
Jan 13, 2008: Woodhouse Family
Jan 06, 2008: Ray-Smith Family
Dec 17, 2007: Chapin Family
Dec 09, 2007: Vitale Family
Dec 02, 2007: Stockdale Family
Nov 26, 2007: Swenson-Lee Family
Nov 25, 2007: Swenson-Lee Family
Nov 11, 2007: Marrero Family
Nov 05, 2007: Miller Family
Oct 28, 2007: Yazzie Family
Oct 21, 2007: Carter Family
Oct 14, 2007: Brown Family
Oct 08, 2007: Byers Family
Sep 30, 2007: Akana Family
Sep 30, 2007: Akana Family
May 20, 2007: Oatman-Gaitan Family
May 20, 2007: Oatman-Gaitan Family
May 13, 2007: Jacobo Family
May 06, 2007: Kilgallon Family
Apr 29, 2007: Collins Family
Apr 22, 2007: Westbrook Family
Apr 08, 2007: Jones Family
Mar 26, 2007: Wilson Family
Mar 11, 2007: Tipton-Smith Family
Mar 04, 2007: Tate Family
Feb 18, 2007: O'Donnell Family
Feb 11, 2007: Thomas Family
Feb 11, 2007: Thomas Family
Jan 21, 2007: Riggins Family
Jan 14, 2007: Noyola Family
Jan 07, 2007: Fullerton-Machacek Family
Dec 10, 2006: Ripatti Family
Dec 10, 2006: Ripatti Family
Dec 10, 2006: Ripatti Family
Dec 03, 2006: Lewis Family
Nov 26, 2006: Pauni Family
Nov 19, 2006: Koepke Family
Nov 12, 2006: Farina Family
Nov 05, 2006: Thibodeau Family
Oct 29, 2006: Kibe Family
Oct 15, 2006: Bliven Family
Oct 08, 2006: Hawkins Family
Oct 01, 2006: Gilliam Family
Sep 24, 2006: Rogers Family
Sep 24, 2006: Rogers Family
Sep 17, 2006: Llanes Family
Sep 17, 2006: Llanes Family
Jun 19, 2006: Teas Family
Jun 12, 2006: Rodriguez Family
May 21, 2006: Turner Family
May 21, 2006: Turner Family
May 14, 2006: Arena Family
May 07, 2006: Peter Family
Apr 30, 2006: Py Family
Apr 30, 2006: Py Family
Apr 16, 2006: Hassall Family
Apr 14, 2006: Texas
Apr 09, 2006: Craft Family
Apr 06, 2006: New Orleans
Apr 02, 2006: Holmes Family
Apr 02, 2006: Holmes Family
Mar 30, 2006: Florida
Mar 23, 2006: Mississippi
Mar 19, 2006: Rainford Family
Mar 19, 2006: Rainford Family
Mar 12, 2006: White Family
Mar 12, 2006: White Family
Feb 19, 2006: Kubena Family
Feb 12, 2006: Crawford-Smith Family
Feb 12, 2006: Crawford-Smith Family
Jan 29, 2006: DeAeth Family
Jan 22, 2006: Hebert Family
Jan 15, 2006: Kirkwood Family
Jan 15, 2006: Kirkwood Family
Jan 08, 2006: Nutsch Family
Dec 12, 2005: Holiday Wishes
Dec 04, 2005: Novak Family
Nov 27, 2005: Lewis Family
Nov 27, 2005: Lewis Family
Nov 20, 2005: Tripp Johnson Family
Nov 13, 2005: Goodale Family
Nov 06, 2005: Tom Family
Nov 06, 2005: Tom Family
Oct 30, 2005: Ginyard Family
Oct 16, 2005: Teas Family
Oct 16, 2005: Teas Family
Oct 09, 2005: Harrison Family
Oct 02, 2005: Barrett Family
Sep 25, 2005: Rodriguez Family
Sep 25, 2005: Rodriguez Family
May 22, 2005: Piestewa Family
May 22, 2005: Piestewa Family
May 15, 2005: Vitale Family
May 15, 2005: Vitale Family
May 08, 2005: Johnson Family
May 01, 2005: Dolan Family
May 01, 2005: Dolan Family
Apr 24, 2005: Harvey Family
Apr 03, 2005: Leslie Family
Mar 27, 2005: Leomiti-Higgins Family
Mar 20, 2005: Powers Family
Mar 13, 2005: Okvath Family and University Medical Center
Mar 13, 2005: Okvath Family and University Medical Center
Mar 06, 2005: Harris Sextuplets
Feb 20, 2005: Harper Family
Feb 14, 2005: Family Reunion
Feb 13, 2005: Correa/Medeiros Families
Feb 13, 2005: Correa/Medeiros Families
Jan 23, 2005: Sears Family
Jan 16, 2005: Anderson Family
Jan 16, 2005: Anderson Family
Jan 09, 2005: Dore Family
Dec 12, 2004: Broadbent Family
Nov 28, 2004: Burns Family
Nov 21, 2004: Elcano Family
Nov 07, 2004: Vardon Family
Nov 07, 2004: Vardon Family
Oct 31, 2004: Ali Family
Oct 24, 2004: Mackey Family
Oct 17, 2004: Grinnan Family
Oct 10, 2004: Pope Family
Oct 03, 2004: Garay Family
Sep 26, 2004: Wofford Family
Jul 18, 2004: Imbriani Family
May 23, 2004: Cadigan-Scott Family
May 16, 2004: Powell Family
May 06, 2004: Friends Helping Friends
May 06, 2004: Friends Helping Friends Reveal
May 02, 2004: Walswick Family
Apr 25, 2004: Tugwell Family
Apr 18, 2004: Hardin Family
Apr 11, 2004: Zitek Family
Mar 28, 2004: Harris Family
Mar 21, 2004: McCrory Family
Mar 07, 2004: Mendoza Family
Feb 22, 2004: Cox Family
Feb 15, 2004: Woslum Family
Feb 15, 2004: Woslum Family
Dec 03, 2003: Pilot Episode
Nick Family
Nick Family

Thomas Family

The family of a 9/11 hero, Jason Thomas, have a home built for them by Ty and his team while they vacation at Walt Disney World. Ty also travels to Ground Zero to meet the two police officers Thomas helped rescue. read more

Harris Family

Conclusion. The team help a veteran who was wounded in Iraq. read more

Friday Family

Part 1 of 2. A couple with more than 30 foster children are given a larger house. read more

Friday Family

Conclusion. A couple with more than 30 foster children are given a larger house. read more

Harris Family

Part 1 of 2. The team help a veteran who was wounded in Iraq. read more

Zdroj Family

Part 1 of 2. The team travels to Texas to help the family of a volunteer firefighter who lost their house to a wildfire. read more

Zdroj Family

Conclusion. The team travels to Texas to help the family of a volunteer firefighter who lost their house to a wildfire. read more

Watson Family

Part 1 of 2. Guest host Jenny McCarthy helps a Knoxville family who run a support center for struggling single mothers. read more

Watson Family

Conclusion. Guest host Jenny McCarthy helps a Knoxville family who run a support center for struggling single mothers. read more

Joplin Families Season 9, Episode 23

Conclusion. In the series finale, seven homes are built in Joplin, Mo., for families who suffered great losses during the 2011 tornado. read more

Joplin Families Season 9, Episode 22

Part 1 of 2. In the series finale, seven homes are built in Joplin, Mo., for families who suffered great losses during the 2011 tornado. read more

Gibbs Family Season 9, Episode 21

Conclusion. A legally blind widow raising six children in an Iowa farmhouse is helped. read more

Gibbs Family Season 9, Episode 20

Part 1 of 2. A legally blind widow raising six children in an Iowa farmhouse is helped. read more

Rhodes Family Season 9, Episode 19

Conclusion. The team helps Columbus, Ohio, grandparents who care for their adult daughter, who has a brain tumor, and her children in their small house that's home to seven people. read more

Rhodes Family Season 9, Episode 18

Part 1 of 2. The team helps Columbus, Ohio, grandparents who care for their adult daughter, who has a brain tumor, and her children in their small house that's home to seven people. read more

Johnson-Goslee Family Season 9, Episode 17

Conclusion. The team travels to Maryland to help the family of a teen who lost his hand in an accident, and is someone who has given to his family and community. read more

Johnson-Goslee Family Season 9, Episode 16

Part 1 of 2. The team travels to Maryland to help the family of a teen who lost his hand in an accident, and who is someone who has given to his family and community in many selfless ways. read more

Walker Family Season 9, Episode 15

Conclusion. A Springfield, Mass., home harbors memories of a son's suicide, and the team builds a new home that honors the child's memory, but without the constant reminders of the tragedy. read more

Walker Family Season 9, Episode 14

Part 1 of 2. A Springfield, Mass., home harbors memories of a son's suicide, and the team builds a new home that honors the child's memory, but without the constant reminders of the tragedy. read more

Dunning Family Season 9, Episode 13

Conclusion. The team goes to Lewes, Del., to help a family who founded the "Jusst Sooup Ministry," which they run from a rental property where they live and store their food. read more

Dunning Family Season 9, Episode 12

Part 1 of 2. The team goes to Lewes, Del., to help a family who founded the "Jusst Sooup Ministry," which they run from a rental property where they live and store their food. read more

Military Families

In a fund-raiser for veterans and their families, Ty Pennington and cohost Jewel recall past shows involving military families. Included are follow-up segments visiting the families who were helped. Appearing are baseball's Shane Victorino, Clay Bucholz and Daniel Murphy. read more

Hill Family Season 9, Episode 11

Conclusion. Glenn Close works with the team to help a veteran wounded in Iraq and suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. A new home is built on a new plot of land that offers a quiet environment, unlike the current home, located near a rock quarry where dynamite is often exploded. read more

Hill Family Season 9, Episode 10

Part 1 of 2. Glenn Close works with the team to help a veteran wounded in Iraq and suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. A new home is built on a new plot of land that offers a quiet environment, unlike the current home, located near a rock quarry where dynamite is often exploded. read more

McPhail Family Season 9, Episode 9

Conclusion. The team helps an Oregon couple who have two autistic sons and who have devoted their lives to helping children with medical issues by starting a local chapter of Sparrow Clubs. read more

McPhail Family Season 9, Episode 8

Part 1 of 2. The team helps an Oregon couple with two autistic sons and who have devoted their lives to helping children with medical issues by starting a local chapter of Sparrow Clubs. read more

Keefer Family Season 9, Episode 7

Conclusion. The team travels to Pennsylvania to the home of a young man who was paralyzed in a gymnastics injury while in college and whose father retired to give him 24-hour care. read more

Keefer Family Season 9, Episode 6

Part 1 of 2. The team travels to Pennsylvania to the home of a young man who was paralyzed in a gymnastics injury while in college and whose father retired to give him 24-hour care. read more

Korpai Family Season 9, Episode 5

The home of a family of a child with dwarfism is redesigned so the girl can live comfortably and have access to all parts and functions of the home. read more

Rucker Family Season 9, Episode 4

A girl who saved her sister from an oncoming truck and was hit and is now wheelchair-bound is sent with her family to Walt Disney World while her home in Georgia gets a makeover. Included: the child meets basketball's Dwight Howard; and athlete Katie Holloway, who was on the U.S. Paralympic Sitting Volleyball Team. read more

Gomez Family Season 9, Episode 3

Following the work done for a Utah family and their boy who has blood disorders and is in need of a bone-marrow transplant. read more

Jubilee; Marshall Family Season 9, Episode 2

Conclusion. First Lady Michelle Obama makes an appearance in the ninth-season opener in which the Steps-N-Stages Jubilee House for homeless female veterans in Fayetteville, N.C., founded by Navy veteran Barbara Marshall, is renovated with the help of armed-forces members. read more

Jubilee; Marshall Family Season 9, Episode 1

Part 1 of 2. First Lady Michelle Obama makes an appearance in the ninth-season opener in which the Steps-N-Stages Jubilee House for homeless female veterans in Fayetteville, N.C., founded by Navy veteran Barbara Marshall, is renovated with the help of armed-forces members. read more

Sharrock Family Season 8, Episode 23

Patrick, a 9-year-old with brittle bone disease, and his parents have a new home built for them in the Season 8 finale. During construction, the family travel to Hollywood to meet Patrick's hero, Atticus Shaffer, and the rest of "The Middle" cast. read more

Prewitt-Brewer Family Season 8, Episode 22

A Mother's Day episode features a volleyball coach who became a guardian to three sisters when their parents passed away. Her small, dilapidated home is replaced by Ty and his team with a home that meets the family's needs. Volleyball star Misty May appears. read more

Dickinson Family Season 8, Episode 21

The family of a Marine Staff Sergeant deployed in Afghanistan have their crumbling home rebuilt by Ty and his team, with help from 100 other marines. read more

Hill Family Season 8, Episode 20

A woman who has raised over 35 foster children, two biological children and six adopted girls, in addition to working to feed and clothe the homeless, has a new home built for her family by Ty and his team, who also organize a food drive to help her. read more

Hall Family Season 8, Episode 19

A former college baseball player who was paralyzed in an auto accident has a home built for his family by Ty and his team. While the work is done, the family vacation in Orlando, where they attend a spring-training event and meet shortstop Derek Jeter. read more

Zeigler-Hansen Family Season 8, Episode 18

A soldier wounded in a shooting rampage at Fort Hood, Texas, and his fiancée are given the wedding of their dreams and a new home. Those helping out include comic Dane Cook, designer Monique Lhuillier, entertainer Terry Fator and Duff Goldman ("Ace of Cakes"). read more

Hurston Family Season 8, Episode 17

A family dedicated to disaster relief has a new home built by Ty and his team when theirs is flooded, and their disaster-relief aircraft is upgraded. read more

Brown Family Season 8, Episode 16

A family who lost a teenage daughter in a texting-while-driving accident has a new home built for them. Justin Bieber, Emma Roberts and NASCAR's Carl Edwards and Greg Biffle volunteer. read more

Graham Family Season 8, Episode 15

A Georgia family involved in Girl Scouts has a new home built for them. read more

Simpson Family Season 8, Episode 14

A family whose son miraculously recovered from a life-threatening illness has a new home built for them. Chef Paula Deen and snowboarder Shaun White volunteer. read more

Lampe Family Season 8, Episode 13

A dilapidated house is demolished by Gabe Rygaard ("Ax Men") to make way for a new one that meets a wrestling-loving family's needs, including those of a child with Down syndrome. Other volunteers include fighter Randy Couture, wrestling coach Dan Gable and survival expert Les Stroud. read more

Grommesh Family Season 8, Episode 12

A 10-year-old boy who uses a wheelchair and his family have a new home built, and they share their good fortune by giving their old home, which the team fix up, to another family. read more

Gaston Family Season 8, Episode 11

Mariah Carey performs "Oh Santa!" and helps the team build a new home for a Florida family and decorate it for the holidays. read more

Anderson Family Season 8, Episode 10

A visually impaired couple in Ohio who established a Disability Awareness Center have their home rebuilt by Ty and his team with some help from John Legend, the Cleveland Browns and the Cleveland Cavaliers. read more

Lighthouse School/Sweatt Family Season 8, Episode 9

Ty's team rebuilds a school that was devastated by the 500-year flood that hit Tennessee on May 1, 2010. LeAnn Rimes, Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood pitch in, and Leigh Anne Tuohy (portrayed by Sandra Bullock in "The Blind Side") joins the design team. read more

Marshall-Spreier Family Season 8, Episode 8

An Idaho family whose lives were saved by their dog, Betsy---who woke them up when their house caught fire---has a new home built by the team and some canine friends. Kylie Minogue, a breast-cancer survivor like the family's mom, performs a concert at the reveal. read more

Oregon School for the Deaf Season 8, Episode 7

A Halloween episode finds Ty and his team making the basement safe again at the Oregon School for the Deaf, and building a haunted house there as a fund-raiser for the school. Rob Zombie and Marlee Matlin make guest appearances. read more

Urban Family Season 8, Episode 6

A young widow and infant daughter have their 300-year-old log cabin rebuilt by Ty and his team. Christie Brinkley helps with the build, and with fund-raising for the American Heart Association since the widow's husband died of a heart attack. read more

Arboleda Family Season 8, Episode 5

The man who created the "Move to the Groove" dance program to help combat childhood obesity gets his family home rebuilt. Derek Hough, Mark Ballas, Tony Dovolani, Chelsie Hightower and Anna Trebunskaya from "Dancing With the Stars" lend a hand. read more

Johnson Family Season 8, Episode 4

A Houston family with five daughters bought a fixer-upper, but had their grand plans derailed by Hurricane Ike and the economic downturn. But Ty and his team come to the rescue, with help from volunteer funnymen, including Cedric the Entertainer, Paul Rodriguez, Tommy Davidson and Ralphie May, and model Brooklyn Decker. read more

Lutz Family Season 8, Episode 3

A brother and sister caring for six Down Syndrome siblings adopted by their parents have their crumbling home rebuilt by Ty and his team. Kristin Chenoweth is a volunteer. read more

Boys Hope/Girls Hope Season 8, Episode 2

Conclusion. Ty and his team finish a project for Baltimore's Boys Hope/Girls Hope, which provides a safe environment for at-risk youth to live and learn in. Shaquille O'Neal and the kids from "Modern Family" lend a hand. read more

Boys Hope/Girls Hope Season 8, Episode 1

In Part 1 of the two-part Season 8 premiere, the team lends a hand to Baltimore's Boys Hope/Girls Hope, which provides a safe environment for at-risk youth, renovating the boys' facility and building the girls' facility. Katy Perry appears, and Raven-Symoné helps with the build. read more

Williams Family Season 7, Episode 25

In the Season 7 finale, a family with a dad who has Lou Gehrig's disease and a son with spina bifida get a rebuilt home with help from the NFL's Michael Oher and the Tuohy family, upon whom the movie "The Blind Side" is based. Also appearing: Demi Lovato; Wilmer Valderrama; and football analysts Herm Edwards, Mark Schlereth, Mark May and Desmond Howard. read more

Starkweather Family Season 7, Episode 24

A family with a chronically ill child have their ancient, problem-ridden home rebuilt by Ty and his team. Sheryl Crow and Miranda Lambert perform and volunteer, and Sarah McLachlan has a message for the family. read more

Carr Family Season 7, Episode 23

A Texas couple who adopted special-needs children from Kazakhstan have their cramped and dangerous home rebuilt by the team and celebrity volunteer Bill Engvall. Surfer Bethany Hamilton, whose lost an arm in a shark attack, accompanies the family on vacation in Hawaii. read more

Suggs Family Season 7, Episode 22

The family of a woman who adopted her younger siblings to keep them out of foster care have much-needed repairs made to the ramshackle home the husband inherited from his grandfather. NASCAR's Jeff Gordon volunteers, and WWE stars the Bella Twins, Big Show and R-Truth appear. read more

Beach Family Season 7, Episode 21

A couple who have fostered 80 children, adopted nine and given birth to four have their hurricane-ravaged home rebuilt by Ty and his team while they vacation at Walt Disney World. Jessica Alba volunteers to help, and is joined by a fan of the show. read more

Heathcock Family Season 7, Episode 20

An Iraq War veteran and his family, whose house was damaged by Hurricane Katrina, have their home rebuilt by Ty and his team. Christian Slater is the celebrity volunteer, and Celine Dion and the Jonas Brothers appear. read more

Skaggs Family Season 7, Episode 19

A family whose son had a heart transplant at 10 months of age have their moldy, termite-ridden house replaced with a safe new home by Ty and his team. Xzibit and Jillian Harris ("The Bachelorette") help with the rebuild. read more

Wagstaff Family Season 7, Episode 18

A family whose house doubles as a music school receive a home rebuild from Ty and the team. Guests include rock band KISS, who helps the family donate instruments, and artists from Marvel Entertainment, who create a superhero-themed bedroom for the family's 7-year-old son. read more

Tripp Family Season 7, Episode 17

A Maryland couple who devote their time and money to mentoring underprivileged kids have their crumbling two-bedroom home rebuilt by Ty and his team. Tyler Perry assists with the build. read more

Creasey Family Season 7, Episode 16

A cancer patient whose medical expenses have kept her family's home from being repaired gets a helping hand from Ty and his team. Jewel and Ty Murray also volunteer their help. read more

Powell Family Season 7, Episode 15

A Jamaican immigrant family who bought a six-bedroom fixer-upper that, unbeknownst to them, was scheduled for demolition, gets a helping hand from Ty and his team. Ashanti is the celebrity volunteer. read more

Cowan Family Season 7, Episode 14

Factory workers whose house is infested with mold that threatens their children's health have their home rebuilt by Ty and his team. David Cook and Xzibit are the celebrity volunteers. read more

Morris Family Season 7, Episode 13

A 100-year-old home where a teacher operates a day-care center is rebuilt with help from "Good Morning America" weatherman Sam Champion and the Muppets. read more

Ward Family Season 7, Episode 12

A woman who has a degenerative muscle disease and runs a charitable operation for children in her neighborhood has her home rebuilt and made wheelchair accessible by Ty and his team. Mary J. Blige is the celebrity volunteer. read more

Scott Family Season 7, Episode 11

A police officer's widow who is president of a support group called Concerns of Police Survivors and her three children have their termite-infested, water-damaged home rebuilt by Ty and his team. Usher and Selena Gomez are celebrity volunteers. read more

Marshall Family Season 7, Episode 10

A family of 10 have their home rebuilt after problems with mold, carbon monoxide and rotting wood threaten the children, particularly a 9-year-old who has leukemia. Patrick Dempsey is the celebrity volunteer, and is joined by a surprise celebrity guest. read more

Stott Family Season 7, Episode 9

A leukemia survivor, her husband and their three children have their uninhabitable farmhouse rebuilt by Ty and his team. David Duchovny is the celebrity volunteer on the build. read more

Terpenning Family Season 7, Episode 8

A wheelchair-sports champion who mentors disabled Iraq War veterans has his home rebuilt by Ty and his team. Kellie Pickler is the celebrity volunteer and sings at the reveal. read more

Mattingly Family Season 7, Episode 7

An injured firefighter, his EMT wife and their tween daughters get a new house to replace their crumbling trailer. Country star Clint Black is the celebrity volunteer. read more

Montgomery Family Season 7, Episode 6

An engineer who gave up the fast track to feed the hungry in his community has his crumbling home rebuilt by Ty and his team. Chefs Rocco DiSpirito, Sandra Lee, Art Smith and Spike Mendalsohn help with the job. read more

Marshall Family Season 7, Episode 5

A SWAT team officer shot in the neck in the line of duty has his family's home rebuilt by Ty and his team to accommodate his resulting physical disabilities. Trace Adkins is the celebrity volunteer on the project. read more

Hill Family Season 7, Episode 4

A musical family of 13 have their fire-damaged Connecticut home rebuilt by Ty and his team. Xzibit is the celebrity volunteer. read more

Hampton Family Season 7, Episode 3

A Missouri family that recently expanded to include the couple's four nieces and nephews get their one-bedroom cottage rebuilt by Ty and the team. Ashley Tisdale lends a hand with the build. read more

Huber Family Season 7, Episode 2

Conclusion of the seventh-season premiere. The home reveal for a decorated Wisconsin firefighter and his family, whose house was rebuilt by Ty and the team. read more

Huber Family Season 7, Episode 1

Part 1 of the two-part Season 7 premiere. A decorated Wisconsin firefighter gets his family's dilapidated farmhouse rebuilt by Ty and the team. Patricia Heaton helps with the build, and Five for Fighting performs. read more

McFarland Family Season 6, Episode 27

In the conclusion of the sixth-season finale, the Indiana Pacers stop by with a donation for the family, and the rebuilt home is revealed for the single dad and his three boys. read more

McFarland Family Season 6, Episode 26

In Part 1 of the two-part sixth-season finale, a single father of three who started a community reading program in Indianapolis has his crumbling, unsafe home rebuilt by Ty and his team. read more

Cerda Family Season 6, Episode 25

A couple whose two daughters have CIDD (Combined Immune Deficiency Disease) have their crumbling home, which threatens their daughters' lives, rebuilt by Ty and his team while the family vacation in Maui. read more

Cooper Family Season 6, Episode 24

A former army medic who uses a wheelchair gets his dilapidated double-wide rebuilt while the family vacation in Washington, D.C., and meet former Secretary of State Colin Powell, who presents them with a gift. read more

Jordan Family Season 6, Episode 23

A couple devoted to community service after facing the loss of a daughter to domestic violence and a son to a drunken driver get their deteriorating home rebuilt by Ty and the team. The family vacation in Disneyland during the construction. read more

Kadzis Family Season 6, Episode 22

A dying man gets his hurricane-damaged home rebuilt for his wife and their adopted special-needs children by Ty and the team. Stevie Wonder performs for the family on the day the makeover is revealed. read more

Almquist Family Season 6, Episode 21

A family that lives in a dilapidated trailer and operates a sanctuary for wild animals gets a new home and a state-of-the-art animal facility while they vacation in Costa Rica. The sanctuary is home to tigers, tortoises, parrots and alligators, as well as servals, Mexican beaded lizards, Siberian lynx and an Egyptian cobra. read more

Bell Family Season 6, Episode 20

The Bell family, whose 14-year-old daughter Lizzie is a Red Cross Hero with a rare blood disease, get their home rebuilt. Because of Lizzie's medical bills, the Bells' home had been neglected. It's sinking, the foundation is cracked, and it has termite and mold problems. Jo Frost ("Supernanny") makes an appearance. read more

Ruiz Family Season 6, Episode 19

The Ruiz family have fed thousands of starving people with their charitable foundation while construction on their own home has remained unfinished for 12 years. Ty and his team finish the job while the Ruiz family vacation in Paradise Island, Bahamas. Trainer Tony Little makes an appearance. read more

Riojas Family Season 6, Episode 18

A mother of four who was born without legs and with only one fully formed arm has her crumbling, cramped home renovated to accommodate her special needs. The family vacation in Crested Butte, Colo., while the work is done. read more

Augustin Family Season 6, Episode 17

A family devastated by a flood that destroyed their home and not-for-profit photography studio get a helping hand from Ty and his team. The mom does volunteer photography of babies born in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and their parents. read more

Girard Family Season 6, Episode 16

The Girard family faced two tragedies a year apart: They lost their home to a fire, then father Thomas and eldest son Marc drowned. Ty and his team build the surviving family members a new home while the Girards go to Walt Disney World. read more

Tutwiler Family Season 6, Episode 15

A veteran injured in Iraq whose family's house---and Kansas town---was destroyed by an F4 tornado gets a new home built by Ty and his team. Rocker Gavin Rossdale performs "Love Remains the Same" at the reveal. read more

Drumm Family Season 6, Episode 14

A home is reconstructed for a Pennsylvania couple who manage a Little League program for special-needs kids. The pair have two autistic children. read more

Grys Family Season 6, Episode 13

Stephen and Jean Grys, who have been foster parents for more than 25 years, get their home rebuilt to make it safer for their adopted son Jake, who has brittle bone disease. Cheryl Burke ("Dancing With the Stars") makes an appearance. read more

Slaughter Family Season 6, Episode 12

A dedicated corrections officer has his tornado-ravaged home rebuilt by Ty and the team. The officer and his family go on vacation to Walt Disney World while the work is being done. read more

DeVries Family Season 6, Episode 11

A schoolteacher with a heart condition and her mechanic husband, who has severe arthritis in his only hand, have their collapsing home rebuilt by Ty and the team while the family visits Niagara Falls. read more

Nickless Family Season 6, Episode 10

A widow living with her three sons in a dilapidated 148-year-old farmhouse has her home rebuilt by Ty and the team while the family vacations at Disney World. read more

Frisch Family Season 6, Episode 9

A minister and a firefighter with three biological children and eight adopted children have their cramped, dilapidated ranch house rebuilt by Ty and his team while the family vacations in Disney World. read more

Martirez and Malek Families Season 6, Episode 8

Ty and the team perform two makeovers in Missouri: The mother of twins with major birth defects gets a renovation to make her home safer, and a man with cerebral palsy who runs a coffee shop that employs disabled people gets a remodeled store. read more

Hill Family Season 6, Episode 7

A man who's been training poor children to box for 10 years and paying all the expenses himself has his family's 200-year-old farmhouse torn down and replaced by a new home and a boxing gym to help more kids in need. The family vacations in Cancun while the work is done. read more

McCully Family Season 6, Episode 6

A church deacon and his wife live in a dilapidated, mold-infested home that is threatening the life of their son, who has survived leukemia and lung transplants, so Ty and the team rebuild their house. The Arkansas family vacations in Santa Barbara during the remodel. read more

King Family Season 6, Episode 5

A North Carolina family that runs a day-care center at home gets the place remodeled to control a hazardous mold problem. Ty and the team rebuild the home while the family vacations in Puerto Rico. read more

Anders-Beatty Family Season 6, Episode 4

A Teacher of the Year and her four children are rescued from their crumbling Wisconsin home by Ty and his team. The family vacations in Canada during the renovation. read more

Akers Family Season 6, Episode 3

An Ohio family that includes a son with Crohn's disease and two daughters with spinal muscular atrophy get their home renovated to be handicapped accessible. The Jonas Brothers and pitcher Bronson Arroyo make appearances. read more

Jackson Family Season 6, Episode 2

The conclusion of the sixth-season premiere features a home makeover for a woman who took in her deceased sister's children and now heads a family of 15. Jennifer Hudson and Chris Cooley appear. read more

Jackson Family Season 6, Episode 1

Part 1 of 2 of sixth-season premiere. A woman who took in her deceased sister's children and now heads a family of 15 receives a home makeover from Ty and his team. read more

Jackson Family

A woman who took in her deceased sister's children and now heads a family of 15 receives a home makeover from Ty and his team. Jennifer Hudson and Chris Cooley appear. read more

Usea Family Season 5, Episode 30

In the conclusion of the two-part season finale, the new homes and church constructed by a coalition of builders in Hurricane Katrina-ravaged Westwego, La., are revealed. Also: The Ten Tenors perform "Here's to the Heroes." read more

Usea Family Season 5, Episode 29

In Part 1 of the two-part season finale, Ty and the team, along with a coalition of builders from different states, head to Westwego, La., to help with the rebuilding effort after Hurricane Katrina. This time they're rebuilding three homes and a church. The families vacation in Walt Disney World during the construction. read more

Giunta Family Season 5, Episode 28

A father who was injured in an automobile accident and cannot walk on his own is separated from his family because their ramshackle home is not handicapped accessible. Ty and his team rebuild the family's house so they can be reunited. While the work is being done, the family goes to Disney World. read more

Silva Family Season 5, Episode 27

The Silvas, the parents of three adopted boys and foster parents to more than a dozen children, live in a home with high levels of lead. Ty and his team take on the task of making the Silvas' home safe while the family vacations in Disney World. read more

Martinez Family Season 5, Episode 26

Conclusion. A home reveal for an Albuquerque pastor and his family, who have provided shelter for those in need and transformed a troubled neighborhood into an area now known as "God's block." read more

Martinez Family Season 5, Episode 25

Part 1 of 2. An Albuquerque pastor and his family, who have provided shelter for those in need and transformed a troubled neighborhood into an area now known as "God's block," have their home rebuilt by Ty and his team while they vacation at Walt Disney World. read more

Latif Family Season 5, Episode 24

A single mom whose time in a homeless shelter led to her getting her GED and attending college has her home rebuilt by Ty and his team. They also rebuild the Delaware home of the family's next-door neighbor and "adopted grandmother." read more

Gaudet Family Season 5, Episode 23

A family of eight whose small Alabama home was damaged by Hurricane Katrina and a fire has their home rebuilt while they vacation in Arizona. read more

Boettcher Family Season 5, Episode 22

A motorcycle minister and his wife, who turned their two-car garage into a teen community center, get their Nevada home rebuilt by Ty and his team. The family vacations in Hawaii during the construction. read more

Turner Family Season 5, Episode 21

A bighearted blended family of seven living in a ramshackle house too small for all the children to have beds have their West Virginia home rebuilt. In addition to taking care of their children, the parents coach community kids in football, basketball and cheerleading, and are caregivers to mentally challenged adults. The family vacations at Walt Disney World while their home is remodeled. read more

Lucas Family Season 5, Episode 20

A National Guardsman who was deployed to Iraq before he could finish building a house for his family gets help from Ty and his team. Toby Keith performs "American Soldier" for the family and the Virginia National Guard, and the family vacations at Walt Disney World while their home is finished. read more

Hughes Family Season 5, Episode 19

Patrick John and Patricia Hughes of Louisville receive a home makeover to accommodate the needs of their son, Patrick Henry, a blind musician who uses a wheelchair and plays in the University of Louisville marching band. While the team works on their house, the Hughes family take a trip to London. read more

Gilyeat Family Season 5, Episode 18

A single father, a decorated marine who lost a leg in Iraq, has his Kansas house rebuilt to be handicapped accessible while he and his kids vacation in California, see a concert and meet Miley Cyrus ("Hannah Montana"). read more

Voisine Family Season 5, Episode 17

A Manchester, N.H., couple and their four children get a new home after their old house was destroyed by a flood in May 2006. Country-music singer Rodney Atkins performs "These Are My People." read more

Luther Family Season 5, Episode 16

A recently widowed woman who runs a nonprofit, therapeutic horse-riding facility in Maryland suffering from financial troubles and structural damage gets a new home, indoor riding ring and a refurbished barn. read more

Woodhouse Family Season 5, Episode 15

A well air-conditioned home is built for the Colorado family of 10-year-old Kayla Woodhouse, who has a rare neurological disorder that severely limits her ability to feel pain and short-circuits her body's cooling system. Her family has been nearly bankrupted by her medical bills. read more

Ray-Smith Family Season 5, Episode 14

A couple with four children, one of whom is autistic, have their family home (which they believe is haunted) renovated by Ty and his team. Their home is over 100 years old and has an outdated septic system, no insulation and a cracked foundation, as well as a leaky roof, freezing pipes and wiring that's a fire hazard. read more

Chapin Family Season 5, Episode 13

A single mom who turned her pool into a community resource by teaching children (some of whom are disabled) to swim gets a much-needed renovation for her home and pool while the family vacations in Vero Beach, Fla. read more

Vitale Family Season 5, Episode 12

A Vermont family living in a house that's in imminent danger of collapse gets a new home that's handicapped accessible for their disabled child. read more

Stockdale Family Season 5, Episode 11

An Idaho couple, whose four children suffer from a debilitating blood disease, have a new home built for them by Ty and his team while the family vacations in Philadelphia. read more

Swenson-Lee Family Season 5, Episode 9

Part 1 of 2. A couple with three children and a fourth on the way (who also adopted their four nieces and nephews when the wife's sister was murdered) get some help from Ty and his team in making their small house big enough to raise their burgeoning brood. read more

Swenson-Lee Family Season 5, Episode 10

Conclusion. A rapidly expanding family, who adopted four nieces and nephews when the wife's sister was murdered, has their home expanded by Ty and his team. read more

Marrero Family Season 5, Episode 8

A single father who kept his five sons out of gangs, despite their crime-ridden neighborhood, receives a newly constructed home. The family is also given a vacation to Spain. read more

Miller Family Season 5, Episode 7

Radon was found to be poisoning the Miller family of Cheyenne, Wyo., which takes in stray and abused animals. While Ty and his crew make their house safe, the Millers head east on vacation. In New York, they take in a soccer game and meet David Beckham, who has a surprise for 10-year-old David. Back in Cheyenne, Wynonna entertains Ty and crew. read more

Yazzie Family Season 5, Episode 6

A Navajo family living in a trailer without heat or running water have an ecologically friendly home built for them by Ty and his team. They also receive a Walt Disney World vacation. read more

Carter Family Season 5, Episode 5

A family living in a refurbished chicken coop---whose mother, Julie, and 21-year-old daughter, Jade, have Chiari Malformation---enjoy a New York vacation while Ty and his team build them a new home. The team also builds a facility for the Chiari Malformation chapter in Billings, an organization headed by Julie. read more

Brown Family Season 5, Episode 4

A Connecticut family actively involved in their community get a new home (and a California vacation) after their house is flooded, devastated by a fire, and robbed multiple times. While on vacation, they are surprised with a dance lesson from Cheryl Burke ("Dancing With the Stars"). read more

Byers Family Season 5, Episode 3

The dilapidated home of a 7-year-old cancer patient and her family is renovated by Ty and his team. read more

Akana Family Season 5, Episode 1

In Part 1 of the two-part season premiere, a Hawaiian woman's flood-damaged house is rebuilt. Ty and his team also construct a community center for the family-services foundation she runs. read more

Akana Family Season 5, Episode 2

Conclusion. A Hawaiian woman who was running a family-services operation out of her house sees her new home and the community center built for her foundation. read more

Oatman-Gaitan Family Season 4, Episode 29

Conclusion. Mandy Moore performs “Extraordinary,” and a single mother of four with two HIV-positive sons sees her new home. Also: Repairs are made to a camp that helps kids with HIV. read more

Oatman-Gaitan Family Season 4, Episode 28

Part 1 of 2. Ty and the team build a new home for a single mother of four sons (three adopted, two of whom are HIV positive) with a house nearing collapse. Ty kicks off the show from NYC's Times Square with the Rockettes; the cast of Broadway's “The Lion King”; the FDNY; and former New York mayor Ed Koch. read more

Jacobo Family Season 4, Episode 27

A family living in a crumbling house with heating and flooding problems has a home built to accommodate mom, dad, their four children, five nieces and nephews, and grandpa. The clan vacations in Fort Lauderdale while Ty and the team work their magic. read more

Kilgallon Family Season 4, Episode 26

A home is built for a single mom, who is living in her parents' dining room with her four children because their house was declared unsafe for habitation. The family vacations at Walt Disney World while Ty and the team work their magic. read more

Collins Family Season 4, Episode 25

Ty and the team come to the rescue of a recently enlarged Arkansas family by rebuilding their home. When Kim Collins' cousin and her husband were killed in a car accident, the Collinses won custody of their five children, preventing them from being separated in foster care. read more

Westbrook Family Season 4, Episode 24

The Westbrooks, a family struck by two separate tragedies, have their home rebuilt by Ty and the team. Father Gene was wounded and left paralyzed in the Iraq War. A year later, a traffic accident left his son, James, paralyzed and other family members injured. Ty and the team make their home wheelchair accessible. read more

Jones Family Season 4, Episode 23

An altruistic nurse and single mother of three has her dilapidated Mississippi home rebuilt by Ty and his team. read more

Wilson Family Season 4, Episode 22

The team builds a new home for a grandmother and her four grandchildren, who live in a ramshackle trailer held together by duct tape. Hootie and the Blowfish perform at a benefit concert for the family. read more

Tipton-Smith Family Season 4, Episode 21

A new home is built for a single mother and her brood. The family lost the original home to a fire and the oldest son to a car crash three months later. read more

Tate Family Season 4, Episode 20

A couple whose house was destroyed by a small plane crash have a new home built by Ty and his team while they vacation in Costa Rica. read more

O'Donnell Family Season 4, Episode 19

Foreclosure looms for a family with six children, five of whom are autistic, so a home is built for them that's suited to the children's special needs. Trace Adkins performs at a benefit for the family. read more

Thomas Family Season 4, Episode 18

Conclusion. The rebuilt home for 9/11 hero Jason Thomas and his family is revealed. read more

Thomas Family Season 4, Episode 17

Part 1 of 2. The family of a 9/11 hero, Jason Thomas, have a home built for them by Ty and his team while they vacation at Walt Disney World. Ty also travels to Ground Zero to meet the two police officers Thomas helped rescue. read more

Riggins Family Season 4, Episode 16

A couple who have served their community for 15 years with a center for disadvantaged parents and children have their home renovated by Ty and his team. The house fell into disrepair after the wife had several surgeries and the medical bills piled up. read more

Noyola Family Season 4, Episode 15

A rodent-infested, unlivable home owned by a family headed by community leaders is rebuilt by Ty and the team. The Noyolas have been living in the attic of a grandmother's home, which is also revamped. read more

Fullerton-Machacek Family Season 4, Episode 14

A home is built for a couple with five children from previous relationships. The seven are currently divided between an unsafe house and a cramped apartment. During the construction, the family vacation in Paris, where the couple marry on a boat cruise on the Seine River. read more

Ripatti Family

A home is built for the Ripattis, whose police-officer mom was shot in the line of duty, leaving her paralyzed from the chest down. Dad is a cop, too, and they have a baby daughter. Their home needs to be wheelchair accessible and have room for the wife's mother, who is going to live with them to help care for her daughter and granddaughter. read more

Ripatti Family Season 4, Episode 13

Part 1 of 2. A home is built for the Ripattis, whose police-officer mom was shot in the line of duty, leaving her paralyzed from the chest down. Dad is a cop, too, and they have a baby daughter. Their home needs to be wheelchair accessible and have room for the wife's mother, who is going to live with them to help care for her daughter and granddaughter. read more

Ripatti Family Season 4, Episode 12

Conclusion. A new home for a paralyzed police officer and her family is revealed. The dad is a cop, too, and they have a baby daughter. read more

Lewis Family Season 4, Episode 11

The home of a police officer, his cancer-stricken wife and two children is given a Christmas makeover by the team, volunteers and the Anaheim Mighty Ducks. read more

Pauni Family Season 4, Episode 10

A home is renovated for a family from Tonga that is headed by a widow with nine children. The father died of a heart attack in 2004. read more

Koepke Family Season 4, Episode 9

A home is renovated for the Koepkes in Wisconsin, who recently lost their father to cancer. read more

Farina Family Season 4, Episode 8

A 135-year-old farmhouse is renovated for a family with a young mother who has breast cancer. read more

Thibodeau Family Season 4, Episode 7

A home is built for a family with a 12-year-old daughter who was born with a hole in her heart, a condition requiring multiple surgeries not covered by insurance, that should help protect the girl from the brutal cold of South Dakota winters. The family vacations in New York City during the construction. read more

Kibe Family Season 4, Episode 6

A farmhouse is rebuilt in Tama County, Iowa, for the Kibes, who lost their home in a fire in 2005 only days before Christmas and have been living in a camper on the property. read more

Bliven Family Season 4, Episode 5

A home is rebuilt for the Bliven family to accommodate their son who has cerebral palsy and must use a wheelchair. Mom Michelle started a baseball league for kids with special needs. Tim McGraw meets the family and invites them to his concert. read more

Hawkins Family Season 4, Episode 4

After a tornado destroyed the Hawkins' home and left the mother (who saved her sons' lives) paralyzed, Ty and his team build a wheelchair-accessible home for the family. Alan Jackson performs a benefit concert, and Crystal Gayle, Hank Williams Jr., the Oak Ridge Boys and Cowboy Troy have greetings for the family. More than 50,000 of the Hawkins' neighbors petitioned the show to assist them. read more

Gilliam Family Season 4, Episode 3

In Armada Township, Mich., the home of a widow and her six children is renovated after it was vacated because of toxic mold spores. read more

Rogers Family Season 4, Episode 2

Conclusion. A new home is revealed for a 13-member family in Alaska. Seattle Seahawks Matt Hasselbeck, Shaun Alexander and Lofa Tatupu help tackle the building project. read more

Rogers Family Season 4, Episode 1

Part 1 of 2. A home is built in Alaska for a 13-member family with a single mother. read more

Llanes Family Season 3, Episode 45

Conclusion. The rebuilt home for a special-needs family is revealed. The Blind Boys of Alabama perform and voice-over artist Don LaFontaine provides narration for the blind. Marlee Matlin hosts. read more

Llanes Family Season 3, Episode 44

Part 1 of two. Marlee Matlin hosts an episode featuring a home remodel for a special-needs family with a blind father and grandmother, two daughters with their dad's degenerative eye disease, and a son who is deaf and suffers from severe allergies. read more

Teas Family

The Purdy, Mo., home of Paul and Cyndy Teas is rebuilt, along with parts of Camp Barnabas, a camp for disabled children founded by the Teases. Trisha Yearwood sings, and Lance Bass makes a donation to a former camper. Also: Ty builds furniture using more than 10,000 TV GUIDE issues. read more

Rodriguez Family

The building of a dream house in Clarksville, Tenn., for Sgt. Luis Rodriguez, who lost a leg in Iraq, and his family. read more

Turner Family Season 3, Episode 43

Conclusion. A mom and her 18 adopted special-needs children see their renovated home, which was destroyed in a fire that left them homeless. read more

Turner Family Season 3, Episode 42

Part 1 of two. Ty and the team rebuild the home of a mom and her 18 adopted special-needs children after a devastating fire left them homeless. read more

Arena Family Season 3, Episode 41

Ty and the team build a new home for a family of eight. The Arenas exhausted their savings on medical treatments for their only son, who died at age 6 from an inoperable brain tumor. New York Yankees catcher Jorge Posada makes a donation for the new house, and Jewel performs at a memorial. read more

Peter Family Season 3, Episode 40

A Hindu priest from Guyana and his family, who are living in a burned-out shell of a home, have their house rebuilt by Ty and his team. Susan Lucci and Fabio appear. read more

Py Family Season 3, Episode 38

Part 1 of two. In Philadelphia, grandparents who took in their grandchildren after their daughter and her husband died within 14 months of each other have their home rebuilt to erase concerns over asbestos and lead poisoning. The family travels to Florida while the house is renovated. read more

Py Family Season 3, Episode 39

Conclusion. Grandparents and their three orphaned grandchildren see their updated Philadelphia home, now free of asbestos and lead risks, which Ty and the team rebuilt. read more

Hassall Family Season 3, Episode 37

The team rebuilds the Berry, Ky., home of the Hassall family. Brian, the father, is a police officer who was shot in the line of duty and has migraines that are triggered by daylight. His wife, Michelle, is battling lymphoma. The couple and their two children visit Disney World while their house is being renovated. read more

Texas Season 3, Episode 36

The team goes to Sabine Pass, Texas, a small town ravaged by Hurricane Rita, to rebuild the town's firehouse and theater. The Goo Goo Dolls give a free concert for the community, which includes their hit “Better Days.” read more

Craft Family Season 3, Episode 35

A home is renovated for a high-school coach who has been an inspiration in his community. With Ty Pennington in the Gulf states helping with hurricane relief, Kermit the Frog takes his place as team leader. The Monkees' Davy Jones sings one of the group's hits and helps to decorate a room. read more

New Orleans Season 3, Episode 34

Ty and the team travel to New Orleans' hard-hit Ninth Ward to rebuild the First Emmanuel Baptist Church, which had served a congregation of more than 1000. Also: New instruments are delivered to musicians who lost everything, and the artists celebrate with a rousing concert; families are reunited with pets that were rescued and sent to foster homes. read more

Holmes Family Season 3, Episode 32

Part 1 of two. A woman who runs a charitable organization from her home, which sustained hurricane and fire damage, has her home rebuilt while she and her children vacation at Disneyland. read more

Holmes Family Season 3, Episode 33

Conclusion. A woman who runs a charitable organization from her home sees the new house Ty and the team built. read more

Florida Season 3, Episode 31

Ty and the team go to Florida to help rebuild a women's shelter in Broward County, as well as the home field of the 2003 U.S. Little League champions. Also: A couple whose wedding plans were washed away twice, by Hurricanes Wilma and Katrina, have a dream wedding featuring a performance by trumpeter Chris Botti. read more

Mississippi Season 3, Episode 30

Ty and the team head to Biloxi, Miss., to rebuild a free medical clinic and erect a memorial to Hurricane Katrina victims. In addition, the show honors Jared Murphy, a local hero who helped rescue 200 neighbors during the storm. read more

Rainford Family Season 3, Episode 28

A family whose father has non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and whose home was severely damaged by Hurricane Wilma is given a new house built by the team. Also: Damian Marley performs for the family in a beach-themed party. read more

Rainford Family Season 3, Episode 29

A new home is built for a cancer-stricken man's family whose house was severely damaged by Hurricane Wilma. read more

White Family Season 3, Episode 26

Part 1 of two. A pastor's widow and her five children have their prayers answered when Ty and his team build them a home. The family lived in the church parsonage when the pastor was alive, but his death left them basically homeless. read more

White Family Season 3, Episode 27

Conclusion. A pastor's widow and her five children see the new home that Ty and the team built. read more

Kubena Family Season 3, Episode 25

A family living in a trailer with twin daughters who have leukemia receives a spacious house from the team. One of the twins recently had a bone-marrow transplant and must be completely separated from her siblings in order to fully recover. read more

Crawford-Smith Family Season 3, Episode 24

Conclusion. Home renovations for a dancer with multiple sclerosis are completed. Also: Montel Williams gives an inspirational message, and members of the Dance Theatre of Harlem perform. read more

Crawford-Smith Family Season 3, Episode 23

Part 1 of two. A dancer with multiple sclerosis has her home rebuilt in a fashion that will allow her to continue to live a life of dance. The work is done while she vacations with her family in La Jolla, Cal. read more

DeAeth Family Season 3, Episode 22

A couple who founded an animal-rescue organization and their three children have their home rescued by Ty and the gang. read more

Hebert Family Season 3, Episode 21

A construction worker is rewarded a new house after taking in his niece and nephew following the death of his sister. read more

Kirkwood Family Season 3, Episode 20

Conclusion. The family whose house was taken over by black mold sees its new home. read more

Kirkwood Family Season 3, Episode 19

Part 1 of two. Thanks to the tenacity of a little girl, a family whose house was taken over by hazardous black mold gets a new home designed by Ty Pennington and his team. read more

Nutsch Family Season 3, Episode 18

A family whose home and business were destroyed by a propane-leak explosion while on vacation gets a new house. Also: Martina McBride performs at a fund-raiser to help the family pay it forward to a family affected by Hurricane Katrina. Volleyball star Gabrielle Reece also makes an appearance. read more

Holiday Wishes Season 3, Episode 17

The team revisits families that the show has helped, and enlists their aid in helping others. Brian Wilson performs “Deck the Halls.” First Lady Laura Bush also lends a hand, along with crooner Wayne Newton and actor James Denton. read more

Novak Family Season 3, Episode 16

The team rebuilds the house of a widowed special-education teacher and his three daughters. Also: Uncle Kracker performs and chef Bobby Flay appears. read more

Lewis Family Season 3, Episode 15

Conclusion. The team, hundreds of volunteers and the Anaheim Mighty Ducks finish rebuilding the home of a police officer, his cancer-stricken wife and two children. read more

Lewis Family Season 3, Episode 14

Part 1 of two. The home of a police officer, his cancer-stricken wife and two children is rebuilt by the team, hundreds of volunteers and the Anaheim Mighty Ducks. read more

Tripp Johnson Family Season 3, Episode 13

The Boston Red Sox pitch in to help Ty and the gang build a new home for a Massachusetts couple whose 5-year-old son has spinal muscular atrophy. read more

Goodale Family Season 3, Episode 12

The team makes over the Wells Harbor, Maine, home of lobster fisherman Doug Goodale, who had to amputate his own arm due to a boating accident. With one arm, he taught himself to fish and rebuilt his boat. While Ty's team does over the house, the Goodale family vacations in Disney World. read more

Tom Family Season 3, Episode 11

Conclusion. Susan Tom, a single mother of seven adopted children with disabilities, has her Fairfield, Cal., home done over. The Backstreet Boys appear in a video; singer Mark Wills performs; wrestler Kyle Maynard inspects the new home to see if it's disability- friendly. read more

Tom Family Season 3, Episode 10

Part 1of two. Susan Tom, a single mother of seven adopted children with disabilities, has her Fairfield, Cal., home done over. The Backstreet Boys appear in a special video; Mark Wills performs for the family during a trip to Disney World; wrestler Kyle Maynard inspects the new house to see if it's disability-friendly. Ty Pennington hosts. read more

Ginyard Family Season 3, Episode 9

Veronica Ginyard, a single mother of eight, has her hazardous home in Capitol Heights, Md., redone by Ty and his team, while the Ginyards vacation at Walt Disney World. Patti LaBelle sings at a candlelight vigil outside the new house. Daniel Kucan joins Ty's team. read more

Teas Family Season 3, Episode 8

Conclusion. The team rebuilds the Purdy, Mo., home of Paul and Cyndy Teas, who founded Camp Barnabas for disabled children. Trisha Yearwood sings and Lance Bass makes a donation to a former camper. read more

Teas Family Season 3, Episode 7

Part 1 of two. The Purdy, Mo., home of Paul and Cyndy Teas is rebuilt, along with parts of Camp Barnabas, a camp for disabled children founded by the Teases. Trisha Yearwood sings and Lance Bass makes a donation to a former camper. Tanya McQueen joins Ty's team. Also: To celebrate the new TV GUIDE, Ty builds furniture using more than 10,000 copies of the digest issues and 10 percent of the sales of the first copy of the new edition will benefit Camp Barnabas. read more

Harrison Family Season 3, Episode 6

Oakland master carpenter Gordon Harrison's family home is redone as a thank-you by friends and neighbors for having helped his community over many years. Harrison, who's battling cancer, and his family vacation in San Diego during the renovation. Ty Pennington hosts. read more

Barrett Family Season 3, Episode 5

The Barrett family of Peyton, Colo., have their farmhouse redone to accommodate their six children (two biological, four adopted). The Barretts are treated to a Hawaiian vacation during the nine days of renovations. Also: Brad Paisley performs at a rodeo. Ty Pennington leads the design team. read more

Rodriguez Family Season 3, Episode 4

Conclusion of a two-parter about building a dream house for Sgt. Luis Rodriguez (who lost a leg in Iraq) and his family, including wife Lillian and daughters Michelle (8) and Melanie (6). The design team includes Paul Di Meo, Paige Hemmis, Ed Sanders and Preston Sharp. Host: Ty Pennington. read more

Rodriguez Family Season 3, Episode 3

Part 1 of two. The building of a dream house in Clarksville, Tenn., for Sgt. Luis Rodriguez (who lost a leg in Iraq) and his family. read more

Piestewa Family Season 2, Episode 31

Part 1 of two. Former POW Jessica Lynch and the team work their magic for the parents and orphaned kids of PFC Lori Piestewa, the first American woman killed in the Iraq War. Lynch nominated the family for the good deed, which also includes a memorial for Native American veterans. Ty Pennington leads the project. read more

Piestewa Family Season 2, Episode 32

Conclusion. The parents of a fallen Iraqi war soldier tour their newly expanded house, which was renovated by Ty's team and their daughter's compatriot, former POW Jessica Lynch. read more

Vitale Family Season 2, Episode 29

In the first of a two-part project, Ty and the team give it their all to expand the tiny Long Island home of a widowed cop with three sons under the age of five. Also lending a hand are more than 300 local volunteers and the “singing policeman,” Daniel Rodriguez. read more

Vitale Family Season 2, Episode 30

Conclusion. A widowed cop and his three boys tour their newly expanded Long Island home after Ty reveals the work done by more than 300 volunteers from the neighborhood. read more

Johnson Family Season 2, Episode 28

A Kansas City firefighter and single father gets an expanded abode to make room for his three sons and two foster children. Ty Pennington leads the project with Paul DiMeo and Tracy Hutson. read more

Dolan Family Season 2, Episode 27

Conclusion. A man blinded in a Florida shootout gets a new safety-oriented home. Ty Pennington hosts. read more

Dolan Family Season 2, Episode 26

A Florida man who was blinded in an electronics-store shootout gets a navigation-friendly house courtesy of Ty and the team. The job required the work of more than 1000 volunteers and left the locale complete with rounded counter edges and other safety-oriented design changes. read more

Harvey Family Season 2, Episode 25

The team lends a hand to an epileptic man who has been unable to fix up his family's termite-ridden home in a former Army barracks. read more

Leslie Family Season 2, Episode 24

The crew heads to Louisiana to renovate a 130-year-old former plantation cottage owned by a widow and her three boys. Ty Pennington leads the project, but gets a little help from pro-BMX rider Mat Hoffman. read more

Leomiti-Higgins Family Season 2, Episode 23

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger visits for the big reveal after the team redoes the tiny home of a California family who took in their former neighbors' five orphaned children. While the whole lot of them headed off on a cruise, Ty's crew doubled the original house's size in a week. read more

Powers Family Season 1, Episode 1

After using all their money to care for a seriously ill daughter, a California couple get a full-on redo from Ty and his team, who turn the house into a playground for kids and adults alike. read more

Okvath Family and University Medical Center Season 2, Episode 22

Conclusion. The family of an 8-year-old cancer patient sees what the crew has done to the hospital that treats their daughter before finding out that it wasn't the only location getting a touch-up. Ty Pennington leads the project. read more

Okvath Family and University Medical Center Season 2, Episode 21

Part 1 of two. A letter from an 8-year-old cancer patient sends Ty and the crew off to spruce up the University Medical Center in Tucson. Helping out on the project are 50 Disney animators, who turn the facility into a cartoon-infused environment while the “Extreme” team goes undercover to do a number on the little girl's family home. read more

Harris Sextuplets Season 2, Episode 20

An Alabama family of nine---including toddler sextuplets---gets some needed assistance after their house was damaged by Hurricane Ivan in September 2004. “Brady Bunch” mom Florence Henderson lends a hand, as do a bunch of Muppets, including Miss Piggy, Kermit, Fozzie and Animal. read more

Harper Family Season 2, Episode 19

Even a perforated appendix can't stop Ty from helping out with a remodel for an Atlanta couple whose home had been flooded by a backed-up septic tank. Jeff Foxworthy also lends a hand. read more

Family Reunion Season 2, Episode 18

Ty and company catch up with several families featured on the series and discuss the effects of their weekly Samaritan acts. Included: why one widower's good deed landed him a hottie from the design team, and how a past recipient won a new life by losing weight. Constance Ramos, Paul DiMeo and Preston Sharp also appear. read more

Correa/Medeiros Families Season 2, Episode 17

Conclusion. Work on a duplex being built for a pair of homeless families is completed. So cue the tears! read more

Correa/Medeiros Families Season 2, Episode 16

In the first half of a two-parter, the design team heads to Colorado to build a duplex for a pair of homeless families who will share the residence until they can get back on their feet. Ty Pennington leads the charge, along with Constance Ramos and Paul DiMeo. read more

Sears Family Season 2, Episode 15

A look at how a home was built in Martinez, Calif., to enable 17-year-old Jhyrve Sears to return following extensive treatment for Krabbe Disease, an enzyme-deficiency syndrome, after it was learned that the family home was mold-infested and doctors insisted that the teen could not remain living there. read more

Anderson Family Season 2, Episode 14

Conclusion. The clock runs out before Ty and the team can finish repairs on the home of a paralyzed high-school basketball star and his family, who return to find things worse than when they left. read more

Anderson Family Season 2, Episode 13

In the first half of a two-parter, the team begins to fear that they may not be able to finish work on the home of a paralyzed high-school basketball star within their seven-day window. Which means more sparks than usual are about to fly between Ty and the rest of his repair crew. read more

Dore Family Season 2, Episode 12

A widowed mom and her three daughters, who had been living in a shed following a devastating house fire, get a brand-spanking-new place thanks to Ty and his team. read more

Broadbent Family Season 2, Episode 11

An AIDS activist, recently diagnosed with cancer, and her three HIV-positive adopted daughters get a visit from Ty and company. In addition to fully redone digs, the ladies also get a baby grand piano donated by Elton John and some touch-ups for some of their neighbors. Paul DiMeo and Constance Ramos lend a hand, as do Preston Sharp and Michael Moloney. read more

Burns Family Season 2, Episode 10

Ty's team works their magic on a California house owned by the parents of a 6-year-old boy who suffers from rare genetic disorder that has left him with brittle bones and his folks with piles of debt. The redesign includes padded walls, non-slip floors and handrails. read more

Elcano Family Season 2, Episode 9

Randy Travis plays while Ty and the crew work on fixing up the 100-year-old farm owned by a young widow and her two kids. Travis also is on hand for the reveal, which includes a scholarship surprise. read more

Vardon Family Season 2, Episode 8

Part 1 of two. Ty and the crew respond to the call of a 14-year-old who would like to do something great for his deaf parents and autistic younger brother. Which means turning an average house into a high-tech emporium for people living with disabilities, as well as entertaining surprise guest Marlee Matlin. read more

Vardon Family Season 2, Episode 7

Conclusion. An autistic pre-teen, his brother and their deaf parents return from a week-long trip to find that their house has been tricked out with the latest in communication technology and safety devices. On top of that, guest Marlee Matlin has a shocker for both mom and one of her sons. read more

Ali Family Season 2, Episode 6

Ty's crew comes to the rescue of the adoptive mother of two orphaned crack babies who has been without a roof for two years after being left in the lurch by a shady contractor. The team also includes Paul DiMeo and Tracy Hutson. read more

Mackey Family Season 2, Episode 5

The founder of a non-profit organization for people living with disabilities gets an emotional visit from the Extreme Team. Leading the hammer-swinging is Ty Pennington, who is joined by Tracy Hutson and “glamour expert” Michael Moloney. read more

Grinnan Family Season 2, Episode 4

Ty's team pulls a complete health overhaul on the home of a couple with a 6-year-old heart-transplant patient whose many medications make daily living a risk. Also, Lee Ann Womack stops by for the reveal with a few surprises up her sleeve. read more

Pope Family Season 2, Episode 3

The crew does their magic for the family of a teen girl with a rare allergy to the sun. But don't expect just new curtains and light fixtures. This job's high-tech. Ty Pennington leads the crew, which also includes the usually cranky Preston Sharp and Tracy Hutson. read more

Garay Family Season 2, Episode 2

Ty's team storms South Central L.A. to bulk up the tiny home of a young man who took in his five siblings after their mom was killed by a gang-banger's stray bullet. Miss America 2004, Ericka Dunlap, also pops in to lend a hand and teach one of the kids how to perform the perfect pageant wave. read more

Wofford Family Season 2, Episode 1

In the second-season opener, more than 150 friends and family join in to renovate the run-down home of a widower raising eight kids. Among the improvements: the addition of more space to the three-bedroom residence; and a special area designed by Ty. Other crew members include Michael Moloney, Paul DiMeo and Tracy Hutson. read more

Imbriani Family Season 1, Episode 14

A bone-marrow donor who saved the life of an ailing infant gets a tearful “thank you” when the team takes over her family home for a ground-up revamping. Ty Pennington leads the project, which also gets a little help from the neighbors and local volunteers. read more

Cadigan-Scott Family Season 1, Episode 13

Eight siblings who lost both of their parents within 16 days of each other get a newly renovated home, thanks to some 100 volunteers. In addition, Ty, his team and the family's friends mounted a benefit show to raise funds for the weeklong undertaking. read more

Powell Family Season 1, Episode 12

The team sweeps in to build a healthier house for a woman whose son suffers from life-threatening allergies. Ty Pennington leads the project. read more

Friends Helping Friends Season 1, Episode 10

Ty flies without a net in this extended episode that finds Mr. Pennington and crew overhauling a New York home in a single day. read more

Friends Helping Friends Reveal

A brand-new New York home is revealed live after a single day of demolishing and redesign. Ty Pennington leads the hammer-swinging. read more

Walswick Family Season 1, Episode 11

A man fulfills his late wife's dying wish by helping Ty and the team remodel a widow's home to give her nine children more room. read more

Tugwell Family Season 1, Episode 9

The team gets swinging to rebuild a woman's home, which was destroyed by a drunk driver who plowed smack into the front of the house. Ty Pennington leads the repairs. read more

Hardin Family Season 1, Episode 8

Ty and his team make room for daddy by building an addition to the California home of a man who recently took in his homeless father. And while they get to work, the newly reunited family heads to a ranch for a little rest and relaxation. read more

Zitek Family Season 1, Episode 7

Ty and his team take over a California family's abode to make the place more accessible for their 22-year-old son, who was paralyzed in a motorcycle accident. In addition, the crew lets loose on the rest of the house as a “thank you” to the family for taking such good care of one another. read more

Harris Family Season 1, Episode 6

A community activist's neighbors give a little back by helping Ty and his team repair the woman's storm-ravaged home. Also lending a hand are members of the Los Angeles Police Department. read more

McCrory Family Season 1, Episode 5

Ty and the team take over a man and his pregnant wife's tiny home before it's invaded by triplets to increase the space by 50 percent and baby-proof the place. read more

Mendoza Family Season 1, Episode 4

A single mom takes a break from life as a social worker and foster parent for a week in Disney World, while Ty's team expands her home to accommodate the many kids she takes care of. Joining the crew are also several neighbors, who volunteered to help make their friend's dream come true. read more

Cox Family Season 1, Episode 3

LeAnn Rimes pops in to visit a youth minister and his family after their home gets a full-on touch-up from Ty and his crew of designers. read more

Woslum Family

Debut: Ty Pennington and a crew of workers overhaul homes for needy families. In the opener, the wife of a soldier serving in Iraq returns from vacation with the kids to some major surprises involving her California house---and her hubby. The team also includes interior maven Michael Moloney and Preston Sharp. read more

Woslum Family Season 1, Episode 2

The wife of a soldier serving in Iraq returns from vacation with the kids to some major surprises involving her California house---and her hubby. The team also includes Ty Pennington, interior maven Michael Moloney and Preston Sharp. read more

Pilot Episode

After using all their money to care for a seriously ill daughter, a California couple gets a full-on redo from Ty and his team, who turn the house into a playground for kids and adults alike. read more

Nick Family Season 3, Episode 2

Conclusion. A woman whose daughter vanished 10 years ago tours her new house and chats with John Walsh about what can be done to help other families who have also experienced a child's disappearance. read more

Nick Family Season 3, Episode 1

Part 1 of two. Ty and the team renovate the home of a woman whose eldest daughter disappeared 10 years ago. John Walsh lends a hand with the mother's campaign to help other families living the same nightmare. read more

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Episode: "Jackson Family"

Episode Synopsis: A woman who took in her deceased sister's children and now heads a family of 15 receives a home makeover from Ty and his team. Jennifer Hudson and Chris Cooley appear.
Original Air Date: Sep 28, 2008
Guest Cast Jennifer Hudson

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Premiered: February 15, 2004, on ABC
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: Families get the home-repair treatment from a team of designers in this popular spin-off from the personal-makeover hit. Another offshoot, `How'd They Do That?' takes a closer look at the work done on each house.

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