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Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Season 3 episodes

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

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

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

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Premiered: December 03, 2003, 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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