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Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Season 4 episodes

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 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

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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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