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Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Season 5 episodes

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

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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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