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Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Season 8 episodes

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

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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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