Season 15, Episode 01 – “A Colonel of Truth”
The guys pick the collection of a reclusive businessman known as “The Colonel”, who has gone to great lengths to keep his identity a secret.
Season 03, Episode 03 - “Criminal Kin”
Manhunts, missing dogs, plane crashes and cows on the run keep the deputies of Ashe County and Sullivan County hopping “like a lizard on a hot rock.”
Season 01, Episode 07 – “Family Reunion Renovation”
Mina has mixed feelings when she agrees to remodel her Dad’s house in the suburbs of Indy. Her childhood home definitely needs an update, but her father may still need some convincing. Change is not his favorite thing when it comes to his house. Dr. Casey Starsiak, Mina’s dad and Karen’s ex-husband, is looking to open up his house with a brand new kitchen, stairway and deck, while also updating the great room and dining room. Although they are not tearing this house all the way to the studs, Dad’s ideas about décor could make this renovation Mina’s most stressful yet.
Season 02, Episode 15 - “Campfire Cookout”
Tiffani hosts a campfire cookout in her own backyard, with guests Cynthia Watros, Jennifer Finnigan and Missi Pyle. On the menu: spicy four-bean chili served with buttery skillet cornbread; hot toddies; and a s’mores bar with homemade marshmallows.
Season 02, Episode 06 - “A Zen Oasis”
The Mega Deck team has to turn a sunroom, concrete patio, and dirt landing by the pond into one cohesive space. After tearing out the sunroom, they build a steel framed deck with a flat roof that’s connected to the existing patio. Then, they create a walkway that leads down to a new, concrete patio by the pond. While everything up by the house has a modern and zen-like feel, the retreat by the pond is much more natural with stone seating and a fire pit.
Including some surprising tips and advice on how to ensure the products we buy stay at their best. Also, why most households are getting it wrong when it comes to what should and shouldn’t be kept in the fridge. Plus, does fruit bought from the supermarket go off any faster than produce that comes from a greengrocer? And the team explores whether it’s really true – as the labels say – that meat should only be frozen for up to three months.