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"Extreme Cheapskates" profiles people who stop at nothing to spend nothing. From making reusable toilet paper and reusing dental floss to diving in garbage bins for gifts, these penny pinchers devise outrageous ways to cuts costs by any means necessary. In the half-hour episodes, viewers meet nifty-thrifty folks including Kay, who washes her clothes while she showers; Greg, who flushes his toilet just once a week; Ben, who makes his own toothpaste; Abdul, the "ultimate haggler"; and Vickie, a mother of five who refuses to spend money for a telephone, a television or even new clothes for her kids.

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Jeff travels by bike to save on gas, crashes on his friends' couch and repays their kindness with a cringe-worthy meal.
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Stephanie's cheap behavior embarrasses her boyfriend; Larry lives and works in his Texas garage.
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Kelly insulates her entire house with plastic to save money and now plans to bring her pilates studio into the home; Pelin cuts hair and must find cheap bridal party products to trim her budget.
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Victoria's boyfriend Steve moves in to see if he can handle her jarring and flush free lifestyle.
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A chef cooks for lobster taste on a tuna fish budget; a woman who converted an abandoned hospital into her home for a fraction of the price.
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Instead of buying things, the O'Briens fix their broken belongings; Aimee's net worth is millions of dollars but she refuses to spend more than a thousand a month.
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A mother spends only $1,000 a month on her family of four through extreme sharing; the father faces his biggest savings challenge as he organizes his daughter's sweet-sixteen.
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A woman scours obituaries and visits surviving family members hoping to take the deceased person's clothing; a man introduces his wife to his family of cheapskates.
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To afford his dream of becoming a professional wrestler a man reduces his spending to $300 a month; a woman never leaves her family's catering events without leftovers.
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Finding spare change in vacuum canisters at the car wash; a woman who limits herself to one piece of gum ever three days.
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Terence and Greg cause friction when others rebel against their budgets.
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Todd wraps everything he owns in plastic to preserve the value, from his car to his bathroom.
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A husband and wife have been competing to be cheaper than the other since their wedding; they share everything to limit cost.
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A mother-of-two has been penny pinching for more than twenty years; her biggest challenge will be throwing her daughter's wedding on a tight budget.
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Flight attendant Steffanie takes her boyfriend to the Unclaimed Baggage Center; professional doorman RJ Andrews lives rent-free by house sitting 365 days a year.
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Ben throws a party on a $4 budget; Roy shows how he freezes his assets.
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A garden of silk flowers and replacing a lawn with artificial grass; a man tries to land a job in sales with promises to save his employer money.
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Kate has a cheap lifestyle in New York.
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Karen and Barry fry breakfast on the car engine and pull their own teeth at home to avoid spending money.
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Using exercise equipment in the sporting goods store instead of going to a gym; spending just three dollars to stage and sell homes.
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Learning how love does not cost a thing, from reusing funeral flowers to used hotel sheets and thrift store lingerie.

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