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Chip and Joanna Gaines own and operate Magnolia Homes, a remodeling and design business in Waco, Texas, and "Fixer Upper" shows the process by which the couple turn dilapidated but potential-rich houses into showplaces that are helping revitalize whole neighborhoods throughout central Texas. Chip manages the construction and realty side of Magnolia and Joanna is the lead designer. They also act as part-time counselors to clients who can't see a structure's beauty beyond the blemishes. Combined, Chip and Joanna save homes that look hopeless, renovating the imperfect, and revealing them as what they were always intended to be.

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A wounded veteran and his girlfriend call on Chip and Jo to help them convert their house in Waco into a dreamy farmhouse; while the land is beautiful and majestic, the house is small and built inside an existing barn.
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Chip and Joanna take on a historical project for Courtney and Joey Scrivano, who are ready to upgrade from their modest loft to a house where they can raise their new baby; the 1927 Tudor home is outdated and lacks a true master suite.
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A couple raising a young family hope to find a 3-4 bedroom house with a large backyard in Waco, Texas; strange abodes visited include the Chicken House, the Outhouse and the Wizard of Waco house.
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A couple that loves the charm of small-scale living wants to find a place with the character of an older home.
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Newlyweds want to find a first house with three bedrooms, a big kitchen, and a big backyard in the Mountainview area of Waco, Texas.
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Chip and Jo's clients are looking for a house with a view and plenty of room for their grandchildren; after a frustrating house hunt, Chip and Jo come to the rescue with a creative plan that'll give them the home of their dreams and incredible views.
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A couple move from Oregon to Waco, Texas, and enlist Chip and Jo to transform their bland, outdated home.
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Chip and Joanna's longtime friend Brett has a dream of living on a houseboat on Lake Waco, but his tight budget and space create plenty of design challenges.
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Andrew and Brittany are first-time buyers; they're looking for a home with plenty of space for their beloved pooches.
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San Diego transplants Mary and Dustyn are on the hunt for their family's dream home in Waco, Texas, and they're looking for a four-bedroom with a large yard and open space for hosting.
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A single foster mother wants to find the ideal environment to raise children, and gets help from her twin sister for the decision.
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A couple want an open-concept house with plenty of room for their children, which is closer to schools.
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Chip and Joanna team up with their friend Jimmy Don to transform a bland little house into a modern mountain cabin for his son; special guest First Lady Laura Bush helps with the finishing touches.
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Bryce and Emily Sandvall want a new home for their family of five in the Woodway area that's not only right for their family but also has a traditional design style that they love.
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Chip and Jo decide to build a large garden at the farm with their children; the garden will contain fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers as well as a chicken coop, a chicken run and a cottage-style garden shed.
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Chip and Joanna have the challenge of designing a living space that is move-in ready within two months for friend, fellow designer and impending mother Kristen Bufton.
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Jenny and Ramil are moving to Waco, Texas, from California to be closer to Ramil's mother; they are looking for something that needs work despite initial concerns.
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Chip and Jo add a fresh, functional design to a dated ranch home in Waco.
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Jordan and Rachel dream of moving to the country with their three children, and enlist the help of Chip and Joanna after their contract falls through on another property in hopes of a second chance at country living.
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A California couple looks for a three bedroom, two bathroom house with an open floor plan and big yard for their family in sleepy Crawford, Texas.
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Chip and Jo turn a vacant floral shop into a charming bakery; the silos get finished, but the abandoned building on the corner of the property is a blank slate in need of major renovation.

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