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"Good Bones" follows the blueprint of several series on HGTV or DIY Network that showcase revitalization specialists who turn rundown homes into stunning remodels. In this case, it's mother/daughter duo Karen E. Laine and Mina Starsiak transforming properties in and around their hometown of Indianapolis. Karen's legal background and Mina's real estate knowledge help them secure diamonds in the rough, and then they hire out demo and construction duties -- or get help from family -- to get the houses done on time and on budget.

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Mina and Karen take on an old shotgun-style home near downtown Indianapolis, and demo day becomes a test of bad smells they will never forget.
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Mina and Karen remodel a condo for Mina's sister and her two girls, who want to be closer to downtown; they transform the total gut job into a dream home filled with personalized touches, including a special mural.
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Mina and Karen battle structural slowdowns and permitting nightmares during a historical Northside renovation.
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Mina and Karen revamp a historic brick house in a rising area of South Indianapolis; they increase the square footage with a two-story addition and create a new layout with three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths.
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Mina and Karen purchase a crumbling house in the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood, only to find out it's the first house they can't save; with a clean slate, Mina designs a white beauty with new buyers already in mind.
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Mina and Karen purchase an empty lot in one of the most popular neighborhoods in Indianapolis; after finding some surprising items buried under the lot, construction begins on a four-bedroom home.
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Mina and Karen work on a house on Sanders Street, a huge project with age-related issues, including rotten wood, antiquated windows and many hidden treasures.
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Karen and Mina are back on Woodlawn Avenue to rescue a new build that has been abandoned; the home's basic structure is built, but the bones have been left for dead, yet Mina and Karen see amazing possibilities.
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Karen and Mina team up with their friend Josh on a high-stakes property in Fountain Square, but they find it is infested with snakes.
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Mina and Karen work on a duplex unit that's riddled with trash and interesting surprises, including a wall made entirely out of old doors;further problems arise when Cory discovers an unexpected issue with the foundation.
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Mina and Karen take on the renovation of a century-old duplex in Indianapolis; they'll concentrate on one unit at a time and must stay on budget if they want to make a profit.
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Mina and Karen take on a massive, partially-constructed house and tensions rise when it comes to figuring out the kitchen cabinets' design.
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Mina and Karen purchase a building with multiple condos and start the renovations with a smaller unit; the whole plan hangs in the balance when Karen tries to shimmy down an HVAC exchange with hilarious consequences.
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Mina and Karen renovate the first of several houses they purchased on Talbott Street in Indianapolis.
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Mina and Karen take on a duplex that was abandoned mid-construction and Mina makes it a competition; she renovates one side with a playful theme while Karen opts for a French country look, and real estate agents pick the winner.
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Mina and Karen give a small home more space with a new story addition and focus on curb appeal; renovation plans never go smoothly, but a whopper of a surprise sends the crew into a panic.
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Mina and Karen purchase a home near the Northside neighborhood that's full of historical features; they do their best to design an open floor plan while preserving as many elements as possible.
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Mina and Karen return to East Street and plan to give a home more bathrooms and an open floor plan; however, when Cory discovers a budget-busting waterline issue, they must get creative with their renovation.
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Despite its odd layout and decrepit state, Mina and Karen are taking on an old house that has a ton of historic charm in the Old Southside neighborhood; as framing starts, the crew uncovers a major structural problem that hits the budget hard.
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Mina and Karen revamp a tiny but pricey two-bedroom home on a tight budget; they add square footage by building additional bedrooms and bathrooms and reconfigure the floor plan to increase functionality.
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Mina and her husband are ready to build their forever home; she plans to go big with a floor plan she has been working on for years; however, Mina finds out she's pregnant, putting a rush on finishing her dream home in time.

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