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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 find that you get what you pay for when they buy their smallest home ever at 730 square feet, with holes in the roof, holes in the floor and a rotting foundation.
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Mina and Karen help a large family make its closed-off country home more open and welcoming with a new floor plan.
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Mina and Karen have purchased their most expensive house to date, in the most desirable neighborhood in downtown Indianapolis; after the massive demolition is complete, Mina and Karen get to work designing the new layout.
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After buying a house for four thousand dollars, Mina and Karen discover water damage, dodgy water lines and foundation issues.
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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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Mina and Karen return to Fountain Square to renovate a bungalow.
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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Mina and Karen buy a very outdated and bland townhouse with maroon carpeting, peach wallpaper and active bird's nests; the girls get started designing a new layout after demolition but all work comes to a halt after they find a surprise in the attic.
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Mina and Karen tackle their first brick house renovation, and although it has tons of charm and character, it also has problems that need to be fixed; working in a new neighborhood adds to the risk.
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Mina and Karen reach outside of their comfort zone with a house on the edge of the Bates Hendricks neighborhood, but when they discover that the house is festering with cockroaches, they fear that they may not come out with a profit in the end.
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Mina has second thoughts that a charmless, boxy house bought from the city might have been a bad idea, but Karen sees its potential.
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Mina and Karen are called to help their friends Mel and Curtis transform their traditional home, but their ideas are dependent on the local historical society; they expand the dining room and kitchen, and convert the master into a gorgeous en suite.
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Mina and Karen take a chance on a little house with big issues in a prime location, with the intent of transforming the troubled home into a charming bungalow.
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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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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 take on a 2,800-square-foot home with four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a bonus space; it needs a lot of work, and tensions flare as the women have differing opinions on how to approach its design and style.
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Mina and Karen splurge on a corner lot home in an historical neighborhood, but struggle to work within the guidelines of the Historical Preservation Commission.
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Mina and Karen take a stab at redeveloping a house hit by a car in the Old Southside neighborhood; after some fun demo with a giant water hose, they design their new house with a simple, urban and classic aesthetic.
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Mina and Karen buy a little white house on a hill with potential to be a real charmer in the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood, but have to deal with serious foundation issues.
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Julie and Larry have 23 kids and grandchildren, and their small space in the suburbs of Indianapolis needs a major renovation.
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Mina and Karen splurge on an old house, and they have massive plans for the 2,100 square foot Victorian.

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