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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 return to Old Southside to renovate the right side of their duplex townhome using a Greenwich Village design; Karen shares a major announcement about her position in the company, and the ramifications of that change come to light.
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Mina and Karen return to Fountain Square to renovate a bungalow.
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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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A two-story, worn-down home in Indianapolis that's as risky as it is disgusting, with a massive sinkhole, caved-in roof and decomposing animals throughout.
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Mina and Karen take on a massive house in the Old Southside neighborhood that has undergone some unsuccessful renovations throughout the years; their renovations are halted when they hear unexplained noises in the attic.
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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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Mina and Karen purchase and an old townhouse in the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood; after encountering dry rot and termites, the unpredictable roadblocks put a giant dent in their budget and on their attitudes toward the project.
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Karen and Mina tackle a special project, Karen's new barn-shaped guesthouse that she has been dreaming of for years; the women get some devastating permit news from the city, forcing them to rethink the size of the structure.
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Jim and Shauta run a nonprofit helping artists find affordable housing in the Garfield Park neighborhood of Indianapolis, and they've enlisted Mina and Karen to help give one of their dilapidated properties a big makeover on a small budget.
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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 are back in Old Southside, where they've purchased a hoarder house filled with garbage and hiding fire damage; as demo gets underway, they uncover a slew of other issues as they turn this home into an updated Victorian beauty.
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Mina and Karen begin work on a home in Garfield Park; with a tight budget and narrow profit margin, the team must harness its creative juices to turn the tiny property into a boho-themed bungalow that is worthy of an aspiring artist.
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Mina and her husband, Steve, decide it's time to renovate and sell their rental property to start a college fund for their son.
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Mina and Karen return to the Old Southside neighborhood to renovate a crusty cottage that's been empty for years; when an unexpected disaster hits, the duo must rethink the entire plan and create a beautiful home that will turn a profit.
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Mina and Karen purchase a vacant lot, and what begins as a new construction to sell on the market quickly turns into a build for Mina's friends; a lingering pipe issue may add time and a hefty price tag to the project.
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Mina and Karen buy a duplex of townhouses in Old Southside and want to give the left side a Chelsea flat theme full of eclectic colors like the New York City neighborhood; potential issues inside and out cause more challenges than expected.
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Mina and Karen work to blend traditional and modern styles for a new home owner.
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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 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 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 and Karen are back in the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood for a different kind of home renovation; an old garage on one of their existing rental properties is the ideal location to build a tiny home for Mina's brother, Tad.

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