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TV personality Kevin Pereira ("Attack of the Show") and comic Brooke Van Poppelen explore the world of "life hacks": procedures or actions that solve problems, simplify tasks or reduce frustrations. From opening a wine bottle with a shoe, eliminating pet hair on fabric with a squeegee and flip-flop, or using a sock to make a toilet seat more comfortable, the successful hacks are designed to be fun, inexpensive time-savers. Those that don't live up to the hype are exposed, and undercover hacks challenge members of the public to overcome pitfalls.

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Kevin and Brooke go dumpster-diving at the drive-thru in "Gaming the System"; Kevin meets with truckers to find some new everyday hacks; Senor Solución has a nasty fall on "Hacks Del Corazón."
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Kevin and Brooke believe they have found the hacked pool of their dreams; hacks to keep rude teenagers on the straight and narrow.
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Brooke and Kevin learn ways to game the system with parking; the Lazy Cook returns with a recipe for bringing old macaroni and cheese back to life; Senora fails to be an example of good behavior in a new Hacks Del Corazon.
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Brooke meets a dominatrix who wants to teach a pomegranate a lesson; Mack and Jack try to help a new couple beat the cohabitation curse.
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Kevin and Brooke test hacks for holding it in; Nurse Hackie has the cure for itchy bites; road-trip hacks.
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Kevin and Brooke learn that poo on the shoe is not good luck; Brooke tests some hacks for her pup; the coldblooded hacker tries to swipe some bling.
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Kevin and Brooke find out if a salty hack will stop slippery shoes in their tracks; Brooke turns an ex's bad taste in vinyl records into a fun candy bowl; Kevin gets to the bottom of some manipulative grocery store hacks.
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Lazy cook Brooke hacks edible shot glasses for a house party; Kevin and Brooke find out if they can use the office coffee machine to hack their breakfast; learning about better ways to cope with some emotional hacks.
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Brooke hacks an ex's pair of jeans into a drink coaster; Kevin learns a cool hack to get a dent out of a car; Kevin and Brooke learn some at-home exercise hacks from Good Housekeeping; Kevin judges a granny vs. granny garlic peeling hack battle.
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Kevin reveals a gas mask hack that will help during a zombie apocalypse; Brooke and Kevin test the barbecue starter hack from "Home Alone"; they try a hack for extra sleep in the morning.
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Kevin and Brooke use the power of the sun to hack a juicy burger; Brooke has some hacks to keep leftover wine from going to waste; Kevin learns how to wrap a bicycle with a gift-wrapping Hack Master.
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Brooke and Kevin hack a cell phone to the limit with a hot glue gun; they test user-submitted hacks to see which one will bring flowers back from the dead; Kevin and Brooke test an unexpected leaf blower hack.
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Kevin and Brooke test the old banana-in-the-tailpipe hack from a wild 1980s movie; Kevin hacks a fancy chandelier out of plastic spoons, then he reveals the hacks that casinos use to hustle patrons.
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Brooke and Kevin demonstrate how to save money at the gas tank; the Lazy Cook reveals a great way to get more bacon out of our BLTs.
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Señor Solución discovers a hack that gets him back in the mood; Kevin and Brooke reveal fan hacks for cooling down a hot bed.
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Dr. Hack finds an unlikely match in a veterinarian; Kevin and Brooke hack their way through the worst obstacles an airport has to offer; viewers share DIY solutions for whipping cream; how low prices can go if one acts like a "good guy."
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Brooke and Kevin go head to head testing out hacks for pool parties; they put a bug-saving hack to the test; Kevin steps into a wrestling ring to learn some confidence-boosting hacks.
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Kevin and Brooke test a "MacGyver" hack to see if he really was a master-hacker; Kevin puts contestants through the ringer to see which hacks work best to crack open an oyster; Lazy Cook Brooke makes bread out of melted ice cream.
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Kevin and Brooke have dinner in a hot tub; Kevin re-hacks a self-tanner; teens let the hacks take over.
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Brooke and Kevin attempt to beat the system with a high stakes dice-throwing hack, and they test some surprising hacks for sleeping through the night.
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Brooke and Kevin test out a new toilet hack; Brooke shares tips for hacking a dating profile; the shock of the season results when Señor Solución finally meets his match: his mother-in-law.

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TV personality Kevin Pereira ("Attack of the Show") and comic Brooke Van Poppelen explore the world of "life hacks": procedures or actions that solve problems, simplify tasks or reduce frustrations. From opening a wine bottle with a shoe to eliminating pet hair on fabric with a squeegee and flip-flop to using a sock to make a toilet seat more comfortable, the successful hacks are designed to be fun, inexpensive time-savers. "Inside Hacks" exposes some of Kevin and Brooke's best hacks and funniest moments on the series.
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