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Mario Lopez surprises families in need of a backyard upgrade with the exciting news that their less-than-exciting pools will be transformed into spectacular resort-style oases. People from all over the United States send Mario videos requesting his help, and for a lucky few, he will come to their aid. Mario also helps homeowners with their list of fantasy pool features, including oversized grottos, caves, water slides and hot tubs by turning their boring, lackluster pools into an outdoor paradises.

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Mario Lopez wants to give a family of six a supersized happy ending; their contractor disappeared halfway through renovating their dated -- but functional -- pool, leaving behind a demolished danger zone of a backyard.
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U.S. Air Force veterans live in their dream home in Las Vegas, but their home's pool is a nightmare; Mario comes to the rescue building a kid-friendly pool and a backyard kid zone complete with a Baja shelf, outdoor barbecue and play structure.
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A family of six finds the ideal house and yard, but a stained deck, chipped pool and ugly hill mar the experience; Mario Lopez brings in his team to create a backyard water park featuring a water slide, grotto and VIP cabana.

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