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Designers, carpenters and landscapers are brought into an unsuspecting homeowner's house while they're "out" to redecorate and reinvent all sorts of living spaces. There's an accomplice that keeps the other guest out of the house while the work is done and finds out all sorts of information to be used later in a prize trivia segment where they have the chance to win extra luxuries for their new space.

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A woman wants to make over the family beach house for her husband.
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A California woman transforms a patio into a Moroccan outdoor room for her husband.
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A woman wants to give her husband a relaxing space to work and hang out in, in the form of a feng shui office.
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A woman's obsession with children's toy building-blocks takes over her whole home.
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The team's most unusual room yet is a secret nuclear-missile silo turned into an underground home.
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A woman gives her husband a Caribbean beach party-themed deck.
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A blind couple receives a room full of sensory delights.
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After dating for one year, Marc wants to surprise Gahlit by making over the guest bedroom in her Los Angeles condo.
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A woman wants to create an underwater-themed room for her scuba-diving husband.
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Four daughters surprise their mother with a new kitchen in Miami.
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A woman from Annapolis, Md., enlists help to build a treehouse for her husband.
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While one member of a household is away, another redecorates.

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Two sets of neighbors, 48 hours, $1,000. Neighbors swap houses, and with the help of a designer and carpenter, transform a room in two days. The best, and worst, part about it is that the homeowner has zero say in what gets done. In later seasons the budgets increased and each team was given more time to complete the makeovers.
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As a regular guest on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" as well as the host of his own syndicated talker, interior designer Nate Berkus used charm, good looks and professional know-how to establish a solid rapport with viewers. Now he's back on TV, this time in a venture that co-stars his husband -- fellow designer Jeremiah Brent -- and their baby daughter, Poppy. Hourlong episodes follow the couple at work as they rescue homeowners who are trapped in nightmare renovation projects and cannot see an end in sight. Using unique design pieces to add character and a personal touch, Nate and Jeremiah transform each home's layout into a practical yet stylish space. However, the most important job they face is to raise Poppy. The proud parents bring the audience inside their private lives to see how they spend time with "the girl that changed everything."
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TLC revamps the home design series that originally aired on the network from 2002 to 2006. Hosted by Ananda Lewis, "While You Were Out" now features an all-star cast of designers from both TLC and HGTV, including Carter Oosterhouse, Sabrina Soto, Ty Pennington, Vern Yip, Hilary Farr, Nicole Curtis and Vanilla Ice. Given a $10,000 budget, each set of designers and carpenters design one room in neighboring houses after the homeowner sends their significant other on a weekend getaway. The ultimate surprise reveal culminates each episode upon their return. One home includes TLC designers and the other, HGTV designers.
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Interior designer Hilary Farr and real estate agent David Visentin compete for the affections of fed-up homeowners looking to either renovate or sell, as Farr transforms their worn-out space into a welcoming one while Visentin works to find them a new home. At the end of each hourlong episode, the homeowners decide if the changes designed by Farr are enough for them to stay in their current home, or if the new property Visentin has found better suits their needs. So whether they love it or list it, the homeowners come out on top.