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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 1 nomination. See more awards »
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Steve Watson ...
 Himself - Host (63 episodes, 2003-2006)
Jarri Schwartz ...
 Herself (43 episodes, 2003-2006)
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A team of skilled, and sometimes unskilled, labourers, designers and contractors go up against the clock to give a house a themed remodelling. Other than picking the theme, the owners have no say in the design process. Hilarity ensues when builders clash, problems arise and the five day time limit looms. Awesome designs create out of the ordinary houses that inspire and leave nothing to the imagination. Written by jackdc14

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Narrator: In the living room, Drew demonstrates his trick for finding hidden electrical wiring.
[We see Drew cutting into a wall with a power saw. Suddenly, the lights go out]
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For the "Fright House" episode, the opening animation is recolored black, the theme song is given a "spooky" remix, and the theme song's last line is changed from "and we all just love it" to "and we've all gone missing." See more »

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24 August 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

It's not as cool as "Monster Garage," but I like it. They do some outrageous stuff to houses. The part I like best is that all the props must be functional. I'm surprised at the number of houses that have substandard wiring -- Several episodes show electricians literally rewiring houses that are firetraps waiting to spring. Unnerving!

Like "Monster Garage" and other build shows, the success or failure of each week's project is strongly linked to the group's ability to put aside their egos and work as a team. On that front, Jesse James ("Monster Garage") is much more successful than Steve Watson. But, give the man a chance. The show is still new.

I want to see them do a space station house sometime with plasma screens and a functioning control system...


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