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Good Bones"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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S8, EP10 "Tad's Next Chapter"Tad and Anna's dream home nears completion, but their moody and quirky design style poses a challenge for Mina; despite the pressure of the renovation, Tad considers taking yet another big, life-changing step with Anna.
S8, EP9 "All in the Family"The Two Chicks team takes on dream home renovations for Mina's brother, Tad, and her sister, Kelsy. Tad's ready for the next big steps in his life with his girlfriend and new business, while Mina and Kelsey try to find common ground with design choices.
S8, EP8 "The Problem Project Pivot"Mina and the team take on a four-dwelling new build consisting of a duplex and a carriage house; when things go wrong with the foundation of the duplex, the focus shifts to executing the carriage house so it can begin earning rental income.
S8, EP7 "New Build, New Business"After losing money on their last house, Mina and the team hope to get top dollar by doing an upscale new build on the lot next door; Mina decides to balance out the new construction blandness with antique doors, but a mishap could derail the project.
S8, EP6 "City Slickers Go Country"Mina and the team take on the family home of Two Chicks' build manager, Brittany, in the country town of New Castle; to get top dollar for her client, Mina must figure out how to step out of her urban comfort zone and adapt to a more rural market.
S8, EP5 "Falling Head Ova Heels in Fountain Square"Mina is helping her friend convert a historic Fountain Square home into a salon for her own beauty business; they plan to add a coffee shop into the renovation, but things could turn ugly when the health department steps in with other ideas.
S8, EP4 "Money Pit Mishaps"Mina and the team are back in Bates-Hendricks to remodel an old home with a two-story addition and a separate income suite, but after major issues arise during framing, Mina is challenged to stay on budget to create a durable, deluxe getaway.
S8, EP3 "Historical Hiccups on Hill Street"Mina and the team are renovating a charming historical house on Hill Street; after running into issues with the city, Mina has her work cut out for her to create an eclectic mid-mod villa while upholding its historical integrity.
S8, EP2 "Secret Sanctuary on Singleton"Mina and the team return to Bates-Hendricks to take on their second home on Singleton Street; with vaulted ceilings and a secret room in the kitchen, this serene, spa-like house needs serious wow factor to lure in the area's picky buyers.
S7, EP13 "Twinning Is Winning"After the success of her last Charles Street home, Mina decides to create a twin property by duplicating the floorplan and adding a cabin chic vibe; with one failed inspection after another, the team faces delays that put the entire project at risk.
S7, EP13 "Little But Luxurious"Mina and the team are back in the Valley to build one of their smallest homes yet; with a driveway-sized property that's only 16 feet wide, the team must figure out how to create a long and skinny new build that packs all the luxury.
S7, EP12 "Twinning Is Winning"After the success of her last Charles Street home, Mina decides to create a twin property by duplicating the floorplan and adding a cabin chic vibe; with one failed inspection after another, the team faces delays that place the project at risk.
S7, EP11 "Soft Stark Southside House"Mina and the team take on a house Mina has purchased sight unseen; the structure has no foundation and must be torn down; with an aggressive timeline, the problematic property could sink her plans of turning a quick sale.
S7, EP10 "The Wedding Studio"Mina tackles her biggest challenge yet as she renovates her best friend's 6,000 square foot bridal shop; this could be the project that jump-starts more high-end commercial renos, and with only 60 days until the grand opening, Mina must deliver.
S7, EP9 "Framing Fiasco in the Valley"Mina and the team take on their first home in the Valley, a neighborhood they've never ventured into before; with no comps in the area and major framing issues, Mina must pull out all the stops if she wants to see a return on this risky investment.
S7, EP7 "An Itty Bitty Beach Bungalow"Mina and Karen are back in Old Southside, where they look to transform a small, two-bedroom home into a beautiful beach bungalow on a modest budget; if they make a decent profit, Mina plans to realize her dream.
S7, EP6 "Major Mansion Makeover"Mina and the team renovate the 9,000-square-foot home of professional basketball player Justin Holiday and his family, but what begins as an updated face-lift, quickly turns into a race against the clock as the team runs into issues.
S7, EP5 "From Burned Out to Boho Nordic"Mina and Karen buy one of the worst homes in Old Southside with major fire damage; with its tiny yard and a small footprint, they need to transform the burned-out ramshackle into a stunning two-story home or take a huge loss.
S7, EP4 "Big Red Urban Barn"Mina and the team return to Old Southside to tackle the smallest home on the block; the house needs to grow bigger to make a profit, so Mina plans to add a second floor and red siding for an urban barn feel, but a snafu could set the team back weeks.
S7, EP3 "Budget-Busting Basic Bombshell"Mina and Karen take a risk and purchase a huge house in a relatively new neighborhood; with one budget-busting issue after another, the team has to make money-saving design choices to create a neutral home that still has bombshell appeal.
S7, EP2 "Near Eastside Americana Cottage"In Near Eastside, Mina and Karen hope a two-story addition with an Americana cottage design will turn a heftier profit than the area's last project; after finding a series of mysterious holes, the team worries the home will become a money pit.
S7, EP1 "Quaint Cottage With Vintage Vibes"Mina and Karen are back in Fountain Square with a quaint but expensive cottage; in order to list this pricey property high enough to make a profit, they must figure out how to add plenty of bells and whistles without losing its vintage charm.
S6, EP14 "Historic Cottage for First-Time Flippers"A pair of first-time flippers attempt to renovate a historic cottage home property; they enlist Mina and Karen's help to navigate working with the local Historical Association and to prevent this new project from becoming a historic flop.
S6, EP13 "California Dreaming in Indy"Mina and Karen take on a three-story build for producer Adam and his Los Angeles-based family; as they prepare for the move, the clock is ticking for the duo to finish the home and make this Midwestern transition as comfortable as possible.
S6, EP12 "Eclectic Artistry in Garfield Park"Garfield Park is a haven for artists, so Mina and Karen think it's the perfect place for an art-filled renovation; between the house's nightmarish texture and their tight budget, they'll need creativity to turn this home into an eclectic dreamscape.
S6, EP11 "Starting From Scratch in the Old Southside"Mina and Karen take on an abandoned fire-damaged home, but after a walkthrough, they realize the only way to fix it is to demolish the house and start from scratch; the duo pulls out all the stops to renovate this rebuild with French-inspired design.
S6, EP10 "Pricey Paradise With Big Problems"Mina and Karen tackle their last house on Talbott Street, but money is tight for this expensive project; they work to pack in many cool design features, but buyers in the neighborhood may not respond well to their French farmhouse theme.
S6, EP9 "From Teardown to Italian Treasure"After buying a home sight unseen in Old Southside, Mina and Karen soon realize they need to tear the whole building down; the duo works to figure out how to make a new build on the tiny lot feel like a charming Italian villa that buyers will love.
S6, EP8 "From Warehouse to Storefront"Mina and Karen have returned to the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood to turn an old warehouse into their first retail store; the rundown building needs an enormous amount of work, and they'll need the entire team to reveal their biggest project to date.
S6, EP7 "Claire's Crooked Cottage"A mother has called on Mina and Karen to help fix up a home that she purchased for her daughter; while the cottage is in better condition than most of the duo's projects, they hope to add more living space and straighten out its crooked exterior.
S6, EP6 "Big Build, Big Risk"An abandoned build comes with big risks and bigger dollar signs, so Mina and Karen have to pull out every trick in the book to turn this giant into a modern lake house-style marvel.
S6, EP5 "New Babies and New Neighborhoods"Mina and Karen's renovation plans begin to crumble as they move into their first house in the Near Eastside neighborhood.
S6, EP4 "Bringing in the Buyers"Mina and Karen have high hopes for turning their mostly demoed house on Palmer Street into a moody Cape Cod-style masterpiece; as the project develops, unforeseen problems begin to emerge that may make this family home a major catastrophe.
S6, EP3 "Tiny Condo, Big Reno"The time has come for Mina and Karen to renovate the final condo in their Old Southside fourplex; they're pulling out all the stops to maximize the space with art deco character, but a lengthy list of problems turns this tiny home into a big issue.
S6, EP2 "A Charred Charmer for Cory"Mina and Karen tackle a 100-year-old home that's endured a severe fire and foundational damage; Cory loves its potential and is interested in making this his permanent home, but the costly list of extreme challenges may cause him to get burned.
S6, EP1 "Scary to Chic in Old Southside"With her son in tow and another baby on the way, Mina returns to Old Southside, where she and Karen aim to turn a creepy, insect-infested lot into a chic oasis for a new family; they make a sentimental connection to the home's past owner.
S5, EP14 "The Gloriously Glam Home"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.
S5, EP13 "The Cottage Catastrophe"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.
S5, EP12 "Tad's Tiny Home"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.
S5, EP11 "Cottage Becomes Artistic Oasis"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.
S5, EP9 "MJ's Dream Home"Mina and Karen work to blend traditional and modern styles for a new home owner.
S5, EP8 "Free House, Expensive Reno"Mina and Karen venture into a new neighborhood where Mina acquired a home from a real estate friend; a serious problem arises with the small cottage and making a profit becomes an hurdle.
S5, EP7 "Old Biker Bar"Mina and Karen return to the Old Southside neighborhood to transform an old motorcycle biker bar into a single-family home; the former hangout gets a massive two-story addition and industrial-modern designs that pay homage to its biker roots.
S5, EP6 "Updated Victorian in Old Southside"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.
S5, EP5 "DIY Reno Rescue"Mina and Karen are called to help their friends Mel and Curtis transform their traditional home, but their ideas are dependent on the local historical society; they expand the dining room and kitchen, and convert the master into a gorgeous en suite.
S5, EP4 "The Greenwich Village Townhome"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.
S5, EP3 "Chelsea Vibes in Old Southside"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.
S5, EP2 "Mina's East Street Investment"Mina and her husband, Steve, decide it's time to renovate and sell their rental property to start a college fund for their son.
S5, EP1 "Fountain Square Flashback"Mina and Karen return to Fountain Square to renovate a bungalow.
S5 "Down to the Studs: A Condo Brings Family Together"Mina and Karen remodel a condo; they turn the total gut job into a dream home filled with personalized touches, including a special mural; featuring insider facts and bonus footage.
S5 "Bare Bones: Free House, Expensive Reno"Mina and Karen face serious issues with a small cottage, and making a profit becomes a hurdle.
S5 "Down to the Studs: Old Doors, New Wall"Mina and Karen work on a duplex unit that's riddled with trash and surprises, including a wall made entirely out of old doors; further problems arise when Cory discovers a foundation issue no one saw coming; featuring insider facts and bonus footage.
S5 "Down to the Studs: Chop and Pop"Mina and Karen give a small home more space with a new story addition and focus on curb appeal; featuring insider facts and bonus footage.
S5 "Bare Bones: Updated Victorian in Old Southside"Mina and Karen turn a trash-filled home into an updated Victorian beauty.
S5 "Down to the Studs: Shiplap Surprise in Fountain Square"Mina and Karen revamp a tiny but pricey two-bedroom home on a tight budget; they add square footage with additional bedrooms and bathrooms, and they reconfigure the floor plan to increase functionality.
S5 "Bare Bones: The Greenwich Village Townhome"Mina and Karen renovate the right side of their duplex townhouse, and Karen makes an announcement about her position in the company.
S5 "Down to the Studs: Tiny Condo, Giant Upgrade"Mina and Karen buy a building with multiple condos and start the renovations with a ground unit; featuring insider facts and bonus footage.
S5 "Down to the Studs: Big Money in Fountain Square"Mina and Karen take on a massive, partially-constructed house, and tensions rise when it comes to figuring out the kitchen cabinets' design; featuring insider facts and bonus footage.
S5 "Down to the Studs: A Stately House on Sanders"Mina and Karen take on a 2,800-square-foot home that needs work; tensions flare as the women have differing opinions on how to approach its design and style; featuring insider facts and bonus footage.
S5 "Down to the Studs: Townhome of Trouble"Featuring insider facts and bonus footage, Mina and Karen take on the renovation of a century-old duplex. They concentrate on one unit at a time and must stay on budget if they want to make a profit.
S4, EP14 "Keeping It in the Family"Mina and Karen remodel a condo for Mina's sister and her two girls, who want to be closer to downtown; they transform the total gut job into a dream home filled with personalized touches, including a special mural.
S4, EP13 "The Brickyard Brick House"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.
S4, EP12 "Old Doors, New Wall"Mina and Karen work on a duplex unit that's riddled with trash and interesting surprises, including a wall made entirely out of old doors;further problems arise when Cory discovers an unexpected issue with the foundation.
S4, EP11 "Townhome of Trouble"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.
S4, EP10 "Big Money in Fountain Square"Mina and Karen take on a massive, partially-constructed house and tensions rise when it comes to figuring out the kitchen cabinets' design.
S4, EP9 "Tiny Condo, Giant Upgrade"Mina and Karen purchase a building with multiple condos and start the renovations with a smaller unit; the whole plan hangs in the balance when Karen tries to shimmy down an HVAC exchange with hilarious consequences.
S4, EP8 "First House on the Block"Mina and Karen renovate the first of several houses they purchased on Talbott Street in Indianapolis.
S4, EP7 "Battle of the Two Chicks"Mina and Karen take on a duplex that was abandoned mid-construction and Mina makes it a competition; she renovates one side with a playful theme while Karen opts for a French country look, and real estate agents pick the winner.
S4, EP6 "Chop and Pop"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.
S4, EP5 "Nothin's Easy on East Street"Mina and Karen return to East Street and plan to give a home more bathrooms and an open floor plan; however, when Cory discovers a budget-busting waterline issue, they must get creative with their renovation.
S4, EP4 "Shiplap Surprise in Fountain Square"Mina and Karen revamp a tiny but pricey two-bedroom home on a tight budget; they add square footage by building additional bedrooms and bathrooms and reconfigure the floor plan to increase functionality.
S4, EP2 "New House, Old Spirit"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.
S4, EP1 "A Stately House on Sanders"Mina and Karen take on a 2,800-square-foot home with four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a bonus space; it needs a lot of work, and tensions flare as the women have differing opinions on how to approach its design and style.
S4 "Down to the Studs: First House on the Block"Mina and Karen renovate the first of several houses they purchased on Talbott Street in Indianapolis; includes insider facts and bonus footage.
S4 "Down to the Studs: The Brickyard Brick House"Mina and Karen revamp a historic brick house that's in bad shape in a rising area of south Indianapolis; includes insider facts and bonus footage.
S4 "Mina's Forever Home"Mina and her husband are ready to build their forever home; she plans to go big with a floor plan she has been working on for years; however, Mina finds out she's pregnant, putting a rush on finishing her dream home in time.
S3, EP13 "Budget-Busting Victorian"Mina and Karen purchase a home near the Northside neighborhood that's full of historical features; they do their best to design an open floor plan while preserving as many elements as possible.
S3, EP12 "Poltergeist Property"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.
S3, EP11 "A Stately Home Full of Slithering Surprises"Karen and Mina team up with their friend Josh on a high-stakes property in Fountain Square, but they find it is infested with snakes.
S3, EP10 "Risky Reno With Historic Charm"Despite its odd layout and decrepit state, Mina and Karen are taking on an old house that has a ton of historic charm in the Old Southside neighborhood; as framing starts, the crew uncovers a major structural problem that hits the budget hard.
S3, EP9 "A Backyard Barn for Karen"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.
S3, EP8 "The Little Brick House"Mina and Karen tackle their first brick house renovation, and although it has tons of charm and character, it also has problems that need to be fixed; working in a new neighborhood adds to the risk.
S3, EP6 "The Half Million Dollar House"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.
S3, EP4 "Outdated Townhome Gets a Funky Facelift"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.
S3, EP3 "The Shabbiest Townhouse"Mina and Karen buy a very outdated and bland townhouse with maroon carpeting, peach wallpaper and active bird's nests; the girls get started designing a new layout after demolition but all work comes to a halt after they find a surprise in the attic.
S3, EP1 "Smelly Shotgun House to Chic Downtown Home"Mina and Karen take on an old shotgun-style home near downtown Indianapolis, and demo day becomes a test of bad smells they will never forget; Mina's brother Tad learns the basics of framing a house and installing decorative wall tiles.
S3 "Down to the Studs: Permitting Nightmares in Northside"Mina and Karen battle structural slowdowns and permitting nightmares during a historical Northside renovation.
S2, EP12 "Bugging Out on Budget"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.
S2, EP11 "Small House, Big Problems"Mina and Karen find that you get what you pay for when they buy their smallest home ever at 730 square feet, with holes in the roof, holes in the floor and a rotting foundation.
S2, EP10 "Beautifying a Boring Boxy Home"Mina has second thoughts that a charmless, boxy house bought from the city might have been a bad idea, but Karen sees its potential.
S2, EP9 "Eyesore Overhaul"Mina and Karen return to the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood with a home close to everything that has a ton of square footage.
S2, EP8 "Client Renovation Rescue"Mina and Karen take on a renovation project for an optimistic client who bought a duplex with intentions of renovating it himself.
S2, EP7 "Facelift for a Tiny Victorian"Mina and Karen buy a tiny Victorian-style home that is in need of a serious facelift on the outskirts of the Indianapolis community of Fountain Square.
S2, EP6 "Big House, Big Potential"Mina and Karen work on a house on Sanders Street, a huge project with age-related issues, including rotten wood, antiquated windows and many hidden treasures.
S2, EP5 "Flooded Two-Story Restored"Mina and Karen are welcomed into their new duplex with piles of clothes, two toilets and two feet of water in the basement.
S2, EP4 "Little White House on a Hill"Mina and Karen buy a little white house on a hill with potential to be a real charmer in the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood, but have to deal with serious foundation issues.
S2, EP3 "An Office Becomes a Home"Mina and Karen purchase a home in a transitional Indianapolis neighborhood; the location is a sizable former office space with no discernable bedrooms, so the girls are excited to utilize the blank canvas.
S2, EP2 "Abandoned Partially Built Home Gets Rescued"Karen and Mina are back on Woodlawn Avenue to rescue a new build that has been abandoned; the home's basic structure is built, but the bones have been left for dead, yet Mina and Karen see amazing possibilities.
S2, EP1 "Decaying Duplex Gets a Transformation"Mina and Karen transform a four-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex with one of the worst foundations they've seen, combined with unsafe floor joists on the second floor.
S1, EP11 "Mom and Daughter Duo Renovate Neighborhoods One House at a Time"A mother and daughter renovate neighborhoods house by house in hopes of improving communities adjacent to downtown.
S1, EP10 "Duplex Remodel Is Double the Trouble"Karen and Mina work on turning the two cramped sides of a duplex in an outlying neighborhood into a spacious single-family home.
S1, EP9 "New Clients in the Countryside"Mina and Karen help a large family make its closed-off country home more open and welcoming with a new floor plan.
S1, EP7 "An Old House Attracts New Neighbors"Mina informs Karen that she's bought their next Reno project at a high price; the two struggle through suspicious stenches and sketchy construction to create a beautiful space.
S1, EP6 "Family Reunion Renovation"Mina agrees to remodel her childhood home in the suburbs of Indianapolis, but her father may still need some convincing.
S1, EP5 "Making Space in the Suburbs for a Large Family"Julie and Larry have 23 kids and grandchildren, and their small space in the suburbs of Indianapolis needs a major renovation.
S1, EP4 "A Neighborhood Eyesore That's a Horrible Before Becomes an Amazing After"After buying a house for $4,000, Mina and Karen discover water damage, dodgy water lines and foundation issues.
S1, EP3 "Tiny House Turns Into a Bohemian Bungalow"Mina and Karen take a chance on a little house with big issues in a prime location, with the intent of transforming the troubled home into a charming bungalow.
S1, EP1 "Tiny House, Huge Transformation"Mother-daughter builders purchase a 512-square-foot house near downtown Indianapolis, tear it down to the studs, then get to work building it back up.
Air Date: August 11, 2020Karen and Mina, a mother/daughter duo, transform properties around their hometown of Indianapolis.
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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.
Original Air Date: Mar 22, 2016
Genres: Home/CookingRealityTV Series
Rating: TVG
Playback: HD
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