Builders overcome torrential rains to complete the construction of a community center; the Harlem Globetrotters help launch the newly built community center.
The home of the Rev. Martins undergoes refurbishing, and the building of a family outreach center helps the community.
BMX rider Rick Thorne, singer Celine Dion and children from a local cancer center lift the family's spirits while construction crews scramble to finish the renovations.
A family whose matriarch recently suffered a debilitating heart attack receives a new home to help them move on.
A family from South Los Angeles receives help facilitating their American dream and throwing a family reunion.
Dr. Phil McGraw, his son Jay, and the show's construction team work to give the Serratelli family a sorely needed renovation.
The family of a Los Angeles firefighter must adjust when the father is disabled, the mother becomes the primary breadwinner and poor plumbing causes flooding in their home; Dr. Phil McGraw makes an appearance.
The team tackles the cleanup of the tiny house of a family of seven adjusting to the presence of a new stepmother in Oceanside, Calif.
The family splits up to do volunteer work in various communities; the new home, built in seven days, is revealed.
A new house is built for an Atlanta-based family of five that recently lost its home to a fire.
The team works to bring light and life to the Cole-Reimer family of Lancaster, Calif., whose dark outlook on life and disastrous living conditions prompted the makeover.
A reconstructed house that is wheelchair-accessible helps change the family of a teenager who uses one.
The makeover team rallies a Chicago-based family of five by renovating its home and lifestyle to make it easier for the 17-year-old to maneuver with his wheelchair.
Members of the Biggins family from "Trading Spouses" find out if they have what it takes to further improve their lives.