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In "Louisiana Flip N Move", three teams of New Orleans house flippers buy abandoned properties in the Big Easy and then haul the old homes to new locations for a complete renovation. The teams must find creative ways to transport the homes through the city's narrow roads or even float them on barges across the mighty Mississippi River to their new address.

Friday 9:00 PM et/pt on DIY Network
2 Seasons, 16 Episodes
October 14, 2016
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Louisiana Flip N Move Full Episode Guide

  • Robert and Katie put an Americana twist on an auction win that has surprises underneath the walls. Meanwhile, Mike and Megan strike a deal for a small boxy building they plan to convert into a hunting lodge perfect for any Louisiana sportsman.

  • Flipping team Darren and Lucy win a small home with large windows. They plan to utilize the natural light in their design but Mother Nature has other ideas. Meanwhile, fellow flippers Mike and Megan get a large home that needs a major overhaul. They use items in the house to create a nautical design plan that will appeal to a family.

  • Darren and Lucy revitalize an older home with lots of flipping potential.

  • Robert and Katie take over a build turning a flooded recording studio into a large and livable home.

  • Robert and Katie add architectural flair to a dingy and confusing duplex.

  • Robert and Katie snag an adorable house at auction but quickly learn their new project has both fire and water damage inside. They attempt to breathe new life into the house with a relaxing gulf coast design but will that be enough to turn this damaged home into a beachy dream?

  • Mike and Megan acquire an old camp house with a catch -- it's only accessible by boat. They roll up their sleeves and work to take the drab cabin from a murky mess to a relaxing riverside retreat.

  • Darren and Lucy put Louisiana style against Robert and Katie's retro glam.

  • Two teams tackle projects with French Quarter and jazz influences.

  • The Walkers revive a rundown home while the Fosters have permit trouble.

  • Robert and Katie score a dilapidated house that's so big they have to cut it into pieces before it can be moved. Saving what they can, they convert their win into a cozy carriage-style cottage. Meanwhile, Mike and Megan snag a piece of the Foster's cut-up home and incorporate it into a barge house for living on the water. Will the battered old house benefit both teams?

  • Mike and Megan pick up a small shotgun-style house with plans of converting it into a unique studio living space. An auction in the New Orleans Superdome would be the perfect place to sell this home but if they want to get the house there, they'll have to boat it over Lake Pontchartrain. Will this special auction be worth the risky move?

  • Darren and Lucy win a duplex that looks decent on the outside but is partially gutted inside after being flooded by Louisiana rains. The duo transforms the property into a single-family home that will look perfect on the bayou.

  • Mike and Megan find an old church with a beadboard-covered interior and work to transform it into a home with Southern charm. Then, Robert and Katie cut off most of a roof and eliminate a laundry room to renovate a historic home.

  • Mike and Megan transform a once sunken house built on top of a barge into a floating vacation getaway.

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