Extreme Makeover: Home Edition - Season 7 Episodes
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition - Season 7
This is a list of season 7 episodes of the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition series.
“Ty's Great British Adventure 2009”
The bus is back! And this season it's picking up a lot more passengers, including some special celebrity guests. We literally have to laugh at the first star helping Ty Pennington and his team because Patricia Heaton is hilarious! She may play a middle-of-the-country mom in her uproarious new show The Middle, but now Patricia heads out to the heartland in real life to help build a new home for the Huber family of Superior, Wisconsin!
Ty and the team take a trip to the Hamptons. No, not those hamptons. They head down to Green County, Missouri, where they, and special guest, Ashley Tisdale, are in town to help the Hamptons, a family with big hearts who are stuck in a small house.
This week, Ty and the team head for the Hills...literally! They are off to Suffield, Connecticut to create some space for the Hill Family, all 13 of them! Special celebrity guest Xzibit provides some much needed muscle for this loving family, as they have most definitely outgrown their home.
The "Extreme team" is on the road again—this time heading to Lancaster, Texas to help the Marshall Family. And, this week, Ty and the gang call on country superstar Trace Adkins to get on the bus with them. Trace is the perfect person to help due to his background in construction, his hard-working attitude, and last but not least, his physical stature. The only challenge Trace can't seem to overcome is the language barrier with Ed—something many of us have (yet we love Ed nonetheless).
It's another trip on the bus to meet another unforgettable family. This time Ty and the gang are off to Champagne, Illinois to help the Montgomerys. Watching their home video, we can see this special family gives 110% to their community which means the last thing on their minds is their own needs.
So, we're thinking Xzibit picked up an all-you-can-ride bus pass since this is the second time he's joining Ty Pennington and the extreme team as they head to Davis County, Kentucky to help the Mattingly family.
We get a two-for-one deal when Kellie Pickler and her younger brother, Eric, get on the bus as Ty and his team head to Beavercreek, Ohio to help out the Terpenning family.
Brace yourself for another EM: HE that is sure to leave you in tears. This week Ty and the team head to Lean, Illinois to meet the Stott Family. But before we get there, Tom Wilhelm gets on the bus. Tom seems like a nice guy, but we aren't initially sure how he fits into this week's makeover. Guess we'll find out.
The bus is running on all cylinders en route to Lyme, New Hampshire to meet the Marshall Family.
Ty and the team travel to Clarksville, Tennessee to meet the Scott Family.
Mary J. Blige joins Ty and gang this week as they head to Erie, PA to meet the Ward Family.
The Extreme Team makes its way to St. Paul, Minnesota to help out the Morris Family. Sandy Morris was a divorced single mother looking for the best daycare for her children, one that included bilingual education. Unsatisfied with options that were out there, Sandy quit her job as a teacher to start her own daycare.
We're off to Buffalo, New York this week to help the Powell family. As soon as we get on the bus, we are joined by Eric Walker, a member of PUSH (People United for Sustainable Housing). This week's family features a participating member of PUSH. Want to meet her?
Hop on the school bus we're heading to Davidson County, NC to help the Creasey Family. Tricia Creasey doesn't let anything stop her from teaching, not even cancer. Her husband, William, tells us that even if she's severely sick, she will still go in the next day to teach her 7th grade class. Due to the financial circumstances, the Creasey home repairs have taken a backseat to Tricia's chemotherapy. But the house needs a makeover ASAP!
We're on our way to Prince George's County, Maryland with Tyler Perry to lend a hand to the Tripp Family.
Before heading off to help a new family, we make a pit stop at the Myrtle Beach Race Track to pick up racing legend Jeff Gordon, who didn't live far from this week's makeover place in Loris, South Carolina -- home to the Suggs family.
Earlier this season EMHE asked you, the fans, to "get on the bus." After receiving thousands of submissions, we're happy to report that Santino and Tanya were part of the masses who answered our call!
Ty and the team are off to Hattiesburg, Mississippi along with Christian Slater to help the Heathcock Family.
This week we're off to Kemah, Texas to help a truly inspirational couple and their children. But first, we meet Mark Bennett, who applied to 'get on the bus' to show his future daughter the importance of giving. Mark, you've come to the right place. A sentiment that becomes evident as we watch a video of the Beach Family.
The team heads to Loris, SC to rebuild the home of Amanda and Derrick Suggs. Amanda has spent her life looking after her siblings and has only recently been able to get a good education. Derrick has helped look after them and also to help bring the local community closer to the police force by creating schemes to give them a better image.
We're off to Mineola, Texas to help another amazing family. Mike and Katrina Carr are loving parents to four adopted children who were abandoned in Kazakhstan. Two of the children, Ryanne and Rina, were born with Amniotic Band Syndrome which caused many physical challenges. And Mike has been plagued with diabetes since he was a child.
All aboard! We're back on the bus and headed to Tulsa, Oklahoma to meet the Starkweathers. Ty, Paige, Eduardo and Paul are here to help a very special boy, Ethan Starkweather. Ethan suffers from a rare disorder which causes him to never feel full. If he eats without supervision, his stomach may rupture. His mom, Amy, fears the house may become Ethan's deathtrap if the locks on the refrigerator and cabinets ever fail. We know a few folks who will make sure that never take place.
The Extreme Team is headed to Pine Mountain Valley, Georgia. As soon as we get on the bus, we meet Michael Oher and the members of his adoptive family, Leigh Anne and Sean Tuohy. You probably already know that the hit movie "The Blind Side" is based on their inspirational story.