Offbeat America

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HGTV Premiered Aug 07, 2005 In Season

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  • Season 1
    • Offbeat America 213
      8/7/05
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      Whether it's funky architecture, the world's largest living roof, or The Whirligig Master of the South, Offbeat America uncovers the most amazing people, places and plants this country has to offer, all with a Home & Garden twist.
    • Offbeat America 212
      1/1/06
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      Funky shapes and colors in Arizona, a Washington couple in an old gas station full of hot-rods, and a Michigan underground dome that collects solar energy. Plus, a log cabin in the back woods of Indiana and, in San Antonio, a 100-year-old trolley.
    • Offbeat America 211
      1/1/06
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      A re-created Bonanza set in a CA home and, in Maine, handbuilt mushroom castle. Then, in Deadwood, OR, a scenic backyard garden with a rebuilt train. In Idaho, we find an offbeat geodesic dome. Finally, a man on Route 66 with antique-bottle yard art.
    • Offbeat America 211
      1/2/05
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      A re-created Bonanza set in a CA home and, in Maine, handbuilt mushroom castle. Then, in Deadwood, OR, a scenic backyard garden with a rebuilt train. In Idaho, we find an offbeat geodesic dome. Finally, a man on Route 66 with antique-bottle yard art.
    • Offbeat America 210
      1/1/05
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      An Indiana medieval mansion and a Texas house re-created from a 1960s sitcom. In Iowa, we see a porcelain palace with '50s décor, then head to NYC to meet a woman with fascinating mosaics. Finally, a doghouse vacation home/bed and breakfast in Idaho.
    • Breitenbach Castle and More
      See a triangular home, a house that looks just like a mushroom, and an upstate New York medieval castle.
    • Offbeat America 209
      1/1/05
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      A small 1950s, Indiana town. Plus a Chicago Future spaceship home, an underground house in Ohio, and in Colorado, two eclectic pyramids blend with the Rocky Mountains. Then, a New Hampshire woodworker and a Florida woman with a chicken sanctuary.
    • Luxury Cave House and More
      See a house that is built in a cave, an extreme tree house, a metal dinosaur park, a house shaped like a goose, and a house that holds two-story tall plants.
    • Offbeat America 208
      1/2/05
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      New technology in Indiana, New England fiberglass pod tunnels, and a Washington railroad car becomes an apartment. Plus, in Colorado, unique artwork and creativity and eight vintage Arizona RVs and a landlocked yacht transformed into vacation homes.
    • Collage Loft and More
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      See an artist's collage loft, a sphere-shaped home, horse sculptures made from bailing wire, and a Texas town where everyone is obsessed with hippos.
    • Offbeat America 207
      1/1/05
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      A Midwestern, Kansas castle, old train cars and Pullman relics, an extra-small, energy-efficient house in California, and topiaries in a South Carolina yard. Plus, whimsical Knoblauch furniture in NYC and an Ohio home built like a village in Tuscany.
    • Bowling-Ball House and More
      See a bed and breakfast that resembles a UFO, a yard containing hundreds of painted bowling balls, art made from toothpicks, and a house that looks like a shoe.
    • Offbeat America 206
      1/1/05
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      A translucent MN house, NYC furniture and light fixtures made from '50s auto chrome, and a foam Pittsburg home camouflaged as a giant rock! Then a San Francisco woman who plasters with office supplies and a Washington couple with storybook displays.
    • Mushroom House and More
      Meet a man who made his home into a funhouse, a woman who turns laundry lint into art, and a man who creates art out of driftwood.
    • Offbeat America 205
      1/1/06
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      A Dr. Seuss storybook home in PA. Next, a Michigan house with a 250-seat theater, Minnesota couple, who collect carousel horses, and a 1960s octagonal home in Missouri. Finally, a giant clock collector with a two-story pendulum in his dining room!
    • Metal Monsters and More
      Meet a homeowner who painted his house to reflect his love of butterflies, a man who built a medieval castle out of salvaged wood and fieldstone, an architect who built his house in the middle of a busy highway, a man who collects traffic signals, and a Georgia machinist who sculpts scrap metal into art.moreless
    • Offbeat America 204
      1/1/05
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      A NY pod house right out of sci-fi. Next, a Kansas prairie long house and CA bed & breakfast where pirates, Egyptian mummies, and gypsies feel right at home. Then, a PA artist of found items. Finally, we meet a Washington family in a pyramid palace.
    • Bourbon Street Basement and More
      Meet a couple who built a replica of New Orleans' Bourbon Street, surfers who live in a boathouse, a 93-year-old man who built a wall around his property by himself, woman who uses her house as a canvas, and retired plumber who uses toilet-seat covers for art.
    • Offbeat America 203
      8/8/05
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      A PA home made of mirrors, private TN town, and animal-shaped bushes in San Diego. Then, a Kansas couple at home in a water tower, chewed bubblegum creatures from a DC artist, and, finally, an Oregon man with a 'hobbitat' village in his backyard.
    • Swamp Castle and More
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      Meet a circus performer with an Egyptian themed house, a man who collects rare glass bottles, and a man who carves matchsticks into tiny versions of celebrities. Also see a castle in Florida, a home made out of mud, and the largest rubber band ball in the world.
    • Offbeat America 202
      8/8/05
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      A Malibu man living in a big musical instrument, a Chicago home of super-sized proportions, a bottle-cap artist who mixes Old World with pop, and a Minnesotan with a White House replica. Finally, a Washington couple in a run-aground Navy tugboat.
    • Kokopelli's Cave and More
      Meet a couple who live in a 65-million-year-old cave, a woman that knits dog hair shawls and sweaters, a playground designer, a Louisiana woman who plasters Mardi Gras beads on everything, and a woman who has a natural geyser in her backyard.
    • Offbeat America 201
      8/7/05
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      A Wisconsin racetrack-themed home. Plus, a spinning home in the California desert, funky St. Louis yard art, a candy-coated interior in Oregon, and an Arkansas wind-chime of mass distraction. And, in Pennsylvania, the world's fastest balloon artist.
    • Rotating Dream House and More
      Explore a rotating dream house, a storybook-themed house, a home filled with inflatable furniture, California's smallest house, and a neighborhood "Wish Arch."
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