I'm volunteering on Tuesday (8pm - 2am) for the Extreme Makeover house out in my county! I won't be allowed to really talk about it or take pictures or anything. But my loop hole is my local paper! The 'Times Herald Record' was there and snapped some pictures. Here are some pictures:

Ty Pennington, at center, star of “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,” rallies build team members and volunteers Thursday as homeowner Jimmy Korpai, at left, and son Hudson, 1, join in the celebration. The ABC-TV show will replace the Korpais' home with a new one in a week. The Korpais' daughter, Hailey, 5, has dwarfism; in this episode, producers hope to clear up misconceptions about the condition.

Jimmy Korpai, holding his son Hudson, answers a question during an interview while standing next to his wife Darlene, holding their daughter Hailey, in front of their home in the Town of Crawford on Thursday, Aug. 18, 2011. The Extreme Makeover: Home Edition show, with the help of volunteers, will be tearing down the Torpais home and constructing a new one.

As the “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” crew got to work on Day Two in the Town of Crawford, Ben Stolte carries designer Jillian Harris past star Ty Pennington during filming. Stolte is the show's assistant location manager. The “Extreme Makeover” team reduced Jimmy and Darlene Korpai's old house to a pile of rubble in about 30 minutes.

Associate producer Arinze Ikemefuna helps volunteer Mari Fandl of Middletown with her robot costume.

Kevin Bruyn of the Pine Bush Fire Department lights a line of fire behind the "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" bus for a scene on Petticoate Lane in the Town of Crawford on Friday.