On an all-new episode of Burger Land, burger aficionado George Motz explores Tennessee – from Memphis to Nashville – to taste the burgers that make this Southern state proud.
Pride is an understatement when it comes to the deep-fried burgers of Dyer’s in Memphis. One of the oldest burger joints in the country, Dyer’s credits their delicious patties to their 100-year-old grease. In fact, when the restaurant moved to its current Beale Street location, a police escort brought the grease to its new home.
Tonight at 9|8c, watch as George dives into this burger and more on Burger Land! Want to know where to get these delicious burgers? Check out our Tennessee Travel Guide for all the details!
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Bret and his team are back with another edition of Rock My RV, and this week they’re taking Bob Harris and his son Johnny’s dilapidated 1980s ambulance and turning it into the ultimate Big Foot Hunter, complete with fabricated bumpers, digital camouflage and a state-of-the-art thermal imaging system.
Luckily for Johnny, Bob asked just the right person to equip this off-roader with the means to track and find humanity’s camera-shy distant relative in the woods.
“Having spent much of his adult life riding around in RVs and doing all sorts of rock ‘n’ roll things inside them, Bret Michaels was a natural to host the Travel Channel series, Rock My RV.” -The New York Times Sunday Magazine
Will Bret be able to deliver on his promise and give this father/son duo everything they could ever need to track down the elusive Big Foot? Find out on an all-new episode, tonight at 9|8c.
Plus, check out these exclusive, before-and-after photos from Big Foot Hunter.
On the season finale of Trip Flip, Bret surprises Californians David and Mike with the ultimate, all-expenses-paid dream vacation to the Windy City of Chicago.
In this amazing, tailor-made guys’ getaway, David and Mike see a side of Chicago that most people will never have the opportunity to experience. Bert kicks the trip off with an introduction to the latest craze in water sports: Flyboarding on Lake Michigan. After propelling themselves 20 feet into the air using high-powered water jet streams, it’s on to the edgier side of Chicago to see the gangster hotspots of the ‘20s and ‘30s on a mobster tour. And that’s just the first part of day 1!
To find out what other exciting adventures David and Mike were lucky enough to experience, tune in for an all-new episode, tonight at 8|7c.
Plus, don’t miss these exclusive, behind-the-scenes photos from our Chicago Trip Flip.
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