Creators and Guests

Chad Greenway
Host
Chad Greenway
Chad Greenway spent his entire 11-year career with the Minnesota Vikings and as a former player, he now visits the show regularly to share his persepctives on the Vikings and the high school sports scene in Minnesota.
Appears in 13 episodes
Jake Weber
Host
Jake Weber
Jake started his love for radio at age 14. It was a risk to leave the lucrative world of shoe making in a large Fargo North Dakota warehouse, but he was ready for more! Years later he is still trying to break through that German/Norwegian radio glass ceiling. Often considered the real “talent” on the show, Jake keeps Bower hydrated daily with lots of refreshments in the studio.
Appears in 340 episodes
Kris Atteberry
Host
Kris Atteberry
Kris Atteberry is an American baseball broadcaster. He joined John Gordon and Dan Gladden as the pre- and post-game host and backup play-by-play broadcaster for the Minnesota Twins Radio Network in 200
Appears in 30 episodes
Michael Bower
Host
Michael Bower
At a very early age, Bower realized that he is different from girls. He took that knowledge and a book of timeless Hickory Dickory Dock stories and embarked on what some would call a truly above average career for a person of his height. Often considered the real “talent” on the show, Bower has a lot of yummy mints in his pocket at all times.
Appears in 340 episodes
Paul Trambley
Host
Paul Trambley
Ingstad Minnesota Radio Network Chief Meteorologist Paul Trombley keeps Jake and Bower updated daily on current and futire weather conditions moving across teh state of Minnesota.
Appears in 13 episodes
Adam Carolla
Guest
Adam Carolla
Adam Carolla was born in Los Angeles but raised in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and later North Hollywood. His mother was a recipient of welfare with a degree in Chicano studies, his dad was a psychologist, and he got where he is today, he says, in spite of them. After Adam graduated from North Hollywood High School, he spent a very short time in junior college. After dropping out, he worked a memorable stint as a carpet cleaner. Later in life, Adam worked as a skilled carpenter/builder, becoming a boxing trainer in his free time. Adam's early studies in entertainment were with The Groundlings, an improv group, which has produced a number of other famous comedic personalities. When Jimmy Kimmel was challenged to a boxing match at L.A. radio station KROQ in 1994, Adam was his trainer. Jimmy helped Adam get a job on KROQ's "Kevin and Bean Morning Show." It was on KROQ that Dr. Drew (Drew Pinsky, the original and current host of the Loveline radio show) heard Adam and liked his style. In 1995, Drew gave Adam the job of co-hosting Loveline on the radio. It was at this time that Loveline became syndicated nationally in the USA. In 1996, Loveline (1996), along with Adam and Drew, came to television on MTV. It was a popular late-night, hour-long show, which Adam and Drew co-hosted variously with Diane Farr, Catherine McCord, Laura Kightlinger, and Kris McGaha. The MTV show ran for over four years, ending in 2000, finally bowing out after what is regarded as a very successful run by MTV standards. Adam and Dr. Drew continued to co-host Loveline nightly on a syndicated national radio network, often joined on-air by celebrity guests, until 2005, when Adam left the show. Adam also writes for and occasionally guests on Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2003). Having created and worked on The Man Show (1999) and Crank Yankers (2002) with Jimmy and Daniel Kellison, Adam is putting his talents to use on more comedic ventures.
Appears in 1 episode
Alan Barinholtz
Guest
Alan Barinholtz
According to Alan's bio on his company website, Alan did his undergrad at The Ohio State University (where he studied theater) and got his law degree from Loyola University of Chicago in 1980. He primarily worked as a litigator and worked not only in personal injury law but also in professional malpractice, contract disputes, civil rights cases, and class action suits. Ike praised his dad right before the show premiered in April, writing on Instagram, "Omg I just watched #juryduty on @amazonfreevee starring @james_marsden and Hollywood ingenue #alanbarinholtz 😆This show is hilarious and I'm not just saying that because my father is the judge. Watch it!!!" Ike has also shared other photos of his dad on social media, including this photo from Father's Day 2019. Alan also opened up about his time on the show on an April 7 episode of iHeart's "Later, With Mo'Kelly." "Everybody said that Ike or Jon put their thumb on the scale," Alan said about his status as a nepo dad, but he wanted to clear things up. He was coming out to LA for Thanksgiving, and the trio had mutual friends who Alan had done some legal work for before. He added that sometimes when Ike and Jon do improv in Chicago, he'll join them on stage, so he wasn't a total newbie to the comedy game.
Appears in 1 episode
Barbara Corcoran
Guest
Barbara Corcoran
Barbara Corcoran's credits include straight D's in high school and college, and 20 jobs by the time she turned 23. It was her next job that would make her one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the country: She borrowed $1,000 and quit her job as a waitress to start a tiny real estate company in New York City. Over the next 25 years, she would parlay that $1,000 loan into a $5 billion real estate business, building the largest and best-known brand in the business. Corcoran is the author of the bestseller "Shark Tales: How I Turned $1,000 into a Billion Dollar Business" and host of top podcast "Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran".
Appears in 1 episode
Billy Gardell
Guest
Billy Gardell
Billy Gardell played Chicago police officer Mike Biggs on Mike & Molly. He also had a recurring role as Billy Colivida on Yes, Dear and appeared in a dozen episodes of My Name Is Earl as a police officer.
Appears in 1 episode
Brandi Passante
Guest
Brandi Passante
“Storage Wars” returns to bidding, buying and selling for a new season of wild auction battles in California. Iconic auctioneers Dan and Laura Dotson once again lead our buyers through unit after unit filled with all kinds of surprises. As for the buyers, Brandi Passante has focused her attention on home staging and storage lockers have a way of offering her all kinds of furniture and knick-knacks. Darrell Sheets is lured out of a cozy retirement, being simply unable to resist the pull of auctions. Ivy Calvin has added his son to the family business, bringing along Ivy Jr with him to increase his chances of success. Rene Nezhoda finds himself re-arranging his business, potentially moving his storefront to a location closer to the other buyers. And let’s not forget Kenny Crossley, who’s still trying to get the hang of buying treasure-filled units (without having to spend a fortune), all while keeping everyone in stitches. Perhaps the biggest development this season is the long-anticipated return of Barry Weiss. Adopting a strict new buying regimen and working with an internationally-recognized bidding coach, Barry is intent on getting back in the game and playing for keeps this time.
Appears in 1 episode
Burt Ward
Guest
Burt Ward
Burt had all the makings of a true Boy Wonder: At the age of two, Burt was featured as the world's youngest professional ice skater in "Strange As It Seems," a predecessor to Ripley's "Believe It Or Not" and to "The Guinness Book Of World Records." As a teenager, Burt was an all-around athlete, strong in martial arts, wrestling, track, tennis and golf, and combined with a sharp intellect, played “first board” in chess for Beverly Hills High School, achieved placement in the top 3% in the U.S. in math and science tests at UCLA, and became the world’s fastest reader – Burt tested before the American Medical Society in Beverly Hills, California and was clocked at 30,000 words per minute with 90% comprehension (the average reader reads 240 words per minute with 40% comprehension). Burt was featured in an article entitled, “Will the Real Boy Wonder Please Stand Up” and subsequently appeared on the national television educational reading show “Read Right.”
Appears in 1 episode
Dane Cook
Guest
Dane Cook
Dane Cook is an American standup comedian and film actor. As a standup comedian, he has a distinct style which can be likened to long-form story telling interspersed with multi meaning phrases, all delivered with a casual attitude. He credits his parents for his humorous side, inheriting from them eloquence and the ability to talk convincingly on anything.
Appears in 1 episode
Diego Osorio
Guest
Diego Osorio
Diego Osorio actor, documentarian, and Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Lobos 1707. Diego has a family history in the tequila biz. Names like LeBron, DiCaprio, Adele, Tobey Maguire are a few of the celebrities that support his brand.
Appears in 1 episode
Dr. Mike Heithaus
Guest
Dr. Mike Heithaus
Dr. Mike Heithaus – Marine Biologist, NGS Explorer: the executive dean of the College of Arts, Sciences & Education (CASE) and professor in the department of biological sciences at Florida International University (FIU)
Appears in 1 episode
Fritz Coleman
Guest
Fritz Coleman
For nearly four decades, Los Angelenos came to know and love Fritz Coleman through his gig as the weather reporter on KNBC, where his affable demeanor (honed in his early years of stand-up comedy) made him a staple of local news.
Appears in 1 episode
Greg Skomal
Guest
Greg Skomal
Skomal, a shark biologist, shares his story of becoming a leading expert on great white sharks while chronicling the beginnings of groundbreaking research with meticulous detail. Starting with a 2012 great white shark attack on Cape Cod and a fatal shark attack in the same region just six years later—the first such attacks in nearly eighty years—CHASING SHADOWS also highlights how America's once carefree seaside getaway turned into a place where beachside billboards warn swimmers of dangerous sharks lurking just below the surface.
Appears in 1 episode
Harold Perrineau
Guest
Harold Perrineau
Harold Perrineau is an American actor best known for his roles as Michael Dawson on the television series Lost (2004-2008; 2010), Augustus Hill in the television series Oz (1997-2003), Link in The Matrix franchise (2003), and Mercutio in Baz Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet (1996). He has also starred in the films Woman on Top (2000), Smoke (1995), The Edge (1997), The Best Man (1999), 28 Weeks Later (2007), and Zero Dark Thirty (2012). His other television credits include Sons of Anarchy (2012), Constantine (2014-2015), Claws (2017-2022), and The Rookie (2019-2021). He was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male for his performance in the hit indie film Smoke.
Appears in 1 episode
Janine Turner
Guest
Janine Turner
You know Janine as the star of the long-running popular series Northern Exposure and from films such as Cliffhanger. She has a new book, The Pivot Principal, a selection of essays illustrating her transformation from desperation and despair into joy – all from her personal experiences. And she is the founder of Constituting America and has given over 500 lectures on the United States Constitution across the country. She educates our nation’s citizens on the elements of our Constitution and what it can and should do for all of us. Here is a link to her organization: https://constitutingamerica.org/
Appears in 1 episode
Jermaine Fowler
Guest
Jermaine Fowler
Jermaine Fowler. ..Best known for his role as King Akeem Joffer's long-lost son Lavelle Junson in the 2021 romantic comedy film Coming 2 America and Franco Wicks on the CBS sitcom television series Superior Donuts. He stars in the movie "The Blacening" - Seven friends go away for the weekend, only to find themselves trapped in a cabin with a killer who has a vendetta. They must pit their street smarts and knowledge of horror movies against the murderer to stay alive.
Appears in 1 episode
Joe Gatto
Guest
Joe Gatto
Joe Gatto was born in Staten Island, New York City, New York, USA. He is a producer and actor, known for Impractical Jokers (2011), The Misery Index (2019) and Impractical Jokers: The Movie (2020). He was previously married to Bessy Gatto.
Appears in 1 episode
Joe Mantegna
Guest
Joe Mantegna
Chicago native Joe Mantegna has a strong background in both theater and film. After making his Broadway debut in Stephen Schwartz's musical of Studs Terkel's Working, Joe was awarded the Tony and Joseph Jefferson Award for his acclaimed performance as cynical real-estate agent Richard Roma in David Mamet's Pulitzer Prize-winning play Glengarry Glen Ross.
Appears in 1 episode
Jon Taffer
Guest
Jon Taffer
Most people know Jon Taffer as a larger-than-life television personality who takes a no-holdsbarred approach to helping hotels, restaurants, bars and businesses reach their full potential. He is also an international celebrity, New York Times best-selling author, highly sought-after hospitality and general business consultant and creator, and is the creator, executive producer and star of Paramount Network’s number-one show, Bar Rescue.
Appears in 1 episode
Lisa Loeb
Guest
Lisa Loeb
"Lisa Loeb ...singer-songwriter, musician, author and actress. She started her career with ""Stay"" from the film Reality Bites, the first Billboard number one single for an artist without a recording contract. She achieved two additional top 20 singles with ""Do You Sleep?"" in 1996 and ""I Do"" in 1998 ...and Seggie Isho from Straight No Chaser. ..Seggie Isho a member of Straight No Chaser. He joined the professional group in 2009, following Mike Itkoff's departure from the group. Seggie sings baritone, as well as providing vocal percussion in many songs."
Appears in 1 episode
Maren Morris
Guest
Maren Morris
Maren Morris is one of the leading voices in music today, a powerhouse armed with incredible vocal stylings and songwriting chops, sheer talent and an undeniable presence. In addition to a Grammy win and seventeen nominations, Maren has won five ACM Awards, five CMA Awards, three Billboard Music Awards, with several additional wins and nominations. She has also broken streaming records, performed on late night TV multiple times, guest-hosted “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and toured the world over, selling out iconic venues across the globe. She has released three critically acclaimed albums—HERO from 2016, GIRL from 2019 and Humble Quest from 2022—and her hit collaboration, “The Middle,” with Zedd from 2018 is six times Platinum-certified. Most recently, she unveiled a new EP, The Bridge, featuring two new tracks “The Tree” and “Get the Hell Out of Here.”
Appears in 1 episode
Mark Pfeifel
Guest
Mark Pfeifel
"Mark Pfeifle founded Off the Record Strategies in 2011. He assists governments, corporations, universities and non-profit groups in building long-term relationships by providing superior service and innovative problem solving. Pfeifle was deputy national security advisor for strategic communication and global outreach at the White House from 2007 to 2009. Mark was interagency coordinator for national security and communication implementation, leading the successful effort to promote the “surge” of U.S. forces into Iraq in 2007 and initiatives to de-legitimize al Qaeda and advocating for freedom, liberty and human rights. In the private sector, Mark led initiatives to make communities safer after the 2020 killing of George Floyd with jail reform initiatives in a dozen communities, successful crisis strategy to build the DAPL oil pipeline in 2015, for the U.S. Space Command’s X-37 spaceplane, for law enforcement during COVID-19 for the U.S. Justice Department’s COPS Office, sensitive missions for the U.S. State Department, to prepare local communities for potential improvised explosive attacks with U.S. Homeland Security Department’s S&T Human Factor Division, and to fight terrorism with U.S. Central Command. He leads media training and crisis management training seminars for foreign governments, the U.S. Marine Corps and local and national law enforcement offices and associations and nonprofit and corporate executives. Mark appears on national networks including CBS News, BBC, MSNBC, Al Jazeera, CNN and Fox News. His commentaries are read in TIME, Wall Street Journal, Foreign Policy and Christian Science Monitor."
Appears in 1 episode
Mark Walberg
Guest
Mark Walberg
Mark L. Walberg returns as host of “Temptation Island.” “Temptation Island” and new dating show “The Big D” are part of USA’s Wednesday night Hump Day programming line-up.   Passion, drama, and a roller coaster of emotions ensues as four new couples, including the first ever engaged couple, head to Kona, Hawaii to put their love to the test.  With all the couples at a critical point in their relationships, the pressure heats up as they are joined by 16 sexy single men and women looking to find everlasting love. Each couple must decide whether to commit to a lifetime together or if they will ultimately give in to the temptation from the singles looking to find “the one.”
Appears in 1 episode
Martin Kove
Guest
Martin Kove
Martin Kove is one of the three leads of Cobra Kai; Karate Kid …along with his son Jesse Nova. Martin is best known for his role as John Kreese, the main antagonist of The Karate Kid. He reprised the role in The Karate Kid Part II, The Karate Kid Part III, and the television series Cobra Kai.
Appears in 1 episode
Matthew Lillard
Guest
Matthew Lillard
Matthew Lillard's early film work includes Chip Sutphin in Serial Mom, Emmanuel "Cereal Killer" Goldstein in Hackers, Stu Macher in Scream, Stevo in SLC Punk!, Brock Hudson in She's All That, Dennis Rafkin in Thirteen Ghosts, and Jerry Conlaine in Without a Paddle. He played Shaggy Rogers in Scooby-Doo and its sequel Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, and in animation, he has been the voice of Shaggy since Casey Kasem retired from the role in 2009. While much of his work is comedic in nature, Lillard has also given dramatic performances in films such as The Descendants, Trouble with the Curve, Match, and Twin Peaks: The Return. Lillard also starred as Dean Boland in the television series Good Girls. He made his directorial debut with the coming-of-age drama Fat Kid Rules the World. He will star in the upcoming film adaptation of Five Nights at Freddy's, set for release in 2023.
Appears in 1 episode
Nick Wehry
Guest
Nick Wehry
NAMED MAJOR LEAGUE EATINGS “FASTEST RISING STAR” BY EMCEE GEORGE SHEA, NICK STORMED ONTO THE PROFESSIONAL COMPETITIVE EATING SCENE IN 2017. NICK’S DEBUT PERFORMANCE AT THE WHITE HUT WORLD CHEESBURG EATING CHAMPIONSHIP WAS HEAD-TURNING, NOT JUST BECAUSE HE PLACED BEHIND JUST FOUR WORLD CLASS COMPETITORS (INCLUDING JOEY CHESTNUT), BUT ALSO BECAUSE HE WAS COMPETING FOR FUN, WITHOUT PREPARATION, AND MERE WEEKS AFTER COMPETING IN BODYBUILDING’S NPC GARDEN STATES. WEHRY FOLLOWED THIS COMMANDING PERFORMANCE WITH ONE OF THE HIGHEST QUALIFIER TOTALS FOR NATHAN’S, AS WELL AS A TOP 10 FINISH IN CONEY ISLAND IN HIS FIRST YEAR AT THE FINAL’S TABLE. HE’S FOLLOWED THIS WITH TWO 3RD AND MOST RECENTLY A 4TH PLACE PERFORMANCE AT THE NATHAN’S TABLE TO GO ALONG WITH A SHORT FORM HARD BOILED EGG EATING RECORD. IN 2023 NICK NOTCHED A VICTORY AND NEW WORLD RECORD AT THE GET CRACKIN’ WONDERFUL PISTACHIOS EATING CHAMPIONSHIP WITH 188 IN 8 MINUTES FOLLOWED THE NEXT WEEK WITH A SECOND VICTORY WITH 173 CHICKEN WINGS IN 10 MINUTES AT THE WINGS FOR WISHES WING EATING CHAMPIONSHIP! MANY MARVEL AT NICK’S PHYSIQUE, BUT HE SIMPLY CLAIMS TO BE MAINTAINING HIS “DADBOD LEFTOVERS” FROM HIS COMPETITIVE DAYS!
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Poppy Harlow
Guest
Poppy Harlow
Harlow joined CNN in 2008 after serving as an anchor for the Forbes Video Network and previously an anchor and reporter for NY1 News. Born and raised in Minnesota, Harlow graduated Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa with a bachelor's degree in Political Science from Columbia University. She holds a Masters in Studies of Law from Yale Law School and has also studied at King's College London.
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Rudy Pankow
Guest
Rudy Pankow
Rudy is one of the fan-favorite co-stars of The Outer Banks, one of Netflix’s most popular shows. He’s currently shooting Season 4 of The Outer Banks in South Carolina. While this is Rudy’s first starring role, he’s about to blow up with roles in upcoming movies like Chocolate Lizards (starring Thomas Haden Church, Carrie-Anne Moss and Bruce Dern) and he’s a great interview!
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Sherry Cola
Guest
Sherry Cola
Comedian, actress, writer and prodigious talent Sherry Cola has emerged over the last couple of years as a rising star in the entertainment industry. Named a “Fresh Face” at the world-renowned Laugh Factory, “One to Watch” in 2019 by People magazine and “11 Asian American Comics Who Need To Be On Your 2020 Radar” by Entertainment Weekly, Cola has shown creative expertise in diverse roles, from scripted drama and comedy to hilarious, original stand-up sets on stage.
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Steve Guttenberg
Guest
Steve Guttenberg
Steve Guttenberg was born on August 24, 1958 to Ann Newman and Stanley Guttenberg in Boropark, Brooklyn.The family moved from Brooklyn, to Queens, and then to N. Massapequa, where Steve graduated Plainedge High School in 1976. He studied acting both on Long Island and in N.Y.City, moving to L.A. to pursue a film career. His work has ranged from broad comedy to suspense and drama, including number one box office hits and The AFI's chosen 100. Guttenberg made his acting debut in The Boys From Brazil with Laurence Olivier and Gregory Peck. From that recognition, he attracted a variety of leading roles including the film classic Diner(1983), which was chosen by Vanity Fair as the Best Film of the Last Thirty Years, and the broad comedy, Police Academy(1984) which continues to be one of the highest earning film franchises ever. in 1985 Guttenberg's fame increased with Cocoon, a life affirming film of the highest order. The science fiction genre continued with Short Circuit(1986), John Badham's ground breaking artificial intelligence film. Steve worked opposite Isabelle Hupert in Curtis Hansen's Bedroom Window(1986), the heralded Hitchcockian thriller, In 1987, Disney released Three Men and a Baby, Leonard Nimoys popular movie about bachelors raising a child. The film went on to announce itself as the number one grossing film of the year ,and provided a successful sequel. On the legitimate stage, Guttenberg appeared in The Boys Next Door(1993) in London's West End, Prelude to a Kiss (1995) on Broadway, and Furthest From The Sun (2000) at the june Lune Theatre in Minneapolis animist recently playing Henry Percy in (20150 The Hudson Warehouse Theatre's production of Henry IV. He has produced an Emmy nominated television special, Gangs, performed in the original Miracle On Ice, and also ABC's The Day After, still one of the most watched television events of this century. Steve has written The Guttenberg Bible, a comedic account of his first ten years in the film industry, and The Kids from DISCO, a superhero children's book relating a story about his nieces and nephews. He guested on Veronica Mars, Party Down, Community and Law and Order,(as every N.Y. actor should). Guttenberg has the record for most original films to go to franchises in film history, and appearing in the most films in The Screen Actors Guild from 1980-1990 tying Gene Hackman. He received a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and continues to learn and study his beloved craft. In 2016 Emily Smith and he became happily engaged.
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Sunny Anderson
Guest
Sunny Anderson
While Sunny grew up traveling the world as an Army brat, her parents always encouraged her to indulge in the local cuisine. When she joined the Air Force as a radio broadcaster and journalist, she continued her trek through the world for news stories while indulging in culinary finds along the way. After leaving the Air Force as an award-winning broadcaster, she continued her travels as a radio DJ in many cities, culminating in her dream job in New York at a No. 1 rated radio station. There, she began cooking for her friends in the entertainment business and turned her hobby and growing client list into a catering company. That led to a guest appearance on Food Network’s Emeril Live! in 2005, and shortly after, she left her radio career and closed her catering business to focus on chasing yet another dream: sharing her recipes with the Food Network audience. Her first show, Gotta Get It, a food gadget show, premiered in 2007, followed by Cooking for Real, How'd That Get On My Plate and Home Made in America with Sunny Anderson. She's currently a co-host on The Kitchen. Her cooking style combines classic comfort foods along with unique flavors inspired by her many travels. With an understanding of everyday life and the belief that real people deserve down-to-earth, delicious meals, Sunny offers real food for real life. In September 2013, she released her New York Times best-selling debut cookbook, Sunny’s Kitchen: Easy Food for Real Life (Clarkson Potter). Sunny lives in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, with her rescue pets.
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Taylor Handley
Guest
Taylor Handley
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The Elevator Boys
Guest
The Elevator Boys
These five dashing and charismatic friends from Berlin - Jacob Rott, Bene Schulz, Tim Schaecker, Julien Brown, and Luis Freitag have gained international fame, collaborating on social media with the likes of Heidi Klum, Brad Pitt, Chris Pine and Hugh Grant. As fashion week fixtures in New York, Milan and Paris, they’ve graced shows from Ferragamo to Valentino, and recently appeared on “Germany’s Next Top Model.”
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Todd Hoffman
Guest
Todd Hoffman
Four years after leaving Gold Rush Todd Hoffman has been given an opportunity too good to pass up. Will he strike it big? Or walk away penniless? Keep reading to learn more about the Hoffman's return on Discovery and Discovery+.
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