Max Motors’ ace salesman, “Cowboy” Matt Harvey is in trouble with the law and turns to Mark for help. Meanwhile, Mancow learns how to do business in Butler the hard way when he spends a day out with the repo team.
Take a look at the earliest restaurant automats and the latest coin-operated contraptions that dispense everything from hot kosher meals to fresh lobster!
Explore the history of movie theater food, from the silent film era to today's deluxe cinemas, where four-star meals are brought right to your seat.
Mancow bets Mark that a "Midnight Madness" sale will generate a ton of business for Max Motors. Meanwhile Jason, Mark's new personal assistant, attempts to deal with being "the new guy" at work.
Explore the history of stuffing and how lots of ordinary foods, from turkeys to baked potatoes, become delicious delicacies when stuffed.
When the rodeo comes to Butler, Mark is caught under-staffed during the busiest weekend of the year, forcing him to recruit his wife Amy and their three sons to work the dealership. Meanwhile, Erich butts heads with the local radio station when he brings his big-city shock-jock radio show to small-town Butler.
It's food to the max: from heart-stopping, high-calorie burgers to freshly grilled animals that would gladly eat you if you didn't eat them first.
Mark and the Max Motors crew are gearing up for a big reveal on the lot, but Mark's having a hard time with "Cowboy" Matt Harvey and must teach him a lesson. Meanwhile, Erich has been given the responsibility of acquiring fireworks for Max Motors' big reveal. Not knowing where to begin, Erich recruits Rod to be his fireworks liaison to Butler.
Do you know the difference between a hot dog and a sausage? Link into the many ways ground meat can be stuffed into casings.
Explore the science of why everything tastes better fried, from the deep-fried confections of the Louisiana State Fair to batter-dipped oddities from all across America.
From the original burger to the grandest grilled cheese, take a look at some of America's favorite sandwiches.
It's the kind of food guys like best. Step into the world of wings, burgers, nachos and other tasty munchables known as “dude food.”
From donuts and cereal to bacon and eggs, find out what makes breakfast the most important meal of the day.
From custom-made ice cream to the world's largest chocolate pyramid, find out why we love sweets so much.
Who makes the best cheese steak in Philly or the most authentic clam chowder? Find out where you stand in America's greatest ongoing food rivalries.
Zach talks travel with Egon Kafka to uncover the history of the words "cab" and "caboose."
What does it mean to "sow your wild oats"? Zach joins relationship expert Lauren Frances to find out.
Etiquette expert Daniel Senning explains the history of the term "spinster."
Zach and business expert James Owens explore why people use the term “hang out.”
Zach digs up the strange history of Blue Laws.
Historian Roger McGrath helps Zach uncover the origins of the word “hobby.”
Zach heads to the Lomita Train Museum to figure out why we say that something “makes the grade.”
Zach reveals the history of the word “chaperone.”
Will Trubridge is a free-diver who claims he can dive under water deeper than any other human with no mechanical assistance.
Bart comes in to sell a World War II carrier pigeon capsule.
Doug wants to sell a Stretch Armstrong toy in mint condition.
Joel King rides a powered skateboard faster than a car, but with no brakes or steering, the smallest mistake could prove fatal.
In this scene, Art and Joey maneuver a rig out of a thick snowbank on Ricochet Hill.
Congressman John Lewis, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, writer
Taylor Branch and others explore the impact of the 1964 Civil Rights Act
on American society and throughout the world. The video
is included in the Library of Congress Exhibition “The Civil Rights Act of
1964: A Long Struggle for Freedom”
The guys are in rock and roll heaven when they visit Travis, a former roadie. Mike is skeptical at first but later sinks his teeth into a Hank Williams Jr. jacket for $100.
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