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In this new episode of Tailgating with Kato, Kato starts the show with jokes cracking left and right. Then he shows a video clip of national anthem. Kato then proceeds to introduce the guest of the show, one of the best stunt man in the business, Eddie Braun. Eddie Braun is known for his work on The Avengers (2012), Two and a Half Men (2003) and Transformers (2007). Eddie talks about his experience when he met the legendary Evel Knievel at the age of 9.
Eddie Braun talks about the detrimental experiences and dangers as a stunt man in this segment of Tailgating with Kato. He express his feeling about the countless visits to the emergency rooms, damaged nerves, scars, and fractured bones. Then Kato plays a few video on some of the accidents Eddie have gone through.
In this segment of Tailgating with Kato, Eddie Braun shares his story of acting as a double for the lead actor in an Academy Award film, The Artist, and the great time he shared with an animal actor, a dog, who he spent most time with. Then Kato shows a video clip of an extremely talented stunt cat opening a refrigerator. Several guests are tested for the cinnamon powder test as they flood the studio, and as they scream for water.
Eddie braun offers one hundred dollars for the boy who is about to face his luck on the cinnamon powder test in this segment of Tailgating with Kato. There are vomits on the floor, and Eddie perspective towards cinnamon is forever changed. Kato and Eddie talks about Chris O'Hara, stunt coordinator for the Taurus Award winner, and Eddie’s experience working with him. Eddie also talks about his stunt experience working with Charlie Sheen. Then Kato shares some of the most amazing baseball moment video clips on the screen.
Kato continues with his baseball obsession in this segment of Tailgating with Kato. He show a video clip of a man who catches a baseball with his beer cup. Kato suggests he and Eddie braun takes the cinnamon powder challenge to the streets of Beverly Hills. Kato finds a beautiful young blond on the street for a cinnamon powder challenge. The poor girl falls for the challenge after Eddie offers her a hundred dollar bill. Will she be able to walk away with that money?
Show crew Terry and Cameron are being called wimps, and Kato plays a country song for his dear friend, Eddie braun, in this very last segment of Tailgating with Kato. Kato and Eddie watch a video clip of a classic movie, The Fall Guy, where Eddie has also been a part of. Then Eddie shares a stunt that he did which mimicked a YouTube video that went viral. Kato wraps up the show by sharing about an elevation, self-protection, and dialing of 911.
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Opening up this episode of “Tailgating with Kato,” Kato begins with his hilarious monologue with topics like the Kardashians and the release of “The Avengers.” He jokes about superheroes, and afterwards he played the latest memorable National Anthem clip. Kato introduces his first guest, comedian Beth Lapides, and they begin to talk about her comedy show.
Kato introduces his next guest, the lovely Pamela Jean Noble, on this segment of “Tailgating with Kato.” Pamela talks about her fight against Chris Fairbanks, and how she put him into a rear naked choke hold. Kato explains to guest Beth Lapides what an arm bar is, and Fabiano Iha stops by and explains in more detail the move. Pamela puts Fabiano in a choke hold, and he goes step by step on how someone can break out of that move, and how he can put the fighter in an arm bar. Kato takes his first call from Bob, and he asks Pamela a question about her fight with Chris.
In this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” Kato asks Beth Lapides if she is into sports, and he talks about how it’s a great time for the sports teams in Los Angeles. Kato takes another call from Keith and he asks Kato a question about the Clippers vs the Spurs. Fabiano Iha weighs in a comment from Keith, and Kato switches the topic to Beth’s comedy show.
Kato opens up this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” with a caller talking about being bitten by a spider at the Dodger Stadium. Kato is baffled by Beth because she has never been to a Dodger’s game, and his friend Terry comes in to talk about being bitten by the recluse spider. Kato talks about Rampage Jackson in the move the “A-Team,” and Fabiano Iha addresses the misconceptions of MMA fighting.
Kato opens up this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” by discussing about the upcoming MMA fights in California. Fabiano Iha explains how the venues are set up, and the jiu-jitsu tournament that Nick Diaz backed out of. Kato takes another caller from Tony, and he asks what hurts the most in a fight. Kato talks about how painful being hit by a bean ball is, and he talks about how Cole Hamels was just suspended for five games in baseball for purposely throwing a ball at the batter’s back. He rolls several bean ball clips, and Kato also plays a baseball clip where the players are dancing on the field.
In this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” Kato and his guests, Beth Lapides and Pamela Jean Noble, hit the streets of Beverly Hills to ask sports trivia questions. Kato waves to a lady that is demonstrating a shaker across the street, and Kato finally gets a person to answer some of his questions. Kato asks several people to spin on basketball on their fingers, and the results are mixed from amazing to hilarious. Kato and his guests go back to the studio, and they wrap up the show.
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Opening up this episode of “Tailgating with Kato,” Kato begins with his hilarious monologue with topics like the presidential election. He jokes about President Obama and his opponent Mitt Romney. Kato brings out the Jell-O shots and they all toast to the election. He plays another memorable National Anthem clip. Afterwards, Kato introduces his first guest Brian Olea, who is the radio personality for “Playboy Radio.” Kato’s next guest is the manager of the Playboy Mansion West, Hank Fawcett.
The beautiful Linda Hogan also stops by in this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” and Kato introduces his next guest Bodhi Lavey. She explains to Kato how to correctly pronounce his name, and she tells Kato that she is not really into sports. Chef William Bloxsom -Carter also joins the show, and Kato asks the executive chef the menu of the Super bowl parties at the Playboy mansion. Kato goes into the latest news about Manny Pacquiao’s comments about homosexual marriage. Linda Hogan talks about being misquoted in the news, and how you have to be very careful with your words.
Brian Olea opens up this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” by talking about a person’s right to express their opinions, and he defends Manny Pacquiao’s comments, because of the fact that reporters do tend to twist people’s words. Linda Hogan talks about her experiences with dating a younger man, and getting a lot of flak for it. Switching up the discussion, Chef William Bloxsom – Carter talks about packing food for Hugh Hefner even if he goes to a high-end restaurant. Chef Bloxsom – Carter talks about Hefner’s favorite foods, and Kato asks Linda about the double standard of older woman dating younger men, compared to Hefner dating younger women.
Kato opens up this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” with his popular segment of Fairy-tailing with Kato. He asks Brian Olea about a true fairy tale with the playboy photographer, and guest Bodhi Lavey’s talks about her fairy tale, about meeting Brian and the swingers at the playboy mansion. After Kato asks Linda Hogan about her fairy tale, Linda talks about being single and being surrounded by thirty pool boys. She talks about hockey being her sport of choice, and her desire of wanting to go to the mansion.
Kato opens up this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” by asking his guests to come out with him to the streets of Beverly Hills to give out free dinners. Kato asks several people a couple of questions on sports. Linda Hogan jokes around with Kato, as they ask people to participate in their trivia game.
Kato and his guests go back into the studio of “Tailgating with Kato,” and Kato asks Linda about her ex-husband Hulk Hogan. They talk about the correlation between violence and steroids, and she talks about domestic violence. Bodhi Lavey talks about her advice column, and Kato shows his clip of the day. Afterwards, Kato wraps up the show with his Lessons on Life segment.
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Opening up this episode of “Tailgating with Kato,” Kato begins with his hilarious monologue with topics like the Dodger’s 50th anniversary in Los Angeles. He also talks about his six year anniversary with his girlfriend. He plays another memorable National Anthem clip, and he introduces his first guest, comedian Tom Mabe. Kato takes his first caller, and they talk about the Lakers game.
In this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” comedian Tom Mabe and Kato talk about racer, Dale Earnhart Jr. They talk about the endorsement deal, he has to make his race car into a Batman paint scheme. Kato plays a hilarious video by Tom Mabe, and they talk about that particular bit and how long it took to shoot that video. Kato talks about people being bean balled in baseball, and they discuss about how much fun going to a baseball is.
Comedian Tom Mabe is back on this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” and Kato plays a clip of Tom’s version of “Field of Dreams.” Kato talks about yesterday’s baseball game with the Giants, where four people were arrested after beating up a man. The topics switches slightly to the time when Tom met former baseball player, Dale Murphy, with a picture from his phone. Kato plays a clip of a fan catching a baseball, and Tom talks about his master’s degree in Native American history.
Felipe Rose skypes into the show to talk with Kato and Tom Mabe, in this segment of “Tailgating with Kato.” Felipe Rose is famous for his role in the 70’s disco group, the Village People, and he jokes around with Kato that he only agreed to do the interview because he was promised Kato would be in his underwear. Felipe talks about performing at the Long Beach Pride with Queen Latifah. Felipe and Tom Mabe sings a version of YMCA for Kato. Felipe recalls several memories about Donna Summer and Dick Clark.
Kato makes Felipe Rose promise to come on the show when he is in the Los Angeles, and Felipe tells Kato to check out his youtube for his music video, “Trail of Tears.” Kato asks Felipe what is his favorite baseball game, and they talk about his Native American call. Kato plays his video, and they dance in the studio. Tom Mabe talks about going to an auction.
Kato and his guests hit the streets of Beverly Hills, in this segment of “Tailgating with Kato.” Kato throws his football to Tom Mabe’s friend, and they ask several sports trivia questions to a beautiful woman. After answering the questions, Kato throws the football to Susan, and she catches it in an amazing fashion. Kato and Tom go back into the studio and they wrap up the show with Lessons on Life.
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Kato opens up this episode of “Tailgating with Kato,” with a hilarious monologue about a second job as a beer rep and Costco samples. Kato plays another memorable National Anthem video, and Kato introduces his first guest, singer Myah Marie. After joking with her about Myah’s assets, Kato introduces his next guest, the beautiful dancer Erin Gales. Erin shows off her dancing skills in a tiny dress in the studio, as Kato provides a little song.
The first caller of this episode of “Tailgating with Kato,” asks a question to guest Myah Marie about her upcoming album. Myah introduces her friend, singer Kim Viera, and Kato plays a clip of Kim’s gorgeous voice. Guest Erin Gales reveals that not only is she a dancer but she is also a trainer for both MMA and dancing. Fabiano Iha also joins the show, and Marty Logan skypes in. Marty talks about the thirty second elevator speech.
MMA champion Fabiano Iha challenges Kato to fight with one of the girls, and while he sets up the challenge, Kato talks to singer Kim Viera. Kim explains how she and Myah Marie met and how they became friends. Kim talks about her favorite baseball teams, while Fabiano gets the gloves ready for Kato and guest Erin Gales to demonstrate fighting techniques. During the fight, the ladies sing along and Fabiano grabs the gloves. Kato plays a clip showcasing Myah’s talent.
Kato opens up this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” with a story of a someone catching two balls in a row from a home run. The guy has never caught a ball before, and the baseball player has never hit a home run before, so the guy gave the player a ball. Kato talks about steroids in sports, like baseball and wrestling. Fabiano Iha talks about the sanctions in the UFC for steroid use. Another caller calls in to ask a question to Kato.
On this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” Myah Marie talks about being a backup singer on several artist’s albums, and Kato asks Kim Viera to sing the National Anthem. Everyone stands up, while Kim hits the song out of the park. Kato gets into his segment, Fairy-tailgating with Kato. He asks each of the beautiful ladies a real life fairy tale that happened to them. Yesterday was Erin’s birthday, and they wish her a happy birthday.
Erin Gales talks about dancing for Manny Pacquiao on this segment of “Tailgating with Kato.” Kato plays another clip of Erin dancing, and teaching dancing. Kato wraps up the show, by asking the guests to give more information on where to check them out next. Kato also goes into his Lessons in Life segment.
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Kato opens up this episode of “Tailgating with Kato,” with a hilarious monologue about summer vacations, the AAA card, and birds following you after a car wash. Kato introduces his first guest, writer John Rappaport, for shows like “M*A*S*H” and “Rowan and Martin’s Laugh In.” Then Kato introduces his next guest, the beautiful singer, Cassie Cardelle.
Kato opens up this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” by talking to guests Cassie Cardelle and John Rappaport about the IU and Kentucky game and where they will play the game. Kato plays two clips of this game, and John Rappaport weighs in. Cassie asks John Rappaport and Kato if a football team is coming to Los Angeles and they discuss about it. Kato also asks John about what’s going on in basketball. Kato plays a video with Cassie Cardelle, and she talks about her Boston days.
Kato talks about the bounty in the basketball games, and guest John Rappaport weighs in. Kato shows Cassie several clips from John’s writing and producing career, and she has to guess what they are from. Several of the clips including are from “Night court”, “M*A*S*H,” and “Maude.”
Kato opens up this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” with his famous Fairy-tailing with Kato segment. He asks guest John Rappaport about a true fairy tale that he has experienced, and Kato asks singer Cassie Cardelle to model her outfit. Kato continues to ask Cassie sports trivia by playing a clip of the Indianapolis 500.
Kato and his guests, Cassie Cardelle and John Rappaport, hit the streets of Beverly Hills to ask sports trivia questions. He talks to three beautiful ladies, as they try to win a free dinner for two. Some of the topics included are Cassie’s favorite team and football.
Kato and his guests, Cassie Cardelle and John Rappaport, go back into the studio to wrap up the show. But first, Kato begins a new segment called Kato’s Sports Tweets. Kato comments on several tweets from sports players, including Aaron Rodgers and Daniel Gibson. Alki David stops by the show, and they read a few more tweets. Kato wraps up the show with his Lessons on Life segment.
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Is money root of all the problems? Kato talks about what money does to people in this brand new episode of Tailgating with Kato Kaelin. Kato fails to find a winner of National Anthem yet again, and then watches a hilarious clip of a comedian who claims to be a love master. The comedian, named Craig Shoemaker, welcomed as a guest of the show and turns into a hot potato over his embarrassing old performance.
Kato and his guest, Craig Shoemaker, talk about Craig’s home town, Philadelphia, and the home basketball team 76er against Chicago Bulls. Kato and Craig then continue to talk about sports in all aspects including the game plays, players, fans, and a celebrity who thinks he deserves a front row seat. Then the host’s attention turns to NBA’s very own Boston Celtics and its star player, Rajon Rondo.
Kato and Craig Shoemaker returns for more sports talk in this new segment of Tailgating with Kato. The hosts talk about how athletes should not be able to join the popular TV Show, Dancing with the Stars. Then Kato talks about a recent incident where Donald Driver, a retired American wide receiver and the recently established Dancing with the Stars contestant, tosses a shoe to a child at a charity game only to have another very worst kind of fan to rip it right off of the kid’s hands. Then a caller comments about urinating fire ever since he had met Craig.
In this new segment of Tailgating with Kato, one of the guests of the peanut gallery, Dr. Kelly Hong aka the dentist who designs, talks about where her inspirations comes from when she pens her creation. Then the other guest of the peanut gallery, Desiree the model, shows off Kelly’s creations while Kelly explains the practicality of her designs.
Instead of sharing a story of his own, Craig Shoemaker makes fun of Kato for his mullet in Tale-gating with Kato. Balls are flying everywhere in the studio as Craig claps and sings about Ryan’s mom. Kato has finally met his match and is overwhelmed by Craig’s shenanigans. Kato accepts a live call where the caller expresses her affection towards Kato and his show. Another caller calls in and is fascinated with Desiree’s hoodie.
Kato takes the show out to the streets of Beverly Hills for Dinner for Two and sports trivia. Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rogers, NHL’s Kings are among the question being asked to the random pedestrians. Craig Shoemaker talks about his upcoming shows and stream-able contents. Then Kato closes the show reflecting on what he’d learn from the show.
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In this episode of “Tailgating with Kato Kaelin,” Kato opens up with giving a shout out to his Grandpa celebrating his 103rd birthday. Kato begins his monologue with dogs, and the hilarious jokes just keep coming. Guests Tony Todd and Anna Kulinova join the show. Anna comments on how she enjoys watching Tony’s films.
In this segment of “Tailgating with Kato Kaelin,” Alki David joins the show, and he asks Tony Todd about his friend Charlie Sheen. The night before Charlie had dropped his Twitter account, and Tony discusses it. Tony Todd talks about his baseball career, and Alki explains his casual outfit. Anna talks about where she is from and they talk about Bulgaria. Kato shows a clip of Tony Todd and Charlie Sheen together on the baseball field.
Anna Kulinova switch chairs with Tony Todd on this segment of “Tailgating with Kato Kaelin.” Tony Todd explains his charity, since he is an assistant baseball coach for Santa Ana High School. They raised $40,000 for the high school with a poker game with big name celebrities, such as Charlie Sheen and Kato. Tony shows off his signed baseball card, and Kato shows a clip for Anna’s favorite dunk. He also plays a commercial featuring Al Pacino for Dunkin Doughnuts.
Kato opens up this segment of “Tailgating with Kato Kaelin,” asking Anna Kulinova about meeting Al Pacino. Kato plays two different clips, showcasing Anna’s acting talent. Afterwards, Kato talks to Tony Todd about his acting career as well. Kato takes a caller on the phone, and he asks Anna a personal question.
In this segment of “Tailgating with Kato Kaelin,” Kato begins with his guest Tony Todd’s baseball highlight reel. Also guest Anna Kulinova shows off some of her lovely modeling pictures. Kato talks about collecting cars, and he asks Tony to talk about some of stories about collecting classic cars. Kato shows a clip of the show “Overhaul,” in which Tony and Charlie Sheen guest starred, and where Charlie pulled a prank on Tony. Kato begins his popular Fairy Tailing segment, and Anna talks about moving to the United States, and Tony talks about being friends with Charlie since high school.
In this final segment of “Tailgating with Kato Kaelin,” Kato shows the clip of the day, and guests Tony Todd and Anna Kulinova comment on it. Tony admits to Kato how he was surprised at first to find out that Kato is a really good athlete. Then Kato wraps up the show with Lesson on Life, and Tony and Anna plug their upcoming shows.
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Kato opens up this episode of “Tailgating with Kato Kaelin,” with his hilarious monologue. Today is potluck Friday, where anything goes, and he talks about the good and bad things about California. He jokes about Sarah Palin and earthquakes. Kato plays another memorable National Anthem clip from a hockey game. Kato introduces his first guest, the legendary Boxing Hall of Famer, Carlos Palomino.
Kato introduces his next guest in this segment of “Tailgating with Kato Kaelin,” who is the gorgeous model and actress, Jessica Rockwell. Kato also introduces guest Rigan Machado. Rigan owns and operates one of the largest Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu School in the United States. Kato takes his first caller, and he asks Jessica to display her combat skills. Carlos Palomino talks about his boxing career and how he got started. Kato talks about Octo-Mom’s boxing match that was featured on Filmon TV.
In this segment of “Tailgating with Kato Kaelin,” Kato asks Rigan Machado about training fighters, and Kato talks about celebrity matches. Seven time MMA champion, Fabiano Iha, also joins the show and he weighs in on good celebrity matches he would like to see, and they talk about the Steven Seagal fight. Kato talks about Jessica Rockwell’s special talents and Kato also asks Carlos if he has any special skills. Rigan Machado goes into more detail about training fighters.
Kato opens up this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” by showing a clip from the pre-qualifying Olympics race, featuring the amazing runner Oscar Pistorius. Guest Carlos Palomino talks about boxing in the army, and how he almost went to the Vietnam War before he join the boxing division. He talks about almost being a welder, but instead his life changed forever when he joined the army and then he joined the army boxing team. Kato takes a live caller, and afterwards he talks to one of the friends that came in with Carlos. Her name is Shannon and she talks about the 90 day diet challenge that she is sponsoring with Carlos. Kato switches to a shocking news story about the largest endowed man in the world being frisked by the TSA at a California airport.
Kato opens up this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” by asking his guests Carlos Palomino and Jessica Rockwell to talk about their fairy tale in Kato’s segment Fairy Tale-gating with Kato. Carlos talks about his experiences on the set of “Geronimo: An American Legend.” Jessica talks about a hilarious story when she was working at a Playboy event. Kato plays a clip of Jessica talking about her favorite food. Kato asks all of his guests to try a couple of pick-up lines to Jessica.
Hitting the streets of Beverly Hills, Kato and his guests Carlos Palomino and Jessica Rockwell asks sports trivia to several people in this segment of “Tailgating with Kato.” One of the interviewees sings while he massages Carlos arms, and Kato and Jessica dance in the background. Kato and the gang go back into the studio to wrap up the show. Fabiano Iha plugs his Filmon show, and Janice Dickinson drops by the studio.
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Opening up this episode of “Tailgating with Kato,” Kato begins with his hilarious monologue with topics like social media, the summer Olympics, and playing Marco Polo. Kato cuts to a clip of the opening ceremony of the Olympics in London. Kato introduces his guest, Extreme Akim from the show “Eye for an Eye.”
In this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” Kato introduces his next guest, DJ James Doman. DJ James talks about his gigs, and the album that he is helping another artist put together. Kato also introduces two other special guests, and one of them has a very inspiring story. He left his home country of Iran, and walked across nine different countries before he could come to the United States. Kato asks Extreme Akin the most incredible story from the show “Eye for an Eye.”
In this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” Kato asks DJ James Doman if he has ever been to a concert with crazy dancing. Kato rolls a clip of crazy dance in Turkey. Kato continues to talk to his guest about his travels from escaping the government of Iran to the United States. He talks about the worse experience he had in his nine country walk to America. Extreme Akin talks about his upcoming 3D horror film, and Kato takes a live caller.
In this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” Manoushah takes the guest seat, as her friend continues to talk about his journey from Iran to America, and the script that he is writing about his journey. Kato takes another caller, and he talks about hockey and meeting a very pregnant Snooki. Guests DJ James Doman and Manoushah laugh and discuss a wide variety of topics with the caller, Mike.
In this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” Kato talks about Peyton Manning coming back to the NFL to the Denver Broncos. Kato plays the interview of why Peyton choose the Broncos, and he makes fun of the interviewer. Kato then changes the topic to Tim Tebow moving to the Jets, and Kato plays a video that his crew made about Peyton Manning and Tim Tebow. Kato plays another video with gorgeous women singing, and he talks to DJ James Doman about his career.
In this final segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” Kato and his guests hit the streets of Beverly Hills to ask sports trivia questions. The prize is a dinner for two, and Kato’s guests join in on the fun. Wrapping up the show, DJ James Doman plugs his next concert, and Kato gives his final comments on the show, with his segment Lessons on Life.
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Kato opens up this episode of “Tailgating with Kato,” with a hilarious monologue about relationship problems, sex, and money. Kato goes in the car to take a phone call with his bookie because he gambled all of his money away. Kato goes to see a psychic to get some football picks. Kato plays a clip of a choir singing a hip song, and Kato also plays a few clips of his next guest.
Kato introduces his first guest, Teni Panosian, in this segment of “Tailgating with Kato.” Kato talks to the beautiful actress about her make-up tutorial video. Teni and Kato talk about football, and Kato gets a telegram from Western Union. Teni talks about her background in sports, and she talks about her days at USC. Murray Langston, also known as the “Unknown Comic,” joins the show to talk to Kato and Teni. He begins an extremely funny stand-up performance.
Murray Langston, the Unknown Comic is back and does some magic for Kato, on this segment of “Tailgating with Kato.” Kato plays a clip of “Best Boyfriend Ever,” a show that Teni Panosian stars in. She talks about the new show they will be doing called “Best Girlfriend Ever.” The Unknown Comic asks Teni several questions to read her mind.
The beautiful weather girl Vivica Mitha begins this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” by talking about the weather. The Unknown Comic joins her to talk about the weather, and Kato joins her to dance. The hilarity continues with the Unknown Comic making Teni Panosian and Kato laught. Teni is an animal advocate, and she talks about helping the shelters. Kato begins the Fairy-tailgating segment with the Unknown Comic.
The Unknown Comic is back and Kato shows a clip of who he is and why he is so popular. The Unknown Comic finally takes the bag off of his head, and he talks about how a production company tried to use the Unknown Comic without him. He talks about a story of George Clooney, and how he is a great guy. Kato plays a clip with a cat, and Teni talks about her years being a cheerleader.
Teni Panosian and the Unknown Comic hit the streets of Beverly Hills with Kato, to give out free dinners for two. They ask sports trivia questions to several people, and they go back into the studio. Kato wraps up the show with his Lessons on Life segment.
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Kato opens up this episode of “Tailgating with Kato,” with a hilarious monologue about money, China, and pharmaceutical companies. Kato plays and comments on a Viagra commercial, and hilarity ensues. After showing a video featuring a choir singing a popular rap song, Kato introduces his first guest, actor Jack McGee. The show would not be complete if there wasn’t several lovely ladies as guests, so Kato introduces three Miss Earth finalists.
Kato talks to his guest Jack McGee about his role in the hit movie “The Fighter,” in this segment of “Tailgating with Kato.” John talks about a scene that a fight scene that he suggested that was kept in the movie, and he also talks about his co-stars, Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale. A discussion begins on where Christian Bale is from, and how great both actors are to work with. Kato plays two movie clips for the lovely Miss Earth ladies to guess where they are from. Melissa Lacle, who was Miss Aruba 2011 and Marion Dyrvik who was Miss Norway 2011 try to guess several movie questions. John talks about the story behind leaving his show, “Rescue Me.”
Jack McGee gives advice to the lovely ladies about the movie business, and the difficulties of the industry. Kato begins a photoshoot with the Bobbi girls, and Kato and Jack dance together while the music is playing. Sarka Cojocarova, who was Miss Earth Czech Republic, talks about the whole competition and what entails in the pageant Miss Earth. They talk about going green for the earth, and the ladies talk about where the competition takes place. Jack talks about being in “Moneyball.” The discussion changes to the U.S. Open and the National championship.
Due to some technical difficulties, Vivica Mitra does the weather a little differently today. She has a few funny jokes for Kato. Later, Jack McGee and Kato talk about the popular single “Gangnam Style,” from the singer PSY, and Kato talks about a couple of lifeguards who did a video of the song. These lifeguards were later fired, and Jack gives his opinion on the situation. The discussion turns to golfing, and then Kato plays a hilarious commercial from NAPA.
Kato is back with Jack McGee and the lovely ladies, in this segment of “Tailgating with Kato.” Kato asks Jack about working with actors like Brad Pitt, and how they keep in touch, and if he could talk about all of the different kinds of stories he has on set. Kato asks Sarka Cojocarova what kind of guys she likes, and they talk about her butcher boyfriend. Kato asks the other ladies about their relationships as well. Jack talks about what his upcoming projects are. Kato shows a clip from real life baseball, with a pitcher from Oakley.
Kato hits the streets of Beverly Hills with his guests to give away free dinners for two with trivia questions. Jack asks one of the lovely contestants a question about “Rescue Me.” As Kato goes back into the studio, one of the people from the street, Scott comes in to join the show. Kato continues to ask Jack about why he accepts the roles he plays, and the glitter rains down as Kato wraps up the show.
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Kato opens up this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” with a hilarious monologue about opening a bank account, the unemployment crisis, and the upcoming presidential election. Kato addresses both political candidates, and he gives his opinion. Kato plays another hilarious elderly choir clip singing a popular pop song. Then Kato plays another clip featuring an auto-tuned Husky. Actor Wayne Federman joins the show and Kato plays a clip of a show Wayne was on with Larry David. Kato introduces his next guests, the lovely Bobbi girls.
Miss Kosovo winner Nora Asani, joins Kato and Wayne Federman in this segment of “Tailgating with Kato.” Wayne talks about his new book, “Maravich,” a biography he co-wrote on the NBA basketball legend Pete Maravich. He explains why he wrote the book, and he tells the part of the amazing story of Pete. Kato shows off his basketball spinning skills, and Kato shows a clip of Pete Maravich.
Kato opens up this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” with a tweet from Green Bay Packers’ T.J. Lang that became one of the highest retweeted tweet in history. Kato begins his segment of Tweets with Kato, while Wayne Federman hums along. Kato takes a phone call from a blind ref that called the touchdown for the Packer game. Kato asks the Bobbi girls what they are about, and he talks to the lovely Iman Kerigo about her experiences with the Bobbi girls.
Kato opens up this segment of “Tailgating with Kato,” by reading an excerpt of Wayne Federman’s book, “Maravich.” The Bobbi girls talk to Kato about the contest, and what it is all about. They talk about the Bobbi code and how they are different from other beauty pageants. The owner of Bobbi girls, David Sandoval about why he started this particular pageants. Iman gives Kato a super meal, and David talks about the importance of healthy eating.
Vivica Mitra is back discussing today’s weather forecast, in this segment of “Tailgating with Kato.” Nora Asani joins Vivica in the weather segment, and they speak in German the forecast. Vivica tells a series of hilarious jokes, and Kato and his guests respond back. Vivica wraps up her weather forecast, and they go to a commercial break.
Kato hits the streets of Beverly Hills with his guests to ask several different trivia questions to contestants on the streets. Wayne Federman throws a football to Kato, and Wayne asks a movie question to a lovely lady on the street. After giving away a few dinners for two, Kato and his guest go back into the studio. Kato plays a clip of Wayne Federman, and Kato asks Wayne about his monologue. Kato wraps up the show with what they learned today.