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This fish-out-of-water reality series follows four American icons and their dedicated guide as they embark on a hilarious month-long adventure across the globe. As the notorious squad travels to some of the world's most famous destinations, they witness extraordinary moments and discover a whole new world of trouble to get into. From life-changing spectacles to eye-opening cultural experiences to hysterically unexpected twists at every turn, these trips promise to be ones they will never forget.

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The guys get their groove on with the Gnawa Tribe and bond over a campfire in the Sahara Desert; in Marrakesh, William Shatner treats the guys to lunch before going to hear an authentic Moroccan storyteller; the men reflect over a final dinner.
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The guys head to Africa, where they explore a local market and have a special dinner, each making one last wish for the trip.
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The guys explore Madrid, Spain; matador lessons; flamenco dancing; an altered version of the Tomatina Festival.
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The guys enjoy the culture of Barcelona, Spain; tango dancing; a lunch of traditional Spanish delicacies; Terry shows Barcelona what a full moon in the middle of the day looks like; Henry bares it all as a nude model for an art class.
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The guys head to Berlin in the hope of finding Henry's roots; they check into a communist hotel, meet a bear, visit the Berlin wall, have a surprise run-in with Al Roker, and are treated to a special performance by David Hasselhoff.
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Challenges that aren't for the faint of heart; the world's smelliest dish; an etiquette class; George is surprised by a founding member of ABBA.
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The men go to Munich and immerse themselves in the culture, customs, and traditions of the city, including participating in Oktoberfest, visiting a nude park, and re-creating their own Julie Andrews moment in the Bavarian Alps.
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The guys arrive in Phuket, Thailand, where they participate in a water fight and celebrate Terry's birthday; Terry gets his first tattoo; William and Henry go for massages; George takes the group to watch Thai boxing.
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The group travels to South Korea, where it visits a school where hopefuls learn to be Korean pop stars and shoots a video with Girls' Generation; Jeff arranges a stay at a spa that costs only $6 a night; the guys visit the demilitarized zone.
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Celebrities Henry Winkler, William Shatner, Terry Bradshaw and George Foreman visit a geisha house and a samurai warrior school; in Hong Kong the gang stays at one of the top hotels in the world, rents a yacht, and visits a Chinese medicine shop.

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