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Jay Leno's Garage

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After retiring from his perch atop the late-night TV ratings in 2014, comedian Jay Leno has more time to partake in one of his passions: collecting cars. That is the focus of "Jay Leno's Garage," which showcases the "Tonight Show" veteran's journey throughout America as he searches for unique rides and the stories behind them. Leno explores different aspects of automobiles, including the history of iconic brands, testing supercars, checking out the latest innovations, and even offering consumer advice. He also talks with fellow gearheads, including celebrities, to learn about their collections. Leno says cars, to him, are "kinetic artwork" -- rather than being stagnant, it is art that is "rolling down the highway."

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The car you drive says a lot about who you are. Jay takes a drive with ZZ Top frontman, Billy Gibbons in one of his newest, most rock-and-roll hot rods. Jay reminds comedian Rob Corddry of various phases in his life in the recurring segment "This is Your Automotive Life!" British comedian Gina Yashere gets to try being 007-in the newest Bond-inspired Aston Martin. And Jon Lovitz and Jay take to the track at Willow Springs to recreate the iconic race from the film Ford vs. Ferrari!
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An unforgettable road trip has three important elements: the right vehicle, a good destination, and the perfect companion. In this episode, Jay will explore them all. He goes off-roading Texas-style with Kelly Clarkson. He recreates a 100-year old time trial in a 100-year old car with Billy Gardell. He surprises fellow comedian and talk show host Craig Ferguson with a blast from his past. And he drives from Los Angeles to Las Vegas in a motorized couch!
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Jay meets young car enthusiasts; a stunt driver goes head to head with her father; Jay visits a karting track; a youngster builds an electric car using spare parts; a teenager restores a vintage tractor; Jay meets the cutest kids in the car world.
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Jay hits to road to meet people who've had the courage to throw caution to the wind and go for it; he surprises country superstar Blake Shelton by taking him for a spin in a vintage pick-up truck with a royal connection.
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Jay meets people who seek new, different, and often ridiculous automotive experiences; he takes funnyman Brad Garrett car shopping to find his perfect automotive match; Jay and comedian Bill Burr go for a spin in Bill's dream sleeper.
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Jay celebrates unconventional vehicles; comic Jeff Dunham races in a Seabreacher; Jay must choose which vehicle to drive in the 24 Hours of Lemons; actress Lea DeLaria drives a Vicious Mustang; inflatable DeLorean; lawnmower.
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Jay checks out vehicles that come close to being perfect; Jon Hamm is treated to a drive down memory lane; Jay and Fabio talk Italian-style while cruising in Fabio's Lamborghini; Jay tries to stump Robert Herjavec.
aired 14 days ago
Actor Josh Duhamel drives Jay's 1963 split-window Corvette, his all-time dream car; Chuck Zito introduces Jay to his heavily modified '57 Chevy called "The Beast from the East"; Jay meets an 81-year-old woman with an original Shelby 350.
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Jay learns the automotive world is not for the risk averse; maverick tech-entrepreneur Elon Musk; comic Rob Riggle; Jay flies a mission on a massive firefighting helicopter and meets a blind race car driver determined to drive 200mph unassisted.
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Jay takes Matt LeBlanc into the hills in one of the first off-road vehicles of all time; comic Jeff Dunham is challenged to another aquatic battle; tough guy actor Danny Trejo shows off his collection of iconic rides and threatens Jay's dry cleaner.
aired 21 days ago
Jay meets up with some of the hardest working car people he knows, including movie director Tyler Perry, musician Richard Carpenter and race team owner Roger Penske, who rides in Rod Emory's meticulously crafted Outlaw Porsche.
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Jay has a need for speed as he talks race rivalries with his old friend Matt Damon, who stars as Carroll Shelby in the upcoming film Ford vs. Ferrari; Jay tries the all-American GT500; Avril Lavigne becomes the newest student at Jay's Driving School.
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Chris Evans shows off his 1967 Camaro, a car so powerful it takes many tries to learn how to drive it; famed builder Bodie Stroud; Jay gives Adam Carolla another shot in a Porsche 935 racecar that was driven by Paul Newman.
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Jay celebrates pit crews and stuntmen; Jay and TV personality Martha Stewart take a ride in her pristine Edsel wagon; Jay joins a NASCAR pit crew to assist driver Joey Logano during a race; he explores dangerous and under-appreciated automotive jobs.
aired 35 days ago
Rally driver Ken Block shows off his chops; Jay and blogger Matt Farah learn about racing at Dirt Fish rally school in Seattle; riders honor the first female African-American motorcyclist to cross the country; Airstream trailer; the Land Rover.
aired 38 days ago
Jay and comic Billy Gardell hit the road in Billy's new vintage 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible; Jay meets the creators of the Gambler 500; Jay hangs out with Donut Media's James Pumphrey, who shares his enthusiasm for the MR2.
aired 38 days ago
Jay Leno explores the tiniest cars and biggest machines; he crushes things in a tank with actor Arnold Schwarzenegger; Jay and his tallest friend, actor Brad Garrett, go for a ride in a dwarf replica car; micro cars; the new Hennessey truck.
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Jay enlists Terry Crews to be a guest announcer; Jay meets up with chef and car collector Guy Fieri; he meets a man and his cat co-pilot in their modified Jaguar with a Lear-jet trailer; Jay attempts to drive an insane two-direction vehicle.
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Jay Leno asks what makes a car a cult classic; actor Charlie Sheen shows off the Chrysler Turbo Interceptor; music artist Billy Joel shares his collection of vintage motorcycles; Jay attempts to drive the Landmaster; AMC Pacer versus AMC Gremlin.
aired 44 days ago
Jay and actor Tim Allen debate which vehicles are the most iconic; singer Keith Urban shows off his Pagani, while actor Brad Garrett shows off his Aston Martin; racecar driver Willie T. Ribbs tells stories about his Cadillac.
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Jay showcases the world's toughest vehicles; he tests meteorologist Reed Timmer's storm-proof vehicle; Jay meets injured veterans who use high-speed racing as rehabilitation; he pushes an armored car to the limit; with comic Kevin Hart.

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