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In one of the most popular series in Travel Channel's history, actor Casey Webb -- assuming the mantle from original host Adam Richman -- travels across America to sample some iconic regional dishes and take on some daunting food challenges, such as attacking a pitcher-sized bloody mary garnished with a whole fried chicken, tucking into a four-and-a-half-pound Reuben sandwich, and a choice between taking on a 151-ounce milkshake, an eight-pound sloppy joe or eating six habanero ghost chili wings. Talk about the big, the bad or the burn!

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Casey Webb travels to Hawaii, where he embraces the aloha spirit and takes on a whopping three-and-a-half pound burger.
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Casey Webb travels to Indianapolis to battle a beast of a tenderloin sandwich; along the way, he chows down on 38-ounces of succulent prime rib at a 100-year-old steakhouse and enjoys a tasty farm-fresh twist on macaroni and cheese.
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Casey Webb heads to Cincinnati to see if he can take down an enormous eight-pound, double-crusted pizza in just 30 minutes; along the way, he encounters a beautiful cheeseburger at a 200-year-old bar and a massive tray of Cincy-style chili.
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Casey Webb's latest detour brings him to St. Paul, Minn., for an indoor food truck park, a timeless diner and a colossal crepe piled high with Thai ice cream.
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Casey Webb heads to Phoenix, where he takes on chicken wings slathered in a scorching ghost chili and habanero sauce plus two whole grilled habanero peppers.
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Casey Webb heads to Duluth, Minn., where he tastes the city's best fish fry, visits a specialty sandwich shop and attempts to finish a three-pound platter of pie and ice cream in 20 minutes or less.
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In Orange County, Calif., Casey Webb takes down a three-pound burger slathered in a sauce made from three of the spiciest peppers on the planet.
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Casey Webb's epic eating expedition brings him to Baltimore for an out-of-this-world diner, a classic crab feast and a four-pound pho fight.
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Casey Webb's cross-country culinary quest takes him back in time to Palm Springs, Calif., where he comes face-to-face with a three-pound skyscraper of a sandwich loaded with every deli meat imaginable.
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In Savannah, Ga., Casey Webb dines on some of the city's best fried chicken, a low-country seafood boil and a four-pound pulled pork sandwich known only as the Pigzilla.
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Casey Webb lands in Worcester, Mass., where he slurps down some radical ramen, indulges in peanut butter cup French toast and takes on a rack of deep-fried ribs with the heat of a million Scoville units.
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Casey Webb's cross-country culinary crusade brings him to Atlanta for a decadent doughnut brunch, beastly barbecue and a five-pound mountain of tater tot nachos.
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In Minneapolis, Casey dines on the Juicy Lucy, a burger with a cheesy secret, a Ferris wheel full of sliders and bacon and a massive, three-foot long bahn mi, a beefy Vietnamese sandwich.
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Casey Webb visits the New Jersey shore, where he checks out a sandwich with outrageous toppings and a six-pound crabmeat-stuffed lobster; Casey takes on a spicy Indian pizza challenge that requires competitors to sign a liability waiver.
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Casey Webb travels to Grand Rapids, Mich., where he takes on a five-pound tray loaded with chili dogs, French fries, beer-battered onion rings, and a 20-ounce soda.
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Casey Webb's mouthwatering mission takes him to Tennessee, where he faces his hottest challenge yet -- three jumbo chicken tenders smothered in a Carolina Reaper-infused sauce.
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Casey Webb travels to the Ozark Mountains to tackle the "Goliath," a massive cupcake equal to 22 regular-sized cupcakes.
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Casey Webb ventures to beautiful Boise, Idaho, for a sushi and soup challenge so diabolically spicy, it goes by the name of Demon's Delight.
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Casey Webb sails to Philadelphia to tackle the epic Classic Whale Challenge, a 13-pound bagel sandwich stuffed with cream cheese, nova salmon, whitefish, tomatoes, and onions.
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Casey Webb's mission brings him to Daytona Beach, Fla., where he takes on a mammoth three-tier sandwich stacked with two burgers, six pieces of mahi mahi, two pieces of Texas toast, and a 10-ounce bun.
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Casey Webb travels to San Diego to face off against a five-and-a-half pound stack of pancakes layered with bacon, eggs, sausage, country-fried steak, and thick-cut ham.

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