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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 Seattle where he climbs a Mount Fuji-sized burger and takes on seven terrifyingly spicy Buffalo wings that have defeated over 5,000 challengers.
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Casey Webb heads to Pittsburgh for a five-pound sandwich loaded with meat, cheese, fries, and coleslaw.
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Casey heads to Los Angeles, where he samples a burger crossed with a pizza; then, he takes on the Zombie Burrito challenge, during which he tries to demolish a 2.5-pound burrito laden with ghost pepper-fueled death sauce and zombie sauce.
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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 visits St. Louis, where he tries a 4-pound meatball and cooks barbecue with a blowtorch; Casey tackles a 29-inch New York-style pizza so massive he'll need the help of a partner to take it down.
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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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A triple-layer burger; Cuban-inspired ice cream flavored with cream cheese; guava and cookies; Casey Webb is joined by two teammates to go up against a monster 30-inch pizza challenge.
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A sopapilla stuffed with carne asada; game-changing ice cream flavored with the local delicacy, green chiles; Casey Webb ends up in a challenge with three hubcap-sized pancakes weighing in at four pounds total.
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Casey Webb's eating expedition brings him to Tucson, Arizona, where he faces off with a cheese and chile tamale pie with pulled pork, avocado hollandaise and more; a bacon-wrapped hot dog taco; the rib-diculous challenge of two full racks of ribs.
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Casey Webb starts with a decadent brioche doughnut that's topped with brunch all-stars and then heads for the sea to dig oysters for a fresh feast; Finally, he faces three 24-ounce milkshakes at a creamery that has been dishing treats since 1928.
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Casey Webb's massive meals include a bacon-wrapped hot dog with a crazy combination of toppings and a foot long chicken burrito blanketed in ghost pepper sauce; a slow-roasted pork shank served with potato salad and sauerkraut.
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Casey Webb gets into the tailgate tradition with a green and gold burger piled high with bratwurst, cheese curds and jalapenos; a local fish fry with flaky Great Lakes whitefish; 12 crispy egg rolls.
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Casey Webb chows down on a historic Reuben sandwich, a soul food feast featuring fried chicken from a 100-year-old recipe and a monstrous pile of pork with all the breakfast fixings weighing more than 3 pounds.
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Casey Webb's challengers include a 3-pound almond butter and jelly sandwich known as the Elvis Challenge, a four-meat pizza with a tater tot topper and a brisket sandwich piled high with burnt ends and spicy pickle slaw.
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Casey Webb starts with a 2-pound barbecue behemoth packed with every meat, sauce and side on the menu; gourmet doughnuts; a duel with the spiciest sauce in town in the Six-Alarm Fire Challenge.
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Casey Webb cracks into crab legs fit for a king at Slippery Salmon Bar and Grill in Anchorage; reindeer meatloaf at Denali BrewPub; the mountainous, double-decker Seward's Folly caribou burger challenge at West Rib Pub and Grill.
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Casey Webb's tasty travels bring him to Manchester, New Hampshire for an epic portion of barbecue that's served on a shovel at KC's Rib Shack; the deluxe cheeseburger mac; a ghost pepper-infused inferno burger challenge.
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Casey Webb heads to Ocean City, Maryland to dive into a massive jumbo lump crab cake sandwich, make some of the area's iconic salt water taffy candies and fight to stay afloat in the Titanic Sundae Challenge.
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Casey Webb swings into Sacramento, Calif., for three gold-standard meals from the Golden State; a perfectly fried Chinese-American chicken, a savory waffle stack and a school's worth of raw fish and rice in a five-round sushi challenge.
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Casey Webb's appetizing adventures take him to Hoboken, N.J.; he munches on homemade mozzarella, takes a bite out of a bagel behemoth and comes face-to-face with a slice of pure fire.
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Casey Webb heads to Charlotte, N.C., for three takes on Southern specialties; there's a cheesy chicken classic, care of Korea, a time-honored institution's signature sandwich and the biggest walking taco in all the Carolinas.

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