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Retired quarterback Kurt Warner knows about getting a second chance at getting one's dream job. He went from working in a grocery store to being a starting quarterback in the NFL in a five-year period, eventually earning multiple MVP awards and a championship ring. So he's the perfect host for this reality series that gives people another go-around to realize their dreams and rewrite their life stories in the process. In each episode, Warner surprises someone with the opportunity of a lifetime: a chance to pursue the career they've always wanted but never achieved. The subject leaves his home and family behind to be mentored by an expert in the chosen field -- including race car driving, captaining a sailboat in the America's Cup and conducting an orchestra -- in preparation for the interview of a lifetime. In the end the person must decide whether to accept the job, if offered, or go back to the life he has had all along.

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aired 1,164 days ago
A man gives up his pursuit of a conducting career to be closer to his son.
aired 1,178 days ago
An Atlanta resident pursues a career as a member of a costume design team.
aired 1,185 days ago
A woman wants to work as the touring choreographer for IM5.
aired 1,192 days ago
A man is given the opportunity to train with Jim McCafferty in the inventing of toys and gadgets.
aired 1,199 days ago
A man considers giving up a successful job to pursue a coaching position at the University of Notre Dame.
aired 1,213 days ago
A man puts aside his IT job to mentor with former White House chef, Walter Scheib.
aired 1,220 days ago
A man studies with Brendan Gaughan to earn a spot as a NASCAR driver.
aired 1,227 days ago
A mother from Alabama wants to interview for a job with Sports Illustrated.
aired 1,234 days ago
A man is given a second chance to pursue his dream of being the captain of an America's Cup sailboat.

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