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October 20, 2008

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Kassia Meador, Deanna Russo and music guest Civet – Monday 10.20.08

Today’s show is full of talented women - Roxy team rider, model, and TV host Kassia Meador is back on the Habit. Plus, she’s one of Maxim’s Hot 100 for 2008, actress Deanna Russo from the new fall show “Knight Rider” is here. Also, musical guest, the femme-fatales from Civet rocks our stage. Kassia Meador’s sponsors include: Gravis, Roxy, Hawaiian Pro Design, Toyota of Huntington Beach and Kicker Audio.

Bud Freitas and music guest A Place to Bury Strangers – Tuesday 10.21.08

Our guest hails from Santa Cruz, CA, pro surfer and Rusty team rider, the unstoppable Bud Freitas is here. Plus, a live performance from the psychedelic rock band, A Place to Bury Strangers. Also, Chris Cote checks in from the 2008 Waterman’s Ball with the Waterman himself, Mark Occhilupo. Bud Freitas’ sponsors include: Electric, Rusty, On A Mission, NC Boardshop, Nor Cal and Hotline Wetsuits.

Sky Siljeg – Wednesday 10.22.08

Today, a Vans team rider who does more damage to concrete than a jackhammer; skater Sky Siljeg drops in on the Habit. Plus, Jordan Morris drives a hard bargain with the Action Sports Retailers of the 2008 ASR Convention. Also, Chris Cote hits ASR too for the premiere of Benji Weatherley’s film “Life As a Movie”. Sky Siljeg’s sponsors include: Quiksilver, Vans, Pro-Tec, Tracker, Ninja, Khiro, FreestyleUSA, and Jones Soda.

Kurtis Colamonico – Thursday 10.23.08

Today, pro skater and Famous Stars and Straps team rider Kurtis Colamonico is on the Habit. Plus, we check out Death Bowl to Downtown, a film that chronicles the history of skateboarding in New York City. Also, Jessica Chobot gives us the scoop on the video game Mercenaries 2: World in Flames. Kurtis Colamonico’s sponsors include: Lexani, Famous Stars and Straps and World Industries.

Torrey Meister and music guest Deerhoof – Friday 10.24.08

Today’s guest is comin’ straight from the Big Island of Hawaii to the Habit – Billabong ripper Torrey Meister is here. Plus, San Francisco music group Deerhoof is bringing their indie rock to the studio. Also, Alex Gray gets creative with spray paint and turns a used board into a beautiful piece of art. Torrey Meister’s sponsors include: Billabong, Tim Carroll Surfboards, Spy, Sanuk, On A Mission and Vertra.

This week on FUEL TV’s The Weekly Update with Boost Mobile: we start things off with complete coverage of the etnies GVR contest where it was decided in overtime and the Regular team prevailed.

In surfing news, trials winner and 14-year-old Tyler Wright upset the top 17 in the world and won the Beachely Classic, the fifth stop of the women’s ASP World Tour.

At the Action Sports World Tour, Pierre-Luc Gagnon wins skate vert and Alex Perelson takes second. In BMX vert, Jamie Bestwick takes the title, followed by Steve McCann. In BMX Triples, Rob Darden wins.

At the fourth stop of the Byerly Toe Jam, Reed Hansen won the rail park final, boat final, and cable park final, becoming only the second person to take all three events in one weekend.

In our Tech Tip, we look at the new Leatt Brace that helps prevent neck injuries.

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