TV: This Week on FUELTV
August 30, 2010
This Week On FUEL TV:
Sunday, 8/29/2010 - Firsthand: Ryan Dungey – 8:00pm ET/PT
Monday, 8/30/2010 – Nike 6.0 HB BMX Pro 2010 – 8:00pm ET/PT (Meet & Brotatoes)
Tuesday, 8/31/2010 – Pull – 8:30 PM ET/PT (Wake Steady)
Thursday, 9/2/2010 – Insane Cinema: The Arena North Shore – 8:00 PM ET/PT (Surf Spot)
Friday, 9/3/2010 - Make it Count, Episode 3 – 8:00 PM ET/PT (Skate @ 8)
This Week on The Daily Habit:
Best of Skateboarding Week on The Daily Habit: Brandon Turner and Sammy Baptista plus musical guests Kottonmouth Kings – Monday 8.30.10
Today, we kick off Best of Skate Week by bringing you another look at Brandon Turner and Sammy Baptista’s visit to the TDH set. In this episode we revisit one of our all-time favorite pranks-- see what happens to Sammy and Brandon when we put our Daily Habit hidden camera to use! Plus we’ve got a performance on the Stride Sound Stage from the Kottonmouth Kings. Brandon Turner’s sponsors include: Sk8mafia, Electric, Seedless, Venture Trucks, Paradox and Pacific Dive. Sammy Baptista’s sponsors include: Turf Clothing, JSLV, Diamond Supply Co., Venture Trucks and FTC Skate Shop.
Best of Skateboarding Week on The Daily Habit: Pat Ngoho and Brian Brannon plus musical guests Echo and the Bunnymen – Tuesday 8.31.10
Known for his skills with both a board and a brush, long-time skater Pat Ngoho is back on The Habit. Also, JFA frontman and skater Brain Brannon is here to tell us about being deployed to Afghanistan at age 43. Keeping it classic, we’ve got an epic performance from musical guest Echo and The Bunnymen on the Stride Sound Stage. Plus, feel good guru Jordan Morris attempts to cheer up the cast of "The Losers" at the film’s press premiere. Pat Ngoho’s sponsors include: Hurley, SMA Skateboards and Izze. Brian Brannon’s sponsors include: éS, Factory 13, Independent and Joker’s Skate Shop.
Best of Skateboarding Week on The Daily Habit: Neal Mims plus musical guests A Day to Remember – Wednesday 9.1.10
Our Best of Skate collection continues with skater Neal Mims. Guest hosted by Sal Masekela, today’s show proves to be one of epic proportions. Neal and Sal sit down to talk about the darker days in Neal’s past and how he’s emerged back on the scene. Also, our investigative journalist in training, Chris Fairbanks, heads to Dodger Stadium to do some snooping and find out about Rob Dyrdek’s appearance at the Los Angeles Dodgers game. Plus, correspondent Rodney Torres shows us the best shred-able lofts and warehouses for a skateboarder in Brooklyn, NY. If that wasn’t enough, musical guest A Day to Remember, brings their pop-fueled aggression to the Stride Sound Stage. Neal Mims’ sponsors include: Converse, Monster Energy, RAEN Optics, Laced, Paradox, Pacific Drive, Independent, Bones, Nixon, Brixton and S-One Helmets.
Best of Skateboarding Week on The Daily Habit: Jamie Thomas plus musical guests Talib Kweli and DJ Hi-Tek – Thursday 9.2.10
Best of Skate Week continues on The Daily Habit with legendary pro skater Jamie Thomas. The Chief stops by to talk about his illustrious skateboarding career, his new clothing deal with Insight and balancing being a father while running one of the biggest distribution companies in the game. Plus, Sven Barth checks out the shredders of tomorrow at Element’s Make it Count Contest series stop in LA. Also, our very own Jordan Morris converses with Russell Brand and Jonah Hill of “Get Him to the Greek.” Lastly, an epic reunion on the Stride Sound Stage featuring Talib Kweli and DJ Hi Tek as musical guest, Reflection Eternal. Jamie Thomas’ sponsors include: Zero, Fallen, Insight, Thunder and Mob Grip.
Best of Skateboarding Week on the Daily Habit: Paul Rodriguez plus musical guests Nas & Damian Marley – Friday 9.3.10
Rounding out our nostalgic look back at the Best of Skate, we’re going to sit-down with the one and only P-Rod. As the first-ever Maloof Money Cup winner, Paul Rodriguez Jr. looks back on the contest that has brought together some of the most talented skaters in the business. Also, if you’re thinking of picking up a DVD for the weekend you won’t want to miss Jordan Morris and the Movie Trailer Babes as they preview the film “Splice.” Plus, Chris Fairbanks joins swarm of eager children to check out the new 9 Star store in West Los Angeles. To round things off, we’re hooking you up with a blissful blend of hip hop and reggae legends; Nas & Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley perform together live on the Stride Sound Stage. Paul Rodriguez’s sponsors include: Nike SB, Plan B, Mountain Dew, Incase, Primitive Skate Shop, Markisa, Nixon and FKD
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This Week on The Weekly Update:
In moto, Red Bull X-Fighters hits London, where New Zealand’s Levi Sherwood takes the win and climbs the overall standings. And James Stewart returns to the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship, but is unable to stop Ryan Dungey’s winning streak at the Rockstar Energy Unadilla National.
In wake, Phil Soven claims another overall title on the MasterCraft Pro Wakeboard Tour as Nick Galotifore claims the junior division.
In skate, we sit down with Rob Dyrdek as he dissects the Street League scoring format. Woodward West unveils the planet’s newest MegaRamp. And Belgian skate am Youness Amrani wins the Red Bull Manny Mania 2010 World Final.
In a special One on One, legendary waterman Laird Hamilton talks about big-wave surfing.
Our highlight reel features the Burton New Zealand Open, the Supergirl Pro Junior, Liquid Nation Ball, and Levis and Tilly’s BMX demo. Get action sports news, photography, and more at www.fuel.tv/theweeklyupdate.
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