"When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Whenever I hear someone say that TV shows aren’t as good as they used to be I think of a short list of contemporary shows that are indeed as good or better than they used to be.
Granted I am writing this review of a DVD compilation I purchased several years after The Buried Life went off the air, so when I say contemporary I mean shows of the past 10-15 years, not necessarily what’s on TV right now.
What's the most embarrassing thing that's happened to you while filming?
We bought a camera on e Bay and took a trip one summer in 2006. Ben: Number 53 on the list is "make a TV show."17: How set in stone is your official list of things to accomplish before you die? We ended up working in this rib joint and raising enough money to fly her to see her mom's grave.
The owner of the rib shop ended up stepping up and paying for the flights for Dave and Jonnie to go with her to see the grave for the first time. It's in one of the episodes.17: How did you meet her? That's what we do — we just go into a town and ask people the question, "What do you want to do before you die?
I don't know if I'll ever see you again, but you're the most beautiful girl I've ever seen, and I wanted to ask for a kiss." And she's like, "What? But this was the one thing on the list he'd kind of stayed away from because it's tough to approach a girl and put himself on the line. She came up to me and said, "So you like Jenna, right?
So the first time he did, you can see him in his head like, "This is my moment. I just fell head over heels for this girl, Sienna Millbrook. Because Jenna really likes you." I'm really shy about this girl stuff, even from way back in the day, and I was "Ah, no. " And I was like, "It's just something about her hair." I did get to spend some time with her, a few years back.17: What about celeb crushes?