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Hosted by legendary comedian and "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno, the series explores our obsession with all things automotive. From classic cars to supercars and everything in-between, Jay is hitting the road to discover the most exciting, weird and wonderful vehicles ever made and meet the passionate people behind their wheels. Each one-hour themed episode features a mix of stunts, challenges, reviews, and celebrity interviews that showcases the colorful history of the automobile. Whether he's exploring the story of an iconic brand, road-testing the newest super car, or investigating the latest automotive innovations, there is no wheel Jay won't get behind to tell the story of our love affair with the car.
Jay heads to President George W. Bush's ranch to ask all about his famous Ford pickup, challenges Wanda Sykes to a race in a minivan, takes a ride with Billy Gardell, and gets his feathers ruffled by Gabriel Iglesias' Smokey and the Bandit Trans-Am.
Jay heads to Las Vegas to cruise around with Brad Garrett, goes on an adventure in J.B. Smoove's boat-sized Lincoln, works up an appetite in a giant hot dog car, heads out on a training mission with the Marines and drives a VW bug.
Jay competes in a drifting race against his nemesis Tim Allen, learns the finer points of "mudding" in Georgia, slides over snowy slopes in a race against Katherine Legge, and participates in his first demolition derby.
Jay challenges fellow comedian Alonzo Bodden to a semi-friendly dirt bike race, gets pointers from IndyCar champion Scott Dixon, and hears the inspiring story of a champion racer who became the first quadriplegic with a driver's license.
Inspired by vehicular rule-breakers, Jay cruises in a Pink Panthermobile, chats with legendary customizer Ed Newton, sees inside Jeff Dunham's wacky garage, rides in a giant art car made for Burning Man, and splashes in a hot-tub Cadillac.
Car lovers who never want to grow up; Michael Strahan and Josh Duhamel surprise a special kid; a four-story, motorized fire-breathing dinosaur; Jay tours the 85-acre playground of Pixar's John Lasseter; and grumpy comedian Jeremy Hotz.
Jay takes a vintage belly tank racer out onto a dry lake bed, talks hand-crafted Bentleys with comedian Russell Peters, surprises an iconic Porsche customizer, and spends the day with a reformed bad boy who helps troubled youth.
Jay meets actor Dax Shepard's true love, a '94 Buick Roadmaster, learns to rally with adrenaline-junkie Bucky Lasek, delivers pizzas with Papa John, donates a custom car to a disabled veteran and learns how to manage road rage with a yogi.
Jay hangs out with Richard and Kyle Petty, heads to the Riverside County Fair to learn the art of tractor pulling, meets a girl who restored a Mustang and an airplane with her dad, and gets invited to a Shelby family reunion.
Jay becomes the first customer to receive Ford's new GT, goes sidecar off-roading with comedian Alonzo Bodden, checks out a vehicle that can become anything you want on the big screen, and meets up with legendary newsman Ted Koppel.
Jay hangs out with Travis Pastrana, meets famous stunt driver Debbie Evans who faces her fears for money, teaches Gilbert Gottfried to drive a new Ferrari, and talks saving lives and specialized vehicles with airport firefighters.
Jay explores the most exciting alternatives to standard fuel, meets up with Arnold Schwarzenegger to check out the Governator's G-Wagon, and goes deep into rural California to revisit a time when burning wood could run cars.
Jay meets famed driver Ben "The Stig" Collins to drive a 2018 Hyundai Kona, explores tanks and robots, climbs intense inclines in a Jeep Wrangler prototype, and competes against race car driver Bryce Menzies in a soapbox race.
Jay hits the drag strip with Dee Snider in the new Dodge Demon, heads to the largest borax mine in North America to drive a huge truck, gets an early look at the Bugatti Chiron with Jessi Combs and explores a brand-new electric sports car.
Jay meets up with Bill Burr in a 65 Buick Riviera, checks out Adam Carolla's collection of Paul Newman race cars, drives a Stanley Steamer up Mt. Washington, and learns about Nissan GT Academy where video gamers become professional racers.
From high-speed movie chases, to relaxing family vacations, Jay looks at every possible type of getaway, including criminal escapes, averting traffic tickets, avoiding discrimination, and getting away with your life.
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