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7x06 |Counting CarsApril 30, 2017, 3:00 am
The guys finally find a not so perfect car for the Arizona Lemons race; a beat up old racer, once owned by Shannon. With a little begging and very little cash they buy it back. Next they resurrect the Junker as the "Counts Bloody Mess." Now ready to race they realize first place may not be an option but maybe they can get the "Counts Bloody Mess" to at least finish in one piece. Meanwhile, Ryan and Danny get a lead on a car rumored to have been customized by the legendary creator of the Batmobile, George Barris.
14x06 |Ghost AdventuresApril 30, 2017, 3:00 am
Zak and the crew travel to Erie, Colorado, along with Bishop Bryan Ouellette, to perform an exorcism on a young man to help rid him of a demonic attachment he obtained after trying to conjure an entity years ago.
2x07 |YoungerFebruary 18, 2016, 4:00 am
Liza goes to a music festival with Josh and helps Charles with a work assignment.
5x01 |Orange Is the New BlackJune 9, 2017, 6:01 am
5x09 |VICEApril 29, 2017, 5:00 am
'Medical Détente' - Cuba's health system is one of the most efficient in the world. Despite the decades-long U.S. embargo, the country's biotech industry flourished, creating astonishing treatments for a number of diseases at costs not seen in the States. Now, with trade and travel restrictions loosening, millions of Americans may soon be able to gain access to these breakthrough medicines for cancer and diabetes. VICE correspondent Gianna Toboni travels to Cuba to see the potential treatments and cures in action. 'Bananas' - There are thousands of types of bananas but Americans have eyes for only one kind--the very marketable yellow Cavendish, which accounts for 95% of global banana exports. But this multi-billion dollar industry is under threat. A fungus called Panama Disease is rapidly infecting portions of the world's Cavendish crops and could spell disaster for the monoculture-dependent worldwide banana trade. VICE heads to the heart of banana country in Latin American and the Philippines to see the devastating effects of the disease and to investigate what the loss of the banana would really mean besides a less colorful lunchbox.