The show was compiled using footage of interviews and dramatic reenactments of the situation.
Scooter Dave rented the six of us a manual transmission brown Vanagon with troubling stains and no seatbelts.
My mom asked him for dinner recommendations one night, and he directed us to a restaurant just north of the earth’s core.
Emily King and Corey Smith had been dating for five months when they took a trip to Central America, in February, 2012.
At a surf resort in Nicaragua, Smith helped a lanky American named Foster Huntington repair the dings in his board.
When I was in junior high school, my broke single mom got her first decent paycheck and took my sister and me on a trip to a small, sparsely populated, tremendously beautiful island in the Caribbean.
All local transport there had to be secured through a man named Scooter Dave.
Something about their fond irritation made him think that they’d be suited to spending long periods of time together in a confined space. The year before, Huntington had given up his apartment in New York and his job as a designer at Ralph Lauren, and moved into a 1987 Volkswagen Syncro.
He spent his days surfing, exploring, and taking pictures of his van parked in picturesque locations along the California coast.
Meanwhile, Tom (Aziz Ansari) encourages the parks department to attend the Snakehole Lounge, a nightclub he partially owns with his friend Jean-Ralphio Saperstein (Ben Schwartz), for the unveiling of his new alcoholic beverage, Snake Juice.
Tom also encourages them to spread the word about the drink through word of mouth guerilla marketing.
According to Nielsen Media Research, "The Fight" was seen by an estimated 4.55 million household viewers, a drop from the previous original episode, "Eagleton".