2019

JAY LENO'S GARAGE #412 - ORIGINS (TV-PG)

In this episode, Jay Leno explores how a love of cars begins. Mitt Romney's passion started with his dad, who was president of American Motors, while Weird Al Yankovic has only ever loved one vehicle-his first family car! And he even wrote a song about it! Jay inherited Johnny Carson's ride and reminisces about his Tonight Show predecessor and fellow-car lover on a cruise around Johnny Carson Park. Then Jay talks with the Tesla chief designer about the company's origin and takes a very fast ride in their newest roadster!

JAY LENO'S GARAGE #304 - VICTORY LANE (TV-PG)

Jay hits the road to find out what it really takes to be a winner! Despite a dislocated shoulder... Jay challenges fellow comedian Alonzo Bodden to a semi-friendly dirt bike race and gets some pointers from IndyCar champ Scott Dixon. Next, he hears the inspiring story of a champion racer who, after an accident, became the first quadriplegic with a driver's license! Finally, Jay bruises a kidney or two in one of the most famous off-road races in the country. He faces all this in order to find out whether it's practice, pedigree, or just plain grit that brings in the wins.

JAY LENO'S GARAGE #316 - GETTING AWAY (TV-PG)

This episode is all about getting away ... in every sense of the word. Jay teaches punk rocker Johnny Rotten how to drive for the first time and famed director Michael Mann shows Jay how 1930's gangsters got away. Then, Jay gets a behind-the-scenes tutorial on how to film a car chase, meets a notorious getaway driver-turned-stunt-woman, talks to a family who modelled their Truckster after the Vacation films, and learns how African Americans used to travel through segregated America. Throughout, Jay will explore the importance of cars to people's sense of freedom...whether they're escaping the rat race or a life behind bars.

JAY LENO'S GARAGE #204 - ANARCHY ON WHEELS (TV-PG)

Jay goes against laws of safety, traffic, and design to understand the minds of automotive anarchists. He joins a Mad-Max inspired car culture, dives head first into the risky world of side car racing, and wows crowds in a massive monster truck...all to discover why rule-breakers might just have the most fun.

JAY LENO'S GARAGE #312 - ANY WHICH WAY BUT GAS (TV-PG)

In this episode, Jay Leno explores the most exciting alternatives to standard fuel. He meets up with Arnold Schwarzenegger to check out the Governator's G-Wagon with a surprising modification! Then, Jay goes deep into rural California to revisit a time when burning wood could run cars! He gets a chance to drive two of the most outlandish turbine vehicles of all time and explores how the military could use Hydrogen for silent sneak attacks. Jay learns that whether it's motivated by a desire to save the environment or to save money, alternative fuels are more popular-and more exciting - than ever.

JAY LENO'S GARAGE #311 - IN HARM'S WAY (TV-PG)

Jay Leno explores the various reasons people may put themselves, and their vehicles, in harm's way. First, he hangs out with people who like danger just for the thrill, like Travis Pastrana and his action sport collective, Nitro Circus. Next, he meets someone who faces her fears for money: famous stunt driver Debbie Evans. Then, Jay attempts his most dangerous challenge yet... teaching Gilbert Gottfried to drive-in a new Ferrari. Finally, he talks saving lives and specialized vehicles with airport firefighters. Along the way, Jay discovers the most blood-pumping automotive thrills.

JAY LENO'S GARAGE #315 - LIVING THE DREAM (TV-PG)

In this episode, Jay Leno sets out to fulfil automotive dreams! Jay catches up with comedian pal Bill Burr in Burr's dream car --a 1965 Buick Riviera, then checks out the Nissan GT Academy where video gamers can compete to become actual race car drivers! TV and radio personality Adam Carolla hits the track in his Paul Newman-owned race car to see if he can beat Newman's track time. Finally, Jay achieves a personal dream by driving up the highest road on the East Coast-in a vintage steam car! In Jay Leno's Garage, dreams really can come true!

JAY LENO'S GARAGE #416 - GOING THE DISTANCE (TV-PG)

Some vehicles are meant to be driven long-distance-whether it's for racing or vacationing. Ken Block shows off his rally-racing chops at his Utah spread and takes Jay for a ride in his outrageous Group B car. Then Jay and blogger Matt Farah decide to learn a bit more about racing at Dirt Fish rally school in Seattle and a muddy competition ensues. Jay meets a group of motorcycle riders who take an annual road trip in honor of the first female African-American motorcyclist to have crossed the country, Bessie Stringfield. Then home designer Pierre Bogros teaches Jay about going the distance in style-in his custom designed, luxury Airstream trailer. And Jay learns about the venerable history of the Land Rover, while driving through Hungry Valley with Dana Williamson of the Petersen Automotive Museum.

JAY LENO'S GARAGE #309 - THE CAR MY FATHER DROVE (TV-PG)

In this episode, Jay Leno pays tribute to our fathers and the cars they drove. He hangs out with the ultimate father & son team - Nascar legends Richard and Kyle Petty. Then Jay heads to the Riverside County Fair to learn the art of tractor pulling with a father, daughter duo. He also meets a girl who restored a Mustang and airplane with her dad, witnesses a surprise reunion of a father and his long-lost Corvette, and gets invited to a Shelby family reunion and drives one of the rarest Shelby's around. This episode is all about nostalgic rides, fast cars, and family ties!

JAY LENO'S GARAGE #403 - THE MOTOR CITY (TV-PG)

Jay explores the past, present and future of the automobile's birthplace-Detroit. Jay takes Detroit native Tim Allen on a trip down memory lane and the iconic Woodward Avenue. Then Jay tests GM's newest Corvette out on one of the world's oldest proving grounds. Musical legend Martha Reeves schools Jay on the history of Motown-and introduces him to a local hero who's using art to revive suffering neighborhoods. And Jay takes a ride in a "mutant vehicle" built by a Detroit native and member of the burgeoning "maker class." Jay discovers that this city has been kept alive-and thriving - by the passionate, hard-working people who live there