00:28 — Buzz Aldrin and Terry Fator dine at HELL'S KITCHEN.
01:00 — The blue team is tasked with making one of their dishes vegetarian.
00:59 — The red team's teamwork is under scrutiny.
02:15 — Bombing, snapping, and more bombing in an all-new Hellish Moments!
01:06 — The two teams are told what their next challenge will be.
01:06 — As the two teams prep for the night's service Gordon announces that Buzz Aldrin will be dining at HELL'S KITCHEN.
00:44 — The red team reminisce on their performance.
11:50 — Building on 'Brilliant Number One' (Sept. 26, 1997), Space Ghost, once again, interviews Peter Fonda and the 'moonwalking' Buzz Aldrin.
00:57 — Top Gear is back with a brand new team. Watch the trailer for a glimpse of the action.
00:39 — Get closer than ever to the Top Gear action with Extra Gear hosted by Rory Reid and Chris Harris.
The guys leave their marks on the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in this bonus scene from "American Aftermarket."
03:53 — Forget everything you think you know about the moon! The channel that brought you Sharknado has turned their sights to the stars for a two-hour docume (more…)
Adam needs backup when his ride gets stuck while bouldering the Rubicon Trail in this web exclusive from "Rubicon Trail."
Tanner flies to Sweden to test-drive a $3 million Koenigsegg hypercar in this web exclusive from "America vs. Europe."
04:20 — No, the moon landing was not faked. But there are a few real moon secrets out there.
04:55 — Buzz Aldrin talks NASA, space travel and falling behind because of bad decisions at the LA Times Festival of Books.
02:50 — Astronaut, Buzz Aldrin, answers the age old question of how astronauts pee in space at the LA Times Festival of Books.
03:35 — Astronaut Buzz Aldrin tells the audience of the LA Times Festival of Books about the second words spoken from the moon and the flight back.
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- Birth Name: Edwin Eugene Aldrin Jr.
- Birth Place: Montclair, NJ
- Birthday: January 20, 1930, Capricorn
- Profession: Astronaut, Fighter pilot, Mechanical engineer, Author