Dave Holmes

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VIDEO: Sink or Swim

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Sink or Swim
Subscription | Netflix
Length: 43:39
Aired: 1/1/2008

Just as Delko and Calleigh's friendship turns into romance, disaster strikes: Delko faces a death threat and gets picked up by the INS. watch

VIDEO: Wrong Side of the Tracks

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Wrong Side of the Tracks
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Length: 13:26:55
Aired: 1/22/2007

Lynn (Persia White) is crushed when she receives a call from Big Boi (guest starring as himself) saying that he is at a creative crossroads with the record company and he won’t be able to use her music. Lynn is devastated by the news and begins to consider leaving Los Angeles. Meanwhile, after leaving NASCAR, Darnell (Khalil Kain) must go back to work at the garage but is humiliated consistently by the new owner. watch

VIDEO: Kidnapped

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Kidnapped
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Length: 22:24
Aired: 1/1/2011

Zygerrian slavers are behind the sudden disappearance of an entire colony of people on the planet Kiros. watch

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Reno 911!: Miami
Reno 911!: Miami
A Drink With Dave: Alex Blagg, Part 2
MON March 28: Premiere Episode

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Credits

Year Title Description
2014 MOCKpocalypse TV Show Series, Appearing
2008 Celebrity Says TV Show Series, Host
2007 Reno 911! Movie, Actor - Persnickety Desk Worker
2005 Fire Me...Please TV Show Series, Host
2002 Kidnapped TV Show Series, Host

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Please Don't Fire Dave Holmes

It's hard not to feel jealous of the contestants on Fire Me... Please. The CBS hidden-camera show (Tuesdays, 9 pm/ET) features freshly hired employees trying to get themselves fired for a $25,000 prize. These baristas and salesclerks let loose and loony at work, acting out many a low-wage toiler's revenge fantasy, while host Dave Holmes secretly watches all the dramedy go down from a nearby van. The former MTV personality — himself a runner-up in the music channel's reality experiment Wanna Be a VJ — tells TVGuide.com why his new gig is worth holding on to. TVGuide.com: Had you been looking to do reality TV before you landed Fire Me?Dave Holmes: Sure. For a while, it just seemed like every [reality show] was [about] having your face put back together or doing something really mean to somebody. This is funny and smart and not mean. TVG: Do you really spend the whole day in the van while the contestants are read more

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