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VIDEO: Eating Away

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Eating Away
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Length: 43:13
Aired: 1/14/2007

The team searches for Barry Rosen (MICHAEL DUNN), a competitive eating champion who vanishes after winning a $5,000 prize in a chili-eating contest. Barry had been told by a doctor that he needs to stop eating competitively or he might die of a heart attack or stroke. As the detectives question Barry's competitors, they also investigate why he attacked his brother with a knife days before the contest. Meanwhile, Danny is conflicted when his friend Carlos (JSU GARCIA), who is the father of Elena's daughter, asks him to write a letter on Carlos' behalf for the upcoming custody hearing with Elena. watch

VIDEO: Eating Away [HD]

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Eating Away [HD]
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Length: 44:00
Aired: 1/14/2007

The team searches for Barry Rosen, a competitive eating champion who vanishes after winning a $5,000 prize in a chili-eating contest. watch

VIDEO: Eating Away

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Eating Away
Paid | Amazon Instant Video
Length: 44:00
Aired: 1/14/2007

The team searches for Barry Rosen, a competitive eating champion who vanishes after winning a $5,000 prize in a chili-eating contest. watch

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Inside 24's Very Smart Move

Jean Smart wants to make a cheesy little movie called "All the Scenes I'd Really Like to See on 24."

"Wouldn't it be fun to find President Logan floating in the moat around the western White House?" jokes Smart, who plays Martha Logan, the show's unhinged first lady whose motto ought to be: Just Say Yes... to Prescription Medication. "Or — here's one! — we see Logan coming out of Martha's closet in a little Chanel dress with high heels!"

Smart and her presidential costar, Gregory Itzin, need to "fill in the blanks with our characters," she says, because 24's producers, eager to maintain dramatic tension, "don't want us to know a thing about where our characters came from or where the hell read more

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