Jim Nantz, Mike Carey
What's the best NFL stadium to eat at? Hands down Lambeau Field, if you ask the hosts of CBS' Thursday Night Football.
"I've got four games at Green Bay this year [and] I'm already training," Jim Nantz tells us in our video. "Brats, sauerkraut, [we have] all the fixin's up there in the back of our both. I like to eat while I broadcast. It's a little known secret I mute my mic and I let Phil Simms just go."
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The Biggest Loser
Former NFL player Scott Mitchell, a contestant on The Biggest Loser: Glory Days, is about to get some sobering news from Dr. Huizenga.
The new season, which kicked off last week, features 20 former athletes trying to lose a massive amount of weight to gain back their lives. For Mitchell, a 12-year veteran of the NFL, the future seems grim with diabetes staring him in the face and a horrific history of his own father's death and an amputation resulting from the disease.
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Finally, we have an authoritative viewpoint on the issue of Scottish independence: from The Simpsons' Groundskeeper Willie.
Nolan Sotillo, Charlie Rowe
One of the trickier balancing acts of the season is being performed by Fox's Red Band Society (Wednesday, 9/8c), which aims to be a feel-good show about kids who feel bad. As in indefinite-hospital-stay bad. Amputation bad. Eating disorder, heart disease and cancer bad.
It's duck and cover time at A&E. Since reality megahit Duck Dynasty lost more than half its audience over the past year, the cable network has been dodging bullets. Most recently, A&E executives canceled Longmire after three seasons, surprising the show's producers and angering fans.