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On a Laughter-Filled First Date, Ronald Makes a Love Connection on 'Pit Boss' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 20th 2010 3:10AM
'Pit Boss'First dates are a harrowing and frightening experience for anyone as you never know if the chemistry will be there. But Ronald Lee Clark handled his first date with the beautiful Natasha with confidence, charm and wit on 'Pit Boss' (Sat., 10PM on Animal Planet). And things went from simmering to hot almost immediately.

The two were clearly comfortable with one another right away, as the barbs were flying fast and furious by the time dinner was served. It is said that a woman loves a man who can make her laugh, and if that's the case, Ronald was having no problem keeping Natasha's attention. But he was going to have his hands full, as she was giving as well as she could receive.

When he mentioned that he'd been in love before when he was young, the question of his age came up. "Do I look old?" he asked. Her response: "Very old."

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Animal Planet Gives Mike Tyson His Own Pigeon Racing Show

by Danny Gallagher, posted Mar 16th 2010 7:18PM
I'm tempted to make fun of this because you never hear the words "Mike Tyson" and "pigeons" together in the same sentence. But then again, I really like the layout of my face and it would be a shame if someone like Tyson were to mess it up.

Animal Planet has announced that Tyson will have his own reality show in which he races his flock of trained pigeons against a series of professional competitors.

For those who aren't in the know, Tyson has had a lifelong obsession with training and caring for birds. In the video below, he takes Jimmy Kimmel's Uncle Frank on a tour of his bird sanctuary.

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Puppy Bowl VI Aims to Out-Cute Super Bowl XLIV

by Danny Gallagher, posted Feb 2nd 2010 1:29PM
Sure the National Football League might have the money, the talent and the millions of dollars in hotly contested advertising revenue, but they don't have puppies.

That's why Animal Planet is returning their annual festival of cute that is the Puppy Bowl for their sixth year, set to air from 3 to 5 p.m. Eastern on Feb. 7.

This year's showdown will include old favorite such as shots from the world-famous "bowl cam" and some new twists such as a new blimp-cam and bunnies dressed as cheerleaders. Warning: it's bound to be so cute that Discovery Networks will not be held responsible for broken TV due to excessive hugging.

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