Huell visits a man who raised a giant catfish that's now three-feet long. Too big for his tank, the catfish was moved to its new home in the lush koi ponds at the Lake Shrine Temple.
Originally the set for silent films in the 1920s, the Lake Shrine ended up in the hands of a construction superintendent for 20th Century Fox who built a double decker Mississippi houseboat and an authentic reproduction of a 16th century Dutch windmill. Today, the spot is an open air shrine to all religions.
- Wednesday Feb 10, 7:30 PM PST on KCET