This Week on 'Visiting With Huell Howser' -- Fake Food and a Hair Convention


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Monday @ 7:30PM -- "Epilepsy"

Huell learns all about epilepsy in a visit to the Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Los Angeles. Included is a short film made by Nathan Jones which shows the viewer what it is like to actually have an epileptic seizure.

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Tuesday @ 7:30PM -- "Starr Ranch"

Huell travels to Orange County to the Starr Ranch Sanctuary, owned by the California Audubon Society. He gets a special tour of the facility and takes a close look at its Owl Cam.

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Wednesday @ 7:30PM -- "Unique Landmarks"

Join Huell as he uncovers two remarkable, little-known Los Angeles treasures. First, we stop at the site of the first Koyasan Temple for a ceremony designating the Aoyama Tree as a Los Angeles Landmark. Then Huell stops in at beautiful Franklin Canyon Park, only to find that it's allegedly "the center of Los Angeles" itself. The tree is just across from the Japanese American National Museum and about a block from the Koyasan Buddhist Temple.


Thursday @ 7:30PM -- "Fake Food"


Have you ever spotted some plastic food and been shocked by how realistic it looks? Have you ever wondered how it's made? In this episode, Huell visits Iwasaki Images of America and gets a firsthand look at this fascinating process.


Friday @ 7:30PM -- "Hair Convention"


Join Huell as he visits the 1997 Long Beach International Beauty Expo for a very exciting and colorful look at the world of beauty care. Huell and 50,000 beauty care professionals share a wild day..

Saturday @ 5PM -- "Subway Terminal Update"

Huell revisits the Red Car Tunnels under Los Angeles and the tunnel entrance at Belmont Station.

Sunday @ 7:00PM -- "Fireboat Update"
Huell visits San Pedro Harbor and sees what has happened with the old fireboat, the Ralph. J. Scott, and then checks out the brand-new, state-of-the-art fireboat.