If there happens to be some time left in your TV viewing schedule tonight (there might be something else on today, I'll have to check), the finale is airing tonight on HGTV. We got an email from Amie Kershbaum on behalf of HGTV saying that tonight's episode will be the "final episode of the show." Ed Begley's reality show on extreme green living (well, fairly extreme) premiered on New Year's Day, so that sure didn't last long.
With no solar cells available to provide juice to the cameras, Ed Begley Jr. hopped on his iZip bike that was hooked it up to a stationary fixture with a 12-volt generator. Our favorite eco-thespian hosted movers and shakers attending the Sundance Film Festival as part of a Project Greenhouse activity. Guests were introduced to a variety of green goodies, like a solar oven that hit 225 degrees in 18-degree weather.
Ed Begley, Jr.'s new green reality show, Living With Ed, premiered on HGTV on the first of the year. While I'm sure most of our readers would be interested in a lot of the environmental issues Mr. Boba Fett (yes, he played Boba Fett on the radio back in the day) bounty hunts on his show each week, it's this weekend's episode that should hold particular appeal to green car enthusiasts.
Ed Begley Jr. is a frequent name here on AutoblogGreen, some of his presence is because he's never shy to promote his new reality show Living With Ed, which will finally get its debut on January 1. If you're waiting to see how a Hollywood celebrity makes toast using power generated from a stationary bicycle, this is the show for you.
What do you think life is like living with a fanatical, hybrid-driving environmentalist? You can find out on yet another reality show, this time on HGTV, will feature Ed Begley Jr. and his tolerating wife, Rachelle Carson. The 6-episode series, which the press release called "hilarious and feisty," starts in January. We got to know Ed a little earlier this month at the Mike Magda