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This Week On FUEL TV – 9/28

| posted on September 28, 2009

This Week On FUEL TV:

Season Premiere! Sunday, 9/27/2009 – Firsthand – season 11 – 8:00pm ET/PT

Season Premiere! Sunday 9/27/2009 – The Adventures of Danny and The Dingo – season 2 – 8:30pm ET/PT

Monday, 9/28/2009 – Dew Underground 2009: Salt Lake City – 8:30pm ET/PT in Meet & Brotatoes

Monday, 9/28/2009 – Insane Cinema: Changes – 9/28/2009 at 9:30p et/pt

Season Premiere! Thursday, 10/1/2009 – Props Mega Tour Europe – 9:30pm ET/6:30pm PT

Friday, 10/2/2009 – United By Fate Episode 5 – 8:00pm ET/PT in Skate @ 8

This Week on The Daily Habit:
Chris Grenier, Eero Niemela, Iikka Backstrom and musical guest Saosin – Monday 9.28.09
Today, we’ve got Eero Niemela, Chris Grenier and Iikka Backstrom here to talk about the upcoming Transworld Snow Film “Get Real.” Also, we check out all the action happening at the 5th Annual Feet on Fire event. Plus, the psychedelic, screamo rockers from Saosin are back on the Snicker Sound Stage. Chris Grenier’s sponsors include: Etnies, Dragon, Etnies/32, Salomon, Magical Go-Go Wax and Celtek Gloves. Eero Niemela’s sponsors include: Spy, Volcom, K2 and Monster. Iikka Backstrom’s sponsors include: DC, Electric, Monster and Nixon.

Ry Craike – Tuesday 9.29.09
One of our favorite and most frequent guests comes back to the Habit a star of his own film, pro surfer Ry Craike unveils surf-mazing moments from “There’s No I In Go Ry”. Plus, we present you a never-before-seen performance on The Habit from the rockers of Nebula. Also, Jordan Morris interviewed writer/director Mike Judge along with stars Jason Bateman and Mila Kunis from the film “Extract.” Ry Craike’s sponsors include: DC, Electric, Quiksilver, Super Surfboards, Rockstar, Future Fins and Creatures of Leisure.

Chas Guldemond – Wednesday 9.30.09
Today, we welcome the winner of the 2009 US Open, pro snowboarder Chas Guldemond. Plus, we hook you up with a never before seen performance from musical guest Band of Skulls. Also, Jordan Morris gives some Daily Habit style appreciation to the makers of the new Need for Speed games, Shift and Nitro. Chas Guldemond’s sponsors include: DC, Electric, Rockstar, Porters Sports Lake Tahoe, Northstar at Tahoe and Kicker Audio.

Creed McTaggart, Corbin Harris and musical guest Every Time I Die – Thursday 10.01.09
Touching U.S. soil for the first time; straight from Australia, Creed McTaggart drops in on The Habit. Plus, FUEL TV Australia personality and Aussie skater, Corbin Harris stops by the studio. Also, today’s musical guest Every Time I Die brings their massive, furious ball of energy to the Sound Stage. Plus, correspondent Chris Cote covered the 2nd annual Pt. Mugu surf contest at the Ventura Naval Base. Creed McTaggart’s sponsors include: Kustom, VonZipper, Billabong, Monster and Nixon. Corbin Harris’ sponsors include: Nike SB, Oakley (flow), Element, Red Bull, Hoon and modus.

Kimmy Fasani, Hana Beaman, Stan Evans and Jeremy Miller – Friday 10.02.09
Today, pro snowboarder Kimmy Fasani and Hana Beaman drop in on The Habit to talk about their film parts in the shredderific snowboarding film “STANCE.” Also, the producers of “STANCE,” Stan Evans and Jeremy Miller stop by to tell us about pushing the limits of snowboard films with an all female cast. Plus, our very own Jordan Morris kicks it with his fellow cast mate Sandra Bullock at the press premiere of the film “All About Steve”. Kimmy Fasani’s sponsors include: DC, Smith, Emergen-C and Skullcandy. Hana Beaman’s sponsors include: Vans, VonZipper, Ride, Rockstar, Nixon, Zinka and Bear Mountain.

For more information, check out www.fuel.tv/thedailyhabit
This Week on The Weekly Update with Boost Mobile: The Dew Tour is coming down the homestretch as the best in skate and bmx take over Salt Lake City, Utah, for the Toyota Challenge.

In skate, Bucky Lasek posts a big win in vert as park frontrunner Chaz Ortiz relinquishes the overall points lead to Chris Cole, who lands in second behind event winner Rodolfo Ramos. Wrapping up skate coverage, Ryan Decenzo wins the Transworld Best Trick contest.

In BMX, Ryan Nyquist edges past crowd favorite T.J. Ellis in BMX Dirt. In park, Daniel Dhers posts his first win of the Dew Tour season. And in vert, our “One on One” athlete Jamie Bestwick is one step closer to sweeping the season.

The Toyota Challenge also marks the Gatorade Free Flow Tour Finals, with Jack Olson and Clay Kreiner winning Skate Park and Skate Vert, respectively. In BMX, Matt Whyatt claims the park win and Mykel Larrin takes vert. All four winners are invited to ride against the pros at the PlayStation Pro, the final Dew Tour stop held next month in Orlando, Florida.

Coming up next week: all the highlights from Mick Fanning’s historic World Tour win at the Hurley Pro.

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