"I always thought of myself as wild, crazy and adventurous, until we started filming ‘Yes Man,’” said Smith. “The people of Los Angeles know how to have fun and were kind enough to show me some amazing once-in-a-lifetime experiences that everyone should say ‘YES’ to!"
Smith’s first stop is Los Angeles, where he says “yes” to holding a tree pose at a paddle board yoga class, snacking on a Mexican pizza loaded with grasshoppers, learning how to take a punch at the Hollywood Stunt University and signing up for a world-famous, 50-pound-pizza-eating challenge. Finally, he overcomes his fear of heights as he flies down the 45-foot-long outdoor glass-encased Skyslide to appreciate amazing views of the San Gabriel Mountains and the Pacific Ocean.
“We all know travelers are divided into two types: planners and non-planners. With his unique approach to spontaneous adventures that no one sees coming, Ricky Smith is a favorite example of the latter,” said Courtney White, senior vice president, programming, Travel Channel.
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