The Hollywood Arab teaches a life drawing class, a theological debate about cheese rocks the Muslim Shore house, Nazeem campaigns to raise awareness of First World Problems, and Uncle Sam plans to move all the Muslims to Tasmania.
Uncle Sam attempts to secure the grey vote, there's an audition in Flip World, the Indian Action Hero takes on a gang armed with a burger, Nazeem inducts a class of foreign students, and the Hollywood Arab goes shopping.
Imran Farook cleanses spirits in Spirit Time, there's an arranged Marriage in the Muslim Shore house, the Prince of Mumbai tries stand up comedy, Nazeem carries out spot immigration tests, and the premiere of the world's most explosive game show, Where's Waheed.
The Texas Bucket List is a weekly syndicated television program hosted by Shane McAuliffe and produced by McAuliffe Productions, LLC based in College Station, Texas. The show airs on twenty-two Texas media markets and stations in Laughlin, Nevada, and Greenville, North Carolina. The Texas Bucket List airs two seasons in a year, and each season is 13 episodes long and includes show segments covering historic and unique locations, annual events, and musicians in Texas as well as a "Burger of the Week" segment.The Texas Bucket List posts its show segments on its website as well as its YouTube channel, and completed its sixth season in the spring of 2016. The Texas Bucket List started in 2009 on KBTX as The Brazos Valley Bucket List, an annual month long series started by McAuliffe that showcased events and things to do in the Brazos Valley. In 2013, McAuliffe began his own syndicated TV show and expanded “The List” to cover the entire state, creating The Texas Bucket List. McAuliffe’s former station, KBTX, was the first to pick up the show.