To what extent is your identity connected to the names you were given when you were born? Imagine growing up the son of a sports legend and bearing his name; the pressure that would come with it, the assumptions people would make about you. That's exactly the experience George Foreman IV had as one of boxing legend George Foreman's five sons, all bearing their father's name. In the debut episode of Season 2 of The H, Luke sits down with George IV to hear about his journey of self-discovery.
Also on this episode, for our first installment of The Dish for Season 2, in which Megan, Jenny, Ranelle & Luke visit Republic Diner in the Heights, and talk to it's founder, Ken Bridge of Delicious Concepts.
- Produced, edited and mixed by Luke Brawner.
- Theme music: "No Me Without You," by the Robbie Seay Band.
- Other songs featured in this episode are by Scott Benton, Cameron Pessarra and local instrumental artist, BROR.
- Artwork by Spindletop Design.
Special thanks to George Foreman IV, Ken Bridge and the entire staff of Republic Diner for their hospitality and participation in this episode!
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