Nathan Lund, a comedian in the Fine Gentleman's Club, may not strike Denver comedy fans as a man of letters, but those who listen closely will be unsurprised. However, there' a lot going on beneath Lund's direct, unvarnished style of joke-telling and his wooly appearance. An integral figure in t ... More >>
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Jim Rice.I knew it was coming. I predicted it all week long, actually: This was probably going to be Denver dispensary owner Jim Rice's last shot at $1 million on Survivor. But I still found myself cheering for Rice tonight as he fought to stay on the game show he's been a fan of for more th ... More >>
Jim RiceLast week, Harvard law nerd John Cochran made what some are calling one of the biggest blindsides in Survivor history by switching allegiances to teammates of the former Upolu Tribe. The move didn't sit well with Denver dispensary owner Jim Rice, who called the rat-faced weasel a cowa ... More >>
Jim RiceAfter weeks of everyone deservedly picking on nerdy law student Cochran for being a scrawny weakling ginger that didn't contribute much of anything to the team (including this medical marijuana critic), he finally snapped like a freckled twig and completely changed the game for Denver ... More >>
Jim RiceLast week, Jim Rice ended up as the hero for his Savaii Tribe after pushing his team to victory in the elimination challenge. This week, though, the role of tribe savior was usurped by his team mate, veteran Ozzy.
Jim Rice.Last week on Survivor, we were given a glimpse at a potential power struggle in the Savaii Tribe orchestrated by dispensary owner Jim Rice. This week, his plan was put to the test and our local guy came out on top -- for now.
Tonight's episode of Survivor got off to a quick start for local medical marijuana dispensary owner Jim Rice, who crafted some pretty big shake-up moves for his tribe within the first two minutes of the episode. Even if it was just with powerless Harvard law nerd Cochran.
Three weeks into Survivorand local medical marijuana dispensary owner Jim Rice continues to stay alive in the competition. Episode three kicked off where episode two ended, with Christine joining Semhar on the actual Redemption Island.
Jim RiceLast week, America was introduced to Jim Rice, former Wall Street suit-turned-poker player-turned-Denver medical marijuana dispensary owner. Jim Rice "survived." And while he quickly became somewhat of a focal point of that episode for causing waves, Rice played it cool this week and positi ... More >>
Jim RicePosing in front of 20 pounds of marijuana got High Level Health/Discount Medical Marijuana owner Jim Rice on Survivor, but strategic moves and a bit of politicking kept him in in, at least through tonight's first episode.
Jim Rice.Denver medical marijuana dispensary owner Jim Rice knew there was no way CBS producers could ignore his taped application for their reality TV show Survivor. "I had, like, twenty pounds of pot surrounding me," he explains. "You know they don't see that every day."
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