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TV Party: Road Rage in Houston

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Driving in Houston sucks, and even more so when it's rush hour, when everyone seemingly takes their brains out of their heads and puts them in their glove compartment box. That's why on my "Between the Lines" segment on CW 39's Newsfix, I took a drive during the height of the madness to talk about the miserable experience that it is.

I will say this, the producers took out a majority of the cursing and slamming of the brakes that I was doing, distracted by having a huge camera and CW 39's Shannon Runyon in the passenger seat. Also, watching this makes me happier and happier that I don't get off work for real until later in the evening. God bless the rush-hour warriors, and also, go to Hell where applicable.

Video after the jump.

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