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Nightline #897537

ABC Special for Thursday, Jul 03, 2008

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  • Taped segment with Laura Marquez (ABC), Nepenthe Restaurant Manager Kirk Gafill, Nepenthe Executive Chef Tod Williamson, and Monterey County Strike Team firefighter Scott Myhre, and a brief live discussion between Martin Bashir (ABC) and Marquez re: the California wildfires that are threatening the Nepenthe Restaurant and other Big Sur landmarks.
  • Taped segment with Nick Watt (ABC), University of Sussex Professor George Mather, tennis umpire David Mercer‡, tennis player Vince Spadea‡, Hawkeye operator Luke Aggers, professional tennis player Mike Bryan, and unidentified others re: the new Hawkeye technology used to decide close calls during professional tennis matches.
  • Taped segment with Jeremy Hubbard (ABC), Jason Mitnick‡, and unidentified others re: homeowners who are choosing to purchase fake grass to make their lawns look better.
  • Reporter(s):
    Marquez, Laura;
    Watt, Nick;
    Hubbard, Jeremy

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