Watch Jay Leno's Garage

Jay Leno is the former talk show host and well known car owner. Leno shows his love of cars with his series Jay Leno's Garage. This show was developed for TV after his Tonight Show exodus. Leno's Garage of course stars Jay Leno, and his notable car collection along with various celebrity guest stars who are friends of his. A recent episode featured Tim Allen who is a fellow car enthusiast. Jay shows off his various cars and discusses them with his celebrity friends.

Another episode featured Jay with a Harley-Davidson F-150, a luxury vehicles he's auctioning off to benefit the Multiple Sclerosis Society. The show has a different story line and featured car every week and focuses on the vehicles favorited by Leno. The TV show is a bit like Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars getting coffee..but unlike Seinfeld, Jay is a serious car collector and knows a great deal about all of his vehicles and can discuss them in depth.

Wednesday 10:00 PM et/pt on CNBC
5 Seasons, 52 Episodes
October 7, 2015
Cast: Jay Leno, Donald Osborne
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Jay Leno's Garage Full Episode Guide

  • Ken Block shows off his rally-racing chops at his Utah spread, and takes Jay for a ride in his Group B car; Jay and Matt Farah learn more about racing at Dirt Fish rally school in Seattle; Jay meets a group of motorcyclists who take an annual road trip in honor of Bessie Stringfield, the first female African-American motorcyclist to cross the country; Pierre Bogros shows Jay his Airstream trailer; Jay learns about the Land Rover with Dana Williamson of the Petersen Automotive Museum.

  • Josh Duhamel drives Jay's 1963 split-window Corvette, and then paces a race in a new ZR1; Jay goes for a ride in the record-breaking Koenigsegg Agera RS; Chuck Zito shows Jay his heavily modified '57 Chevy called "The Beast from the East"; Jay meets an 81-year-old woman with an original Shelby 350.

  • Chris Evans shows off his 1967 Camaro restoration; Bodie Stroud explains how he gives cars a second chance; Adam Carolla takes a spin in a Porsche 935 racecar that was driven by Paul Newman; Jay heads to EV West, where vintage cars are getting updated with electric engine.

  • A look at the love of cars and how it begins features recollections by Mitt Romney and "Weird Al" Yankovic. Also: a tribute to Johnny Carson; the history of Tesla.

  • In this episode, Jay proves that you don't have to be old enough to have your driver's license to love cars! He meets a fearless stunt driver who goes head-to-head with her own stunt-driving dad. He then heads to the karting track to meet some of the most competitive--and tiniest--drivers in the sport. He also meets with young innovators, like a kid who built his own electric car using spare parts, and a high-schooler who restored a vintage tractor and won a ten thousand dollar grand prize! And who says racecar drivers have to have their high school diploma? Jay will meet some of the cutest--and fiercest--kids in the car world.

  • Richard Carpenter shows off his car collection that's five decades in the making; Tyler Perry discusses his love for luxury cars and airplanes. Also: Jay talks to Roger Penske about the rebirth of Detroit; and rides in Rod Emory's meticulously crafted Outlaw Porsche.

  • Jay and Trevor Noah take a ride in a Lamborghini Aventador; Chris Runge shows off a car that's so low he has to drive it lying down; Rick Dore shows Jay the cars of the steampunk movement.

  • Jay crushes things in a tank with Arnold Schwarzenegger; and rides in a dwarf replica car with Brad Garrett. Also: a tour of the Lane Motor Museum's wackiest micro cars; a look at a new Hennessey truck named after a dinosaur.

  • Chris Hardwick joins Jay for a ride in the DeLorean time machine from "Back to the Future"; Jay drives what is possibly the most dangerous one-off car ever made with Jason Torchinsky; Jeff Dunham shows off his "Hard Hat" car, which is so complicated it requires two people to drive it; Jay goes off-roading in a radically engineered truck with a Mohawk designed by the Fab Fours; Jay drives the Gypsy Rose, a car credited with starting the low-riding craze in East L.A.

  • Sports stars and their cars, including Terry Bradshaw, who competes with Jay on a drag strip, Josh Norman, who takes Jay for a ride in his Cobra Jet, are featured. Also: Jay surprises Bubba Watson with KITT from "Knight Rider"; Jay and Billy Crystal go for a drive in Muhammad Ali's Alfa Romeo; Bill Goldberg shows off his Thunderbird.

  • Craig Ferguson teaches Jay how to be a rebel in a British mail delivery car; NASCAR Hall of Famer Ray Evernham talks about bootlegging. Also: a hot rod Rolls-Royce; a Dodge Hellcat trapped in a Prius body.

  • Jeff Foxworthy competes against Jay in a luxury-car race with a blue-collar twist; Bucky Lasek teaches Jay about desert orienteering; Jay participates in a cliffside exercise with the Montrose Search and Rescue team. Also: an off-road adventure to visit endangered condors.

  • Jay goes to Detroit, where he and Tim Allen take a trip down memory lane on Woodward Avenue. Later, Jay tests GM's newest Corvette; learns about Motown from Martha Reeves; and takes a ride in a "mutant vehicle" built by a Motor City native.

  • Jay smashes appliances with a massive robot; drives an upside-down Camaro in San Francisco; and meets a man and his cat copilot in their modified Jaguar with a Lear jet trailer. Also: Guy Fieri shows off his car collection; Terry Crews is the guest announcer.

  • Jamie Foxx shows Jay that he's no baby driver when it comes to doing his own stunts. Then Jay and Bond stunt driver Ben Collins recreate the iconic chase scene from "The Spy Who Loved Me." Jay gets an exclusive look at the original Mustang Steve McQueen drove in the film "Bullitt." And musician James Taylor gets reunited with the car from his cult classic film "Two Lane Blacktop." It's an action-packed look at the cars that co-star in some of our favorite films.

  • This episode is all about getting every sense of the word. Jay teaches punk rocker Johnny Rotten how to drive, and director Michael Mann shows Jay how 1930's gangsters got away.

  • Bill Burr shows off his 1965 Buick Riviera; Adam Carolla hits the track in his Paul Newman-owned race car. Also: Jay checks out the Nissan GT Academy, where video gamers can compete to become actual race-car drivers; and drives up the highest road on the East Coast-in a vintage steam car.

  • Rocker Dee Snider races a Dodge Demon on a drag strip, while Jessi Combs, the fastest woman on four wheels, checks out a Bugatti Chiron. Also: Jay explores how a new electric sports car can achieve top speeds.

  • Race-car driver Ben Collins helps Jay push a new Hyundai Kona to its limits on a high-impact test track. Meanwhile, Jay spotlights some vehicles that are too powerful for the average road, including revolutionary tanks and robots at Howe & Howe Technologies and a truck built with a Cessna airplane engine; and competes against off-road racer Bryce Menzies in a wacky soapbox race.

  • Arnold Schwarzenegger shows off his electric G-Wagen. Also: Jay drives a pair of outlandish turbine vehicles; and explores the military's use of hydrogen.

  • Jay Leno explores the various reasons people may put themselves, and their vehicles, in harm's way. First, he hangs out with people who like danger just for the thrill, like Travis Pastrana and his action sport collective, Nitro Circus. Next, he meets someone who faces her fears for money: famous stunt driver Debbie Evans.

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