As reported CBS scheduled the new reality TV series Undercover Boss right after the Super Bowl XLIV this coming Sunday.
The slot after the Super Bowl is of course guaranteed tons of viewers. Undercover Boss (CBS) is a new reality series that follows high level corporate executives as they slip anonymously into the lowest level jobs within their companies.
One of the bosses the show follows undercover in his business is actually Coby G. Brooks, President and CEO of Hooters of America, Inc. For some weird reason the Hooters boss is not the one that will be featured in the first episode following the Super Bowl.
The Hooters Undercover Boss episode will air on February 14th at 9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT.
The first CEO on Undercover Boss is apparently Waste Management Boss Larry O'Donnell.
I bet more viewers would watch the Hooters boss go undercover after the Super Bowl than getting an inside view of the waste business.
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