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He had a role in the drama that lasted only one season due to the 2007-2008 Writers' Guild strike (which took down a lot of up-and-coming shows and put a lot of Long-Runners on hiatus until February 2008).
He even took a spin as a game show host on the game-show ) and close friends with legendary car customizer Chip Foose.
They took many of the bits of the act and adapted it into entire episodes, and other episodes were directly inspired by events from Christopher's life.
Kenny and Hargrove had experience in theater arts and Christopher is a stage performer, so much of the show was structured in that way.
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