The fall guy episodes youtube

If you're like me, you've been watching a lot of "The Fall Guy" on Youtube. When I was a kid in the 70s / 80s I liked the show a lot, but I always missed the bionics Lee Majors had in The Six Million Dollar Man. Now that I've hit puberty, I bet that Colt Seavers wished he had a bionic eye to use on Jody (Heather Thomas). That show was great. Real stunts, roll bars on trucks, Heather Thomas, plot holes the size of Houston, and more 80s cheese than you could eat in a lifetime. I've also watched a few episodes of "The Rockford Files" on netflix. Its obvious that the Rockford Files was written for a more mature audience, and Fall Guy was written for the same demographic as "Six Million Dollar Man", i.e. 10-12 year old boys. Anyways.... the 80s rocked.

Heather Thomas! Damn.

I used to watch that with my dad. It's on Hulu I believe.
Well, I never spent much time in school but I've taught ladies plenty
Well, I never spent much time in school but I've taught ladies plenty
Well, I'm not the kind to kiss and tell,
But I've been seen with Farrah.
I've never been with anything less than a nine, so fine.
Fall Guy and Simon & Simon
Markie Post was incredible too. 80's was a great time to be a kid.

Heather Thomas! Damn.

And I got not one, but TWO handfuls of that.
I have to admit that when Heather Thomas came out in the intro song was one of the weekly highlights of my early teen life:

Had this poster as well.
Urban Ag- I just saw the episode from your first picture this weekend. I was going to screen capture that same shot to showcase the show's greatness!
The other hot Heather

^She has aged better for sure. Still smoking hot IMO.
I agree completely

She also didn't end up being a coke fiend or get hit by a car.
Had this poster as well.
I had that poster got quite a workout
I don't want to know what that means
It means what you think it means
Heather be thy name, schwing, yada-yada......

FYI - she apparently has an underage daughter.
Heather be thy name, schwing, yada-yada......

FYI - she apparently has an underage daughter.
who is also quite beautiful.
Fall Guy tv show and Heather Thomas. I watched it growing up
Had this poster as well.
What I would give to be five years old again.
Great googly moogly!

The wisest bit of advice I've ever heard was from an Ag teacher at a cattle judging contest. we were talking genetics and how to pick the right heifers for your herd. Anyway, if given the opportunity, the importance of checking out the mom on the first date cannot be stressed enough......and it's so true.
Ryan - what happened man????

Ryan - what happened man????

I grabbed her boobs. Both of them.
Ryan - what happened man????
I grabbed her boobs. Both of them.
Child plz...

you haven't grabbed a boob since yo momma grabbed you off hers
Just search TexAgs for the story.
I remember thinking Heather Thomas was the greatest thing on Earth. As a pre-pubescent 8 year old, I didn't understand why I was so mesmerized with her at the time, but I knew she was awesome.

My dad always says that he couldn't wait to watch the Fall Guy every week because my infatuation with Heather Thomas was so hilarious.
I was a little older but right there with you. Odd as it is though, i didnt remember Markie Post was even on that show. She's pretty hot but heather thomas was all i was looking at.

List of The Fall Guy episodes

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seasonTitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date921"Dead Ringer"Don MedfordSam Egan & Andrew SchneiderSeptember 26, 1985 (1985-09-26)

In his first assignment for bail bondswoman Pearl Sperling, Colt travels to Vegas where his quarry, an expert forger named Claude Purcell, is enrolled in an Elvis impersonation contest and takes on a gang that is forcing Purcell to forge a wealthy man's will.

Guest Stars: Steven Keats, Kirk Wall, Nedra Volz, Alex Kubik and Greg Mullavey.

Special Guest appearance by Mickey Gilley.

Special Cameo appearance by David Carradine932"The King of the Stuntmen"Bernard McEveetyDavid Garber & Bruce E. KalishOctober 3, 1985 (1985-10-03)

While competing in a contest for stuntmen, Colt foils a plot to rob the hotel's safe and also gets a chance to clear things up with a fellow competitor and old friend who had been blaming Colt for losing his girlfriend.

Guest Stars: Geoffrey Lewis, Teri Austin, Michael MacRea, Rion Hunter, Sam Ingraffia, John Dennis Johnston, Peter Breck and Ted Dawson.943"Femme Fatale"Alan Crosland, Jr.Sam EganOctober 10, 1985 (1985-10-10)

A reluctant Howie has to pose as a female impersonator to infiltrate a Bakersfield club where the sole witness to a crime is hiding in disguise to protect himself, and while Colt and a bullying FBI agent strive to trap the killer who is aiming to silence the witness, Howie has to stave off an unwanted admirer.

Guest Stars: Scott Baio, Alan Fudge, Stacey Nelkin, Harvey Jason, Nedra Volz, Judd Omen, James "Gypsy" Haake, Wolf Muser and Steven Elliott.954"A Fistful of Lire"Hollingsworth MorseAndrew SchneiderOctober 17, 1985 (1985-10-17)

While working in Italy, Howie falls for a local girl working in the movie set and her brother invites Colt to their village. But when they get there, they soon learn that the brother wants to pit them against a powerful local gangster in the pursuit of a treasure of wartime loot hidden in the nearby mountains.

Guest Stars: Robert Desiderio, Eddie Zammit, James Luisi and Clare Kirkconnell.965"The Life of Riley"Larry ElikannDavid Garber & Bruce KalishNovember 30, 1985 (1985-11-30)

Colt drives to a Sacramento motel to nab a young man charged with vandalism who implores Colt to help him trace his kidnapped daughter using the only clue he has and when Colt obliges, they soon stumble onto an adoption ring that may be involved.

Guest Stars: Peter Barton, Stanley Kamel, Charles Boswell, Frank Hamilton and Nedra Volz.976"October the 32nd"Georg FenadySam EganDecember 7, 1985 (1985-12-07)

Elvira and company are filming a horror movie in an old haunted mansion during a storm and have to deal with an escaped mental patient.

Guest Stars: Cassandra Peterson, Chris Humphreys, Tony Steedman, Vernon Wells, Doug McClure, Ian Wolfe and Vincent Schiavelli.987"Seavers: Dead or Alive"Bruce KesslerStory by : Michael Poryes & Frederick Rappaport
Teleplay by : Frederick RappaportDecember 14, 1985 (1985-12-14)

As he is about to testify against a powerful member of a syndicate, Colt gets framed on a drugs charge and needs to vindicate himself by finding the woman who tricked him and also stave off an old enemy, a disgraced bounty hunter who is thirsting to settle scores with Colt.

Guest Stars: Bo Svenson, William Prince, Suzanne Barnes, Nedra Volz and Frank Koppala.998"Escape Claus"Bruce BilsonStory by : Philip John Taylor
Teleplay by : Philip John Taylor & Douglas Heyes, Jr.December 21, 1985 (1985-12-21)

Colt and the gang turn good Samaritans around Christmas eve as they help a part-time Santa Claus evade a bunch of gangsters who are after the stolen government bonds in his possession, and use the reward money from the bonds to help an orphanage from being shut down.

Guest Stars: Bernard Fox, Lynn Whitfield, Tom Hallick, Judith Barsi and Robert Donner.1009"No Rms., Ocean Vu."Hollingsworth MorseStory by : Carol Saraceno
Teleplay by : Carol Saraceno & Andrew Schneider & Douglas Heyes, Jr.January 4, 1986 (1986-01-04)

While shooting some commercials in the Caribbean, a reluctant Colt has to escort a rich, haughty woman to a publicity event and a botched attempt to rob her jewels leaves her and Colt stranded on a desolate island.

Guest Stars: Cindy Morgan, Christopher Neame, Danny Wells and M.C Gainey.10110"Miami's Nice"Hollingsworth MorseDavid Garber & Bruce KalishJanuary 10, 1986 (1986-01-10)

Colt's vacation in Miami goes awry when he is enticed by an attractive woman to go on a bounty hunt and finds himself caught between a relentless federal drugs enforcement agent and a ruthless mob family that he is seeking to bust. Guest Stars: Terry Kiser, Frank Annese, Michael Ansara, Robert Gray and Abraham Alvarez.

Special Cameo appearance by Jack Carter.10211"Reunion"Bruce KesslerSam Egan & Tom BenkoJanuary 17, 1986 (1986-01-17)

Colt reconnects with his old flame Laura at his high-school reunion and when Laura's brother gets robbed of a heap of jewels and then Laura gets abducted, Colt suspects a link between the two incidents.

Guest Stars: Sherry Rooney, Mills Watson, Kenneth Gray, Dana Gladstone, James Sloyan and Bo Hopkins.10312"Trial by Fire"Daniel HallerDouglas Heyes, Jr.January 24, 1986 (1986-01-24)

While in Bangkok for some routine stunt work, Colt is revisited by his war-time past as he embarks on a daredevil mission along with a former soldier to rescue their ex-comrade who was presumed dead but is being held in a prison camp in Cambodia.

Guest Stars: Dennis Haysbert, Michael Greene and Clyde Kusatsu.10413"In His Shadow"Lindsley Parsons IIIDavid Garber & Bruce KalishJanuary 31, 1986 (1986-01-31)

Colt has a surprise visit from an unloving son borne with a former girlfriend and tries hard to reconcile with him and also has to rescue him from the bad company of a car-stealing ring.

Guest Stars: Lee Majors II, Ben Marley, Kene Holliday, Castulo Guerra, Jeffrey Josephson and Ji-Tu Cumbaka.10514"The Lucky Stiff"Georg FenadyStory by : Thomas G. Edwards
Teleplay by : David Garber & Bruce Kalish & Thomas G. EdwardsFebruary 7, 1986 (1986-02-07)

A depressed loser takes out a contract for his own murder so his wife will get his life insurance money but then wins a big lottery and Colt tries to save him from the hitmen he hired who now want to fleece him out of his winnings.

Guest Stars: Randolph Mantooth, Rebecca Balding, Robert Fuller and Arthur Burghardt.10615"Beach Blanket Bounty"Daniel HallerAndrew SchneiderFebruary 21, 1986 (1986-02-21)

While in Miami for some stunt work by the beach, Colt takes up an assignment to grab a bail jumper who has been charged with industrial espionage and is in the vicinity, but needs some help from a struggling music band to nail the culprit while he tries to sell off stolen design plans of an aviation engine to a fence.

Guest Stars: Members of Sha Na Na, Grant Aleksander, Paul Mantee and Oliver Clark.

Special Guest appearance by Pat Boone.10716"The Last Chance Platoon"Hollingsworth MorseSam Egan & Andrew SchneiderFebruary 28, 1986 (1986-02-28)

Colt gets drafted into the army by an old friend Colonel Rick to work undercover as the leader of a platoon of misfits and find those responsible for stealing army supplies from the base.

Guest Stars: Jeff Pomerantz, Steve Jamieson, Clu Gulager, Jim Greenleaf, Dennis Ott, Anthony James, Leslie Jordan, Beau Billingslea, Curtis Taylor and Dennis Patrick.10817"I Now Pronounce You ... Dead"Daniel HallerJohn Alan Schwartz & E. Paul EdwardsMarch 7, 1986 (1986-03-07)

Pearl presses Colt to grab a conman at his wedding in San Diego and when he slips away under chaos, Colt is led to a trail of several women who have been tricked by the conman into marrying him and also has to get the better of the conman's other foes.

Guest Stars: George Wyner, Suzanna Marshall, John Aprea, D.D. Howard, Nedra Volz and Ava Lazar10918"Two on a Skip"Tom ConnorsStory by : David Garber & Bruce Kalish
Teleplay by : Douglas Heyes, Jr.March 21, 1986 (1986-03-21)

After the first bounty-hunter who was sent to nab a suspect seems to be procrastinating, bail bondsman Trench sends Colt to San Francisco to track them both and Colt soon gets drawn into a crooked deal involving a stash of stolen armor and mob money that the first bounty-hunter covets.

Guest Stars: Larry Riley, Willard Pugh, Robert Miranda, Beau Starr, Martin McCoo and Robert Donner.11019"The Lady in Green"Bruce BilsonBill KraftMarch 28, 1986 (1986-03-28)

With Colt in hospital for a knee surgery, Howie and Jody reluctantly team up with an ex-actor and his pal, who used to play a crime-fighting duo in their movies, in probing a murder that the actor witnessed at a museum, and a recuperating Colt soon joins in.

Guest Stars: Hurd Hatfield, Eddie Deezen, Sid Melton, Maurice Marsac, Beverly Archer and Lloyd Bochner.11120"Tag Team"Daniel HallerStory by : David Garber & Bruce Kalish
Teleplay by : Andrew Schneider & Douglas Heyes, Jr.April 4, 1986 (1986-04-04)

Colt is uneasy after becoming the owner of two brawny, unkempt wrestlers through a poker game but after some professional training by Howie, they come in handy for snagging a counterfeiter who is being shielded by a couple of mobsters.

Guest Stars: Dana Hill, Elisha Cook Jr, Red West, Jay S. York, Jerry Potter, Tim Rossovich, Robert Tessier, Donnie Warwick, Peter Iacangelo and Robert Donner.11221"War on Wheels"Don MedfordStory by : Chuck Tately & Kevin White
Teleplay by : Douglas Heyes, Jr.April 11, 1986 (1986-04-11)

Colt is in the Kentucky countryside for a movie when Pearl persuades him to go after a biker gang leader and it leads to Colt and the gang being holed up in a desolate, soon to be demolished town whose sole inhabitants are a woman and her grandfather, all of them surrounded by dangerous bikers.

Guest Stars: Keenan Wynn, Sonny Landham, Jeannetta Arnette, Jim Staskel, Paul Drake and Nedra Volz.11322"The Bigger They Are"Hollingsworth MorseStephen GlantzMay 2, 1986 (1986-05-02)

A cop wants evidence against a club owner who sells PCP to kids, and Colt and the team help him put these dealers away. Also Colt and the cop help a teenage boy learn to fight after he tells colt he's been bullied by a local gang.

Guest Stars: Tony Burton, Marc Alaimo, Jon Matthews, Billy Drago, Leigh Christian, Mickey Morton and Marvin Kaplan.
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Inside the rise of Nikocado Avocado, the extreme-eating YouTuber whose meltdowns have disrupted an online community

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  • Nikocado Avocado is a 28-year-old YouTube star known for extreme eating videos.
  • The YouTuber has made a name for himself by filming emotionally turbulent videos.
  • In December 2019, accusations from another creator sparked discord in the YouTube community. 
  • Nikocado Avocado, whose real name is Nicholas Perry, has denied those claims.
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

Nicholas Perry, known as Nikocado Avocado to his over 3 million YouTube subscribers across his various channels, has made a name for himself in the extreme-eating vlogger community.

Since 2016, Perry's consumption of entire fast-food menus (often accompanied by his pet parrot) has captured the rapt attention of a YouTube audience. He is known as a mukbanger, someone who posts videos of themselves eating or binging large amounts of food online.

In 2020, the 28-year-old, who posts a video almost every day, garnered attention for his months-long feud with fellow YouTubers who accused him of abusive behavior during a collaboration video, which he later denied to Insider. Perry's controversial response videos in the wake of the accusation had subscribers — and an entire YouTube community — concerned. 

Perry has continued to post wild videos and stunts, building a large platform around his controversies. 

In a September video, Perry said that he had broken three ribs while filming a video and was bedridden. 

Here's what to know about the creator.  

Nicholas Perry was born on May 19, 1992, in Ukraine. He said he was adopted shortly thereafter and grew up in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.


The vlogger told YouTuber Trisha Paytas that he learned of his adoption early on and struggled to make sense of his biological parents' decision. As a result, he said he acted out and received mental health interventions as a child.

"I was in and out of therapy since I was, like, 5 [years old]," Perry told his fellow mukbanger in a 2019 interview for Paytas' podcast The Dish With Trish.

"I would just, like, always want attention," he said. "I wanted the spotlight." 

Perry also told Paytas that he'd been prescribed antidepressants when he was 7 years old. Later, as a preteen, he said, he was diagnosed with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) and OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder).



Before the YouTube star's online career began, he planned on pursuing music.


On Paytas' podcast, the vlogger opened up about his pre-YouTube career working as a freelance violinist. Living in New York at age 21, Perry had dreams of playing in the pit orchestra for a Broadway show. 

While he had the musical talent, he explained, it was difficult to make a living in a city of talented and competitive musicians.

"I was just a small, little fish in a huge sea," he said.

While living in New York, Perry met his husband, Orlin Home.


According to a video Perry posted in 2016, the pair first met in a Facebook group for vegan men.

After several months of communication, the two met up in New York when Home made the trip up from Colombia for the Woodstock fruit festival. 

The two began as friends (although Perry arrived for their first meeting wearing a tuxedo to serenade Home) but their relationship evolved after they traveled together in central America, Home said.

Perry began posting YouTube videos in 2014 as a vegan vlogger.


Before he was known for videos of consuming entire fast-food menus, the YouTuber frequently filmed videos about his vegan lifestyle.

Perry posted a video in 2016 explaining why he no longer wanted to be a vegan YouTuber, citing his changing beliefs about consuming animal products and his frustration with the "vegan community." 

"What is with vegans?" he asked in the clip, "I'm never 'vegan enough' [for them]."

Years later, Perry opened up to Trisha Paytas about the effect he believes veganism had on his health. 

"I had a rotted tooth, a vitamin B-12 deficiency, and I developed hypoglycemia," he told the YouTuber on her podcast. "I don't know if it was directly related to veganism, but I'd never had it before."

Perry's videos received online attention for reasons beyond his food consumption. Subscribers were guaranteed melodrama.


"Junk food has made me crazy. I have episodes of manic where like, everything seems really hard for me, " the YouTuber told Trisha Paytas. "I'm like a tornado."

Perry frequently posts videos with thumbnail images of himself sobbing into trays of food. Some titles include "nobody likes me, i'm done" and "my life is falling apart."

Perry said that he's always been dramatic and chooses to take advantage of his low moments for YouTube success.

"I'm just like 'well, fuck it, everyone already hates me' or 'I'm already dramatic, lemme just grab the camera and film it,'" he explained. 

He went on to acknowledge in the podcast that his emotionally turbulent videos generate the highest number of views.

"They like when I'm upset, they like when I'm crying, they like when I'm hyper," he said, adding that he intentionally makes video titles "clickbaity." 

Perry's YouTube drama escalated in December 2019 when another mukbanger accused him of abusive behavior.


In a video posted to Perry's channel in December 2019, the YouTuber collaborated with mukbangers Stephanie Soo and Zach Choi. In the clip, the three vloggers joked with each other while consuming a massive quantity of spicy noodles.

Four days after Perry posted the collaboration, Soo posted a video titled "Why I Am Scared Of Nikocado Avocado," in which she described feeling unsafe with Perry in the past and while filming the collaboration. Soo also accused Perry of sending her harassing texts and taking photos from inside her home when she briefly left the room. Within hours, the video received hundreds of thousands of views (and has reached over 12 million views at the time of this post).

Perry denied allegations that he was abusive in an email to Insider.

Soo's allegations against Perry inspired a series of increasingly lengthy back-and-forth videos between the two, who produced text messages and video footage to refute each other's claims. 

The videos have received millions of views and the comments sections are flooded with support for Soo and disdain for Perry. 

"You are such a horrible, toxic person. You deserve none of the success you've had," one commenter wrote on Perry's page. 

Perry's videos recapping the aftermath of the feud had subscribers concerned for his mental health.


In a January 2020 video titled "We Broke Up," a visibly-distraught Perry blamed the negative comments and YouTube drama for the demise of his relationship with his husband.

"All of your comments over the last month are seeping into his head and he is questioning us as a couple," he said. "And it's all because of YouTube."

In another video titled "Orlin left me, I hate myself, Goodbye youtube & life," one of seven videos Perry uploaded within the week, the YouTuber sobbed while discussing his breakup and his desire to quit vlogging (while consuming vast quantities of Taco Bell). 

The comments section of the video quickly filled with subscribers noting the escalation from Perry's typical YouTube theatrics and concern for his mental health. 

"This isn't even funny or entertaining anymore," one commenter wrote. "This is just disturbing and weird."

Perry, however, showed no signs of slowing down. Soon after his feud with Soo, the YouTuber declared a new online enemy — and enraged subscribers by forgetting Kobe Bryant's name.


In the video, titled "David dobrik STOLE from me, the truth," Perry called out his newest "enemy": YouTuber David Dobrik. Dobrik's offense? Seemingly, having a Tesla and giving away cars in viral videos, which Perry watched from his iPhone while filming.  

"I watched this in bed today," Perry said through tears, "and I broke down. That was supposed to be me." 

He went on to accuse Dobrik of "stealing [his] DNA" and "[his] future."

While devouring Panda Express noodles for the camera, Perry brought up the recent death of Kobe Bryant — forgetting the NBA legend's name.

After the video was posted, viewers called for Perry's removal from the platform.

"You should not be allowed to have a platform to promote hate speech and lies," one commenter wrote. "I think it's time for YouTube to take your page Man."

One Ohio-based viewer even created a petition titled "Remove Nikocado Avocado From YouTube" that received thousands of signatures. 


As Perry received more public attention in early 2020, he decided to capitalize on the fame by creating an OnlyFans account.


After taking to Twitter to tease the possibility of parlaying YouTube fame into adult content creation, Perry created an OnlyFans account where subscribers pay $14.99 a month for explicit photos and videos. 

Another video in which Perry called himself "Jesus" had viewers concerned again.


In an April 2020 video, titled "Jesus Is Coming Soon, He Spoke To Me," Perry had viewers wondering whether he's simply trolling his subscribers or if the mukbanger is struggling emotionally. 

"I'm just here. And I'm just stuck in this mess," Perry said in the 17-minute clip. "It's like I'm trapped."

He went on to cry, rip up paper, reference the Olsen twins, bemoan the color of his Invisalign, and film close-up shots of his face.

"God talked to me in a dream. I saw Jesus and he told me the secrets of the world. God Bless everyone," Perry captioned the video. 

In one day, the video received over 60,000 views and thousands of comments from viewers — several of which compared him to fellow mukbanger Trisha Paytas and speculated about his mental health.

"I can't tell if you're pulling a Trisha Paytas or this is a genuine psychosis-like episode," one commenter wrote. "It's so concerning how far Youtubers are from reality."

"This is the first video that actually scared me," another added. "I'm legit scared."



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