Laila Ali scours the globe to track down the world's most compelling stories, profiling inspirational people, showcasing groundbreaking achievements and extraordinary stories. Exploring the... See full summary »

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Laila Ali scours the globe to track down the world's most compelling stories, profiling inspirational people, showcasing groundbreaking achievements and extraordinary stories. Exploring the world of sports, culture, travel and adventure, All In with Laila Ali steps off the beaten track into uncharted territory inspiring audiences to go all in on their dreams. Written by CBS

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Jousting in Norway?
22 March 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

On her episode airing March 22, 2014, Ms. Ali teased a story of jousting in the countryside of Norway. That sounded unusual to me, as jousting doesn't seem to be a Norwegian "thing." Apparently it isn't. When the segment aired,there was no trace of Norway. Instead, it took place in St. Wendel,Germany. The segment focused solely on a jouster named Luke Binks, who was identified on the screen as an "armor blacksmith." Based on Mr. Binks' accent, he is clearly not an American, but his nationality or country of origin was never mentioned. Nor was any reference to his "blacksmithing." Jouster Binks twice made reference to this event as, "never having been done before - not really for a long time." Hmmm, aren't those two options mutually exclusive? Disappointing. I also noticed that, while poised, Ms. Ali made certain grammatical errors. If this show is supposed to be both Educational and Informative, its writers should fact check (so they can be accurate) and proofread (so they aren't modeling incorrect English). Educational? Not.


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