Tom Hannon is a big fan of baseball who decided to make a little field. Hannon built a quarter-size replica of Ebbets Field, the home of the Brooklyn Dodgers, in his Massachusetts front yard. Producer Phoebe Judge visits him.
After years of training, swimmer Kicker Vencill was on the verge of achieving his childhood dream of representing his country at the Olympics. But all that came crashing to a halt when a drug test came back positive for a banned substance. Like many athletes caught cheating, Kicker claimed he was innocent. But unlike most, he was in fact innocent of taking performance-enhancing drugs. Also on the show: a Catholic tradition helps a Jewish woman find her husband - a rabbi.
Katie Uhlaender is a skeleton racer for the US - that means she flies down an icy track on a sled, face first, at high speeds. Katie quickly rose to dominate her sport, and it seemed as though nothing could stop her. Then, in just a few short months, Katie's father passed away from cancer and she sustained an injury that many thought would end her career. Also in this show: Hooker Booker
Passion Richardson and Marion Jones were teammates on the U.S.Olympic 4 x 100 relay team that took home the bronze medal in 2000. Now that Marion Jones has admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs, the U.S. Olympic Committee has asked that Passion return her medal as well. Also on the show: another Olympic sprinter may gain a silver medal in the wake of the Jones confession. Then, a man whittles down his belongings to just 600 things.