If you don't know, feel free to take a guess. I'm talking about the late-60's-or-so muscle-car convertible Guy drives on location in every single episode of "Diners, Drive-In and Dives." What I'm asking is, how does that car get to all of those locations? Does Guy actually drive it himself, back and forth again and again and again, from sea to shining sea and all over the 48? Does some poor schlub of a Food Network intern drive it cross-country for minimum wage? (Or worse, does some unpaid intern do it? And while we're at it -- at exactly what point does this crap with not paying interns cease to be merely disgusting and actually become illegal? Maybe I'll return to that point in another blog post.) Is the car FedEx'd hither and yon while Guy flies first class?
Is it actually several convertibles posing as one, one based in Maine, another in Texas, another in California, another in Memphis and yet another in Boise?
(Yes, it has been a rather slow Friday. And thank you for asking!)