For the first time on CBS's reality show Undercover Boss, an elected official will
become publicly embarrassed after realizing no one recognizes him go incognito to see first-hand what kind of work his employees do on a day-to-day basis. Cincinnati's Mayor Mark Mallory will be donning some D.L. Hughley dreadlocks, face pelts and a fat suit to get down and dirty with some regular folks. Some of the jobs Mallory will take on include city sanitation, parking enforcement and vehicle/electrical maintenance work.
Previous bosses have ranged from Dave Rife of White Castle to Steve Phelps of NASCAR to Steven Foster of Lucky Strike Lanes. And who could forget the surprisingly innocent CEO of Hooter's, Coby Brooks?
"Wait...They degrade women here?!"
For whatever reason, TV execs think Cincinnati is interesting enough to be featured on reality shows, and if '
The Real Housewives of Cincinnati' 'Police Women of Cincinnati' is any testament, they might be right!
"Do not call me 'baby.'"
What kind of unsavory tasks will Mark Mallory have to perform? How will Cincinnati be portrayed? How do people keep faux-cial hair stuck on for long periods of time without getting itchy? We'll be discussing these issues and more news as it breaks Sunday at 9 p.m. Tune into CBS and join our live chat! Now with more snacks.