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The American version of Undercover Boss shows high-flying executives taking extraordinary steps to ensure their companies are fighting fit by going undercover in their own businesses

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The American version of Undercover Boss shows high-flying executives taking extraordinary steps to ensure their companies are fighting fit by going undercover in their own businesses

Series 5 Summary

Series five of the programme in which top US executives don disguises to go undercover in their own companies to find out how well they are functioning.

  • Episode 1

    Randy DeWitt, co-founder and CEO of sports bar and grill chain Twin Peaks, goes undercover posing as a contestant on a reality TV competition who wants to win money to start his own business

  • Episode 2

    Steven Newman, CEO of Loehmann's department stores, goes undercover posing as an aspiring entrepreneur in a reality TV contest who is trying to win money to start up his own firm

  • Episode 3

    Jane Grote Abell, Chairwoman of Donatos Pizza and daughter of the company's founder, goes undercover posing as a contestant on a reality TV show who is trying to win money to open her own restaurant

  • Episode 4

    Anthony Wedo, President and CEO of buffet restaurant organisation Buffets Inc., poses as a construction worker taking part in a reality TV competition to win money to start up his own firm

  • Episode 5

    Amit Kleinberger, CEO of frozen yogurt chain Menchie's, goes undercover in his own firm posing as a participant in a reality TV contest who is trying to win money to fund and develop a new business

  • Episode 6

    Paul Quentel, President of Alfred Angelo, the second largest bridal retailer in the USA, goes undercover in his own company posing as a personal trainer who is competing in a reality TV show

  • Episode 7

    Mike Bloom, President and COO of discount retail chain Family Dollar, dons a disguise to go incognito among his own staff to see where the firm is excelling and where it needs improvement.

  • Episode 8

    Travis Boersma, co-founder and President of Dutch Bros., the largest privately owned drive-through coffee shop chain in the USA, goes undercover posing as a reality TV show contestant

  • Episode 9

    Ex-undercover boss Eric Casaburi brings together six former participants in the series who were either 'busted', 'nearly busted' or 'self-busted' while working in disguise among their own employees

  • Episode 10

    Shane Evans is COO of Massage Heights, one of the biggest massage therapy chains in America. She goes undercover posing as a participant in a reality TV contest trying to win money for the business.

  • Episode 11

    Bruce 'Two Dogs' Bozsum, Chairman of the Board of Mohegan Sun, a Native American gaming and entertainment empire owned and operated by the Mohegan tribe of Connecticut, goes undercover

  • Episode 12

    Joe DiDomizio, President and CEO of Hudson Group, a travel retailer that operates newsstands, bookshops and cafés in transportation terminals, goes incognito among his own employees

  • Episode 13

    Greg Miller, CEO of the Larry H Miller Group of Companies and co-owner of the Utah Jazz, goes undercover as a competitor in a reality television contest who is aiming to win a dream job

  • Episode 14

    Former undercover bosses Amit Kleinberger, Randy DeWitt and Steve Greenbaum take another look inside their firms by sending employees Jenny, Marissa and Belton undercover in their place

  • Episode 15

    Jeff Platt, President and CEO of entertainment and fitness business Sky Zone, a chain of indoor trampoline parks, goes undercover in his own company posing as a contestant on a reality TV competition

Undercover Boss USA synopsis

The American version of Undercover Boss shows high-flying executives taking extraordinary steps to ensure their companies are fighting fit by going undercover in their own businesses

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