What began as a one 15-min segment of O'Dell's popular skateboarding Web TV show grew into a documentary series when the subject, skating great John Cardiel, proved to have far more to say than could fit in the short format. O'Dell gets Cardiel to share his life history; from his Grass Valley, CA roots to his ascension to the top of his sport and the tour van accident that nearly left him paralyze
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Have you watched Epicly Later'd - John Cardiel yet? What did you think about it?