Grab a box of tissues, this got our eyes wet.
— Parts Unknown (@PartsUnknownCNN) September 14, 2018
Anthony Bourdain may have left us at the age of 61, but his legacy lives on. Last weekend, CNN released a new trailer for the final season of Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown.
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You can watch the clip on Vulture, in which comedian W. Kamau Bell poignantly discusses traveling with Bourdain for the last completed episode of the show filmed in Nairobi, Kenya. Bell said:
“Everybody who had dreams of traveling with Tony, it’s exactly as cool as you think it is. He wasn’t making TV for TV’s sake. He wasn’t just doing a job. This was his life’s work.”
In the new trailer, the travel buddies overlooks the Kenyan plains while sharing personal reflections regarding traveling. Bourdain revealed his gratitude toward his career, and the chance to see the world:
“Seventeen f***ing years. As soon as the cameras turn off, the crew will be sitting around, we’ll be having a cocktail. I f***ing pinch myself. I cannot f***ing believe that I get to do this.”
Grab a box of tissues, even the trailer got our eyes wet.
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