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Utah Jazz’s Greg Miller bounces into ‘Undercover Boss’
TV » Reluctant TV star takes tickets, sells hot dogs, joins dunk team, learns lessons.

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The disguise took about three hours the first time. One woman fitted Miller with a wig and then trimmed it. Another did the beard, stained his teeth and fitted him with contact lenses. And he was fitted with a false paunch.

"Then I walked out where my family was waiting for me, and they were all surprised at the transformation," Miller said. "And they laughed."

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Greg Miller’s episode of “Undercover Boss” airs Friday, Feb. 28, at 7 p.m. on CBS/Ch. 2.

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The disguise was fairly easy. The harder part of being the "Undercover Boss" was the stint on the dunk team. When the time came to perform, he was sore from the workout and starting to get sick.

"I was concerned enough during the warm-ups that I had to call for a wardrobe check just so that I could get out of the practice," Miller said. "I was afraid if I kept practicing, I wouldn’t have enough energy to actually dunk during the game."


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