In her own life, Brooke learns her engagement registry at a department store has been cancelled after three-plus years, making her wonder if things with her fiancé Paul will ever progress.
Elsewhere, Clark, Emma, and Mason have to wear fitness watches for a future article, and have a contest to see who can move the least.
After multiple lawsuits and battles, they came to an agreement with Jeff paying .3 million.
It was recorded as one of the most expensive divorces in sports history. Gordon gave birth to a child whose father is James Dixon II of Charlotte. Talking about her present relationship status of Sealey, she married Mullins Mcleod, a former South Carolina gubernatorial candidate.
Brooke Sealey's ex-husband Jeff Gordon began his professional racing career in the Busch Series with Hugh Connerty Racing which was followed by Bill Davis Racing.
Jack and Brooke hold a meeting with Emma to scold her about her tardiness and work habits, causing Emma to quit.
Jack Gordon, a field reporter who has traveled the world to write stories for Outdoor Limits magazine, learns that the publication has gone to an online-only format.
He is asked to stay in the office and supervise a group of millennials who are well-versed in Web publishing but clueless about the outdoors.
She came into the limelight after dating and marrying the former car racer, Jeff Gordon and now an announcer for Fox NASCAR.
Sealey again grabbed the attention of the media with a very expensive divorce with Jeff. She holds the North American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.