California Man Cave Is 'Super Bowl Central'

David Spiller decks out his guest house with NFL memorabilia, fake snow, a fog machine and laser lights.
3:00 | 01/28/14

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A football fan in studio city California can't make it to the Super Bowl this Sunday so he's pretty much the big game to him. David -- -- models homes for a living in and he's remodeled his guest house. And to the ultimate man cave for an NFL fan complete with get this thirteen TV's. Seventy laser -- -- fog machine and even a snow machine at the weather gets bad enough in the meadowlands. Miller says it's not as complicated as it looks he buys jerseys that -- shops and its key he says -- never throw anything away. But don't focus on -- the team colors are green or blue. It's kind of stay away from outages -- things you can console use every year -- for the love of the game and two to finding that there. Spiller admits his approach is a bit extreme. But after all he says the Super Bowl only happens once a year.

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