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Kurt Warner is the ultimate second-chance story: the Hy-Vee stock boy who became a Super Bowl-winning quarterback.Now, in his post-NFL life, the Burlington, Iowa, native is about to start handing out second chances in a new reality TV series called The Moment.The show documents her tearful conversation with her husband as she vacillates about whether to face her fear of guns and keep chasing her dream or go back to Alabama."There is a lot more to this than just going after a dream," Warner said.

[re wife Brenda, on her advise on his reality-TV hosting] She's always telling me, 'Don't use your hands so much.' I'll try to work on that and then, on "The Moment" , they'll say, 'Go ahead and use your hands more.' I'm trying to find the balance, because I have big hands and I'm a big guy.Participants face series of decisions The title The Moment is a bit of a misnomer. For Marcum, there is the opportunity to train with a veteran sports photographer.But it means spending two weeks away from her family, which leaves her youngest daughter teary-eyed at the thought of being separated from her mother."A rarity: Showing the consequences That notion of wrestling with ambivalence may set The Moment apart from other reality shows that deal in wish fulfillment but rarely show the consequences of sudden, life-changing events brought on by the shows, said Beth Younger, a Drake University English professor who follows popular culture trends.In 2010, the Wall Street Journal reported that five of the homes renovated by the reality show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition ended up in foreclosure.The program, which premieres Thursday on USA Network, shows Warner giving people an opportunity to pursue the career dreams they abandoned because of the compromises imposed by everyday life.