The Linndale portion, called "The Most Expected Delay in Northern Ohio," starts at 11:59 mark. Listen to it here.
"Linndale has always been the burr up somebody's ass, ever since I can remember," former Linndale mayor Mike Toczek says in the episode called "Expect Delays."
The portion of I-71 that's in the tiny Village of Linndale, is 400 yards long and takes less than half a minute to drive it.
"For decades, it's been the most aggressively policed stretch of I-71 around," Producer Sean Cole said.
The village has 179 people, 35 houses and 11 businesses and almost a million dollars in speeding violations.
For at least a decade, Linndale has defended its minuscule existence and won political battles to stay open for business.
"Ohio legislature treats [Linndale] as a parasite living off the lead-footedness of Ohioans," Cole said.