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Kassie DePaiva from One Life to Live is today's guest co-host. Bob Saget, who's best known as Danny Tanner on the hit sitcom Full House, introduced us to his role in the off-Broadway play Privilege. Ellen Barkin discusses her return to the silver screen in the new film Palindromes.Read More
Robin Roberts from Good Morning America sits in as the guest co-host today. Jaclyn Smith, from television's Charlie's Angels, joined this morning's program to discuss her latest made-for-TV movie Ordinary Miracles. James Earl Jones and Leslie Uggams discussed their collaborative effort, the Broadway production of On Golden Pond. Classical singer Katherine Jenkins closed the show by performing Time To Say Goodbye off of her new album La Diva.Read More
Mila Kunis, star of ""That 70's Show"" is a special guest co-host. Weight Watchers spokesperson The Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson, revealed this season's hot new line of swimsuit fashions. Rosie O'Donnell talks about her new movie ""Riding the Bus with my Sister"". Neve Campbell, of Party of Five and the Scream trilogy fame, visits to discuss The Epilepsy Bill of Rights, a project that's close to her heart.Read More
Mila Kunis is the guest co-host. Cynthia Nixon visits to discuss her new project, an HBO original movie ""Warm Springs"", in which Cynthia will portray the legendary First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt. The most recent addition to Wisteria Lane, Lesley Ann Warren, stops by to dish about the hit series Desperate Housewives. Jo Dee Messina sings her latest single ""My Give a Damn's Busted"", off of her new album ""Delicious Surprise"".Read More
Brooke Shields guest hosts and discusses her struggles with post-partum depression as chronicled in her new book, Down Came the Rain. Fran Drescher is back in primetime in a brand new sitcom called Living with Fran. James Caviezel, who played Jesus in The Passion of Christ, is back on the big screen once again in an inspiring new film, Madison.Read More