Monday, Sept. 26
Twins: Abandoned and Abused: Anderson spends the hour with twins, Kristen and Will Stillman, who endured thirteen years of abuse, torture, and sexual assault by one man and his family. Anderson also speaks with the twins’ mother, who is currently serving sixteen years in prison for knowing about the ongoing abuse and doing nothing to put an end to it. Anderson talks with Kristen and Will about remaining resilient through such horrific circumstances, their current outlook on life, and what they see for their future.
Tuesday, Sept. 27
Anderson’s Food Intervention: Anderson spends the hour exploring why we eat what we eat, including the odd patterns many people have with food consumption. Anderson shares his own relationship with food and for the first time ever in his life, he tries spinach, brussels sprouts, and coffee. Anderson also speaks with one guest who has only eaten hash browns and french fries for the past 50 years. Anderson is joined by author of “The Family Dinner,” Laurie David, who helps him launch the Anderson Family Dinner Challenge, where one’s family has to cook and eat dinner together for five nights in a row.
Wednesday, Sept. 28
“50/50” with Seth Rogen, Joseph Gordon Levitt & Angelica Huston: Anderson is joined by Seth Rogen (Knocked Up), Joseph Gordon Levitt (500 Days of Summer) and Angelica Huston (MEDIUM, SMASH) who discuss their upcoming film, 50/50, a comedy, based on the true story of a 27 year-old man’s cancer diagnosis and his subsequent struggle to beat the disease. 50/50 screenwriter, Will Riser, also joins the cast to discuss the power of healing with humour.
Thursday, Sept. 29
Former FLDS Teens, Plus Kody Brown & “Sister Wives”: Anderson continues the conversation a week later with four former teen members of Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, who offer an introspective view of their former sheltered lives inside FLDS. The four teens also visit the sites around New York City, including H&M, Times Square and Ground Zero and compare what they were taught versus what they have now observed first hand. SISTER WIVES husband Kody Brown, his four wives and some of their children, also join Anderson to discuss the lawsuit they recently filed against Utah’s bigamy law, which makes it a felony to marry or cohabitate with more than one person.
Friday, Sept. 30
Anna Faris: Was My Ex The One?: Anderson speaks with actress Anna Faris (The House Bunny) about her upcoming film, What’s Your Number?, a comedy about a woman who looks back at the past twenty men she's had relationships with in her life and wonders if one of them might be her one true love. Anderson also speaks with real women who are looking at their past relationships to see if they missed “the one.”
Saturday, September 24, 2011
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