First up was a segment on polyamory; an extraordinary family in which the woman has two boyfriends living in her home and is raising a child fathered by one of the two men. A former girlfriend of one of the men joined on stage and in the discussion about why this kind of relationship is not right for her. The audience weighed in with questions. And then, a woman currently dating one of the two men was Skyped in. She has a partner she's raising two children with who apparently approves. Yikes! A relationship expert weighed in and their son was brought out on stage.
The second segment was called "Buried Treasure" and the Keno brothers (from Antiques Road Show) helped viewers determine if their possessions are trash or treasure. Anderson's mother, Gloria Vanderbilt made an appearance and joined in on the fun to find out the value of some of her treasures.
In the final segment Anderson spoke (via satellite) with Bertie McConnell, who at age 90 accepted a bid to join the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority chapter at Washburn University. McConnell postponed her dream of joining the sorority in 1941 to help with the war effort.
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