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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Episode #1.1

24 September 1968
60 Minutes offers a beside-the-scenes look at presidential candidates Richard Nixon and Hubert Humphrey during their summer nomination conventions. It also interviews three prominent European thinkers about the elections and an interview with U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent
Harry Reasoner ... Himself - Correspondent
Luigi Barzini Jr. ... Himself
Art Buchwald ... Himself - Commenatator
Ramsey Clark ... Himself - Attorney General
Hubert H. Humphrey ... Himself
Malcolm Muggeridge ... Himself

Richard Nixon ... Himself
Peter Van Zahn ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 2: Episode #1.2

8 October 1968
60 minutes offers an exclusive interview with Richard Nixon the Republcan Party candidate for president. It also looks at highlights an original musical comedy produced by Theatre Atlanta and examines U.S. Defense research into germ and gas warfare.

Mike Wallace ... Himself
Harry Reasoner ... Himself
Art Buchwald ... Himself

Richard Nixon ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 3: Episode #1.3

22 October 1968
60 Minutes offers an exclusive interview with Democratic Presidential Candidate and current Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey. It also interviews controversial Independent Presidential Candidate George Wallace and offers the second part of an investigative story on U.S. germ and gas warfare research.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent
Harry Reasoner ... Himself - Correspondent
Hubert H. Humphrey ... Himself - Presidential Candidate
George Wallace ... Himself - Presidential Candidate

Season 1, Episode 4: Episode #1.4

12 November 1968
60 Minutes looks back at last weeks election of Richard Nixon as President. It also offers a profile of NFL football star Joe Namath quarterback of the New York Jets and looks at some color sound footage of the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia shot in Prague.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent
Harry Reasoner ... Himself - Correspondent
Joe Namath ... Himself - NFL Quarterback

Season 1, Episode 5: Episode #1.5

26 November 1968
60 Minutes interviews former nun and current president of Webster College Jacqueline Grennan who left the Roman Catholic Church challenging its stance on birth control. It also goes to the famous Laurent Restaurant with food critic Craig Claiborne and interviews recently re-elected Senator Edmund Muskie.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent
Harry Reasoner ... Himself - Correspondent
Craig Claiborne ... Himself - Food Editor, New York Times
Edmund Muskie ... Himself - Senator, Maine
Jacqueline Grennan Wexler ... Herself - President, Webster College (as Jacqueline Grennan)

Season 1, Episode 6: Episode #1.6

10 December 1968
60 Minutes investigates how assaults are becoming more common in U.S. prisons.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent
Harry Reasoner ... Himself - Correspondent

Season 1, Episode 7: Episode #1.7

24 December 1968
60 Minutes goes to Atlanta, Georgia, to interview the family of the late activist Martin Luther King, Jr. during Christmas. It also interviews Ethel Kennedy the widow of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy and offers an essay by Andy Rooney on what Jesus Christ looked like.
Harry Reasoner ... Himself - Correspondent

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent

Ethel Kennedy ... Herself - Widow of Robert F. Kennedy's

Martin Luther King III ... Himself - Son of Martin Luther King Jr.
Bernice King ... Herself - Daughter of Martin Luther King Jr.
Coretta Scott King ... Herself - Widow of Martin Luther King Jr.
Dexter King ... Himself - Son of Martin Luther King Jr.
Yolanda King ... Herself - Daughter of Martin Luther King Jr.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 6: Agnew and the Press

25 November 1969

David Brinkley ... Himself - Guest
Eric Sevareid ... Himself - Guest

Howard K. Smith ... Himself - Guest

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 11: Rural Justice/Wildcat Trucker/The Case Against College

22 February 1976
"The Case Against College" is segment of 60 Minutes produced by Imre Horvath. Centers on Caroline Bird theory. "Wildcat Truckers" is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Richard Clark. Visually engaging big rigs and drivers. "Rural Justice" is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Joseph Wershba.

Season 8, Episode 16: Heart Attack!/The Kids from Council Bluffs/Hippies

4 April 1976
"Heart Attack!" Is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Imre Horvath. Follows Seattle paramedics of the pioneering Medic One program. "The Kids from Council Bluffs" is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Norman Gorin. "Hippies" is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Joe DeCola.

Season 8, Episode 26: Tokyo Rose/Communism, Italian Style/Two Can Live as Cheaply as One

20 June 1976
Tokyo Rose is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Imre Horvath. Iva Toguri, convicted as a traitor, pleads her innocence. Communism, Italian Style is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by William K. McClure. Two Can Live as Cheaply as One is a segment of 60 minutes produced by Marion Goldin

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent
Iva Toguri ... Herself

Season 9


Season 9, Episode 11: Victims/What's with Iceland?/Ronald Reagan

5 December 1976
"Victims" is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Imre Horvath. It contrasts services offered to crime victims with those received by convicted criminals . "What's with Iceland?" Is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Richard Clark. "Ronald Reagan" is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Martin Phillips

Season 11


Season 11, Episode 9: Noah, Iran, Limited Edition

12 November 1978
NOAH is an intimate portrait of an autistic boy and his family. Emmy winner - Segment Producer Imre Horvath.

Dan Rather ... Himself - correspondent Noah

Season 20


Season 20, Episode 1: Yahoo Serious Interviews Himself (A Satire)

10 March 1989

Yahoo Serious ... Himself

Season 23


Season 23, Episode 25: Werner Erhard

3 March 1991


Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent
Adair Erhard ... Herself
Celeste Erhard ... Herself
Werner Erhard ... Himself
Deborah Pimental ... Herself

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (as Andy Rooney)

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent

Meredith Vieira ... Herself - Correspondent
Dawn Damas ... Herself
Wendy Drucker ... Herself
St. John Erhard ... Himself
David L. Jackson ... Himself
Robert Larzelere ... Himself

Season 24


Season 24, Episode 1: Made in China/Epidemic/Live or Die

15 September 1991

Season 24, Episode 2: The Secret Life of Dennis Levine/Thoral Sundt, M.D./The Last Sioux Brave

22 September 1991

Season 24, Episode 3: The Trials of Juanita/The KGB/1-800-Con-Man

29 September 1991


Season 25


Season 25, Episode 1: Gay Cops/Class of '71/Growing Up in L.A.

13 September 1992

Season 25, Episode 2: Saddam's Banker/Clean Air, Clean Water, Dirty Fight/Movie Mavericks

20 September 1992

Season 25, Episode 3: Hire/Mr. President/The Cure That Killed

27 September 1992

Season 25, Episode 4: Made in the USA/Acceptable Risks/Your Kidding!

4 October 1992

Season 25, Episode 5: Hell on Earth/Larry King/Senor Presidente?

18 October 1992

Season 25, Episode 6: Why Did He Quit?/The Battlefield/As Simple as Black & White

25 October 1992

Season 25, Episode 7: The Chairman/Camille Paglia/China Syndrome

1 November 1992

Season 25, Episode 8: Lincoln Electric/Caitlin's Story/Kirk Douglas

8 November 1992

Season 25, Episode 9: Cleaning Up/Act-Up/A Matter of Interest

15 November 1992
Includes segment titled "ACT UP," with Ed Bradley interviewing AIDS activists Peter Staley, Bob Rafsky and Marina Alvarez.
Ed Bradley ... Himself

Peter Staley ... Himself

Season 25, Episode 10: Woody Allen/Johnny D/Hard Choices

22 November 1992

Season 25, Episode 11: Parricide/To Catch a Thief/Richard the Lionhearted

29 November 1992

Season 25, Episode 12: The Forgotten Hostage/Down-Home Diva/Family Crimes

6 December 1992

Season 25, Episode 13: Cigar/Wild Man of West 96th Street/Forensic Pathologist

13 December 1992

Season 25, Episode 14: Some of His Best Friends Are.../Pan Am 103/Hud-Gate

20 December 1992

Season 25, Episode 15: Jehovah's Witnesses/Piney Woods/Rx Drugs

27 December 1992

Season 25, Episode 16: Ameena/The Orange Juice Man/Top Gun

3 January 1993

Season 25, Episode 17: Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Harassment/Nureyev & Diz/A Tale of Two Cities

10 January 1993

Season 25, Episode 18: A Hand in the Till/The Octopus/This Happy Breed

17 January 1993

Season 25, Episode 19: The Year of the Woman/Playboy: The Princess of Playboy/Michael Carey, M.D.

24 January 1993

Season 25, Episode 20: Camille/Texas Rules/Donna & Ricardo's Baby

31 January 1993

Season 25, Episode 21: War Criminal?/Alive and Well in Quincy/Tango Finlandia

7 February 1993

Season 25, Episode 22: Medical Miracle/Whoopi/The Economy, Stupid

14 February 1993

Season 25, Episode 23: Totaled/Dancing Feet/Just Say Yes

21 February 1993

Season 25, Episode 24: Sharks Don't Get Cancer/Field of Dreams/Callahan

28 February 1993

Season 25, Episode 25: Lloyd's of London/Brezhnev's Daughter/The Reverend Sharpton

7 March 1993

Season 25, Episode 26: How Did He Get Here?/Tearing of the Green/Massacre at El Mozote

14 March 1993

Season 25, Episode 27: The Archbishop/Odds Are/The Jesuit Murders

21 March 1993

Season 25, Episode 28: The Informers/Hongcouver/Officer Harding

28 March 1993

Season 25, Episode 29: The Rainbow Curriculum/The Man with the Golden Arm/Yeltsin

4 April 1993

Season 25, Episode 30: Ten Will Get You Five/The Last Governor/Joint Venture

11 April 1993

Season 25, Episode 31: Dragon Head/The Old School Tie/Sidney Rittenberg

18 April 1993

Season 25, Episode 32: Macho, Tough and Gay/Equal But Separate/Cell Block 3A

25 April 1993

Season 25, Episode 33: Coming to America/John Silber of Boston University/The Great White Chief

2 May 1993

Season 25, Episode 34: Buying Time/Gospel According to Luke/Are You Covered?

9 May 1993

Season 25, Episode 35: Rock Newman/Class of '71/This Land Is My Land

16 May 1993

Season 25, Episode 36: Flight 870/Fountain of Youth/Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Harassment

23 May 1993

Season 25, Episode 37: A Gem of an Idea/Come to Harlem/Common Ground

30 May 1993

Season 25, Episode 38: Gay Cops/Whoopi/Clean Air, Clean Water, Dirty Fight

6 June 1993

Season 25, Episode 39: The Cure That Killed/Movie Mavericks/The Year of the Woman

13 June 1993

Season 25, Episode 40: Totaled/To Catch a Thief/Act-Up

20 June 1993

Season 25, Episode 41: Richard the Lionhearted/The Forgotten Hostage/Forensic Pathologist

27 June 1993

Season 25, Episode 42: Sins of Their Fathers/A Tale of Two Cities/Melinda

4 July 1993

Season 25, Episode 43: Sharks Don't Get Cancer/Caitlin's Story/The World's Biggest Shopping Spree

11 July 1993

Season 25, Episode 44: Cigar Sacco/Callahan/Medical Miracle

18 July 1993

Season 25, Episode 45: Michael Carey, M.D./Tango Finlandia/The Orange Juice Man

25 July 1993

Season 25, Episode 46: Johnny D./Camille Paglia/Ten Will Get You Five

1 August 1993

Season 25, Episode 47: Live or Die?/Mr. President/You're Under Arrest

8 August 1993

Season 25, Episode 48: The Archbishop/Spielberg/Wild Man of West 96th Street

15 August 1993

Season 25, Episode 49: How Did He Get Here?/The Battlefield/The Informers

22 August 1993

Season 25, Episode 50: Mustard Gas/Macho, Tough, and Gay/Don't Leave Home

29 August 1993

Season 25, Episode 51: Equal But Separate/Lloyd's of London/Field of Dreams

5 September 1993

Season 25, Episode 52: Pelican Bay/Cleaning Up/China Syndrome

12 September 1993


Season 26


Season 26, Episode 1: Waste and Fraud/Yes... But Is It Art?/Blood Money

19 September 1993

Season 26, Episode 2: Doesn't Anybody Care?/Pavarotti/The Most Promising Treatment?

26 September 1993

Season 26, Episode 3: Fidel Castro's Health Plan/Nauru/North of the Border

3 October 1993

Season 26, Episode 4: Arms and the Women/Jack the Ripper?/Readin', Writin' and Commercials

10 October 1993

Season 26, Episode 5: Rogue Cop/The $12 Billion Cleanup/Shadow of Doubt

17 October 1993

Season 26, Episode 6: The Gauntlet/Bob Dole of Kansas/Law and Disorder

24 October 1993

Season 26, Episode 7: In the Nuclear Nightmare Over?/A Few Good White Men/Lost in Translation

31 October 1993

Season 26, Episode 8: Monsta/Help Wanted/Dave Barry

7 November 1993

Season 26, Episode 9: 25 Years of 60 Minutes

14 November 1993

Season 26, Episode 10: The CIA's Cocaine/Tin Man/The Commandant

21 November 1993

Season 26, Episode 11: In Good Hands?/Operation Swordfish/Bankrupt in Florida

28 November 1993

Season 26, Episode 12: Yasir's Cops/Gustavo De Greiff/Welfare for the Well-Off

5 December 1993

Season 26, Episode 13: General Sergeyev/I-551/Mitch Snyder's Legacy

12 December 1993

Season 26, Episode 14: Capitol Games/Mrs. Arafat/Alice Doesn't Life Here Anymore

19 December 1993

Season 26, Episode 15: Crime & Punishment/No Miss/The Mad Woman of Srebrenica

26 December 1993

Season 26, Episode 16: Swindle/Who Am I?/A Hero?

2 January 1994

Season 26, Episode 17: The Jewish Intifada?/The Chief/Nasty Girl

9 January 1994

Season 26, Episode 18: My Name Is Tonya Harding/Three Days in Beirut/Getting Rich

16 January 1994

Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Getting Rich")

Season 26, Episode 19: A Free Ride/Born in the USA/Dynasty

23 January 1994

Season 26, Episode 20: Fellini/Paul Simon/Paris Was Yesterday

30 January 1994

Season 26, Episode 21: The Education of Luis Gutierrez/The Get Away Drivers/Rob Reiner

6 February 1994

Season 26, Episode 22: Parachute Lawyer/Chaning the Odds/Another Chernobyl?

13 February 1994

Season 26, Episode 23: Randy Shilts/Less Than a Miracle/No Comment

20 February 1994

Season 26, Episode 24: Paul Hill/On the Money/The Jewish Intifada?

27 February 1994

Season 26, Episode 25: Fingered/'A' Is for Abstinence/The Mad Russian?

6 March 1994

Season 26, Episode 26: Subcomandante Marcos/Dwayne Sexton/The State vs. James Hamm

13 March 1994

Season 26, Episode 27: Who Says It Never Happened?/Mel White's Secret/Testing, Testing, Testing

20 March 1994

Season 26, Episode 28: Up in Smoke/Semipalatinsk/Maxine Waters

27 March 1994

Season 26, Episode 29: The Final Four/Street Crime: Africa Style/It Pays to Advertise

3 April 1994

Season 26, Episode 30: The Commodities Game/The Girl Next Door/A Very English Audience

10 April 1994

Season 26, Episode 31: Memories/Nightmare in Haiti/TKO

17 April 1994

Season 26, Episode 32: Solzhenitsyn/Right on Fred Zain!/Richard Nixon

24 April 1994

Season 26, Episode 33: Chelsea... On the Rocks/Fast Money/Not in My Backyard

1 May 1994

Season 26, Episode 34: Never Too Late?/South of the Border/The Sounf of Music

8 May 1994

Season 26, Episode 35: Blue Cross Blue Shield/I Solemnly Swear/The $64 Dollar Question

15 May 1994

Season 26, Episode 36: A Billion Here, a Billion There.../Go Back Where You Came From/This Land Is My Land

22 May 1994

Season 26, Episode 37: Heart to Heart/The Oregon Plan/Medal of Honor

29 May 1994

Season 26, Episode 38: The Agenda/The Ultra Secret/White Backlash

5 June 1994

Season 26, Episode 39: Yasir's Cops/The Rosewood Massacre/Pelican Bay

12 June 1994

Season 26, Episode 40: Kimberly's Story/Arms and the Woman/Parachute Lawyer

19 June 1994

Season 26, Episode 41: The Chunnel/Tin Man/Barbra

26 June 1994

Season 26, Episode 42: Halcion/Paul Hill/The $12 Billion Clean Up

3 July 1994

Season 26, Episode 43: Swindle/Nasty Girl/Bankrupt in Florida

10 July 1994

Season 26, Episode 44: Made in the USA/American Gothic Gone Mad/Randy Shilts

17 July 1994

Season 26, Episode 45: Yes... But Is It Art?/Question of Mercy/A Few Good White Men

24 July 1994

Season 26, Episode 46: Monsta/Pavarotti/I-551

31 July 1994

Season 26, Episode 47: Three Days in Beirut/Never Too Late?/The Lambs of Christ?

7 August 1994

Season 26, Episode 48: Blue Cross Blue Shield/Fingered/Fidel Castro's Health Plan

14 August 1994

Season 26, Episode 49: Subcomandante Marcos/TKO/The Getaway Drivers

21 August 1994

Season 26, Episode 50: Semipalatinsk/Mel White's Secret/The Cure That Killed

28 August 1994

Season 26, Episode 51: Senor Presidente?/The Sound of Music/The Girl Next Door

4 September 1994


Season 27


Season 27, Episode 1: The Killers/Bud McFarlane/A Matter of Honor

11 September 1994

Season 27, Episode 2: Operation Just Cause/Wampum Wonderland/Routine Blood Test

18 September 1994

Season 27, Episode 3: The New Black Power/So You Want to Do Business in Russia?/F.O.B.?

25 September 1994

Season 27, Episode 4: An Exercise in Hypocrisy/Million Dollar Babies/Making a Baby

2 October 1994

Season 27, Episode 5: The Spoils of War/Anthony Hopkins/Closing Up

9 October 1994

Season 27, Episode 6: The Gebe from Limone/Enough/F-22

16 October 1994

Season 27, Episode 7: Skunk Works/DNA/The Ugly Face of Freedom

23 October 1994

Season 27, Episode 8: Going, Going, Gone/N.O.P.D. Blues/P.J. O'Rourke

30 October 1994

Season 27, Episode 9: Jennifer and Everardo/Made in the USA/Kiryas Joel 10950 New York

6 November 1994

Season 27, Episode 10: The Notebook/The Wrong Man?/Rolling Stones

13 November 1994

Season 27, Episode 11: The President's Lawyer/Cracking Down/Whose Life Is It Anyway?

20 November 1994

Season 27, Episode 12: Arms Supermarket/Death Wish/Femme Fatale

27 November 1994

Season 27, Episode 13: Why?/The Ladies from Kapooka/Crusader

4 December 1994

Season 27, Episode 14: Corruption, Inc./Behind the Seams/Hanan Ashrawi

11 December 1994

Season 27, Episode 15: The Sarcophagus/Prince of Broadway/Father & Son

18 December 1994

Season 27, Episode 16: The Entertainers

25 December 1994

Season 27, Episode 17: HIV Positive/70 Years Old/Witness for the Prosecution

1 January 1995

Season 27, Episode 18: What About Orphanages?/Cecilia/The Vogels

8 January 1995

Season 27, Episode 19: Pelican Bay/Anna Deavere Smith/Life & Death in an Irish Town

15 January 1995

Season 27, Episode 20: Don't Count Them Out/On the Square?/We Are the Church

22 January 1995

Season 27, Episode 21: What Assault Weapons Ban?/Summer Camp/Tom Daschle Is Missing

5 February 1995

Season 27, Episode 22: Operation Restore Aristide/Infomercials/Who Shall Overcome?

12 February 1995

Season 27, Episode 23: President Phil Gramm?/Did He, or Didn't He?/Some of Our Planes Are Missing

19 February 1995

Season 27, Episode 24: Highway Robbery/Get Real/E-Systems

26 February 1995

Season 27, Episode 25: Derivatives/The Language Factor/Washington Station

5 March 1995


Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Derivatives")

Season 27, Episode 26: Gulf War Syndrome/Insurance Fraud/He Says, She Says

12 March 1995

Season 27, Episode 27: Confessions of a Tobacco Lobbyist/Causes Unknown/Kurt Masur

19 March 1995

Season 27, Episode 28: Last Rights/Michael Marcum/Lisa Herdahl vs. Pontotoc County

26 March 1995

Season 27, Episode 29: Tales from the Dirty War/Welcome Back Mrs. Khadder/No Joy in Mudville

2 April 1995

Season 27, Episode 30: The Second Wave/Are They Worth It/Stradivari

9 April 1995

Season 27, Episode 31: The World According to George/Shoko Asahara/The Catholics

16 April 1995

Season 27, Episode 32: President Clinton/The Michigan Militia/Can We Prevent Another One?

23 April 1995

Season 27, Episode 33: Up Against the Wal-Mart/Battered/The Resister

30 April 1995

Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Battered")

Season 27, Episode 34: Operation Star Watch/The Crooner/Chips

7 May 1995

Season 27, Episode 35: What Really Happened?/Christiane Amanpour/The Axman Cometh

14 May 1995

Season 27, Episode 36: The Pentagon Turned Its Back on Them/Absolutely Fabulous/Flight 712/Riccardo Muti

21 May 1995


Joanna Lumley ... Herself

Jennifer Saunders ... Herself

Season 27, Episode 37: DNA/Tin Man/A Sweet Deal

28 May 1995

Season 27, Episode 38: Thalidomide/N.O.P.D. Blues/NPR

4 June 1995

Season 27, Episode 39: Mr. Robinson/They're Her Elephants/Jennifer and Everardo

11 June 1995

Season 27, Episode 40: Don't Count Them Out/Wampum Wonderland/The Vogels

18 June 1995

Season 27, Episode 41: Corruption, Inc./Infomercials/Routine Blood Test

25 June 1995

Season 27, Episode 42: The Spoils of War/Skunk Works/Going, Going, Gone

2 July 1995

Season 27, Episode 43: What Assault Weapons Ban?/The Second Wave/Life & Death in an Irish Town

9 July 1995

Season 27, Episode 44: The Gene from Limone/The Sarcophagus/Death Wish

16 July 1995

Season 27, Episode 45: Rolling Stones/Confessions of a Tobacco Lobbyist/Derivatives

23 July 1995

Season 27, Episode 46: The Getaway Drivers/What About Orphanages?/Stradivari

30 July 1995

Season 27, Episode 47: Femme Fatale/Summer Camp/E-Systems

6 August 1995

Season 27, Episode 48: Last Rights/Lisa Herdahl vs. Pontotoc County/Politics Taiwan Style

13 August 1995

Season 27, Episode 49: Gulf War Syndrome/Behind the Seams/A Letter from Jermarr

20 August 1995

Season 27, Episode 50: Harry Wu/Dwayne Sexton/Crusader

27 August 1995

Season 27, Episode 51: Up Against the Wall-Mart/Seventy Years Old/The CIA's Cocaine

3 September 1995

Season 27, Episode 52: The Women/In Over His Head/An Exercise in Hypocrisy

10 September 1995


Season 28


Season 28, Episode 1: Saddam's Son/Wanted/Andre Agassi

17 September 1995

Season 28, Episode 2: The Chief/Too Good to Be True?/Ben Bradlee

24 September 1995

Season 28, Episode 3: Packing a Gun/Comrade Ambassador/HMO

1 October 1995

Season 28, Episode 4: What About Vince Foster/The Other America/Stars on the Parallel Bars

8 October 1995

Season 28, Episode 5: The Blue Wall of Silence/Take Me Out to the Ball Game/The Worst Nightmare

15 October 1995

Season 28, Episode 6: The Boy Who Knew Too Much/Back on Broadway/Women at Risk?

22 October 1995

Season 28, Episode 7: Deadbeat Dad/Madam Speaker/Land Mines

29 October 1995

Season 28, Episode 8: Yitzhak Rabin/Racial Tracking/To Your Health

5 November 1995

Season 28, Episode 9: Cigarettes/Car Talk/Southbury

12 November 1995

Season 28, Episode 10: Over There/One Voice/A Hole in His Head

19 November 1995

Season 28, Episode 11: Life... By Transplant/Come Blow Your Horn/Unsportsmanlike Conduct

26 November 1995

Season 28, Episode 12: Toto Constant/Martha Stewart/The Last Time We Saw Paris

3 December 1995

Season 28, Episode 13: The President/Who Poisoned Maryann/Pay Attention!

10 December 1995

Season 28, Episode 14: Cash Now Die Later/Earthquakes, Riots, and Now the Subway/Capital Hill Nine

17 December 1995

Season 28, Episode 15: Welcome Back Mrs. Khadder/Nadja/Jennifer and Everardo

24 December 1995

Season 28, Episode 16: Thoralf Sundt, M.D./Subcomandante Marcos/Randy Shilts

31 December 1995

Season 28, Episode 17: The Engineer/Yo-Yo Ma/White Collar Blues

7 January 1996

Season 28, Episode 18: An American Dilemma/Sacks/Kidnapped

14 January 1996

Season 28, Episode 19: Starved to Death/Springsteen/January 28, 1986

21 January 1996

Season 28, Episode 20: Down-Home Diva/Curtain Call/George Burns

28 January 1996

Season 28, Episode 21: Jeffrey Wigand, PhD/Richard Leakey

4 February 1996

Season 28, Episode 22: Say It Isn't So.../Shoot Not to Kill/Too Tough?

11 February 1996

Season 28, Episode 23: Germ Warfare/A Fine Kettle of Fish/$12 Billion Piggy Bank

18 February 1996

Season 28, Episode 24: Change of Address/Family Values/Not Your Average Case of Arson

25 February 1996

Season 28, Episode 25: The Next First Lady?/Prison Rape/What Makes Steve Run?

3 March 1996

Season 28, Episode 26: Mousa Abu Marzook/Mike Nichols/Tipping the Scales

10 March 1996

Season 28, Episode 27: The Greatest/American Enterprise/Area 51: Catch 22

17 March 1996

Season 28, Episode 28: Blowing Smoke/A Woman of Substance/The Bicycle Club

24 March 1996

Season 28, Episode 29: The Letter/Imus

31 March 1996

Season 28, Episode 30: Easy Money in Hard Times/The Mormons/Spike Lee

7 April 1996

Season 28, Episode 31: Farrakhan/Spitting Image

14 April 1996

Season 28, Episode 32: Do You Really Want to Know?/One Child's Labor/One Survivor Remembers

21 April 1996

Season 28, Episode 33: Chernobyl/Whose Baby Is It?/Hezbollah

28 April 1996


Stanley Crouch ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Ivins & Crouch, Crouch & Ivins")
Molly Ivins ... Herself - Commentator (segment "Ivins & Crouch, Crouch & Ivins")

Season 28, Episode 34: The Lost Commandos/The Last Supper/Timber Wars

5 May 1996


Stanley Crouch ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Ivins & Crouch, Crouch & Ivins")
Molly Ivins ... Herself - Commentator (segment "Ivins & Crouch, Crouch & Ivins")

Season 28, Episode 35: Punishing Saddam/Cartier-Bresson/Little Fish

12 May 1996

Molly Ivins ... Herself - Commentator (segment "O'Rourke & Ivins, Ivins & O'Rourke")
P.J. O'Rourke ... Himself - Commentator (segment "O'Rourke & Ivins, Ivins & O'Rourke")

Season 28, Episode 36: William Pierce, PhD/Facts of Life in Russia/Jack Kevorkian

19 May 1996

Molly Ivins ... Herself - Commentator (segment "O'Rourke & Ivins, Ivins & O'Rourke")
P.J. O'Rourke ... Himself - Commentator (segment "O'Rourke & Ivins, Ivins & O'Rourke")
William L. Pierce ... Himself (segment "William Pierce, PhD")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "William Pierce, PhD")

Season 28, Episode 37: The Pentagon Turned Its Back on Them/Michael Marcum/Open and Shut Case?

26 May 1996


Stanley Crouch ... Himself - Commentator (segment "***Crouch & Ivins, Ivins & Crouch")
Molly Ivins ... Herself - Commentator (segment "***Crouch & Ivins, Ivins & Crouch")

Season 28, Episode 38: Partial-Birth Abortion/A Piece of the Rock/Mountain Madness

2 June 1996


Stanley Crouch ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Ivins & Crouch, Crouch & Ivins")
Molly Ivins ... Herself - Commentator (segment "Ivins & Crouch, Crouch & Ivins")

Season 28, Episode 39: Inside the Freemen Compound/Special Ed/Politically Incorrect

9 June 1996

Molly Ivins ... Herself - Commentator (segment "O'Rourke & Ivins, Ivins & O'Rourke")
P.J. O'Rourke ... Himself - Commentator (segment "O'Rourke & Ivins, Ivins & O'Rourke")

Season 28, Episode 40: Alex/For Your Eyes Only?/Lisa Herdahl vs. Pontotoc County

16 June 1996

Molly Ivins ... Herself - Commentator (segment "Ivins & O'Rourke, O'Rourke & Ivins")
P.J. O'Rourke ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Ivins & O'Rourke, O'Rourke & Ivins")

Season 28, Episode 41: Raul's Money/Scorsese/Family Values

23 June 1996

Season 28, Episode 42: Wanted/Carla and the Disciples/Did He Do It?

30 June 1996

Season 28, Episode 43: Saudi Arabia/Wanted/Benjamin Netanyahu

7 July 1996

Season 28, Episode 44: Getting Away with Murder/Madam Speaker/The Conspiracy to Kill Hitler

14 July 1996

Season 28, Episode 45: One Child's Labor/Who Poisoned Maryann?/The Stars on the Parallel Bars

21 July 1996

Season 28, Episode 46: What About Vincent Foster?/Sacks/Thalidomide

28 July 1996

Season 28, Episode 47: The Greatest/Car Talk/Land Mines

4 August 1996

Season 28, Episode 48: The Next President of the United States?/Independent Women/Not Your Average Case of Arson

11 August 1996

Season 28, Episode 49: The View from the White House/The Tobacco Game/Spitting Image

18 August 1996

Season 28, Episode 50: Gulf War Syndrome/Chicago 1968/The Kingpin

25 August 1996

Season 28, Episode 51: The View from the Dole Camp/The Worst Nightmare/Say It Isn't So...

1 September 1996

Season 28, Episode 52: Who Are the Kurds?/The Death Penalty/The Dark Side of the Game

8 September 1996


Season 29


Season 29, Episode 1: Ted Kaczynski's Family/Raking It In

15 September 1996

Season 29, Episode 2: It's All a Lie/Murder, They Call It/Lorraine Monroe's Doctrine

22 September 1996

Season 29, Episode 3: The Pill/When Jerry Met Mary/Dusko Tadic

29 September 1996

Season 29, Episode 4: A Few Good Men/Todd Ice/Jim Burrows

6 October 1996

Season 29, Episode 5: Bad Blood/TV Marti/Mr. Fazio

13 October 1996

Season 29, Episode 6: Prison Inc./1776 and All That/Herr Doktor

20 October 1996

Season 29, Episode 7: Not for Profit Hospitals/King of the Chessboard/R&R in Southeast Asia

27 October 1996

Season 29, Episode 8: Taliban/Angela Lansbury/Switzerland

3 November 1996

Season 29, Episode 9: War Orphan/Tina Turner/Athletes: The Women in Their Lives

10 November 1996

Season 29, Episode 10: Rick Nuccio/Evelyn Glennie/The President of Somalia

17 November 1996

Season 29, Episode 11: Smoke Screen/Out of Africa/Bambi

24 November 1996

Season 29, Episode 12: Snafu/Out of This World/Is It Torture?

1 December 1996

Season 29, Episode 13: Pain Killer/You Arrogant Journalists/How We Won the War

8 December 1996

Season 29, Episode 14: This Land Is My Land/Double Exposures/Eight Years and Counting

15 December 1996

Season 29, Episode 15: What Happened?/Merger Mania/Pork Power

22 December 1996

Season 29, Episode 16: How Sweet Is It?/A Very Tough Neigborhood/Martha Curtis' Story

29 December 1996

Season 29, Episode 17: HMO: Managed or Mangled/Bounty Hunter/Vacco v. Quill

5 January 1997

Season 29, Episode 18: Working on a Miracle/Here Come the Brides/The 38 Million Dollar Car

12 January 1997

Season 29, Episode 19: Media Mogul/The Informer/The Search

19 January 1997

Season 29, Episode 20: Canada's Dark Secret/Veronica Guerin/The Clintonization of Tony Blair

2 February 1997

Season 29, Episode 21: Madam Secretary/Seinfeld/The Disaster That Wasn't

9 February 1997

Season 29, Episode 22: Forgive But Not Forget/Stephen King/The Russian Army

16 February 1997

Season 29, Episode 23: La Eme/The Wall/Sotheby's

23 February 1997

Season 29, Episode 24: Murder by the Book/Unmasked/The Rumor Mill

2 March 1997

Season 29, Episode 25: The Memoirs of Manuel Noriega/Car for Rent?/IBP

9 March 1997

Season 29, Episode 26: Our Man in Hanoi/Paula Jones/Rich Air

16 March 1997

Season 29, Episode 27: Cover-Up at the Citadel?/Mary Schiavo/Rafsanjani

23 March 1997

Season 29, Episode 28: Heaven's Gate/The Deadliest Prison

30 March 1997

Season 29, Episode 29: Webster Hubbell/The Shark/Handing Over Hong Kong

6 April 1997

Season 29, Episode 30: Not Quite Dead/A Harvard Man/The Texaco Tapes

13 April 1997

Season 29, Episode 31: Corruption at the Border/Getting to Know Him/Running Away from Saddam

20 April 1997

Season 29, Episode 32: Two Women/Look Who's Talking/Angels by the Sea

27 April 1997

Martha Williamson ... Herself

Season 29, Episode 33: The Tobacco Tapes/Strive

4 May 1997

Season 29, Episode 34: The Court-Martial of Lt. Flinn/Jimmy Buffett/Sisters of Mercy?

11 May 1997

Season 29, Episode 35: Our Little Miss/And the Winner Is.../Annick

18 May 1997

Season 29, Episode 36: Is It Torture?/How He Won the War/Pain Killer

25 May 1997

Season 29, Episode 37: The Mule/Dogs of War/Life... By Transplant

1 June 1997

Season 29, Episode 38: Inside the Citadel/The Big Apple/School of Scandal

8 June 1997

Season 29, Episode 39: For the Defense/In Defense of Timothy McVeigh/The Black Panthers

15 June 1997

Season 29, Episode 40: Jeffrey Wigand, PhD/Sark

22 June 1997

Season 29, Episode 41: Two Days in Rome/Bambi/Racial Tracking

29 June 1997

Season 29, Episode 42: Veronica Guerin/Pork Power/Tina Turner

6 July 1997

Season 29, Episode 43: The Big Dig/The Search/Did He, or Didn't He?

13 July 1997

Season 29, Episode 44: Dr. Bender/Martha Curtis' Story/Canada's Dark Secret

20 July 1997

Season 29, Episode 45: The Lost Commandos/Alex/Randy Newman

27 July 1997
Morley Safer interviews Randy Newman about his career as a composer.
Kurt Deutsch ... Himself - 'Faust' in 'Randy Newman's Faust'

David Garrison ... Himself - 'The Devil' in 'Randy Newman's 'Faust'

Erin Hill ... Herself ('The Devil's Bride' in 'Randy Newman's Faust')

Randy Newman ... Himself

Morley Safer ... Himself

Season 29, Episode 46: Murder, They Called It/Wanted/Miracle on 43rd Street

3 August 1997

Season 29, Episode 47: Untouchable?/Martha Stewart/Not for Profit Hospitals

10 August 1997

Season 29, Episode 48: Betcha!/Strive

17 August 1997

Season 29, Episode 49: Officer/Wanted/I Remember Daddy

24 August 1997

Season 29, Episode 50: The Life and Death of a Princess

31 August 1997

Season 29, Episode 51: The Perfect Terrorist Weapon/Dunblane/Deeadra/Elizabeth

7 September 1997

Season 29, Episode 52: Land Mines/Seinfeld/Born to be King?

14 September 1997


Season 30


Season 30, Episode 1: The I.R.S./Welfare a La Carte/Steals & Lies

21 September 1997

Season 30, Episode 2: Relieved of Command/Belafonte/Who Poisoned the Children?

28 September 1997

Season 30, Episode 3: Suicide Bomber/Yes... But Is It Art? II/5-4-3-2-1 Liftoff

5 October 1997

Season 30, Episode 4: The Maverick from Arizona/First Lady/Was Rolando Cruz Framed?

12 October 1997

Season 30, Episode 5: The Kennedys/They've Got a Secret/A Very Special Brain

19 October 1997

Season 30, Episode 6: The Battle of Gettysburg/There's No Business Like Shoe Business/20,000 Victims

26 October 1997

Season 30, Episode 7: A Matter of Principal/Big Man, Big Voice/The Bracelet

2 November 1997

Season 30, Episode 8: Traitor or Hero?/Touched by an Angel/The $300,000,000 Man

9 November 1997

Martha Williamson ... Herself

Season 30, Episode 9: Winnie Mandela/Clint Eastwood/Innocents Abroad

16 November 1997

Season 30, Episode 10: What's Saddam Hiding?/The JFK Papers/Taking on Disney

23 November 1997

Season 30, Episode 11: Trokosi/MPD/Venus

30 November 1997

Season 30, Episode 12: Inmate 777/Brother Against Brother/December 7

7 December 1997

Season 30, Episode 13: The New Orleans Cops/West Side Story/Code Blue

14 December 1997

Season 30, Episode 14: Gearing Up/Private Lives, Public Men/Quick Cash

21 December 1997

Season 30, Episode 15: McLibel/Robert Hughes/CAN: The Cult Awareness Network

28 December 1997

Season 30, Episode 16: An Honest Mistake/Bobby McFerrin/The Best Doctors in America

4 January 1998

Season 30, Episode 17: Ted Kaczynski's Family/The Family Businss/Stephanie's Law

11 January 1998

Season 30, Episode 18: Massacre in Algeria/The Deadly Trade in Fake Medicine/Here Comes the Girls

18 January 1998

Season 30, Episode 19: Another Look, January 26, 1992/Thy Will Be Done?/The High Cost of Dying

1 February 1998

Season 30, Episode 20: Zero Alert/Khawar v. The Globe/War of Words

8 February 1998

Season 30, Episode 21: Who is Vernon Jordan?/Welcome to Miami/Selling Secrets

15 February 1998

Season 30, Episode 22: Baghdad Today/Helping Saddam/The Crowded Skies/Nagano 1998

22 February 1998

Season 30, Episode 23: Halabja: Ten Years Later/To Be or Not to Be/The Other Russia

1 March 1998

Season 30, Episode 24: Latrell Sprewell/Whose Chemical Weapons?/Toni Morrison

8 March 1998

Season 30, Episode 25: Kathleen Willey/The Real March Madness

15 March 1998

Kathleen Willey ... Herself

Season 30, Episode 26: Thou Shalt Kill/Running from Home/Sexuality 101

22 March 1998

Season 30, Episode 27: Back to My Lai/Juvenile Justice/The Mother of Invention

29 March 1998

Season 30, Episode 28: The Gulag/Da Mayor/The Sins of the Father and the Mother?

5 April 1998

Season 30, Episode 29: The Smallest of the Small/Politics, Privacy and the Pub/Data Smog

12 April 1998

Season 30, Episode 30: Double Standard?/Chris Rock/The Nurse Will See You Now

19 April 1998

Season 30, Episode 31: I.G./The Piano Man/Turning Around Denny's

26 April 1998

Season 30, Episode 32: Starr Wars/Candice Bergen-Murphy Brown/Saddam's Spy

3 May 1998

Season 30, Episode 33: Iran Versus Iran/Magic/The Winter Hill Gang

10 May 1998

Season 30, Episode 34: 60 Minutes at 30

17 May 1998

Season 30, Episode 35: Smoke Screen/A Very Tough Neighborhood/Quick Cash

24 May 1998

Season 30, Episode 36: Crazy Like a Fox?/David Tang/Cracking Down

31 May 1998

Season 30, Episode 37: The China Connection/Ted Kennedy/Megan's Story

7 June 1998

Season 30, Episode 38: Relaxing Their Grip/The Best Doctors in America/Germ Warfare

14 June 1998

Season 30, Episode 39: A Pig Heart?/Who Killed George Polk?/Ben Stein

21 June 1998

Season 30, Episode 40: The Pollards/The Rumor Mill/They've Got a Secret

28 June 1998

Season 30, Episode 41: A Very Special Brain/McLibel/Steals & Lies

5 July 1998

Season 30, Episode 42: Smoking to Live/Taking on Disney/Todd Ice

12 July 1998

Season 30, Episode 43: Bounty Hunter/Imus/Working on a Miracle

19 July 1998

Season 30, Episode 44: The Search/Was Rolando Cruz Framed?/There's No Business Like Shoe Business

26 July 1998

Season 30, Episode 45: Whose Chemical Weapons?/Stephen King/Traitor or Hero?

2 August 1998

Season 30, Episode 46: Back to My Lai/The Disaster That Wasn't/Toni Morrison

9 August 1998

Season 30, Episode 47: Starr Wars/To Be or Not to Be/Jimmy Buffett

16 August 1998

Season 30, Episode 48: Taliban/Suicide Bomber/Nixon on Nixon

23 August 1998

Season 30, Episode 49: Freedom Fighters or Terrorists?/Experimental Prison/Evelyn Glennie

30 August 1998

Season 30, Episode 50: HMO: Managed or Mangled/Chris Rock/Khawar v. The Globe

6 September 1998

Season 30, Episode 51: Best of Friends/To Impeach or Not to Impeach/Remembering Watergate

13 September 1998


Season 31


Season 31, Episode 1: Heaven on Earth?/Who Will Succeed Him?/The Most Feared Gangster

20 September 1998

Season 31, Episode 2: The Bad Samaritan?/Hard Hats/Not the Best Policy

27 September 1998

Season 31, Episode 3: A League of Her Own/The Man Behind Paula Jones/In Memory of Alisa

4 October 1998

Season 31, Episode 4: Give Peace a Chance/Autopsy/Yuri the Great

11 October 1998

Season 31, Episode 5: Second Chance/A Million Men, Women and Children/Quinacrine

18 October 1998

Season 31, Episode 6: Baku/Kennewick Man/Kosovo

25 October 1998

Season 31, Episode 7: Vote Early, Vote Often/I've Got a Secret/Justice for Sale?

1 November 1998

Season 31, Episode 8: Smoke But No Fire/Botero/Broken Promises?

8 November 1998

Season 31, Episode 9: Insanity?/Sister Business/Waiving the Rules

15 November 1998

Season 31, Episode 10: Death by Doctor/The Defector/The Man in the White Suit

22 November 1998


Jack Kevorkian ... (archive footage)

Season 31, Episode 11: Y2K/Slave Labor/The Black Farmer

29 November 1998

Season 31, Episode 12: A Very Special Teacher/The Silent Service/Grigori Loutchansky

6 December 1998

Season 31, Episode 13: It's the People, Stupid!/Daniel Barenboim/Helicopter Down

13 December 1998

Season 31, Episode 14: Charlton Heston/50,000 White Farmers/George Soros

20 December 1998

Season 31, Episode 15: Cooking the Books?/Praising Caesar/Who Killed Louis Gladu?

27 December 1998

Season 31, Episode 16: The Magdalen Laundries/Breaking Windows/Where Have All the Addicts Gone?

3 January 1999

Season 31, Episode 17: Call Me Mister!/The State of the Union: District Council 37/Faking It

10 January 1999

Season 31, Episode 18: The War at Home/Amy's Story/Juvenile Justice?

17 January 1999

Season 31, Episode 19: Olympic Gold/Mishap Valley/Sean Penn

24 January 1999

Season 31, Episode 20: The Next First Lady?/Here Comes the Girls/Toni Morrison

31 January 1999

Season 31, Episode 21: Perjury and Obstruction of Justice?/Fragments/EPA Sick Building Syndrome

7 February 1999

Season 31, Episode 22: Taking Aim at the Gun Industry/Genius/Burt Bacharach

14 February 1999

Season 31, Episode 23: The 353 Million Dollar Con/The Young and the Restless/Where There's Smoke...

21 February 1999

Season 31, Episode 24: The Lobbyist/Roberto Benigni/Choosing Life

28 February 1999

Season 31, Episode 25: Case Closed?/Kissinger

7 March 1999

Season 31, Episode 26: Ten Years Later/Brother Rick Curry/This Is Peace?

14 March 1999

Season 31, Episode 27: A Death in the Family/The Menuhins/Untouchables

21 March 1999

Season 31, Episode 28: George Lucas/Unfinished Business

28 March 1999

Season 31, Episode 29: Could It Be True?/BET

4 April 1999

Season 31, Episode 30: Pan Am 103/A Family Affair

11 April 1999

Season 31, Episode 31: Wanted/The Diva Next Door/Banking on DNA

18 April 1999

Season 31, Episode 32: Who's to Blame?/Dunblane/Audra

25 April 1999

Season 31, Episode 33: The Power Behind the Throne?/Medium Security/Janet's Story

2 May 1999

Season 31, Episode 34: Above the Law?/Pyramid/Bibi

9 May 1999

Season 31, Episode 35: The Moral Minority/Connery, Sean Connery/War Crimes

16 May 1999

Season 31, Episode 36: Whose Land Is It Anyway?/Y2K/Dress for Success

23 May 1999

Season 31, Episode 37: In Memory of Alisa/The Last Supper/Nelson & Graca

30 May 1999

Season 31, Episode 38: The Best of Intentions/The Maverick from Arizona/The China Connection

6 June 1999

Season 31, Episode 39: The Sins of the Father and the Mother?/To Be or Not to Be/Insanity?

13 June 1999

Season 31, Episode 40: The 353 Million Dollar Con/Juvenile Injustice?/Genius

20 June 1999

Season 31, Episode 41: The Young and the Restless/Smoke But No Fire/Slave Labor

27 June 1999

Season 31, Episode 42: It's the People, Stupid!/Tango Finlandia/The Black Farmer

4 July 1999

Season 31, Episode 43: Who Poisoned the Children?/Botero/Who Am I?

11 July 1999

Season 31, Episode 44: Search Update/Best of Friends/JFK Jr.

18 July 1999

Season 31, Episode 45: The Most Feared Gangster/Candice Bergen-Murphy Brown/Unfinished Business

25 July 1999

Season 31, Episode 46: Spy?/What Assault Weapons Ban?/Waiving the Rules

1 August 1999

Season 31, Episode 47: Give Peace a Chance/Big Man, Big Voice/Packing a Gun

8 August 1999

Season 31, Episode 48: The Magdalen Laundries/Roberto Benigni/Heaven on Earth?

15 August 1999

Season 31, Episode 49: The Lobbyist/Praising Caesar/Faking It

22 August 1999

Season 31, Episode 50: Taking Aim at the Gun Industry/Running from Home/The Bad Samaritan

29 August 1999

Season 31, Episode 51: A Family Affair/Where There's Smoke.../The Diva Next Door

5 September 1999

Season 31, Episode 52: KGB Secrets/Brother Rick Curry/Harry Potter

12 September 1999


Season 32


Season 32, Episode 1: Kipp/Frank McCourt/Playing Ball with the KGB

19 September 1999
"Kipp" examines a successful public school program that uses discipline, long hours, and a contract. "Frank McCourt" talks to the author about his Pulitzer Prize winning book. "Playing Ball with the KGB" talks to a Russian millionaire who is in the middle of a KGB investigation. "Andy Rooney" talks about events from the summer.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Kipp")
Michael Feinberg ... Himself - Kipp Academy Founder (segment "Kipp")
Dave Levin ... Himself - Kipp Academy Founder (segment "Kipp")
Dominique Young ... Herself - Student (segment "Kipp")
Paula Chavira ... Herself - Student (segment "Kipp")
Rocio Mendoza ... Herself - Student (segment "Kipp")
Kenneth McGregor ... Himself - Student (segment "Kipp")
Sharon Simpson ... Herself - Kenneth's Mother (segment "Kipp")
Sam Lopez ... Himself - Teacher (segment "Kipp")
Robin Cash ... Herself - Teacher (segment "Kipp")
Josh Zoia ... Himself - Teacher (segment "Kipp")
Alexis Rosado ... Herself - Student (segment "Kipp")
Laura Reyes ... Herself - Student (segment "Kipp")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Frank McCourt")

Frank McCourt ... Himself - Author, Angela's Ashes (segment "Frank McCourt")
Ellen McCourt ... Herself - Frank's Wife (segment "Frank McCourt")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Playing Ball with the KGB")
Alexandre Konanykhine ... Himself - Russian Millionaire (segment "Playing Ball with the KGB")
Donald Bucklin ... Himself - Konanykhine's Attorney (segment "Playing Ball with the KGB")
Elena Konanykhine ... Herself - Alexandre's Wife (segment "Playing Ball with the KGB")
Antoinette Rizzi ... Herself - INS Prosecutor (segment "Playing Ball with the KGB")
Yuri Shvets ... Himself - Former KGB Document Expert (segment "Playing Ball with the KGB")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 2: Dutch/Vice Versa

26 September 1999
"Dutch" talks to Ronald Reagan's biographer Edmund Morris about the biography that took him 14 years to write. "Vice Versa" looks at a dispute over Alabama State University's scholarships to attract white students to the historically black college. "Andy Rooney" talks about reporters who do reports from interesting locations.
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Dutch")
Edmund Morris ... Himself - Reagan Biographer (segment "Dutch")

Ronald Reagan ... Himself - President (segment "Dutch") (archive footage)

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Vice Versa")
Rhonda Turner ... Herself - Alabama State Student (segment "Vice Versa")
Corie Mohammed ... Himself - Alabama State Student (segment "Vice Versa")
Mark Harris ... Himself - Alabama State Student (segment "Vice Versa")
Carlos Gonzalez ... Himself - Attorney (segment "Vice Versa")
Jim Smithson ... Himself - Alabama State Minority Recruiter (segment "Vice Versa")
Richard Livingston ... Himself - Alabama State Student (segment "Vice Versa")
Karen Heiss ... Herself - Alabama State Student (segment "Vice Versa")
Kris Robinson ... Herself - Alabama State Student (segment "Vice Versa")
Rosie Heiss ... Herself - Alabama State Student (segment "Vice Versa")
Jessie Thompkins ... Himself - Graduate Student (segment "Vice Versa")
Terry Pell ... Himself - Attorney (segment "Vice Versa")
Elaine Jones ... Herself - NAACP Legal Defense Fund (segment "Vice Versa")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 3: The Blue Wall of Silence/TB/David L. Wolper

3 October 1999
"The Blue Wall of Silence" looks at how police officers who report crimes by other officers are often subject to retribution. "TB" examines how tuberculosis is becoming deadlier due to its growing resistance to drugs. "David L. Wolper" interviews the famous producer. "Andy Rooney" talks about former presidents.
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Blue Wall of Silence")
Daisy Boria ... Herself - Police Officer (segment "The Blue Wall of Silence")
Rene Rodriguez ... Himself - Police Officer (segment "The Blue Wall of Silence")
Joseph McNamara ... Himself - Police Officer (segment "The Blue Wall of Silence")
John Timoney ... Himself - Police Chief (segment "The Blue Wall of Silence")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "TB")
Tatiana Grishina ... Herself - Tuberculosis Researcher (segment "TB")
Ludmilla Koltsova ... Herself - Doctor (segment "TB")
Alexander Yaroshov ... Himself - Doctor (segment "TB")
Paul Farmer ... Himself - Harvard Medical School (segment "TB")
Alex Goldfarb ... Himself - Microbiologist (segment "TB")
Lee Reichman ... Himself - Director, National Tuberculosis Center (segment "TB")
Barry Kreiswirth ... Himself - Public Health Research Institute (segment "TB")
Fran Fortney ... Herself - Doctor (segment "TB")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "David L. Wolper")

David L. Wolper ... Himself - Producer (segment "David L. Wolper")
Mark Wolper ... Himself - David's Son (segment "David L. Wolper")
Gloria Wolper ... Herself - David's Wife (segment "David L. Wolper")

Richard Crenna ... Himself - Actor (segment "David L. Wolper")

Red Buttons ... Himself - Comedian (segment "David L. Wolper")
Fred Silverman ... Himself - Head of Programming, ABC (segment "David L. Wolper")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 4: Ron Reagan on Ronald Reagan/The Scuffed Halls of Ivy: Emory University/Doing the Right Thing?

10 October 1999
"Ron Reagan on Ronald Reagan" talks to the son of the president about his father. "The Scuffed Halls Of Ivy: Emory University" looks at a professor who was forced out due to politics. "Doing the Right Thing?" examines whether the L.A.P.D. allowed a shoot-out suspect to die after he surrendered. "Andy Rooney" talks about the end of the world.
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Ron Reagan on Ronald Reagan")
Ron Reagan ... Himself - Ronald Reagan's Son (segment "Ron Reagan on Ronald Reagan")

Ronald Reagan ... Himself - Former President (segment "Ron Reagan on Ronald Reagan") (archive footage)
Edmund Morris ... Himself - Reagan Biographer (segment "Ron Reagan on Ronald Reagan")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Scuffed Halls Of Ivy: Emory University")
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld ... Himself - Professor (segment "The Scuffed Halls Of Ivy: Emory University")
William Chace ... Himself - Emory University President (segment "The Scuffed Halls Of Ivy: Emory University")
Bob Harty ... Himself - Georgia Tech Spokesman (segment "The Scuffed Halls Of Ivy: Emory University")
Cynthia McKinney ... Herself - Representative, Georgia (segment "The Scuffed Halls Of Ivy: Emory University")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Doing the Right Thing?")
Dora Lubensky ... Herself - Witness (segment "Doing the Right Thing?")
Emil Matasareanu ... Himself - Bank Robber (segment "Doing the Right Thing?") (archive footage)
Stephen Yagman ... Himself - Attorney (segment "Doing the Right Thing?")
Don Vincent ... Himself - City Attorney (segment "Doing the Right Thing?")
Marshall Morgan ... Himself - Head of Emergency Medicine, UCLA (segment "Doing the Right Thing?")
John Futrell ... Himself - Police Officer (segment "Doing the Right Thing?")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 5: Why So Expensive?/Cop Killer/Strive, a Second Look

17 October 1999
"Why So Expensive?" examines while senior citizens are traveling to Canada to buy the prescription drugs. "Cop Killer" looks at how a model prisoner has been stopped repeatedly from getting parole. "Strive, a Second Look" takes another look at a training program that assists people on welfare. "Andy Rooney" goes on-board a nuclear submarine.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Why So Expensive?")
Viola Quirion ... Herself - Retired Person (segment "Why So Expensive?")
George Kourpias ... Himself - President, National Council of Senior Citizens (segment "Why So Expensive?")
Carolyn Swift ... Herself - Professor (segment "Why So Expensive?")
Lena Sanford ... Herself - Retired Person (segment "Why So Expensive?")
Tom Allen ... Himself - Representative, Maine (segment "Why So Expensive?")
Alan Holmer ... Himself - Pharmaceutical Representative (segment "Why So Expensive?")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Cop Killer")
Tommy Trantino ... Himself - Convicted Murderer (segment "Cop Killer")
Andrew Voto ... Himself - Police Chief (segment "Cop Killer")
Roger Lowenstein ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Cop Killer")
Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter ... Himself - Former Prisoner (segment "Cop Killer")
Tom Lynch ... Himself - Warden (segment "Cop Killer")
Loren Ranton ... Himself - Parole Board Member (segment "Cop Killer")
Joseph Delaney ... Himself - Police Chief (segment "Cop Killer")

Morton Downey Jr. ... Himself - Television Host (segment "Cop Killer") (archive footage)
Andrew Consovoy ... Himself - Chairman, Parole Board (segment "Cop Killer")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Strive, a Second Look")
Rob Carmona ... Himself - Executive Director, Strive (segment "Strive, a Second Look")
Frank Horton ... Himself - Strive Trainer (segment "Strive, a Second Look")
Antonio Rodriguez ... Himself - Unemployed Person (segment "Strive, a Second Look")
Darleice Coleman ... Herself - Strive Graduate (segment "Strive, a Second Look")
Dan Jusino ... Himself - Strive Staffer (segment "Strive, a Second Look")
Gail Bryant ... Herself - Strive Graduate (segment "Strive, a Second Look")
Victor Barriera ... Himself - Strive Graduate (segment "Strive, a Second Look")
James ... Himself - Unemployed Person (segment "Strive, a Second Look")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 6: President Bradley?/Knee Deep in Fraud/Cruising for Fun and Profit

24 October 1999
"President Bradley?" profiles the former Senator from New Jersey who is running for president. "Knee Deep in Fraud" investigates fraud in California's health-care system. "Cruising for Fun and Profit" investigates how cruise lines bring in large profiles but pay little in taxes. "Andy Rooney" talks about presidential candidates for the 2000 election.
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "President Bradley?")

Bill Bradley ... Himself - Presidential Candidate (segment "President Bradley?")
Ernestine Schlant Bradley ... Herself - Bill's Wife (segment "President Bradley?")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Knee Deep in Fraud")
Kathleen Connell ... Himself - California State Controller (segment "Knee Deep in Fraud")
Alan Cates ... Himself - Auditor (segment "Knee Deep in Fraud")
Jim Wedick ... Himself - FBI Agent (segment "Knee Deep in Fraud")
Tom Timmerman ... Himself - California's Attorney General's Office (segment "Knee Deep in Fraud")
Paul Zander ... Himself - Medical Supplier (segment "Knee Deep in Fraud")
Diana Bonta ... Herself - Department of Health Services (segment "Knee Deep in Fraud")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Cruising for Fun and Profit")
Peter A. DeFazio ... Himself - Representative, Oregon (segment "Cruising for Fun and Profit")
Gene Taylor ... Himself - Representative, Mississippi (segment "Cruising for Fun and Profit")
Cynthia Colenda ... Herself - Trade Association Representative (segment "Cruising for Fun and Profit")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 7: You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown/The Pill/The Eyes

31 October 1999
"You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" interviews and profiles cartoonist Charles Schulz. "The Pill" investigates whether and illness suffered by Gulf War veterans may be due to a mandatory medication given to them to counteract nerve gas. "The Eyes" talks to three blind men about their lives. "Andy Rooney" talks about a large check he was sent in error.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown")
Charles M. Schulz ... Himself - Cartoonist (segment "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown")
Jeanie Schulz ... Herself - Charles's Wife (segment "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Pill")
Carol Picou ... Herself - Gulf War Veteran (segment "The Pill")
Thomas Tiedt ... Himself - Medical Researcher (segment "The Pill")
Russell Long ... Himself - Chaplain (segment "The Pill")
Jay Rockefeller ... Himself - Senator, West Virginia (segment "The Pill")
Michael Doubleday ... Himself - Captain (segment "The Pill")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Eyes")
Gordon Gund ... Himself - Visually Impaired Person (segment "The Eyes")
Jim Knipfel ... Himself - Visually Impaired Person (segment "The Eyes")
Isaac Lidsky ... Himself - Visually Impaired Person (segment "The Eyes")
Gene Dejaun ... Himself - Electronic Eye Developer (segment "The Eyes")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 8: On Trial for Murder/Lord of the Manor/A Doctor in the House?/Con Man

7 November 1999
"On Trial for Murder" looks at the case of an 11 year old boy who is charged with murder. "Lord of the Manor" looks at the feud surrounding Gardiner Island. "A Doctor in the House?" examines why many new doctors in the United States are trained overseas. "Con Man" investigates a man who conned elderly Americans out of over $200 million using a lottery pool scheme. "Andy Rooney" looks at out-of-town newspapers.
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "On Trial for Murder")
Nathaniel Abraham ... Himself - Accused Murderer (segment "On Trial for Murder")
Geoffrey Fieger ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "On Trial for Murder")
David Gorcyca ... Himself - Prosecuting Attorney (segment "On Trial for Murder")
Gloria Abraham ... Herself - Nathaniel's Mother (segment "On Trial for Murder")
Nicole Greene ... Herself - Ronnie Greene's Sister (segment "On Trial for Murder")
William Van Regenmorter ... Himself - State Senator, Michigan (segment "On Trial for Murder")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Lord of the Manor")
Robert David Lion Gardiner ... Himself - Oldest Surviving Member, Gardiner Family (segment "Lord of the Manor")
Steven Gaines ... Himself - Author (segment "Lord of the Manor")
Gene Wishod ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Lord of the Manor")
Joe Attonito ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Lord of the Manor")
G. Gardiner Green Jr. ... Himself - Distant Cousin (segment "Lord of the Manor")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "A Doctor in the House?")
Samson Jesudass ... Himself - Doctor (segment "A Doctor in the House?")
Abraham Verghese ... Himself - Doctor (segment "A Doctor in the House?")
Fitzhugh Mullan ... Himself - Former Assistant Surgeon General (segment "A Doctor in the House?")
David Sundwall ... Himself - Doctor (segment "A Doctor in the House?")
Kima Taylor ... Herself - Doctor (segment "A Doctor in the House?")
Daniel Villa ... Himself - Patient (segment "A Doctor in the House?")
Ada Loeb ... Herself - Patient (segment "A Doctor in the House?")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Con Man")
James Blair Down ... Himself - Con Man (segment "Con Man") (archive footage)
Irene Taylor ... Herself - Con Artist Victim (segment "Con Man")
Don Smith ... Himself - Police Sergeant (segment "Con Man")
Ray Korinek ... Himself - Con Artist Victim (segment "Con Man")
Katrina Pflaumer ... Herself - U.S. Attorney (segment "Con Man")
Martin Kenney ... Himself - Interclaim (segment "Con Man")

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 9: Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later/Gold in Them Thar Schools/Oh Lord!

14 November 1999
"Haiti: 5 Years and A Billion Dollars Later" examines whether aid from the U.S. has helped restore Haiti's government and justice system. "Gold in Them Thar Schools" looks at the controversial for-profit Edison Schools. "Oh Lord!" looks at reforms in the British House of Lords. "Andy Rooney" talks about car bumpers.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later")
Maurice Geiger ... Himself - Justice Department Attorney (segment "Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later")
Phyllis Forbes ... Herself - USAID (segment "Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later")
Michelle Jacobs ... Himself - Checchi and Company (segment "Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later")
Bill O'Neil ... Himself - United Nations Human Rights Mission (segment "Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Gold in Them Thar Schools")
Christopher Whittle ... Himself - Whittle Communications (segment "Gold in Them Thar Schools")
Benno Schmidt ... Himself - President, Yale University (segment "Gold in Them Thar Schools")
Glenda Washington ... Herself - Teacher, Edison School (segment "Gold in Them Thar Schools")
Jerlyse Stewart ... Herself - Teacher, Edison School (segment "Gold in Them Thar Schools")
Alex Molnar ... Himself - Professor, University of Wisconsin (segment "Gold in Them Thar Schools")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Oh Lord!")

Queen Elizabeth II ... Herself - Monarch of England (segment "Oh Lord!") (archive footage)
Andrew Cavendish ... Himself - Duke of Devonshire (segment "Oh Lord!")

Tony Blair ... Himself - Prime Minister (segment "Oh Lord!") (archive footage)
Charlie Brocket ... Himself - Lord Brocket (segment "Oh Lord!")
Cherry Drummond ... Herself - Baroness Strange (segment "Oh Lord!")
Robert Gascoyne-Cecil ... Himself - Viscount Cranborne (segment "Oh Lord!")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 10: Untouchable?/Carol Burnett/R.U.C.

21 November 1999
"Untouchable?" examines the disappearance of alleged drug kingpin Mario Villanueva who was suppose to be under heavy police surveillance. "Carol Burnett" profiles the comedian. "R.U.C." examines Northern Ireland's heavily Protestant Royal Ulster Constabulary. "Andy Rooney" talks about women on navy submarines and in sports locker rooms.
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Untouchable?")
Jorge Madrazo ... Himself - Attorney General (segment "Untouchable?")
Mario Villanueva ... Himself - Governor, Quintana Roo (segment "Untouchable?")
Tim Golden ... Himself - The New York Times (segment "Untouchable?")
Thomas Constantine ... Himself - Drug Enforcement Administration (segment "Untouchable?")
Francisco Rangel Castelazo ... Himself - Land Owner (segment "Untouchable?")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Carol Burnett")

Carol Burnett ... Herself - Comedian (segment "Carol Burnett")

Julie Andrews ... Herself - Actress (segment "Carol Burnett")

Beverly Sills ... Herself - Opera Diva (segment "Carol Burnett")
Carrie Hamilton ... Herself - Carol's Daughter (segment "Carol Burnett")
Erin Hamilton ... Herself - Carol's Daughter (segment "Carol Burnett")

Jody Hamilton ... Herself - Carol's Daughter (segment "Carol Burnett")

Tim Conway ... Himself - Comedian (segment "Carol Burnett")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Host

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "R.U.C.")
Paul Slaine ... Himself - Europe Police Force (segment "R.U.C.")
Rosemary Graham ... Herself - John Graham's Wife (segment "R.U.C.")
John Graham ... Himself - Constable (segment "R.U.C.") (archive footage)
David Johnston ... Himself - Constable (segment "R.U.C.") (archive footage)
Diane Hamill ... Herself - Robert Hamill's Sister (segment "R.U.C.")
Robert Hamill ... Himself - Assault Victim (segment "R.U.C.") (archive footage)
Rosemary Nelson ... Himself - Attorney (segment "R.U.C.")
Ronnie Flanagan ... Himself - Chief Constable, Royal Ulster Constabulary (segment "R.U.C.")
Pat Fahy ... Himself - Attorney (segment "R.U.C.")
Chris Patten ... Himself - British Politician (segment "R.U.C.")

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")
Jim Ransom ... Himself - Navy Commander (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 11: Suicide or Murder?/Not as Private as You Think/Slam!

28 November 1999
"Suicide or Murder?" examines the death of Captain Gordon Hess which many believe to have been a homicide. "Not as Private as You Think" examines how Internet companies are compiling information about consumers. "Slam!" looks at a new form of poetry. "Andy Rooney" looks at medication side effects.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Suicide or Murder?")
John Burris ... Himself - National Guard Officer (segment "Suicide or Murder?")
Dan Quinn ... Himself - Army Colonel (segment "Suicide or Murder?")
Doreen Hess ... Herself - Gordon Hess's Wife (segment "Suicide or Murder?")
Vernon Geberth ... Himself - Homicide Investigator (segment "Suicide or Murder?")
Dominick Dimaio ... Himself - Medical Examiner (segment "Suicide or Murder?")
Daniel Doherty ... Himself - General (segment "Suicide or Murder?") (archive footage)
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Not as Private as You Think")
Jason Catlett ... Himself - Internet Entrepreneur (segment "Not as Private as You Think")
Austin Hill ... Himself - Zero-Knowledge Systems (segment "Not as Private as You Think")
Lori Fena ... Herself - TRUSTe (segment "Not as Private as You Think")
Michael Saylor ... Himself - CEO, MicroStrategy (segment "Not as Private as You Think")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Slam!")
Mark Smith ... Himself - Slam Poet (segment "Slam!")
Gayle Danley ... Himself - Former National Slam Champion (segment "Slam!")
Robert Pinsky ... Himself - US Poet Laureate (segment "Slam!")
Dan Houston ... Himself - Slam Poet (segment "Slam!")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 12: Miranda/Columbia's Andres Pastrana/President Gore?

5 December 1999
"Miranda" talks to a professor who wants to overturn the Supreme Court case which led to the police warning. "Columbia's Andres Pastrana" talks to the president of Columbia who wants more U.S. help in the was on drugs. "President Gore?" talks to the vice president about his candidacy for the presidency. "Andy Rooney" talks about new years.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Miranda")
George Kendall ... Himself - Civil Rights Attorney (segment "Miranda")
Paul Cassell ... Himself - Professor (segment "Miranda")
Thomas Durkin ... Himself - Detective (segment "Miranda")
James Hundley ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Miranda")
William Otis ... Himself - U.S. Attorney (segment "Miranda")

William J. Bratton ... Himself - New York City Police Commissioner (segment "Miranda")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Columbia's Andres Pastrana")
Andrés Pastrana Arango ... Himself - President, Columbia (segment "Columbia's Andres Pastrana") (as Andrés Pastrana)
Nohra Pastrana ... Herself - First Lady, Columbia (segment "Columbia's Andres Pastrana")
Isaac Lee ... Himself - Managing Editor, Semana (segment "Columbia's Andres Pastrana")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "President Gore?")

Al Gore ... Himself - Vice President (segment "President Gore?")
Pauline Gore ... Herself - Al Gore's Mother (segment "President Gore?")

Tipper Gore ... Herself - Al Gore's Wife (segment "President Gore?")
Kristin Gore ... Herself - Al Gore's Daughter (segment "President Gore?")
Sarah Gore ... Herself - Al Gore's Daughter (segment "President Gore?")
Albert Gore III ... Herself - Al Gore's Son (segment "President Gore?")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 13: Don't Ask, Don't Tell/Rumpole of the Bailey/Agent Orange

12 December 1999
"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" examines how the law governing homosexuals in the military has been largely disregarded. "Rumpole of the Bailey" talks to the creator of the popular fictional lawyer. "Agent Orange" examines the controversial defoliant used by the military during the Vietnam War. "Andy Rooney" talks about the best athletes of the century.
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Don't Ask, Don't Tell")
Barry Winchell ... Himself - Murder Victim (archive footage)
Calvin Glover ... Himself - Convicted Murderer (archive footage)
Pat Kutteles ... Herself - Mother of Barry Winchell (segment "Don't Ask, Don't Tell")
Javier Torres ... Himself - Army Private (segment "Don't Ask, Don't Tell")
Robert Maginnis ... Himself - Army Lieutenant Colonel (segment "Don't Ask, Don't Tell")
Steve May ... Himself - State Representative, Arizona (segment "Don't Ask, Don't Tell")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Rumpole of the Bailey")

Leo McKern ... Himself - Actor (segment "Rumpole of the Bailey") (archive footage)
John Mortimer ... Himself - Author (segment "Rumpole of the Bailey")

John Lithgow ... Himself - Actor (segment "Rumpole of the Bailey") (archive footage)

Kathy Lette ... Herself - Author (segment "Rumpole of the Bailey")
Geoffrey Robertson ... Himself - Civil Rights Lawyer (segment "Rumpole of the Bailey")
Gerald Uelman ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Rumpole of the Bailey") (archive footage)

Jeremy Irons ... Himself - Actor (segment "Rumpole of the Bailey")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Christiane Amanpour ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Agent Orange")
Tom Boivin ... Himself - Medical Researcher (segment "Agent Orange")
Larry Lay ... Himself - Amry Veteran (segment "Agent Orange")
Stacy Lay ... Herself - Larry's Daughter (segment "Agent Orange")
Tran Manh Hung ... Himself - Doctor (segment "Agent Orange")
Ho Thuong Phich ... Himself - Agent Orange Sufferer (segment "Agent Orange")
Quin Dem ... Herself - Agent Orange Sufferer (segment "Agent Orange")
Ralph Brands ... Himself - Medical Researcher (segment "Agent Orange")
Le Diem Huong ... Himself - Neonatologist (segment "Agent Orange")
Arnold Schecter ... Himself - Medical Researcher (segment "Agent Orange")
Le Cao Dai ... Himself - Medical Researcher (segment "Agent Orange")
George Claxton ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Agent Orange")

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Muhammad Ali ... Himself - Boxer (segment "Andy Rooney") (archive footage)

Joe Louis ... Himself - Boxer (segment "Andy Rooney") (archive footage)
Ty Cobb ... Himself - Baseball Player (segment "Andy Rooney") (archive footage)

Johnny Weissmuller ... Himself - Swimmer (segment "Andy Rooney") (archive footage)
Bobby Jones ... Himself - Tennis Player (segment "Andy Rooney") (archive footage)

Season 32, Episode 14: The Secrecy Clause/Big Chicken/Hello, I'm in Finland

19 December 1999
"The Secrecy Clause" looks at how some pharmaceutical companies are using secrecy clauses to suppress research that may undermine their profits. "Big Chicken" examines how the chicken industry treats its workers. "Hello, I'm in Finland" looks at why Finland has one of the most advance telephone systems on Earth. "Andy Rooney" talks about packaging.
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "The Secrecy Clause")
Betty Dong ... Herself - Medical Researcher (segment "The Secrecy Clause")
Nancy Olivieri ... Herself - Medical Researcher (segment "The Secrecy Clause")
Barry Sherman ... Himself - CEO, Apotex Inc. (segment "The Secrecy Clause")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Big Chicken")
Jim Lewis ... Himself - Episcopal Priest (segment "Big Chicken")
Ken Bounds ... Himself - Delmarva Poultry Industry (segment "Big Chicken")
Mary Ann Granger ... Herself - Injured Plant Worker (segment "Big Chicken")
Carole Morison ... Herself - Chicken Farmer (segment "Big Chicken")
Frank Morrison ... Himself - Chicken Farmer (segment "Big Chicken")
Raymond White ... Himself - Chicken Catcher (segment "Big Chicken")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Host

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Hello, I'm in Finland")
Jorma Ollila ... Himself - Chief Executive, Nokia (segment "Hello, I'm in Finland")
John Knutas ... Himself - Writer, Finland (segment "Hello, I'm in Finland")
Heidi ... Herself - Finnish Teenager (segment "Hello, I'm in Finland")
Karen Armstrong ... Herself - Anthropologist (segment "Hello, I'm in Finland")
Delia Armstrong ... Herself - Karen's Daughter (segment "Hello, I'm in Finland")

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 15: D.U./Miracle on 43rd Street/Wanted

26 December 1999
"D.U." investigates the use of depleted uranium in the Gulf War and whether U.S. soldiers were unnecessarily exposed to it. "Miracle on 43rd Street" examines an old hotel has been renovated for use to support housing for the homeless. "Wanted" examines the case of a St. Kitts businessman who is wanted for drug trafficking. "Andy Rooney" talks about buying your own Christmas president.

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "D.U.")
Bernard Rostker ... Himself - Undersecretary of the Army (segment "D.U.")
Michael Flores ... Himself - Gulf War Veteran (segment "D.U.")
Mark Panzera ... Himself - Gulf War Veteran (segment "D.U.")
Cassandra Garner ... Herself - Gulf War Veteran (segment "D.U.")
Jerry Wheat ... Himself - Gulf War Veteran (segment "D.U.")
Doug Rokke ... Himself - Depleted Uranium Expert (segment "D.U.")
William Arkin ... Himself - Military Analyst (segment "D.U.")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Miracle on 43rd Street")

Rudy Giuliani ... Himself - Mayor, New York (segment "Miracle on 43rd Street") (archive footage)
Roseanne Haggerty ... Herself - Housing Developer (segment "Miracle on 43rd Street")
Tony Hannigan ... Himself - Center for Urban Community Services (segment "Miracle on 43rd Street")
Earl Walker ... Himself - Former Crack Addict (segment "Miracle on 43rd Street")
Annie Laurie Hunter ... Herself - Multiple Personality Sufferer (segment "Miracle on 43rd Street")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Wanted")
Brian Reynolds ... Himself - Former Commissioner of Police, St. Kitts (segment "Wanted")
Charles Miller ... Himself - Fugitive (segment "Wanted") (archive footage)
Kenneth Williams ... Himself - Newspaper Publisher (segment "Wanted")
Constance Mitcham ... Herself - Cousin of Lillian Matthews (segment "Wanted")
Lillian Matthew ... Herself - Wife of Jude Matthew (segment "Wanted")
Delano Bart ... Himself - Attorney General, St. Kitts (segment "Wanted")
James Rubin ... Himself - State Department Spokesman (segment "Wanted") (archive footage)

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 16: Need Cash?/Bill Parcells/His Honor, the Mayor

2 January 2000
"Need Cash?" looks at how some automobile title lenders have been charging exorbitant interest rates. "Bill Parcells" talks to the New York Jets Coach about his career. "His Honor, the Mayor" talks to Jerry Brown the former Governor of California who is now the Mayor of Oakland. "Andy Rooney" talks about history and its influence on the present.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Need Cash?")
Bob Butterworth ... Himself - Florida Attorney General (segment "Need Cash?")
Sherri Bradford ... Herself - Predatory Lending Victim (segment "Need Cash?")
Sonnette McKnight ... Herself - Predatory Lending Victim (segment "Need Cash?")
Bill Sublette ... Himself - State Representative, Florida (segment "Need Cash?")
Don Tucker ... Himself - Former State Representative, Florida (segment "Need Cash?")
Mike Coniglio ... Himself - President, Southern Association of Title Lenders (segment "Need Cash?")
Paul Christie ... Himself - Predatory Lending Victim (segment "Need Cash?")
Bob Reich ... Himself - President, Title Loans of America (segment "Need Cash?")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Bill Parcells")
Bill Parcells ... Himself - Coach, New York Jets (segment "Bill Parcells")
Vinny Testaverde ... Himself - Football Player, New York Giants (segment "Bill Parcells")
Bryan Cox ... Himself - Football Player, New York Giants (segment "Bill Parcells")

Keyshawn Johnson ... Himself - Football Player, New York Giants (segment "Bill Parcells")
Judy Parcells ... Herself - Bill Parcells' Wife (segment "Bill Parcells")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "His Honor, the Mayor")

Jerry Brown ... Himself - Mayor, Oakland (segment "His Honor, the Mayor")
Robert Bobb ... Himself - City Manager (segment "His Honor, the Mayor")
Polly Santos ... Herself - Oakland Resident (segment "His Honor, the Mayor")
Mary King ... Herself - Oakland County Official (segment "His Honor, the Mayor")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 17: Adopt Me/Denzel/Boris Yeltsin

9 January 2000
"Adopt Me" examines the controversial of adoption parties for special needs children. "Denzel" profiles the popular actor Denzel Washington. "Boris Yeltsin" examines the legacy of the Russian president and look at how he has a reputation of being both a hero and a corrupt politician. "Andy Rooney" talks about advertising something as the best.

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Adopt Me")
Shanti ... Herself - Former Foster Child (segment "Adopt Me")
Jennifer ... Herself - Former Foster Child (segment "Adopt Me")
Brandon Neita ... Himself - Sabrina's Son (segment "Adopt Me")
Sabrina Neita ... Herself - Interested in Adoption (segment "Adopt Me")
Lamont ... Himself - Foster Child (segment "Adopt Me")
Patrick Murphy ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Adopt Me")
Laura Linthicum ... Herself - Adoption Supervisor (segment "Adopt Me")
Craig Moore ... Himself - Interested in Adoption (segment "Adopt Me")
Andrea Moore ... Herself - Interested in Adoption (segment "Adopt Me")
Trevez ... Himself - Foster Child (segment "Adopt Me")
Linda Hodson ... Herself - Interested in Adoption (segment "Adopt Me")
Mike Hodson ... Himself - Interested in Adoption (segment "Adopt Me")
Tracie ... Herself - Foster Child (segment "Adopt Me")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Denzel")

Denzel Washington ... Himself - Actor (segment "Denzel")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Boris Yeltsin")
Boris Yeltsin ... Himself - Former President, Russia (segment "Boris Yeltsin") (archive footage)
Leon Aron ... Himself - Yeltsin Biographer (segment "Boris Yeltsin")

David Remnick ... Himself - Editor, New York Times Magazine (segment "Boris Yeltsin")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 18: MTBE/Ben Zander

16 January 2000
"MTBE" investigates how a gasoline additive used by oil companies to satisfy the clean air act is now polluting groundwater. "Ben Zander" profiles the conductor of the Boston Philharmonic. "Andy Rooney" talks about news stories that sound like they are too good to be true.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "MTBE")
Craig Perkins ... Himself - Director of Public Works, Santa Monica (segment "MTBE")

George Bush ... Himself - President (segment "MTBE") (archive footage)
Bernard Goldstein ... Himself - Toxicologist (segment "MTBE")
Peter Garrett ... Himself - Maine Department of Environmental Protection (segment "MTBE")
Bob Perciasepe ... Himself - Assistant Administrator, EPA (segment "MTBE")
Victor Sher ... Himself - Attorney (segment "MTBE")
Bob Campbell ... Himself - CEO, Sunoco (segment "MTBE")
Freda Kubas ... Herself - Glennville Resident (segment "MTBE")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Ben Zander")
Benjamin Zander ... Himself - Conductor, Boston Philharmonic (segment "Ben Zander")
Rosamund Zander ... Herself - Ben's Wife (segment "Ben Zander")

Yo-Yo Ma ... Himself - Cellist (segment "Ben Zander")

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 19: Southern Exposure/Come Dancing/Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief

23 January 2000
"Southern Exposure" investigates allegations of racial discrimination at the Savannah River Nuclear Site. "Come Dancing" looks at the growth of competitive of ballroom dance. "Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief" profiles the controversial hacker. "Andy Rooney" talks about symbols and the Confederate flag.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Southern Exposure")
Ivan Smith ... Himself - New York City Attorney (segment "Southern Exposure")
Joseph Buggy ... Himself - President, Savannah River (segment "Southern Exposure")
Moses Myers ... Himself - Savannah River Employee (segment "Southern Exposure")
Phyllis Calhoun Hurley ... Herself - Former Savannah River Employee (segment "Southern Exposure")
Fred Cavanaugh ... Himself - Mayor, Aiken (segment "Southern Exposure")
Willar Hightower ... Himself - Aiken County Council (segment "Southern Exposure")
Jimmy Walker ... Himself - Savannah River Employee (segment "Southern Exposure")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Come Dancing")
Peggy Spencer ... Herself - Ballroom Dancer (segment "Come Dancing")
Tony Banks ... Himself - Former Minister of Sport (segment "Come Dancing")
Corky Ballas ... Himself - Ball Dance Teacher (segment "Come Dancing")
Eric Drossart ... Himself - European Managing Director, IMG (segment "Come Dancing")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief")

Kevin Mitnick ... Himself - Cyberthief (segment "Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief")
Chris Painter ... Himself - Federal Prosecutor (segment "Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief")
Tsutomu Shimomura ... Himself - Computer Scientist (segment "Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief")
Eric Schmidt ... Himself - CEO, Novell (segment "Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 20: Carol Burnett/Big Man, Big Voice/The Diva Next Door

30 January 2000
"Carol Burnett" rebroadcasts a profile of the popular comedian. "Big Man, Big Voice" rebroadcasts a profile of a German singer who suffers from birth defects due to thalidomide. "The Diva Next Door" rebroadcasts a profile of opera singer Renee Fleming. "Andy Rooney" talks about car advertisement.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Carol Burnett")

Carol Burnett ... Herself - Comedian (segment "Carol Burnett") (archive footage)

Julie Andrews ... Herself - Actress (segment "Carol Burnett") (archive footage)

Beverly Sills ... Herself - Opera Diva (segment "Carol Burnett") (archive footage)
Carrie Hamilton ... Herself - Carol's Daughter (segment "Carol Burnett") (archive footage)
Erin Hamilton ... Herself - Carol's Daughter (segment "Carol Burnett") (archive footage)

Jody Hamilton ... Herself - Carol's Daughter (segment "Carol Burnett") (archive footage)

Tim Conway ... Himself - Comedian (segment "Carol Burnett") (archive footage)
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Big Man, Big Voice")
Thomas Quasthoff ... Himself - Singer (segment "Big Man, Big Voice") (archive footage)

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Diva Next Door")

Renée Fleming ... Herself - Opera Singer (segment "The Diva Next Door") (archive footage)

André Previn ... Himself - Director (segment "The Diva Next Door") (archive footage)

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 21: Ethnic Profiling/Gross National Happiness/The Court-Martial of Major Bates

6 February 2000
"Ethnic Profiling" talks to a former CIA Employee who thinks he was fired because he is Jewish. "Gross National Happiness" visits the country of Bhutan which focuses more on happiness than economic growth. "The Court-Martial of Major Bates" talks to a major who may face court-martial due to his refusal to accept an Anthrax Vaccination. "Andy Rooney" talks about the ten best unimportant inventions.
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Ethnic Profiling")

Adam Ciralsky ... Himself - CIA Lawyer (segment "Ethnic Profiling")
Neal Sher ... Himself - Ciralsky's Lawyer (segment "Ethnic Profiling")
Joe DiGenova ... Himself - Former U.S. Attorney (segment "Ethnic Profiling")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Gross National Happiness")
Jigme Thinley ... Himself - Foreign Minister, Bhutan (segment "Gross National Happiness")
Kinley Dorji ... Himself - Newspaper Editor, Bhutan (segment "Gross National Happiness")
Sonam Tshong ... Himself - Bhutan Broadcasting Service (segment "Gross National Happiness")
Pem Dorji ... Himself - Regional Governor (segment "Gross National Happiness")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Corrrespondent (segment "The Court-Martial of Major Bates")
Sonnie Bates ... Himself - Air Force Major (segment "The Court-Martial of Major Bates")
Michelle Piel ... Herself - Air Force Captain (segment "The Court-Martial of Major Bates")
Jim Gallagher ... Himself - Air Force Captain (segment "The Court-Martial of Major Bates")
Ronald Blanck ... Himself - Army Surgeon General (segment "The Court-Martial of Major Bates")
Dan Burton ... Himself - Representative, Indiana (segment "The Court-Martial of Major Bates")
Jay Lacklen ... Himself - Reserve Pilot, Dover Air Force Base (segment "The Court-Martial of Major Bates")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 22: You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown/LAPD Confidential/Unfortunate and Untrue?

13 February 2000
"You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" rebroadcasts a profile of cartoonist Charles Schulz who recently passed away. "LAPD Confidential" looks at how a whistle-blower exposed the LAPD's controversial domestic abuse policy. "Unfortunate and Untrue?" looks at the questionable past of an author who wrote a book critical of George W. Bush. "Andy Rooney" talks about the new dollar coin released by the U.S. Mint.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown")
Charles M. Schulz ... Himself - Cartoonist (segment "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown") (archive footage)
Jeanie Schulz ... Herself - Charles's Wife (segment "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown") (archive footage)

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "LAPD Confidential")
Bob Mullally ... Himself - Whistleblower (segment "LAPD Confidential")
Dana Taschner ... Herself - Attorney (segment "LAPD Confidential")
Penny Harrington ... Herself - National Center for Women in Policing (segment "LAPD Confidential")
Katherine Spillar ... Herself - National Center for Women in Policing (segment "LAPD Confidential")

Harvey Levin ... Himself - Investigative Reporter (segment "LAPD Confidential")
David Dotson ... Himself - Former LAPD (segment "LAPD Confidential")
Katherine Mader ... Herself - Former LAPD (segment "LAPD Confidential")
Tim McOsker ... Himself - Deputy City Attorney (segment "LAPD Confidential")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Unfortunate and Untrue?")
James Hatfield ... Himself - Author, Fortunate Son (segment "Unfortunate and Untrue?") (as J.H. Hatfield)
Peter Slover ... Himself - The Dallas Morning News (segment "Unfortunate and Untrue?")

George Bush ... Himself - Former President (segment "Unfortunate and Untrue?")
Jim Fitzgerald ... Himself - Literary Agent (segment "Unfortunate and Untrue?")
David Rosenthal ... Himself - Publisher, Simon & Schuster (segment "Unfortunate and Untrue?")

Sander Hicks ... Himself - Publisher, Soft Skull Press (segment "Unfortunate and Untrue?")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 23: Hit List?/Kevin Spacey/Whose Country Is It?

20 February 2000
"Hit List?" looks at how some anti-abortion activists are publishing personal information about abortion doctors. "Kevin Spacey" interviews the popular actor about his life and career. "Whose Country Is It?" examines the conflict in Israel between secular people and ultra-orthodox Jews. "Andy Rooney" talks about presidential press conferences.
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Hit List?")
John Britton ... Himself - Abortion Provider (segment "Hit List?") (archive footage)
Paul Hill ... Himself - Convicted Murderer (segment "Hit List?") (archive footage)
Andrew Burnett ... Himself - Hill Supporter (segment "Hit List?")
Cathy Ramey ... Herself - Anti-Abortion Activist (segment "Hit List?")
Paul DeParrie ... Himself - Anti-Abortion Activist (segment "Hit List?")
David Crane ... Himself - Anti-Abortion Activist (segment "Hit List?")
Dawn Stover ... Herself - Anti-Abortion Activist (segment "Hit List?")
Elizabeth Newhall ... Herself - Gynecologist (segment "Hit List?")
Maria Vullo ... Herself - Attorney (segment "Hit List?")
Kathryn Kolbert ... Herself - Annenberg Public Policy Center, University of Pennsylvania (segment "Hit List?")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Kevin Spacey")

Kevin Spacey ... Himself - Actor (segment "Kevin Spacey")

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Whose Country Is It?")
Zev Chafets ... Himself - Author & Former Government Official (segment "Whose Country Is It?")
Tommy Lapid ... Himself - Television Personality (segment "Whose Country Is It?")
Avraham Ravitz ... Himself - Member of Parliament (segment "Whose Country Is It?")
Aaron Feldman ... Himself - Rabbi (segment "Whose Country Is It?")
Naomi Ragen ... Herself - Novelist (segment "Whose Country Is It?")
Meir Elbom ... Himself - Orthodox Jew (segment "Whose Country Is It?")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 24: Echelon/Scam/King Coal

27 February 2000
"Echelon" examines the NSA program which uses listening posts around the world to monitor electronic communication. "Scam" looks at how some fake artistic masterpieces have fooled major auction houses. "King Coal" examines whether mountaintop removal mining is bad for the people of West Virginia. "Andy Rooney" rates the presidential candidates.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Echelon")
Mike Frost ... Himself - Former Spy (segment "Echelon")
Bob Barr ... Himself - Representative, Georgia (segment "Echelon") (archive footage)
Porter Goss ... Himself - Representative, Florida (segment "Echelon")
Wayne Madsen ... Himself - Electronic Privacy Information Center (segment "Echelon")
Margaret Newsham ... Herself - Former Employee, National Security Agency (segment "Echelon")
Glenn Ford ... Himself - European Parliament Member (segment "Echelon")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Scam")
Mickey Volpe ... Himself - Detective, Scotland Yard (segment "Scam")
John Myatt ... Himself - Artist (segment "Scam")
Geraldine Norman ... Herself - Author, Art Critic (segment "Scam")
Peter Nahum ... Himself - Art Dealer (segment "Scam")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "King Coal")
Ken Hechler ... Himself - Secretary of State, West Virginia (segment "King Coal")
James Weekley ... Himself - Resident, Blair (segment "King Coal")
Joe Lovett ... Himself - Jim's Lawyer (segment "King Coal")
Bill Raney ... Himself - President, West Virginia Coal Association (segment "King Coal")
Robert Byrd ... Himself - Senator, West Virginia (segment "King Coal") (archive footage)
Cecil Underwood ... Himself - Governor, West Virginia (segment "King Coal")
Terry Vance ... Himself - Unemployed Miner (segment "King Coal")
Alfred Nelson ... Himself - Unemployed Miner (segment "King Coal")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 25: Columbine Effect/Dikembe Mutombo/Who Is Arnon Milchan?

5 March 2000
"Columbine Effect" looks at how an Alabama school is having a problem dealing with a violent student because he is also considered disabled. "Dikembe Mutombo" talks to the basketball star about his efforts to provide medical care in the Congo. "Who Is Arnon Milchan?" profiles a former Israeli intelligence officer who is now a film producer. "Andy Rooney" looks at viewer mail.

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Columbine Effect")
Lance Landers ... Himself - Troubled Teenager (segment "Columbine Effect") (archive footage)
David Whetstone ... Himself - Baldwin County District Attorney (segment "Columbine Effect")
Ann Vinson ... Herself - Lance's Mother (segment "Columbine Effect")
Anthony Grigsby ... Himself - Police Officer (segment "Columbine Effect")
Eliza McGaster ... Herself - Teacher's Aide (segment "Columbine Effect")
Robert Silverstein ... Himself - Disability Advocate (segment "Columbine Effect")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Dikembe Mutombo")

Dikembe Mutombo ... Himself - NBA Player (segment "Dikembe Mutombo")
John Thompson ... Himself - Sports Talk Show Host (segment "Dikembe Mutombo")
Leon Kintaudi ... Himself - Director (segment "Dikembe Mutombo")
Louis Kanda ... Himself - Surgeon (segment "Dikembe Mutombo")

Steve Kroft ... Hiimself - Correspondent (segment "Who Is Arnon Milchan?")

Arnon Milchan ... Himself - Film Producer (segment "Who Is Arnon Milchan?")
Anita Busch ... Herself - Editor, The Hollywood Reporter (segment "Who Is Arnon Milchan?")

Warren Beatty ... Himself - Actor (segment "Who Is Arnon Milchan?") (archive footage)

Shimon Peres ... Himself - Former Prime Minister (segment "Who Is Arnon Milchan?")
Ehud Barak ... Himself - Prime Minister (segment "Who Is Arnon Milchan?")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 26: Timothy McVeigh/The Bodyguard's Story

12 March 2000
"Timothy McVeigh" interviews the man sentenced to death for setting off a bomb in Oklahoma City that destroyed the Murrah Federal Building and killed 168 people. "The Bodyguard's Story" interviews the bodyguard of Princess Diana who was the only person to survive the car accident that killed her.
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Timothy McVeigh")
Timothy McVeigh ... Himself - Oklahoma City Bomber (segment "Timothy McVeigh")
Diane Faircloth ... Herself - Juror (segment "Timothy McVeigh")
Tonya Steadman ... Herself - Juror (segment "Timothy McVeigh")
John Candelaria ... Himself - Juror (segment "Timothy McVeigh")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Bodyguard's Story")
Trevor Rees-Jones ... Himself - Bodyguard (segment "The Bodyguard's Story")
Kez Wingfield ... Himself - Bodyguard (segment "The Bodyguard's Story")
Jill Rees-Jones ... Herself - Trevor's Mother (segment "The Bodyguard's Story")

Season 32, Episode 27: Hitler's Pope/Women and the Web/Ciao Venezia

19 March 2000
"Hitler's Pope" looks at criticism against Pope Pius XII for his silence against Hitler's extermination of the Jews during World War II. "Women and the Web" looks at the increasing influence of women in computer-related professions. "Ciao Venezia" talks to the Mayor of Venice who wants to slow tourism to curb pollution in the city. "Andy Rooney" talks about the primaries and democracy,
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Hitler's Pope")
John Cornwell ... Himself - Cambridge University (segment "Hitler's Pope")
Peter Gumpel ... Himself - Priest (segment "Hitler's Pope")
Gerhard Riegner ... Himself - World Jewish Congress (segment "Hitler's Pope")
Settimia Spizzichino ... Herself - Holocaust Survivor (segment "Hitler's Pope")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Women and the Web")
Candice Carpenter ... Herself - Co-founder, iVillage.com (segment "Women and the Web")
Nancy Evans ... Herself - Co-founder, iVillage.com (segment "Women and the Web")
Anita Borg ... Herself - Institute for Women and Technology, Xerox (segment "Women and the Web")
Idit Harel ... Herself - Founder, Mamamedia.com (segment "Women and the Web")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Ciao Venezia")
Massimo Cacciari ... Himself - Mayor, Venice (segment "Ciao Venezia")
Oliviero Toscani ... Himself - Photographer (segment "Ciao Venezia")
Sergio Perosa ... Himself - Professor, University of Venice (segment "Ciao Venezia")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 28: By Faith Alone/Tom Joyner/Locked Up for Life?

26 March 2000
"By Faith Alone" looks at how the government Medicare system is paying for the non-medical care of Christian Scientists who religiously oppose the use of doctors. "Tom Joyner" profiles the popular radio host. "Locked Up for Life?" looks at the plight of INS detainees who have been arrested for crimes and must be deported, but cannot be deported because their countries of origin refuse to take them back. "Andy Rooney" talks about the census.

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "By Faith Alone")
Leslie Saunders ... Herself - Nurse (segment "By Faith Alone")
Mark Gilman ... Himself - Former Christian Scientist (segment "By Faith Alone")
Orrin G. Hatch ... Himself - Senator, Utah (segment "By Faith Alone")
Bob Bruno ... Himself - Attorney (segment "By Faith Alone")
Mike McConnell ... Himself - Law Professor (segment "By Faith Alone")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Tom Joyner")
Tom Joyner ... Himself - Radio Personality (segment "Tom Joyner")
Sybil Wilkes ... Herself - Radio Personality (segment "Tom Joyner") (archive footage)

Myra J. ... Herself - Radio Personality (segment "Tom Joyner") (archive footage)

Tavis Smiley ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Tom Joyner") (archive footage)
Stu Olds ... Himself - President, Katz Radio (segment "Tom Joyner") (archive footage)

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Locked Up for Life?")
Francisco Rodriguez ... Himself - Permanent Resident (segment "Locked Up for Life?")
Don Kerwin ... Himself - Catholic Legal Immigration Network (segment "Locked Up for Life?")
Bob Graham ... Himself - Senator, Florida (segment "Locked Up for Life?")
Nick Cadey ... Himself - INS Detainee (segment "Locked Up for Life?")
Cheryl Little ... Herself - Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center (segment "Locked Up for Life?")
Singh Phimmady ... Himself - INS Detainee (segment "Locked Up for Life?")
Paul Virtue ... Himself - Former Chief Counsel, INS (segment "Locked Up for Life?")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 29: Broken Promises/Queen Rania/Eric Clapton

2 April 2000
"Broken Promises" examines how Native Americans have lost billions of dollars because the U.S. government has mishandled their records. "Queen Rania" interviews and profiles the queen of Jordan. "Eric Clapton" interviews and profiles the popular musician. "Andy Rooney" talks about displaying the Ten Commandments outside of schools.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Broken Promises")
Elouise Cobell ... Herself - Blackfeet Tribe Member (segment "Broken Promises")
Mary Fish ... Herself - Muskogee Indian (segment "Broken Promises")
Marcella Giles ... Herself - Muskogee Indian & Attorney (segment "Broken Promises")
Ruby Withrow ... Herself - Potawatomi Indian (segment "Broken Promises")
Dennis Gingold ... Himself - Attorney (segment "Broken Promises")
Keith Harper ... Himself - Attorney (segment "Broken Promises")

John McCain ... Himself - Senator, Arizona (segment "Broken Promises")

Christiane Amanpour ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Queen Rania")
Queen Rania ... Herself - Queen of Jordan (segment "Queen Rania")

Abdullah II King Of Jordan ... Himself - King of Jordan (segment "Queen Rania")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Eric Clapton")

Eric Clapton ... Himself - Musician (segment "Eric Clapton")

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 30: Cyber War/Addicted to Orchids/Voice of the Farmer

9 April 2000
"Cyber War" examines how significant U.S. infrastructure is controlled by computers which may be subject to cyber attack. "Addicted to Orchids" looks at the $9 billion-a-year orchid industry. "Voice of the Farmer" examines how the American Farm Bureau is doing more to support big agribusiness companies than family farmers. "Andy Rooney" talks about professional wrestling.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Cyber War")
Jon Kyl ... Himself - Senator, Arizona (segment "Cyber War")
Richard Clarke ... Himself - White House Security Coordinator (segment "Cyber War")
John H. Campbell ... Himself - General (segment "Cyber War")
Herbert A. Browne ... Himself - Admiral (segment "Cyber War")
Bill Triplett ... Himself - Capitol Hill Staffer (segment "Cyber War")
Jeff Fay ... Himself - Infrastructure Defense (segment "Cyber War")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Addicted to Orchids")
Carol Noble ... Herself - Orchid Grower (segment "Addicted to Orchids")
Bob Weltz ... Himself - Orchid Grower (segment "Addicted to Orchids")
Kerry Herndon ... Himself - Florida Grower and Breeder (segment "Addicted to Orchids")
Kerry Root ... Himself - California Grower and Breeder (segment "Addicted to Orchids")
Eric Hansen ... Himself - Author, Orchid Fever (segment "Addicted to Orchids")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Voice of the Farmer")

George W. Bush ... Himself - Governor, Texas (segment "Voice of the Farmer") (archive footage)
Ed Wiederstein ... Himself - Iowa Chapter, Farm Bureau (segment "Voice of the Farmer")
Ken Cook ... Himself - Environmental Working Program (segment "Voice of the Farmer")
Chris Peterson ... Himself - Iowa Farmer (segment "Voice of the Farmer")
James Brown ... Himself - Farmer (segment "Voice of the Farmer")
Gary Bierschenk ... Himself - Farmer (segment "Voice of the Farmer")
Ron Thorson ... Himself - Radio Host (segment "Voice of the Farmer")
Linda Shutt ... Herself - Bread Store Owner (segment "Voice of the Farmer")
Paul Shutt ... Himself - Bread Store Owner (segment "Voice of the Farmer")
Sally Ann Garner ... Herself - Bank Vice President (segment "Voice of the Farmer")

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 31: Elian's Father/The Power of Positive Speaking/Laundering Drug Money?

16 April 2000
"Elian's Father" talks to the father Elian Gonzalez who wants his son to return to Cuba. "The Power of Positive Speaking" takes a look at motivational speaking. "Laundering Drug Money?" examines whether U.S. customs shut down an investigation to protect a politician in Mexico. "Andy Rooney" talks about whether Elian Gonzalez should return to Cuba.

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Elian's Father")
Juan Miguel González ... Himself - Elian's Father (segment "Elian's Father")
Elián González ... Himself - Cuban Refugee (segment "Elian's Father") (archive footage)
Ann Louise Bardach ... Herself - Reporter (segment "Elian's Father")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Power of Positive Speaking")
Peter Lowe ... Himself - Motivational Speaker (segment "The Power of Positive Speaking")

Mary Lou Retton ... Herself - Olympic Gymnast (segment "The Power of Positive Speaking") (archive footage)

Buzz Aldrin ... Himself - Former Astronaut (segment "The Power of Positive Speaking") (archive footage)

Colin Powell ... Himself - Former General (segment "The Power of Positive Speaking") (archive footage)
William J. Bennett ... Himself - Former Drug Czar (segment "The Power of Positive Speaking")
Donald Gibson ... Himself - Yale School of Management (segment "The Power of Positive Speaking")
Cody Ziglar ... Himself - Former Salesman (segment "The Power of Positive Speaking")

Anthony Robbins ... Himself - Motivational Speaker (segment "The Power of Positive Speaking") (archive footage)
Jeanne Robertson ... Herself - Motivational Speaker (segment "The Power of Positive Speaking")
George Campbell ... Himself - Comedian (segment "The Power of Positive Speaking")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Laundering Drug Money?")
Bill Gately ... Himself - Customs Agent (segment "Laundering Drug Money?")

Raymond W. Kelly ... Himself - Customs Commissioner (segment "Laundering Drug Money?")
Larry Barcella ... Himself - Former Justice Department Prosecutor (segment "Laundering Drug Money?")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 32: Different Kind of Governor/The Dirty War/The Lemba

23 April 2000
"Different Kind of Governor" profiles New Mexico's Gary Johnson who argues that some drugs should be legal. "The Dirty War" looks at how some of the child survivors of Argentina's Dirty War were adopted by the very people who murdered their parents. "The Lemba" looks at a black African tribe that claims to be Jewish and the DNA evidence that may corroborate their claim. "Andy Rooney" talks about automobile names.
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Different Kind of Governor")
Gary Johnson ... Himself - Governor, New Mexico (segment "Different Kind of Governor")
Barry McCaffrey ... Himself - Federal Drug Czar (segment "Different Kind of Governor") (archive footage)
Lauren Reichelt ... Herself - Health and Human Services (segment "Different Kind of Governor")
Ben Tafoya ... Himself - Alcohol and Drug Counselor (segment "Different Kind of Governor")
Phillip Gonzalez ... Himself - Recovering Drug Addict (segment "Different Kind of Governor")

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Dirty War")
Miriam Lewin ... Herself - Former Student Activist (segment "The Dirty War")
Rosa Roisinblit ... Herself - Patricia Rosenblit's Mother (segment "The Dirty War")
Mariana Eva Pérez ... Herself - Patricia Rosenblit's Daughter (segment "The Dirty War")
Carlita Artes ... Herself - Former Kidnapped Child (segment "The Dirty War")
Mathilda Artes ... Herself - Carlita's Artes's Grandmother (segment "The Dirty War")
Jorge Acosta ... Himself - Esma Prison Official (segment "The Dirty War")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "The Lemba")
Mashaya Mathiva ... Himself - Lemba Elder (segment "The Lemba")
Rudo Mathivha ... Herself - Mashaya Mathiva's Daughter (segment "The Lemba")
Tudor Parfitt ... Himself - History Professor (segment "The Lemba")
Samuel Moeti ... Himself - Lemba (segment "The Lemba")
Karl Skorecki ... Himself - Doctor (segment "The Lemba")
Michael Hammer ... Himself - Professor, University of Arizona (segment "The Lemba")
David Goldstein ... Himself - Geneticist (segment "The Lemba")
Mark Thomas ... Himself - Goldstein's Colleague (segment "The Lemba")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 33: Death Penalty/The Bishop Estate/Picking Up the Pieces

30 April 2000
"Death Penalty" examines why Illinois Governor George Ryan has called a moratorium on executions in his state. "The Bishop Estate" looks at the scandal and corruption that is rocking a charitable trust set up to help Hawaiian school children. "Picking Up the Pieces" profiles Anthony Williams the new mayor of Washington D.C. who needs to clean up the city's government. "Andy Rooney" talks about the hate mail he has received.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Death Penalty")
Darby Tillis ... Himself - Former Death Row Inmate (segment "Death Penalty")
Gary Gauger ... Himself - Former Death Row Inmate (segment "Death Penalty")
Moses Harrison ... Himself - Judge (segment "Death Penalty")
Dennis Williams ... Himself - Former Death Row Inmate (segment "Death Penalty")
David Protess ... Himself - Professor, Northwestern (segment "Death Penalty")
Anthony Porter ... Himself - Former Death Row Inmate (segment "Death Penalty")
George Ryan ... Himself - Governor, Illinois (segment "Death Penalty")
Perry Cobb ... Himself - Former Death Row Inmate (segment "Death Penalty")
Rolando Cruz ... Himself - Former Death Row Inmate (segment "Death Penalty")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Bishop Estate")
Margery Bronster ... Herself - Former Hawaii Attorney General (segment "The Bishop Estate")
Randall Roth ... Himself - Professor, University of Hawaii (segment "The Bishop Estate")
Henry Peters ... Himself - State Representative, Hawaii (segment "The Bishop Estate")
Lokelani Lindsey ... Herself - Trustee (segment "The Bishop Estate")
Sam King ... Himself - Judge (segment "The Bishop Estate")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Picking Up the Pieces")
Anthony A. Williams ... Himself - Mayor, Washington D.C. (segment "Picking Up the Pieces")
Jonetta Rose Barras ... Herself - Reporter, Washington Times (segment "Picking Up the Pieces")
Diane Williams ... Herself - Anthony Williams's Wife (segment "Picking Up the Pieces")
Lawrence Guyot ... Himself - Civil Rights Activist (segment "Picking Up the Pieces")
Virginia Williams ... Herself - Anthony Williams's Mother (segment "Picking Up the Pieces")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 34: The Colonel's Wife/A Right That Could Be Wrong/The Bicycle Thief

7 May 2000
"The Colonel's Wife" interviews the wife of a U.S. Army colonel who was recently convicted of drug smuggling. "A Right That Could Be Wrong" examines how the mentally ill may no longer have the right to refuse their medication. "The Bicycle Thief" examines California's three strikes law that puts three-time offenders in jail for 25-years-to-life even if they have committed only non-violent crimes. "Andy Rooney" talks about how young people throw out more junk than old people.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Colonel's Wife")
Laurie Hiett ... Herself - James Hiett's Wife (segment "The Colonel's Wife")
Paul Lazarus ... Himself - Laurie's Attorney (segment "The Colonel's Wife")
James Hiett ... Himself - Colonel (segment "The Colonel's Wife")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "A Right That Could Be Wrong")
Charles Stevens ... Himself - Paranoid Schizophrenic (segment "A Right That Could Be Wrong")
Nadine Stevens ... Herself - Charles' Mother (segment "A Right That Could Be Wrong")
Henry Stevens ... Himself - Charles's Father (segment "A Right That Could Be Wrong")
Howard Telson ... Himself - Bellevue Hospital (segment "A Right That Could Be Wrong")
Larry Hogue ... Himself - Paranoid Schizophrenic (segment "A Right That Could Be Wrong")
Harvey Rosenthal ... Himself - Mental Illness Advocate (segment "A Right That Could Be Wrong")
Jay Sax ... Himself - Bi-Polar Disorder Sufferer (segment "A Right That Could Be Wrong")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Bicycle Thief")
Steven Bell ... Himself - Accused Felon (segment "The Bicycle Thief")
Mike Reynolds ... Himself - Father of Murder Victim (segment "The Bicycle Thief")
Franklin Zimring ... Himself - Professor, University of California at Berkeley (segment "The Bicycle Thief")

Gray Davis ... Himself - Governor, California (segment "The Bicycle Thief")
Steven Dragland ... Himself - Placer County Prosecutor (segment "The Bicycle Thief")
Joe Wilcox ... Himself - Juror (segment "The Bicycle Thief")
Debbie Holland ... Herself - Juror (segment "The Bicycle Thief")
Joseph O'Flaherty ... Himself - Judge (segment "The Bicycle Thief")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 35: Who Killed Malcolm X?/The Seamy Side of Paradise/Ready, Willing & Able

14 May 2000
"Who Killed Malcolm X?" talks to Louis Farrakhan and Malcolm X's daughter about the death of the civil rights activist. "The Seamy Side of Paradise" talks to a priest who is working in the slums of Jamaica. "Ready, Willing And Able" looks at a unique program for the homeless in New York City that puts them to work, provides room and board, and even educates them. "Andy Rooney" talks about Mother's Day.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Who Killed Malcolm X?")
Attallah Shabazz ... Herself - Daughter of Malcolm X (segment "Who Killed Malcolm X?")
Betty Shabazz ... Herself - Wife of Malcolm X (segment "Who Killed Malcolm X?") (archive footage)
Louis Farrakhan ... Himself - Nation of Islam (segment "Who Killed Malcolm X?")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Host

Christiane Amanpour ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "The Seamy Side of Paradise")
Richard Albert ... Himself - Priest (segment "The Seamy Side of Paradise")
Cliff Hughes ... Himself - Journalist (segment "The Seamy Side of Paradise")
Gaymion Gibson ... Himself - Student (segment "The Seamy Side of Paradise")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Ready, Willing & Able")
George McDonald ... Himself - The Doe Fund (segment "Ready, Willing & Able")
John Spence ... Himself - Supervisor (segment "Ready, Willing & Able")
Robert Carter ... Himself - Program Participant (segment "Ready, Willing & Able")
Bernard Jenkins ... Himself - Program Participant (segment "Ready, Willing & Able")
Victor Cordova ... Himself - Program Participant (segment "Ready, Willing & Able")
Thoran Meakans ... Himself - Program Participant (segment "Ready, Willing & Able")
John McFarland ... Himself - Program Participant (segment "Ready, Willing & Able")

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 36: Bishop Spong/Kevin Mitnick: Cyber Thief/Carlos Acosta's Story

21 May 2000
"Bishop Spong" profiles the controversial Episcopal bishop Jack Spong. "Kevin Mitnick: Cyber Thief" rebroadcasts a segment on the infamous hacker. "Carlos Acosta's Story" profiles the popular Cuban ballet dancer. "Andy Rooney" talks about the cluttered office space of his fellow correspondents.
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Bishop Spong")
John Shelby Spong ... Himself - Bishop (segment "Bishop Spong")
Diane Knippers ... Herself - Institute for Religion and Democracy (segment "Bishop Spong")
James Stanton ... Himself - Bishop (segment "Bishop Spong")
Joan Brown Campbell ... Herself - Former Head, National Council of Churches (segment "Bishop Spong")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief")

Kevin Mitnick ... Himself - Cyberthief (segment "Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief") (archive footage)
Chris Painter ... Himself - Federal Prosecutor (segment "Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief") (archive footage)
Tsutomu Shimomura ... Himself - Computer Scientist (segment "Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief") (archive footage)
Eric Schmidt ... Himself - CEO, Novell (segment "Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief") (archive footage)

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Host

Christiane Amanpour ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Carlos Acosta's Story")
Lauren Anderson ... Herself - Ballet Dancer (segment "Carlos Acosta's Story")
Carlos Acosta ... Himself - Ballet Dancer (segment "Carlos Acosta's Story")
Pedro Acosta ... Himself - Carlos' Father (segment "Carlos Acosta's Story")
Ismene Brown ... Herself - Dance Critic (segment "Carlos Acosta's Story")

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 37: Charlton Heston/50,000 White Farmers/Miranda

28 May 2000
"Charlton Heston" rebroadcasts a profile of the actor who is now head of the NRA. "50,000 White Farmers" rebroadcasts a segment on how white farmers in South Africa are the targets of crime and assault. "Miranda" rebroadcasts a segment on whether Miranda v. Arizona should be overturned. "Andy Rooney" talks about car bumpers.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Charlton Heston")

Charlton Heston ... Himself - Actor (segment "Charlton Heston") (archive footage)
Wayne LaPierre ... Himself - Executive Officer, NRA (segment "Charlton Heston") (archive footage)
Edward Rendell ... Himself - Mayor, Philadelphia (segment "Charlton Heston") (archive footage)

Lynn Redgrave ... Herself - Actress (segment "Charlton Heston") (archive footage)
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "50,000 White Farmers")
Paul Mare ... Himself - South African Farmer (segment "50,000 White Farmers") (archive footage)
Helmut Berger ... Himself - South African Farmer (segment "50,000 White Farmers") (archive footage)
Nicky Josiah ... Himself - Former Convict (segment "50,000 White Farmers") (archive footage)
Sipho Lawrence ... Himself - Former Convict (segment "50,000 White Farmers") (archive footage)
Patrick Lekota ... Himself - South African Politician (segment "50,000 White Farmers") (archive footage)
Des Leith ... Himself - South African Farmer (segment "50,000 White Farmers") (archive footage)
Philemon Selo ... Himself - Mayor, Koppies (segment "50,000 White Farmers") (archive footage)
Piet Van Rensberg ... Himself - Security Professional (segment "50,000 White Farmers") (archive footage)

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Miranda")
George Kendall ... Himself - Civil Rights Attorney (segment "Miranda") (archive footage)
Paul Cassell ... Himself - Professor (segment "Miranda") (archive footage)
Thomas Durkin ... Himself - Detective (segment "Miranda") (archive footage)
James Hundley ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Miranda") (archive footage)
William Otis ... Himself - U.S. Attorney (segment "Miranda") (archive footage)

William J. Bratton ... Himself - New York City Police Commissioner (segment "Miranda") (archive footage)

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 38: The Defector/The Court-Martial of Major Bates/The Year of the Woman

4 June 2000
"The Defector" investigates the case of an Iranian defector who claims that Iran was responsible for the bombing of Pan Am 103. "The Court-Martial of Major Bates" rebroadcasts a segment on a major who may face court-martial due to his refusal to accept an Anthrax Vaccination. "The Year of the Woman" rebroadcasts a segment on the abuse of women in India. "Andy Rooney" talks about side effects to medicine.
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "The Defector")
Ahmad Behbahani ... Himself - Defector (segment "The Defector") (archive footage)
Roya Hakakian ... Herself - Associate Producer (segment "The Defector")
Robert Baer ... Himself - Terrorism Specialist (segment "The Defector")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Corrrespondent (segment "The Court-Martial of Major Bates")
Sonnie Bates ... Himself - Air Force Major (segment "The Court-Martial of Major Bates") (archive footage)
Michelle Piel ... Herself - Air Force Captain (segment "The Court-Martial of Major Bates") (archive footage)
Jim Gallagher ... Himself - Air Force Captain (segment "The Court-Martial of Major Bates") (archive footage)
Ronald Blanck ... Himself - Army Surgeon General (segment "The Court-Martial of Major Bates") (archive footage)
Dan Burton ... Himself - Representative, Indiana (segment "The Court-Martial of Major Bates") (archive footage)
Jay Lacklen ... Himself - Reserve Pilot, Dover Air Force Base (segment "The Court-Martial of Major Bates") (archive footage)

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Year of the Woman")
Birinda Karat ... Herself - Indian Activist (segment "The Year of the Woman") (archive footage)
Rani Jethmalani ... Herself - Delhi Lawyer (segment "The Year of the Woman") (archive footage)
Varun Dugal ... Himself - Kidarnath Clinic (segment "The Year of the Woman") (archive footage)
Jindal ... Himself - Doctor (segment "The Year of the Woman") (archive footage)

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 39: On Trial for Murder/Knee Deep in Fraud/The Forgotten Hostage

11 June 2000
"On Trial for Murder" rebroadcasts a look at the case of an 11 year old boy who is charged with murder. "Knee Deep in Fraud" rebroadcasts an investigation into fraud in California's health-care system. "The Forgotten Hostage" rebroadcasts a segment on an Israeli soldier who was taken hostage and in Lebanon and has not been heard from in over a decade. "Andy Rooney" talks about clothes in the closet.
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "On Trial for Murder")
Nathaniel Abraham ... Himself - Accused Murderer (segment "On Trial for Murder") (archive footage)
Geoffrey Fieger ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "On Trial for Murder") (archive footage)
David Gorcyca ... Himself - Prosecuting Attorney (segment "On Trial for Murder") (archive footage)
Gloria Abraham ... Herself - Nathaniel's Mother (segment "On Trial for Murder") (archive footage)
Nicole Greene ... Herself - Ronnie Greene's Sister (segment "On Trial for Murder") (archive footage)
William Van Regenmorter ... Himself - State Senator, Michigan (segment "On Trial for Murder") (archive footage)

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Knee Deep in Fraud")
Kathleen Connell ... Herself - California State Controller (segment "Knee Deep in Fraud") (archive footage)
Alan Cates ... Himself - Auditor (segment "Knee Deep in Fraud") (archive footage)
Jim Wedick ... Himself - FBI Agent (segment "Knee Deep in Fraud") (archive footage)
Tom Timmerman ... Himself - California's Attorney General's Office (segment "Knee Deep in Fraud") (archive footage)
Paul Zander ... Himself - Medical Supplier (segment "Knee Deep in Fraud") (archive footage)
Diana Bonta ... Herself - Department of Health Services (segment "Knee Deep in Fraud") (archive footage)
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "The Forgotten Hostage")
Abdel Karim Obeid ... Himself - Former Hezbollah Leader (segment "The Forgotten Hostage") (archive footage)

Yitzhak Rabin ... Himself - Defense Minister (segment "The Forgotten Hostage") (archive footage)
Batya Arad ... Herself - Ron Arad's Mother (segment "The Forgotten Hostage") (archive footage)
Tami Arad ... Herself - Ron Arad's Wife (segment "The Forgotten Hostage") (archive footage)
Yuval Arad ... Herself - Ron Arad's Daughter (segment "The Forgotten Hostage") (archive footage)
Uri Lubrani ... Himself - Israel's Chief Hostage Negotiator (segment "The Forgotten Hostage") (archive footage)
Terry Anderson ... Himself - Former Hostage (segment "The Forgotten Hostage") (archive footage)

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 40: Doing the Right Thing?/Ben Zander/Columbia's Andres Pastrana

18 June 2000
"Doing the Right Thing?" rebroadcasts an examination into whether the L.A.P.D. allowed a shoot-out suspect to die after he surrendered. "Ben Zander" rebroadcasts a profile of the conductor of the Boston Philharmonic. "Columbia's Andres Pastrana" rebroadcasts an interview with the president of Columbia who wants more U.S. help in the was on drugs. "Andy Rooney" talks about the new dollar coin.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Doing the Right Thing?")
Dora Lubensky ... Herself - Witness (segment "Doing the Right Thing?") (archive footage)
Emil Matasareanu ... Himself - Bank Robber (segment "Doing the Right Thing?") (archive footage)
Stephen Yagman ... Himself - Attorney (segment "Doing the Right Thing?") (archive footage)
Don Vincent ... Himself - City Attorney (segment "Doing the Right Thing?") (archive footage)
Marshall Morgan ... .. Himself - Head of Emergency Medicine, UCLA (segment "Doing the Right Thing?") (archive footage)
John Futrell ... . Himself - Police Officer (segment "Doing the Right Thing?") (archive footage)

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Ben Zander")
Benjamin Zander ... Himself - Conductor, Boston Philharmonic (segment "Ben Zander") (archive footage)
Rosamund Zander ... Herself - Ben's Wife (segment "Ben Zander") (archive footage)

Yo-Yo Ma ... Himself - Cellist (segment "Ben Zander") (archive footage)

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Columbia's Andres Pastrana")
Andrés Pastrana Arango ... Himself - President, Columbia (segment "Columbia's Andres Pastrana") (archive footage)
Nohra Pastrana ... Herself - First Lady, Columbia (segment "Columbia's Andres Pastrana") (archive footage)
Isaac Lee ... Himself - Managing Editor, Semana (segment "Columbia's Andres Pastrana") (archive footage)
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 41: Don't Ask, Don't Tell/Cruising for Fun and Profit/Prison Inc.

25 June 2000
"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" rebroadcasts an examination of how the law governing homosexuals in the military has been largely disregarded. "Cruising for Fun and Profit" rebroadcasts an investigation into how cruise lines bring in large profiles but pay little in taxes. "Prison Inc." rebroadcasts a segment on the controversial growth of prison labor. "Andy Rooney" talks about natural ingredients in food.
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Don't Ask, Don't Tell")
Barry Winchell ... Himself - Murder Victim (archive footage)
Calvin Glover ... Himself - Convicted Murderer (archive footage)
Pat Kutteles ... Herself - Mother of Barry Winchell (segment "Don't Ask, Don't Tell") (archive footage)
Javier Torres ... Himself - Army Private (segment "Don't Ask, Don't Tell") (archive footage)
Robert Maginnis ... Himself - Army Lieutenant Colonel (segment "Don't Ask, Don't Tell") (archive footage)
Steve May ... Himself - State Representative, Arizona (segment "Don't Ask, Don't Tell") (archive footage)

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Cruising for Fun and Profit")
Peter A. DeFazio ... Himself - Representative, Oregon (segment "Cruising for Fun and Profit") (archive footage)
Gene Taylor ... Himself - Representative, Mississippi (segment "Cruising for Fun and Profit") (archive footage)
Cynthia Colenda ... Herself - Trade Association Representative (segment "Cruising for Fun and Profit") (archive footage)
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Prison Inc.")
Steve Schwalb ... Himself - Assistant Director, Corporate Management, UNICOR (segment "Prison Inc.") (archive footage)
Melvin Bay-Guyen ... Himself - Inmate (segment "Prison Inc.") (archive footage)
Sam Brickle ... Himself - Businessman (segment "Prison Inc.") (archive footage)
Michael Gale ... Himself - Director, American Apparel Manufacturers Association (segment "Prison Inc.") (archive footage)
Fred Gonzales ... Himself - Northern Outfitters (segment "Prison Inc.") (archive footage)

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 42: Suicide or Murder?/Denzel/Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later

2 July 2000
"Suicide or Murder?" rebroadcasts an examination into the death of Captain Gordon Hess which many believe to have been a homicide. "Denzel" rebroadcasts a profile of the popular actor Denzel Washington. "Haiti: 5 Years and A Billion Dollars Later" rebroadcasts a segment on whether aid from the U.S. has helped restore Haiti's government and justice system. "Andy Rooney" talks about tourism.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Suicide or Murder?")
John Burris ... Himself - National Guard Officer (segment "Suicide or Murder?") (archive footage)
Dan Quinn ... Himself - Army Colonel (segment "Suicide or Murder?") (archive footage)
Doreen Hess ... Herself - Gordon Hess's Wife (segment "Suicide or Murder?") (archive footage)
Vernon Geberth ... Himself - Homicide Investigator (segment "Suicide or Murder?") (archive footage)
Dominick Dimaio ... Himself - Medical Examiner (segment "Suicide or Murder?") (archive footage)
Daniel Doherty ... Himself - General (segment "Suicide or Murder?") (archive footage)
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Denzel")

Denzel Washington ... Himself - Actor (segment "Denzel") (archive footage)

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later")
Maurice Geiger ... Himself - Justice Department Attorney (segment "Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later") (archive footage)
Phyllis Forbes ... Herself - USAID (segment "Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later") (archive footage)
Michelle Jacobs ... Himself - Checchi and Company (segment "Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later") (archive footage)
Bill O'Neil ... Himself - United Nations Human Rights Mission (segment "Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later") (archive footage)
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 43: Harry Potter/Need Cash?/Adopt Me

9 July 2000
"Harry Potter" rebroadcasts a profile of J.K. Rowling author of the popular fantasy book series. "Need Cash?" rebroadcasts a look at how some automobile title lenders have been charging exorbitant interest rates. "Adopt Me" rebroadcasts a look at adoption parties for special needs children. "Andy Rooney" talks about the ten best unimportant inventions.
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Harry Potter")

J.K. Rowling ... Herself - Author (segment "Harry Potter") (archive footage)
Eden Ross Lipson ... Herself - The New York Times (segment "Harry Potter") (archive footage)
Christopher Little ... Himself - Book Agent (segment "Harry Potter") (archive footage)
Valerie ... Herself - Harry Potter Fan (segment "Harry Potter") (archive footage)
Lauren ... Herself - Harry Potter Fan (segment "Harry Potter") (archive footage)
R.J. ... Himself - Harry Potter Fan (segment "Harry Potter") (archive footage)

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Need Cash?")
Bob Butterworth ... Himself - Florida Attorney General (segment "Need Cash?") (archive footage)
Sherri Bradford ... Herself - Predatory Lending Victim (segment "Need Cash?") (archive footage)
Sonnette McKnight ... Herself - Predatory Lending Victim (segment "Need Cash?") (archive footage)
Bill Sublette ... Himself - State Representative, Florida (segment "Need Cash?") (archive footage)
Don Tucker ... Himself - Former State Representative, Florida (segment "Need Cash?") (archive footage)
Mike Coniglio ... Himself - President, Southern Association of Title Lenders (segment "Need Cash?") (archive footage)
Paul Christie ... Himself - Predatory Lending Victim (segment "Need Cash?") (archive footage)
Bob Reich ... Himself - President, Title Loans of America (segment "Need Cash?") (archive footage)

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Adopt Me")
Shanti ... Herself - Former Foster Child (segment "Adopt Me") (archive footage)
Jennifer ... Herself - Former Foster Child (segment "Adopt Me") (archive footage)
Brandon Neita ... Himself - Sabrina's Son (segment "Adopt Me") (archive footage)
Sabrina Neita ... Herself - Interested in Adoption (segment "Adopt Me") (archive footage)
Lamont ... Himself - Foster Child (segment "Adopt Me") (archive footage)
Patrick Murphy ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Adopt Me") (archive footage)
Laura Linthicum ... Herself - Adoption Supervisor (segment "Adopt Me") (archive footage)
Craig Moore ... Himself - Interested in Adoption (segment "Adopt Me") (archive footage)
Andrea Moore ... Herself - Interested in Adoption (segment "Adopt Me") (archive footage)
Trevez ... Himself - Foster Child (segment "Adopt Me") (archive footage)
Linda Hodson ... Herself - Interested in Adoption (segment "Adopt Me") (archive footage)
Mike Hodson ... Himself - Interested in Adoption (segment "Adopt Me") (archive footage)
Tracie ... Herself - Foster Child (segment "Adopt Me") (archive footage)

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 44: Hitler's Pope?/Kevin Spacey/Voice of the Farmer

16 July 2000
"Hitler's Pope" rebroadcasts a look at the criticism of Pope Pius XII for his lack of action during World War II. "Kevin Spacey" rebroadcasts an interview with the popular actor. "Voice of the Farmer" rebroadcasts an examination of how the American Farm Bureau is doing more to support big agribusiness companies than family farmers. "Andy Rooney" talks about charging telemarketers.
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Hitler's Pope")
John Cornwell ... Himself - Cambridge University (segment "Hitler's Pope") (archive footage)
Peter Gumpel ... Himself - Priest (segment "Hitler's Pope") (archive footage)
Gerhard Riegner ... Himself - World Jewish Congress (segment "Hitler's Pope") (archive footage)
Settimia Spizzichino ... Herself - Holocaust Survivor (segment "Hitler's Pope") (archive footage)
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Kevin Spacey")

Kevin Spacey ... Himself - Actor (segment "Kevin Spacey") (archive footage)

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Voice of the Farmer")

George W. Bush ... Himself - Governor, Texas (segment "Voice of the Farmer") (archive footage)
Ed Wiederstein ... Himself - Iowa Chapter, Farm Bureau (segment "Voice of the Farmer") (archive footage)
Ken Cook ... Himself - Environmental Working Program (segment "Voice of the Farmer") (archive footage)
Chris Peterson ... Himself - Iowa Farmer (segment "Voice of the Farmer") (archive footage)
James Brown ... Himself - Farmer (segment "Voice of the Farmer") (archive footage)
Gary Bierschenk ... Himself - Farmer (segment "Voice of the Farmer") (archive footage)
Ron Thorson ... Himself - Radio Host (segment "Voice of the Farmer") (archive footage)
Linda Shutt ... Herself - Bread Store Owner (segment "Voice of the Farmer") (archive footage)
Paul Shutt ... . Himself - Bread Store Owner (segment "Voice of the Farmer") (archive footage)
Sally Ann Garner ... Herself - Bank Vice President (segment "Voice of the Farmer") (archive footage)

Morley Safer ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 45: Autopsy/The Scuffed Halls of Ivy: Emory University/TB

23 July 2000
"Autopsy" rebroadcasts a segment on how hospitals need to do more autopsies. "The Scuffed Halls of Ivy: Emory University" rebroadcasts a segment on a professor who was forced out due to politics. "TB" rebroadcasts a look at drug-resistant tuberculosis. "Andy Rooney" talks about envelopes.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Autopsy")
George Lundberg ... Himself - Editor, Journal of the American Medical Association (segment "Autopsy") (archive footage)
Beverly Hamilton ... Herself - Charles Hamilton's Wife (segment "Autopsy") (archive footage)
Toni Hamilton ... Herself - Charles Hamilton's Daughter (segment "Autopsy") (archive footage)
Donald Thomas ... Himself - LA County Hospital System (segment "Autopsy") (archive footage)
Derrick Hamilton ... Himself - Charles Hamilton's Son (segment "Autopsy") (archive footage)
Vidal Herrera ... Himself - Autopsy Technician (segment "Autopsy") (archive footage)
Lorraine Russell ... Herself - Used Independent Autopsy Service (segment "Autopsy") (archive footage)
Lori Bandow ... Herself - Used Independent Autopsy Service (segment "Autopsy") (archive footage)
Mark Hiepler ... Himself - Used Independent Autopsy Service (segment "Autopsy") (archive footage)
Martin Murillo ... Himself - Tricked by Risk Manager (segment "Autopsy") (archive footage)
Don Keenan ... Himself Malpractice Attorney (segment "Autopsy") (archive footage)
Joe Stott ... Himself - Tricked by Risk Manager (segment "Autopsy") (archive footage)
Dana Stott ... Herself - Tricked by Risk Manager (segment "Autopsy") (archive footage)

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Scuffed Halls Of Ivy: Emory University")
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld ... Himself - Professor (segment "The Scuffed Halls Of Ivy: Emory University") (archive footage)
William Chace ... Himself - Emory University President (segment "The Scuffed Halls Of Ivy: Emory University") (archive footage)
Bob Harty ... Himself - Georgia Tech Spokesman (segment "The Scuffed Halls Of Ivy: Emory University") (archive footage)
Cynthia McKinney ... Herself - Representative, Georgia (segment "The Scuffed Halls Of Ivy: Emory University") (archive footage)

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "TB")
Tatiana Grishina ... Herself - Tuberculosis Researcher (segment "TB") (archive footage)
Ludmilla Koltsova ... Herself - Doctor (segment "TB") (archive footage)
Alexander Yaroshov ... Himself - Doctor (segment "TB") (archive footage)
Paul Farmer ... Himself - Harvard Medical School (segment "TB") (archive footage)
Alex Goldfarb ... Himself - Microbiologist (segment "TB") (archive footage)
Lee Reichman ... Himself - Director, National Tuberculosis Center (segment "TB") (archive footage)
Barry Kreiswirth ... Himself - Public Health Research Institute (segment "TB") (archive footage)
Fran Fortney ... Herself - Doctor (segment "TB") (archive footage)
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 46: Dikembe Mutombo/Lord of the Manor/The Columbine Effect

30 July 2000
"Dikembe Mutombo" rebroadcasts a segment on the basketball star and his efforts to provide medical care in the Congo. "Lord of the Manor" rebroadcasts a look at the feud surrounding Gardiner Island. "Columbine Effect" rebroadcasts a look at how an Alabama school is having a problem dealing with a violent student because he is also considered disabled. "Andy Rooney" talks about mixed nuts.
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Dikembe Mutombo")

Dikembe Mutombo ... Himself - NBA Player (segment "Dikembe Mutombo") (archive footage)
John Thompson ... Himself - Sports Talk Show Host (segment "Dikembe Mutombo") (archive footage)
Leon Kintaudi ... Himself - Director (segment "Dikembe Mutombo") (archive footage)
Louis Kanda ... Himself - Surgeon (segment "Dikembe Mutombo") (archive footage)

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Lord of the Manor")
Robert David Lion Gardiner ... Himself - Oldest Surviving Member, Gardiner Family (segment "Lord of the Manor") (archive footage)
Steven Gaines ... Himself - Author (segment "Lord of the Manor") (archive footage)
Gene Wishod ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Lord of the Manor") (archive footage)
Joe Attonito ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Lord of the Manor") (archive footage)
G. Gardiner Green Jr. ... Himself - Distant Cousin (segment "Lord of the Manor") (archive footage)

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Columbine Effect")
Lance Landers ... Himself - Troubled Teenager (segment "Columbine Effect") (archive footage)
David Whetstone ... Himself - Baldwin County District Attorney (segment "Columbine Effect") (archive footage)
Ann Vinson ... Herself - Lance's Mother (segment "Columbine Effect") (archive footage)
Anthony Grigsby ... Himself - Police Officer (segment "Columbine Effect") (archive footage)
Eliza McGaster ... Herself - Teacher's Aide (segment "Columbine Effect") (archive footage)
Robert Silverstein ... Himself - Disability Advocate (segment "Columbine Effect") (archive footage)
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 47: Echelon/Frank McCourt/Kipp

6 August 2000
"Echelon" rebroadcasts a segment on the NSA program which uses listening posts around the world to monitor electronic communication. "Frank McCourt" rebroadcasts an interview with the Pulitzer Prize winning author. "Kipp" rebroadcasts an examination of a successful public school program that uses discipline, long hours, and a contract. "Andy Rooney" talks about car names.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Echelon")
Mike Frost ... Himself - Former Spy (segment "Echelon") (archive footage)
Bob Barr ... Himself - Representative, Georgia (segment "Echelon") (archive footage)
Porter Goss ... Himself - Representative, Florida (segment "Echelon") (archive footage)
Wayne Madsen ... Himself - Electronic Privacy Information Center (segment "Echelon") (archive footage)
Margaret Newsham ... Herself - Former Employee, National Security Agency (segment "Echelon") (archive footage)
Glenn Ford ... Himself - European Parliament Member (segment "Echelon") (archive footage)
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Frank McCourt")

Frank McCourt ... Himself - Author, Angela's Ashes (segment "Frank McCourt") (archive footage)
Ellen McCourt ... Herself - Frank's Wife (segment "Frank McCourt") (archive footage)

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Kipp")
Michael Feinberg ... Himself - Kipp Academy Founder (segment "Kipp") (archive footage)
Dave Levin ... Himself - Kipp Academy Founder (segment "Kipp") (archive footage)
Dominique Young ... Herself - Student (segment "Kipp") (archive footage)
Paula Chavira ... Herself - Student (segment "Kipp") (archive footage)
Rocio Mendoza ... Herself - Student (segment "Kipp") (archive footage)
Kenneth McGregor ... Himself - Student (segment "Kipp") (archive footage)
Sharon Simpson ... Herself - Kenneth's Mother (segment "Kipp") (archive footage)
Sam Lopez ... Himself - Teacher (segment "Kipp") (archive footage)
Robin Cash ... Herself - Teacher (segment "Kipp") (archive footage)
Josh Zoia ... Himself - Teacher (segment "Kipp") (archive footage)
Alexis Rosado ... Herself - Student (segment "Kipp") (archive footage)
Laura Reyes ... Herself - Student (segment "Kipp") (archive footage)
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 48: Spy?/Come Dancing/Not as Private as You Think

13 August 2000
"Spy?" rebroadcasts a segment on alleged spy and nuclear technician Wen Ho Lee. "Come Dancing" rebroadcasts a look at the growth of competitive of ballroom dance. "Not as Private as You Think" rebroadcasts a segment on how Internet companies are compiling information about consumers. "Andy Rooney" talks about motorized scooters.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent
Wen Ho Lee ... Himself - Accused Spy (archive footage)
Bill Richardson ... Himself - Secretary of Energy (archive footage)
Stephen Schwartz ... Himself - Bulletin of Atomic Scientists (archive footage)

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Come Dancing")
Peggy Spencer ... Herself - Ballroom Dancer (segment "Come Dancing") (archive footage)
Tony Banks ... Himself - Former Minister of Sport (segment "Come Dancing") (archive footage)
Corky Ballas ... Himself - Ball Dance Teacher (segment "Come Dancing") (archive footage)
Eric Drossart ... Himself - European Managing Director, IMG (segment "Come Dancing") (archive footage)
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Not as Private as You Think")
Jason Catlett ... Himself - Internet Entrepreneur (segment "Not as Private as You Think") (archive footage)
Austin Hill ... Himself - Zero-Knowledge Systems (segment "Not as Private as You Think") (archive footage)
Lori Fena ... Herself - TRUSTe (segment "Not as Private as You Think") (archive footage)
Michael Saylor ... Himself - CEO, MicroStrategy (segment "Not as Private as You Think") (archive footage)

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 49: The Bicycle Thief/Gross National Happiness/Whose Country Is It?

20 August 2000
"The Bicycle Thief" rebroadcasts an examination of California's three strikes law. "Gross National Happiness" rebroadcasts a segment on the country of Bhutan which focuses more on happiness than economic growth. "Whose Country Is It?" rebroadcasts a look at the conflict in Israel between secular people and ultra-orthodox Jews. "Andy Rooney" talks about the presidential and vice-presidential tickets.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Bicycle Thief")
Steven Bell ... Himself - Accused Felon (segment "The Bicycle Thief") (archive footage)
Mike Reynolds ... Himself - Father of Murder Victim (segment "The Bicycle Thief") (archive footage)
Franklin Zimring ... Himself - Professor, University of California at Berkeley (segment "The Bicycle Thief") (archive footage)

Gray Davis ... Himself - Governor, California (segment "The Bicycle Thief") (archive footage)
Steven Dragland ... Himself - Placer County Prosecutor (segment "The Bicycle Thief") (archive footage)
Joe Wilcox ... Himself - Juror (segment "The Bicycle Thief") (archive footage)
Debbie Holland ... Herself - Juror (segment "The Bicycle Thief") (archive footage)
Joseph O'Flaherty ... Himself - Judge (segment "The Bicycle Thief") (archive footage)

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Gross National Happiness")
Jigme Thinley ... Himself - Foreign Minister, Bhutan (segment "Gross National Happiness") (archive footage)
Kinley Dorji ... Himself - Newspaper Editor, Bhutan (segment "Gross National Happiness") (archive footage)
Sonam Tshong ... Himself - Bhutan Broadcasting Service (segment "Gross National Happiness") (archive footage)
Pem Dorji ... Himself - Regional Governor (segment "Gross National Happiness") (archive footage)

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Whose Country Is It?")
Zev Chafets ... Himself - Author & Former Government Official (segment "Whose Country Is It?") (archive footage)
Tommy Lapid ... Himself - Television Personality (segment "Whose Country Is It?") (archive footage)
Avraham Ravitz ... Himself - Member of Parliament (segment "Whose Country Is It?") (archive footage)
Aaron Feldman ... Himself - Rabbi (segment "Whose Country Is It?") (archive footage)
Naomi Ragen ... Herself - Novelist (segment "Whose Country Is It?") (archive footage)
Meir Elbom ... Himself - Orthodox Jew (segment "Whose Country Is It?") (archive footage)
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Charles Rangel ... Himself - Representative, New York (segment "Andy Rooney") (archive footage)

Season 32, Episode 50: Coming Apart at the Seams/A Pig Heart?/Eric Clapton

27 August 2000
"Coming Apart at the Seams" rebroadcasts a segment on the Russian Army and how it is suffering from problems with money and morale. "A Pig Heart?" rebroadcasts a segment on the dangers and possible benefits of xenotransplantation. "Eric Clapton" rebroadcasts a segment on the popular musician. "Andy Rooney" talks about the offices of his fellow correspondents.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host

Christiane Amanpour ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Coming Apart at the Seams")
Alexei Arbatov ... Himself - Deputy Chairman of Parliament Defense Committee (segment "Coming Apart at the Seams") (archive footage)
Pasha ... Himself - Soldier (segment "Coming Apart at the Seams") (archive footage)
Alexei ... Himself - Former Soldier (segment "Coming Apart at the Seams") (archive footage)
Alex ... Himself - Soldier (segment "Coming Apart at the Seams") (archive footage)
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "A Pig Heart?")
Connie Lefton ... Herself - Heart Patient (segment "A Pig Heart?") (archive footage)
Deborah Hoffman ... Herself - Lung Patient (segment "A Pig Heart?") (archive footage)
Rebecca Snyder ... Herself - Heart Patient (segment "A Pig Heart?") (archive footage)
David Sachs ... Himself - Harvard Medical School (segment "A Pig Heart?") (archive footage)
Corinne Savill ... Herself - Immunologist (segment "A Pig Heart?") (archive footage)
Fritz Bach ... Himself - Xenotransplantation Scientist (segment "A Pig Heart?") (archive footage)
Michael Freedman ... Himself - FDA Commissioner (segment "A Pig Heart?") (archive footage)
Jim Fenn ... Himself - Parkinson's Patient (segment "A Pig Heart?") (archive footage)
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Eric Clapton")

Eric Clapton ... Himself - Musician (segment "Eric Clapton") (archive footage)

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 51: Jiang Zemin/Daniel Barenboim

3 September 2000
"Jiang Zemin" interviews the President of the People's Republic of China about his visit to the United States. "Daniel Barenboim" rebroadcasts a segment on the pianist who is considered by some to be the most accomplished all-around living musician in the world. "Andy Rooney" talks about people wearing clothing advertisements.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Jiang Zemin")
Zemin Jiang ... Himself - Chinese President (segment "Jiang Zemin")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Host

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Daniel Barenboim")

Daniel Barenboim ... Himself - Pianist & Conductor (segment "Daniel Barenboim")

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 52: Testing, Testing, Testing/The Eyes/Hit List?

10 September 2000
"Testing, Testing, Testing" looks at how emphasis on passing tests is making good test takers, not necessarily good students. "The Eyes" rebroadcasts a segment on three blind men and their lives. "Hit List?" rebroadcasts a look at how some anti-abortion activists are publishing personal information about abortion doctors. "Andy Rooney" talks about gardening.
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Testing, Testing, Testing")
Charlotte Parker ... Herself - Principal, Roosevelt Elementary (segment "Testing, Testing, Testing")

George W. Bush ... Himself - Republican Presidential Candidate (segment "Testing, Testing, Testing") (archive footage)
Linda McNeil ... Herself - Education Professor, Rice University (segment "Testing, Testing, Testing")
Rod Paige ... Himself - Houston School Superintendent (segment "Testing, Testing, Testing")
Sherrie Matula ... Herself - Teacher (segment "Testing, Testing, Testing")
Monica Hodges ... Herself - Teacher (segment "Testing, Testing, Testing")
Nanette Bishop ... Herself - Teacher (segment "Testing, Testing, Testing")
Mary Ginley ... Herself - Teacher (segment "Testing, Testing, Testing")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Eyes")
Gordon Gund ... Himself - Visually Impaired Person (segment "The Eyes") (archive footage)
Jim Knipfel ... Himself - Visually Impaired Person (segment "The Eyes") (archive footage)
Isaac Lidsky ... Himself - Visually Impaired Person (segment "The Eyes") (archive footage)
Gene Dejaun ... Himself - Electronic Eye Developer (segment "The Eyes") (archive footage)
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Hit List?")
John Britton ... Himself - Abortion Provider (segment "Hit List?") (archive footage)
Paul Hill ... Himself - Convicted Murderer (segment "Hit List?") (archive footage)
Andrew Burnett ... Himself - Hill Supporter (segment "Hit List?") (archive footage)
Cathy Ramey ... Herself - Anti-Abortion Activist (segment "Hit List?") (archive footage)
Paul DeParrie ... Himself - Anti-Abortion Activist (segment "Hit List?") (archive footage)
David Crane ... Himself - Anti-Abortion Activist (segment "Hit List?") (archive footage)
Dawn Stover ... Herself - Anti-Abortion Activist (segment "Hit List?") (archive footage)
Elizabeth Newhall ... Herself - Gynecologist (segment "Hit List?") (archive footage)
Maria Vullo ... Herself - Attorney (segment "Hit List?") (archive footage)
Kathryn Kolbert ... Herself - Annenberg Public Policy Center, University of Pennsylvania (segment "Hit List?") (archive footage)

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 32, Episode 53: Dr. Wen Ho Lee/Liz Smith/The Bishop Estate

17 September 2000

Season 32, Episode 54: Vice Versa/Baku/Who Is Arnon Milchan?

24 September 2000


Season 33


Season 33, Episode 1: Bridgestone Firestone/Michael Tilson Thomas/Smallpox

1 October 2000
"Bridgestone Firestone" investigates the tire company due to a series of death that resulted from tire blowouts. "Michael Tilson Thomas" interviews the famous conductor of the San Francisco's Symphony Orchestra. "Smallpox" looks at the danger posed by the weaponization of the disease that was thought to be eradicated. "Andy Rooney" talks to a handwriting expert.
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Bridgestone Firestone")
Antonio David ... Himself - Ford Explorer Owner (segment "Bridgestone Firestone")
Myrna David ... Herself - Ford Explorer Owner (segment "Bridgestone Firestone")
Richard Baumgardner ... Himself - Former Firestone Engineer (segment "Bridgestone Firestone")
Samuel Ruh Rios ... Himself - Venezuela's Consumer Protection Agency (segment "Bridgestone Firestone")
Jorge Gonzalez ... Himself - Firestone Executive (segment "Bridgestone Firestone")
Franklin Hoet ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Bridgestone Firestone")
Paul Minor ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Bridgestone Firestone")
Hector Rodriguez ... Himself - Ford Executive (segment "Bridgestone Firestone")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Michael Tilson Thomas")
Michael Tilson Thomas ... Himself - Conductor (segment "Michael Tilson Thomas")
Isaac Stern ... Himself - Violinist (segment "Michael Tilson Thomas")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Smallpox")
D.A. Henderson ... Himself - Epidemiologist (segment "Smallpox")
Ken Alibek ... Himself - Russian Defector (segment "Smallpox")
David Kelly ... Himself - Inspector (segment "Smallpox")
Michael Osterholm ... Himself - Epidemiologist (segment "Smallpox")
Jeffrey Koplan ... Himself - Director, Centers for Disease Control (segment "Smallpox")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")
Roger Rubin ... Himself - Handwriting Expert (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 2: Damage Control/Tina Sinatra/Boris Yeltsin

8 October 2000
"Damage Control" talks to the CEO of the Ford Motor Company about the problems affecting the Ford Explorer SUV. "Tina Sinatra" talks to the daughter of Frank Sinatra about her father's last years. "Boris Yeltsin" interview the former Russia president who denies that he is ill and argues that Russia is not in bad shape economically. "Andy Rooney" talks about the recent presidential debate.
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Damage Control")
Jacques Nasser ... Himself - CEO, Ford (segment "Damage Control")
Bob ... Himself - Ford Owner (segment "Damage Control")
William Clay Ford ... Himself - Chairman, Ford (segment "Damage Control")
Billy Tauzin ... Himself - Representative, Louisiana (segment "Damage Control") (archive footage)
Jason Vines ... Himself - Head of Communications, Ford (segment "Damage Control")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Tina Sinatra")

Tina Sinatra ... Herself - Daughter of Frank Sinatra (segment "Tina Sinatra")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Boris Yeltsin")
Boris Yeltsin ... Himself - Former President, Russia (segment "Boris Yeltsin")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney") (as Andy Rooney)

Season 33, Episode 3: America's Worst Nightmare?/Sleepless in the Cockpit/Bud Shuster

15 October 2000
"America's Worst Nightmare?" looks at instability if the Pakistani government and the danger it poses due to the country's nuclear arsenal. "Sleepless in the Cockpit" looks at the troubling problem of fatigue among commercial airline pilots. "Bud Shuster" looks at the troubling relationship between a House Representative and a lobbyist. "Andy Rooney" talks about Hillary Clinton.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "America's Worst Nightmare?")
John Pike ... Himself - Federation of American Scientists (segment "America's Worst Nightmare?")
Pervez Musharraf ... Himself - Pakistani General (segment "America's Worst Nightmare?")
Sami ul Haq ... Himself - Pakistani Politician (segment "America's Worst Nightmare?")
Amed Rasheed ... Himself - Pakistani Journalist (segment "America's Worst Nightmare?")
Anthony Zinni ... Himself - General (segment "America's Worst Nightmare?")
Fazlur Rehman Khalil ... Himself - Commander, Harkot Omush Adeen (segment "America's Worst Nightmare?")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Sleepless in the Cockpit")
Laurie Nelson ... Herself - Flight Attendant (segment "Sleepless in the Cockpit")
Rand Harrell ... Himself - Commercial Airline Pilot (segment "Sleepless in the Cockpit")
Peggy Gilligan ... Herself - Deputy Associate Administrator, FAA (segment "Sleepless in the Cockpit")
Mark Rosekind ... Himself - Sleep Researcher (segment "Sleepless in the Cockpit")
Jim Chapo ... Himself - Commercial Airline Pilot (segment "Sleepless in the Cockpit")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Bud Shuster")
Lindsey Graham ... Himself - Representative, South Carolina (segment "Bud Shuster")
Scott Harshbarger ... Himself - Common Cause (segment "Bud Shuster")
John Eichelberger ... Himself - Pennsylvania County Commissioner (segment "Bud Shuster")
Ann Eppard ... Herself - Lobbyist (segment "Bud Shuster") (archive footage)
Bud Shuster ... Himself - Representative, Pennsylvania (segment "Bud Shuster") (archive footage)
Paul Martino ... Himself - Reporter (segment "Bud Shuster") (archive footage)

John McCain ... Himself - Senator, Arizona (segment "Bud Shuster")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 4: Dick Clarke/Made to Order/Wall Street Whiz Kid

22 October 2000
"Dick Clarke" talks to the counter-terrorism expert and looks at the effort to track down the terrorists who bombed the USS Cole. "Made to Order" examines how some parents are using the sperm and eggs of physically and mentally desirable donors to design their own children. "Wall Street Whiz Kid" talks to a teenager who was prosecuted for securities fraud. "Andy Rooney" talks about being a talk show guest.
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Dick Clarke")
Richard Clarke ... Himself - Counter-Terrorism Coordinator (segment "Dick Clarke")
Thomas Pickard ... Himself - Assistant Director, FBI (segment "Dick Clarke")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Made to Order")
Cappy M. Rothman ... Himself - Director, California Cryobank (segment "Made to Order")
Lori B. Andrews ... Herself - Attorney (segment "Made to Order")
Lee M. Silver ... Himself - Evolutionary Biologist (segment "Made to Order")
Doron Blake ... Himself - Sperm Bank Baby (segment "Made to Order")
Courtney Ramm ... Herself - Sperm Bank Baby (segment "Made to Order")

Leandra Ramm ... Herself - Sperm Bank Baby (segment "Made to Order")
Adrienne Ramm ... Herself - Parent (segment "Made to Order")
David Ramm ... Himself - Parent (segment "Made to Order")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Wall Street Whiz Kid")
Jonathan Lebed ... Himself - Charged with Securities Fraud (segment "Wall Street Whiz Kid")
Connie Lebed ... Herself - Jonathan's Mother (segment "Wall Street Whiz Kid")
Greg Lebed ... Himself - Jonathan's Father (segment "Wall Street Whiz Kid")
Arthur Levitt ... Himself - Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission (segment "Wall Street Whiz Kid")
Kevin Marino ... Himself - Attorney (segment "Wall Street Whiz Kid")

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 5: Jack Welch/Negative About Affirmative Action/Megan's Law

29 October 2000
"Jack Welch" interviews the CEO of General Electric. "Negative About Affirmative Action" looks at a lawsuit which charges that the University of Michigan refused to enroll three white students while enrolling less qualified minority students. "Megan's Law" looks at whether convicted sex offenders have a right to privacy. "Andy Rooney" talks about commercialism.
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Jack Welch")

Jack Welch ... Himself - CEO, General Electric (segment "Jack Welch")
Larry Bossidy ... Himself - Former General Electric Employee (segment "Jack Welch")
Jane Welch ... Herself - Jack's Wife (segment "Jack Welch")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Negative About Affirmative Action")
Jennifer Gratz ... Herself - Plaintiff (segment "Negative About Affirmative Action")
Lee Bollinger ... Himself - President, University of Michigan (segment "Negative About Affirmative Action")
Carl Cohen ... Himself - Philosophy Professor (segment "Negative About Affirmative Action")
Liz Barry ... Herself - Deputy General Counsel, University of Michigan (segment "Negative About Affirmative Action")
Tom Turner ... Himself - Student (segment "Negative About Affirmative Action")
Rory Diamond ... Himself - College Republicans (segment "Negative About Affirmative Action")
Matthew Schwartz ... Himself - Student (segment "Negative About Affirmative Action")
Shomari Terrelonge-Stone ... Himself - Former Student (segment "Negative About Affirmative Action")
Barbara Gruder ... Herself - Plaintiff (segment "Negative About Affirmative Action")
Jeffrey Lehman ... Himself - Dean, University of Michigan Law School (segment "Negative About Affirmative Action")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Megan's Law")
Maureen Kanka ... Herself - Megan's Mother (segment "Megan's Law")
Cindy Liccardo ... Herself - Prosecutor (segment "Megan's Law")
Ed Barocas ... Himself - Public Defender (segment "Megan's Law")
Jim Powers ... Himself - Convicted Sex Offender (segment "Megan's Law")
Evan Maltz ... Himself - Millstone Township Resident (segment "Megan's Law")
Patty Coffee ... Herself - Millstone Township Resident (segment "Megan's Law")
Lynn Melee ... Herself - Millstone Township Resident (segment "Megan's Law")
John Farmer ... Himself - Attorney General, New Jersey (segment "Megan's Law")

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 6: Yasir Arafat/You've Got Mail/The 450 Million Dollar Scam

5 November 2000
"Yasir Arafat" interviews the Palestinian leader about the escalation of violence in Israel. "You've Got Mail" examines how Republican and Democrats are raising money through direct mail techniques. "The 450 Million Dollar Scam" looks at how white collar criminals managed to loot an insurance company for almost a half a billion dollars. "Andy Rooney" talks about voters and non-voters.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Yasir Arafat")
Yasser Arafat ... Himself - Palestinian Leader (segment "Yasir Arafat")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "You've Got Mail")
Joe Andrew ... Himself - Chairman, Democratic National Committee (segment "You've Got Mail")
Jim Nicholson ... Himself - Chairman, Republican National Committee (segment "You've Got Mail")
Larry Sabato ... Himself - Professor, University of Virginia (segment "You've Got Mail")
Susan Collins ... Herself - Senator, Maine (segment "You've Got Mail") (archive footage)
Carl Levin ... Himself - Senator, Michigan (segment "You've Got Mail") (archive footage)

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The 450 Million Dollar Scam")
Judy Hunt ... Herself - Federal Prosecutor (segment "The 450 Million Dollar Scam")
Joe Judge ... Himself - FBI Agent (segment "The 450 Million Dollar Scam")
Roger Needham ... Himself - Insurance Investigator (segment "The 450 Million Dollar Scam")
Joseph Bossman ... Himself - Investor (segment "The 450 Million Dollar Scam")
John Gotti Jr. ... Himself - John Gotti's Son (segment "The 450 Million Dollar Scam") (archive footage)
Richard Herman ... Himself - Law Firm Partner (segment "The 450 Million Dollar Scam")
Sholam Weiss ... Himself - Investor (segment "The 450 Million Dollar Scam") (archive footage)
Joel Hirschhorn ... Himself - Weiss' Attorney (segment "The 450 Million Dollar Scam")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 7: The MMR Vaccine/The Crossroad/The Calendar Girls

12 November 2000
"The MMR Vaccine" examines the the belief that the MMR Vaccine causes autism and talks to doctors who stress that there is no real evidence for this belief. "The Crossroad" reports on the growing violence in the Gaza Strip's Netzarem Junction. "The Calendar Girls" profiles a group of middle-age British women who raised money for cancer by posing in nude in a calendar. "Andy Rooney" talks about the recent election controversy in Florida.
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The MMR Vaccine")
Nicholas Wildman ... Himself - Autistic Child (segment "The MMR Vaccine")
Mary Wildman ... Herself - Nicholas's Mother (segment "The MMR Vaccine")
Dave Wildman ... Himself - Nicholas's Father (segment "The MMR Vaccine")
Sam Katz ... Himself - Doctor, Duke University (segment "The MMR Vaccine")
Andrew Wakefield ... Himself - Researcher, The Royal Free Hospital (segment "The MMR Vaccine")
David Salisbury ... Himself - Health Department Official, Great Britain (segment "The MMR Vaccine")

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Crossroad")
Shlomit Ziv ... Herself - Netzarim Resident (segment "The Crossroad")
Hirsch Goodman ... Himself - Military Analyst, Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies (segment "The Crossroad")
Yom-Tov Samia ... Himself - Israeli General (segment "The Crossroad")
Rhada Abu Shammala ... Herself - Palestinian Academic (segment "The Crossroad")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Calendar Girls")
Angela Baker ... Herself - Member, Women's Institute (segment "The Calendar Girls")
Tricia Stewart ... Herself - Member, Women's Institute (segment "The Calendar Girls")
Terry Logan ... Himself - Artist (segment "The Calendar Girls")
Ros Fawcett ... Herself - Member, Women's Institute (segment "The Calendar Girls")
Beryl Bamforth ... Herself - Member, Women's Institute (segment "The Calendar Girls")
Moyra Livesey ... Herself - Member, Women's Institute (segment "The Calendar Girls")
Lynn Knowles ... Herself - Member, Women's Institute (segment "The Calendar Girls")
Christine Clancy ... Herself - Member, Women's Institute (segment "The Calendar Girls")
Sandra Sayers ... Herself - Member, Women's Institute (segment "The Calendar Girls")
Lynda Logan ... Herself - Member, Women's Institute (segment "The Calendar Girls")
Leni Pickles ... Herself - Member, Women's Institute (segment "The Calendar Girls")
Rita Turner ... Herself - Member, Women's Institute (segment "The Calendar Girls")
Richard Stilgoe ... Himself - Songwriter (segment "The Calendar Girls")
Peter Skellern ... Himself - Songwriter (segment "The Calendar Girls")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 8: Officer Young/The Orchestra/Fish Fuss

19 November 2000
"Officer Young" examines the case of Cornel Young Jr. a black off-duty police officer who was killed by two white police officers when he tried to help them in an arrest. "The Orchestra" looks at a children's classical orchestra in Venezuela. "Fish Fuss" looks at the government's multi-billion dollar effort to save salmon in the Pacific Northwest. "Andy Rooney" talks about the close presidential election.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Officer Young")
Joseph Haywood ... Himself - Shooting Witness (segment "Officer Young")
Cornel Young ... Himself - Major, Providence Police Force (segment "Officer Young")
Leisa Young ... Herself - Mother of Cornel Young Jr. (segment "Officer Young")
Sheldon Whitehouse ... Himself - Rhode Island Attorney General (segment "Officer Young")
Marlowe Washington ... Himself - Reverend (segment "Officer Young")

Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. ... Himself - Attorney (segment "Officer Young")
Buddy Cianci ... Himself - Mayor, Providenc (segment "Officer Young")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Orchestra")
Jose Antonio Abreu ... Himself - Venezuelan Youth Orchestra (segment "The Orchestra")
Tarciscio Baretto ... Himself - Orchestra Graduate (segment "The Orchestra")
Joel Pena ... Himself - Orchestra Member (segment "The Orchestra")
Lennar Acosta ... Himself - Orchestra Member (segment "The Orchestra")
Maibel Troia ... Herself - Music Teacher (segment "The Orchestra")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Fish Fuss")
Doug Arndt ... Himself - Biologist, Army Corps of Engineers (segment "Fish Fuss")
Bruce Lovelin ... Himself - President, Columbia River Alliance (segment "Fish Fuss")
Ed Chaney ... Himself - Chinook Northwest (segment "Fish Fuss")
Lucille Worsham ... Herself - Fish Counter (segment "Fish Fuss")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 9: Election Update/Delayed/Presidente Fox

26 November 2000
"Election Update" looks at current developments in the U.S. presidential election controversy. "Delayed" examines flight delays and how they are becoming a growing problem for air travelers. "Presidente Fox" profiles the new president of Mexico Vicente Fox who was elected on an anti-corruption and anti-poverty platform. "Andy Rooney" talks about wires.

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Election Update")
Katherine Harris ... Herself - Secretary of State, Florida (segment "Election Update") (archive footage)
John Roberts ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Election Update")

Joe Lieberman ... Himself - Democratic Vice Presidential Candidate (segment "Election Update") (archive footage)
Bill Whitaker ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Election Update")
James Baker III ... Himself - Bush Campaign Adviser (segment "Election Update") (archive footage)
Jonathan Turley ... Himself - CBS News Legal Analyst (segment "Election Update")

Bob Schieffer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Election Update")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Delayed")
Paul O'Brien ... Himself - Software Executive (segment "Delayed")
Rebecca Morgan ... Herself - Management Consultant (segment "Delayed")
Darryl Jenkins ... Himself - Professor, George Washington University (segment "Delayed")
Thomas Walker ... Himself - Chicago Aviation Commissioner (segment "Delayed")
Alexis Stefani ... Herself - Department of Transportation (segment "Delayed")
John Meenan ... Himself - Air Transport Association (segment "Delayed")
Steve Brown ... Himself - System Administrator (segment "Delayed")
Joel Calloway ... Himself - Airline Passenger (segment "Delayed")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Presidente Fox")
Vicente Fox ... Himself - President Elect, Mexico (segment "Presidente Fox")
Dick Morris ... Himself - Former Clinton Campaign Consultant (segment "Presidente Fox")
Guadalupe Loaeza ... Herself - Columnist, La Reforma (segment "Presidente Fox")
Jorge Castañeda ... Himself - Fox Adviser (segment "Presidente Fox")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 10: Al Gore/Internal Affairs/FISA

3 December 2000
"Al Gore" interviews the vice president about the recent election controversy. "Internal Affairs" talks to a former police officer who claims that the police force took revenge on him after he uncovered corruption while he was head of the Internal Affairs division. "FISA" looks at how the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act allowed the FBI to set up a special operation that allowed them to entrap and convict an American couple of espionage. "Andy Rooney" talks about explaining the recent presidential election to people from a different country.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Host
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Al Gore")

Al Gore ... Himself - Vice President, United States (segment "Al Gore")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Internal Affairs")
Joe Stenukinis ... Himself - Lieutenant, Edison Police Force (segment "Internal Affairs")
Ciro Sinagra ... Himself - Independent Investigator (segment "Internal Affairs")
George Spadoro ... Himself - Mayor, Edison (segment "Internal Affairs")
Gary Stowell ... Himself - Police Chief (segment "Internal Affairs")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "FISA")
Theresa Squillacote ... Herself - Former Pentagon Attorney (segment "FISA")
Kurt Stand ... Himself - Former Union Official (segment "FISA")
Larry Robbins ... Himself - Squillacote's Attorney (segment "FISA")
Dick Sauber ... Himself - Stand's Attorney (segment "FISA")
Eric Plakon ... Himself - Psychiatrist (segment "FISA") (archive footage)
Jeffrey Genovski ... Himself - Psychiatrist (segment "FISA") (archive footage)
Jose Apud ... Himself - Squillacote's Psychiatrist (segment "FISA") (archive footage)
Greg ... Himself - Undercover Agent (segment "FISA")

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 11: Dot-Com Millionaires?/God, Women and Medicine/Brain Fingerprinting

10 December 2000
"Dot-Com Millionaires?" looks at how many Internet companies are going out of business. "God, Women and Medicine" examines how mergers and consolidations have put 40% of the largest health care systems in the U.S. under the control of the Roman Catholic Church. "Brain Fingerprinting" looks at an effort to use brainwaves to catch criminals. "Andy Rooney" talks about presents one should not give for Christmas.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Dot-Com Millionaires?")
Jim Nesfield ... Himself - Venture Capitalist (segment "Dot-Com Millionaires?")
Michael Wolff ... Himself - Journalist (segment "Dot-Com Millionaires?")
Jim McCann ... Himself - Online Retailer (segment "Dot-Com Millionaires?")
Robert Shiller ... Himself - Professor, Yale University (segment "Dot-Com Millionaires?")
Jerry Colonna ... Himself - Venture Capitalist (segment "Dot-Com Millionaires?")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "God, Women and Medicine")
Frances Kissling ... Herself - President, Catholics for a Free Choice (segment "God, Women and Medicine")
Kathleen Hutchins ... Herself - Former Patient (segment "God, Women and Medicine")
Wayne Goldner ... Himself - Doctor, Elliot Hospital (segment "God, Women and Medicine")
Michael Place ... Himself - Head of the Catholic Health Association (segment "God, Women and Medicine")
Zina Campos ... Herself - Mother (segment "God, Women and Medicine")
Francis Sacco ... Himself - Doctor (segment "God, Women and Medicine")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Brain Fingerprinting")
Larry Farwell ... Himself - Scientist (segment "Brain Fingerprinting")
Charles Grassley ... Himself - Senator, Iowa (segment "Brain Fingerprinting")
Terry Harrington ... Himself - Convicted Murderer (segment "Brain Fingerprinting")
William Iacono ... Himself - Professor, University of Minnesota (segment "Brain Fingerprinting")
Jim Cleary ... Himself - Harrington's Attorney (segment "Brain Fingerprinting")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 12: Notra Trulock/Tom Hanks/The Rosenberg Case

17 December 2000
"Notra Trulock" talks to the former Director of Intelligence for the Department of Energy who oversaw the investigation into the theft of nuclear secrets at the U.S. National laboratories. "Tom Hanks" interviews the famous actor. "The Rosenberg Case" examines the case of former radical who has served 16 years in prison for weapons possession. "Andy Rooney" talks about new president George W. Bush.
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Notra Trulock")
Notra Trulock ... Himself - Former Director of Intelligence, Department of Energy (segment "Notra Trulock")
Ed Curran ... Himself - Chief of Counterintelligence, Energy Department (segment "Notra Trulock")
Norm Dicks ... Himself - Representative, Washington (segment "Notra Trulock")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Tom Hanks")

Tom Hanks ... Himself - Actor (segment "Tom Hanks")
Stephen Ambrose ... Himself - Historian (segment "Tom Hanks")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Rosenberg Case")
Susan Rosenberg ... Herself - Former Activist (segment "The Rosenberg Case")
John Castellucci ... Himself - Author, The Big Dance (segment "The Rosenberg Case")
Mary O'Melveny ... Herself - Lawyer (segment "The Rosenberg Case")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 13: The Mormons/Dikembe Mutombo/Ben Zander

24 December 2000
"The Mormons" looks at one of the fastest growing religions in the world and talks to its president. "Dikembe Mutombo" talks to the NBA star who is using his wealth to help people in his home country of the Congo. "Ben Zander" rebroadcasts a profile of the conductor of Boston's Philharmonic Orchestra. "Andy Rooney" talks about past Christmas commentaries.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Mormons")
Gordon Hinckley ... Himself - President, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (segment "The Mormons")
J.W. Marriott Jr. ... Himself - Chairman, Marriott Hotels (segment "The Mormons") (as J. W. 'Bill' Marriott Jr.)
Orrin G. Hatch ... Himself - Senator, Utah (segment "The Mormons")
Steve Young ... Himself - San Francisco 49ers Quarterback (segment "The Mormons")
Steve Benson ... Himself - Former Mormon (segment "The Mormons")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Dikembe Mutombo")

Dikembe Mutombo ... Himself - NBA Player (segment "Dikembe Mutombo") (archive footage)
John Thompson ... Himself - Sports Talk Show Host (segment "Dikembe Mutombo") (archive footage)
Leon Kintaudi ... Himself - Director (segment "Dikembe Mutombo") (archive footage)
Louis Kanda ... Himself - Surgeon (segment "Dikembe Mutombo") (archive footage)

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Ben Zander")
Benjamin Zander ... Himself - Conductor (segment "Ben Zander") (archive footage)
Rosamund Zander ... Herself - Ben's Wife (segment "Ben Zander") (archive footage)

Yo-Yo Ma ... Himself - Cellist (segment "Ben Zander") (archive footage)
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 14: Harry Potter/Tina Sinatra/Evelyn Glennie

31 December 2000
"Harry Potter" rebroadcasts a profile of J.K. Rowling author of the popular fantasy book series. "Tina Sinatra" rebroadcasts an interview with Frank Sinatra's daughter and discusses his connections with the Mafia. "Evelyn Glennie" rebroadcasts a profile of the celebrated percussionist. "Andy Rooney" talks about his Christmas gifts.
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Harry Potter")

J.K. Rowling ... Herself - Author (segment "Harry Potter") (archive footage)
Eden Ross Lipson ... Herself - The New York Times (segment "Harry Potter") (archive footage)
Christopher Little ... Himself - Book Agent (segment "Harry Potter") (archive footage)
Valerie ... Herself - Harry Potter Fan (segment "Harry Potter") (archive footage)
Lauren ... Herself - Harry Potter Fan (segment "Harry Potter") (archive footage)
R.J. ... Himself - Harry Potter Fan (segment "Harry Potter") (archive footage)

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Tina Sinatra")

Tina Sinatra ... Herself - Daughter of Frank Sinatra (segment "Tina Sinatra") (archive footage)
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Evelyn Glennie")
Evelyn Glennie ... Herself - Percussionist (segment "Evelyn Glennie") (archive footage)

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 15: Wal-Mart/Any Given Sunday/The Tiananmen Papers

7 January 2001
"Wal-Mart" examines several lawsuits that have been brought against the large retail chain. "Any Given Sunday" looks at an offshore Internet company that is facilitating illegal betting on professional sports. "The Tiananmen Papers" examines secret documents that reportedly detail the debate among China's leaders about whether to use force against student protesters in 1989. "Andy Rooney" talks about ten good things about the United States.
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Wal-Mart")
Sharolyn Wood ... Herself - Judge (segment "Wal-Mart")
Roger McClung ... Himself - Husband of Assault Victim (segment "Wal-Mart")
Dave Gorman ... Himself - Vice President of Security, Wal-Mart (segment "Wal-Mart")
Bruce Kramer ... Himself - Roger McClung's Attorney (segment "Wal-Mart")
Reba Warner ... Herself - Assault Victim (segment "Wal-Mart")
Ralph Davis ... Himself - Jared Robbins's Attorney (segment "Wal-Mart")
Steve Gursky ... Himself - Attorney (segment "Wal-Mart")
Danny Hardin ... Himself - Security Guard (segment "Wal-Mart")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Any Given Sunday")
Jay Cohen ... Himself - Co-founder, World Sports Exchange (segment "Any Given Sunday")
Steve Schillinger ... Himself - Co-founder, World Sports Exchange (segment "Any Given Sunday")
Hayden Ware ... Himself - Co-founder, World Sports Exchange (segment "Any Given Sunday")
Janet Reno ... Herself - U.S. Attorney General (segment "Any Given Sunday") (archive footage)
Ben Brafman ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Any Given Sunday")
Jon Kyl ... Himself - Senator, Arizona (segment "Any Given Sunday")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Tiananmen Papers")
Jack Sheahan ... Himself - CBS News Reporter (segment "The Tiananmen Papers") (archive footage)

Dan Rather ... Himself - CBS News Reporter (segment "The Tiananmen Papers") (archive footage)
Bruce Morton ... Himself - CBS News Reporter (segment "The Tiananmen Papers") (archive footage)
Richard Roth ... Himself - CBS News Reporter (segment "The Tiananmen Papers") (archive footage)

Bob Schieffer ... Himself - CBS News Reporter (segment "The Tiananmen Papers") (archive footage)
Andrew Nathan ... Himself - Columbia University (segment "The Tiananmen Papers")
Zhang Liang ... Himself - Chinese Informant (segment "The Tiananmen Papers") (as Anonymous)
James Lilley ... Himself - Former Ambassador (segment "The Tiananmen Papers")
Ziyang Zhao ... Himself - Chinese Politician (segment "The Tiananmen Papers") (archive footage)
Deng Xiaoping ... Himself - Chinese Politician (segment "The Tiananmen Papers") (archive footage)

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 16: Earth Liberation Front/The Pope's Maestro/The Strange Case of Dr. Shipman

14 January 2001
"Earth Liberation Front" examines the ecoterrorist group that has destroyed $37 million worth of property over four years. "The Pope's Maestro" profiles the Jewish conductor who has become the musical director for the head of the Roman Catholic Church. "The Strange Case of Dr. Shipman" goes to the United Kingdom where the police have caught a serial killer who has been targeting his elderly patients. "Andy Rooney" talks about his name appearing in a 150 year old book.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Earth Liberation Front")
David Szady ... Himself - FBI Agent (segment "Earth Liberation Front")
Roy Palmer ... Himself - Fire Chief (segment "Earth Liberation Front")
Catherine Ives ... Herself - Professor, Michigan State University (segment "Earth Liberation Front")
Dan Glick ... Himself - Reporter, Newsweek (segment "Earth Liberation Front")

Craig Scott Rosebraugh ... Himself - Activist (segment "Earth Liberation Front")
Gary Perlstein ... Himself - Expert on Domestic Terrorism (segment "Earth Liberation Front")

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Pope's Maestro")
Gilbert Levine ... Himself - Conductor (segment "The Pope's Maestro")
Jean-Marie Lustiger ... Himself - Cardinal (segment "The Pope's Maestro")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Strange Case of Dr. Shipman")
Bernard Postles ... Himself - Detective (segment "The Strange Case of Dr. Shipman")
Harold Shipman ... Himself - Doctor (segment "The Strange Case of Dr. Shipman") (archive footage)
Pam Turner ... Herself - Daughter of Edith Brady (segment "The Strange Case of Dr. Shipman")
Deborah Massey ... Herself - Undertaker (segment "The Strange Case of Dr. Shipman")
John Pollard ... Himself - Coroner (segment "The Strange Case of Dr. Shipman")
John Ashley ... Himself - Detective Sergeant (segment "The Strange Case of Dr. Shipman")
Kathleen Adamski ... Herself - Daughter of Winifred Mellor (segment "The Strange Case of Dr. Shipman")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 17: The Osprey/Nothing More to Worry About?/Zimbabwe

21 January 2001
"The Osprey" investigates the Marines' crash-plagued MV-22 Osprey aircraft. "Nothing More to Worry About?" examines how the AIDS problem could be getting worse rather than getting better. "Zimbabwe" looks at the Africa country which is now on the verge of collapse. "Andy Rooney" talks about President Bush selecting his new cabinet.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Osprey")
Grady Wilson ... Himself - Test Pilot (segment "The Osprey")
Dick Cheney ... Himself - Former Defense Secretary (segment "The Osprey") (archive footage)
Lawrence Korb ... Himself - Former Assistant Secretary of Defense (segment "The Osprey")
Curt Weldon ... Himself - Representative, Pennsylvania (segment "The Osprey")
Donna Harter ... Herself - Mother of Killed Marine (segment "The Osprey")
Connie Gruber ... Herself - Wife of Killed Marine (segment "The Osprey")
Fred McCorkle ... Himself - Lieutenant General (segment "The Osprey") (archive footage)
Karen Buyck ... Herself - Mother of Killed Marine (segment "The Osprey")
James Buyck ... Herself - Father of Killed Marine (segment "The Osprey")
Fred Leberman ... Himself - Lieutenant Colonel (segment "The Osprey") (archive footage)
James Amos ... Himself - Brigadier General (segment "The Osprey") (archive footage)
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Nothing More to Worry About?")
Jeff Getty ... Himself - AIDS Activist (segment "Nothing More to Worry About?")
Mike Saad ... Himself - Doctor (segment "Nothing More to Worry About?")
Harry Wingfield ... Himself - AIDS Patient (segment "Nothing More to Worry About?")
Tom Coates ... Himself - AIDS Researcher (segment "Nothing More to Worry About?")
Anthony ... Himself - San Francisco Resident (segment "Nothing More to Worry About?")
Nick ... Himself - San Francisco Resident (segment "Nothing More to Worry About?")
Arturo ... Himself - San Francisco Resident (segment "Nothing More to Worry About?")
Michael Bellefountaine ... Himself - HIV Skeptic (segment "Nothing More to Worry About?")

Larry Kramer ... Himself - Playwright (segment "Nothing More to Worry About?")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Zimbabwe")
Robert Mugabe ... Himself - President, Zimbabwe (segment "Zimbabwe")
Harry Milbank ... Himself - Commercial Farmer (segment "Zimbabwe")
Chenjerai Hunzvi ... Himself - Politician (segment "Zimbabwe")
Kathy Olds ... Herself - Widow of Martin Olds (segment "Zimbabwe")
Maria Stevens ... Herself - Widow of David Stevens (segment "Zimbabwe")
Adella Chiminya ... Herself - Widow of Ticha (segment "Zimbabwe")
Paul Nyathi ... Himself - Member of Parliament (segment "Zimbabwe")
Fanwell Chigwedere ... Himself - Militia Leader (segment "Zimbabwe")
Ian Hardy ... Himself - Farmer (segment "Zimbabwe") (archive footage)
Norman Travers ... Himself - Farmer (segment "Zimbabwe")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 18: The Great Escape/Arctic Oil/School for the Homeless

4 February 2001
"The Great Escape" interviews one of the Texas Seven who recounts the escape and how they avoided law enforcement for six weeks. "Arctic Oil" examines the debate over drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. "School for the Homeless" looks at the Thomas J. Pappas School in Phoenix which is dedicated to educating homeless children. "Andy Rooney" talks about presidential speeches.
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Great Escape")
George Angel Rivas Jr. ... Himself - Member of the Texas Seven (segment "The Great Escape")
Frank Fehn ... Himself - Sheriff, Teller County (segment "The Great Escape")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Arctic Oil")
Ken Boyd ... Himself - Alaska's State Division of Oil and Gas (segment "Arctic Oil")
Deborah Williams ... Herself - Alaska Conservation Foundation (segment "Arctic Oil")
Tony Knowles ... Himself - Governor, Alaska (segment "Arctic Oil")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "School for the Homeless")
Stacey ... Herself - Student (segment "School for the Homeless")
Amy ... Herself - Student (segment "School for the Homeless")
Donovan ... Himself - Student (segment "School for the Homeless")
Michael ... Himself - Student (segment "School for the Homeless")
Sandra Dowling ... Herself - Maricopa County School Superintendent (segment "School for the Homeless")
Chuck Bacon ... Himself - Former Student (segment "School for the Homeless")
Barbara Duffield ... Herself - National Coalition for the Homeless (segment "School for the Homeless")
Lisa Graham Keegan ... Herself - State Superintendent of Public Education (segment "School for the Homeless")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 19: Sleeping Sickness/Joe the Jailer/Bryonn Bain of Harvard

11 February 2001
"Sleeping Sickness" talks to doctors who are treating the illness that pharmaceutical companies have stopped making the cure for. "Joe the Jailer" profiles the controversial Arizona sheriff that is drawing both praise and criticism for his treatment of convicts. "Bryonn Bain of Harvard" talks to a black Harvard Law student who was wrongfully arrested after being profiled. "Andy Rooney" talks about prices and inflation.

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Host

Christiane Amanpour ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Sleeping Sickness")
Mickey Richer ... Himself - Pediatrician (segment "Sleeping Sickness")
James Orbinski ... Himself - Doctors Without Borders (segment "Sleeping Sickness")
Harvey Bale ... Himself - Pharmaceutical Spokesman (segment "Sleeping Sickness")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Joe the Jailer")
Joe Arpaio ... Himself - Sheriff (segment "Joe the Jailer")
David Liebowitz ... Himself - Columnist, Arizona Republic (segment "Joe the Jailer")
Donna Hamm ... Herself - Prison Reform Advocate (segment "Joe the Jailer")
Kris Long ... Himself - Anchor (segment "Joe the Jailer") (archive footage)
Steve Benson ... Himself - Officer (segment "Joe the Jailer")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Bryonn Bain of Harvard")
Bryonn Bain ... Himself - Graduate Student, Harvard Law School (segment "Bryonn Bain of Harvard")
Kristopher Bain ... Himself - Bryonn's Brother (segment "Bryonn Bain of Harvard")
Kyle Vazquez ... Himself - Bryonn's Cousin (segment "Bryonn Bain of Harvard")
George Grasso ... Himself - Deputy Commissioner, New York City Police Department (segment "Bryonn Bain of Harvard")
Terrance Wansley ... Himself - Detective, New York Police Department (segment "Bryonn Bain of Harvard")

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 20: Online U/The Wrong Man?/Diamonds

18 February 2001
"Online U" looks at the growing trend of for-profit online college education and examines of some its problems. "The Wrong Man?" looks at the case of Charles Schwarz who may have been wrongly convicted of assault on a Haitian immigrant. "Diamonds" looks at De Beers's monopoly on the diamond business. "Andy Rooney" talks about education in the United States.
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Online U")
Arthur Levin ... Himself - Teachers College, Columbia University (segment "Online U")
Vicki Esposito ... Herself - Student, University of Phoenix (segment "Online U")
John Chambers ... Himself - CEO, Cisco Systems (segment "Online U")
Robert Berdahl ... Himself - Chancellor, University of California at Berkeley (segment "Online U")
Carole Fungaroli ... Herself - Georgetown University (segment "Online U")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Wrong Man?")
Abner Louima ... Himself - Assault Victim (segment "The Wrong Man?") (archive footage)
Charles Schwarz ... Himself - Convicted of Assault (segment "The Wrong Man?")
Justin Volpe ... Himself - Police Officer (segment "The Wrong Man?") (archive footage)
Thomas Wiese ... Himself - Police Officer (segment "The Wrong Man?")
Thomas Bruder ... Himself - Police Officer (segment "The Wrong Man?")
Eric Turetzky ... Himself - Police Officer (segment "The Wrong Man?")
Stephen Worth ... Himself - Schwarz's Attorney (segment "The Wrong Man?")
Joseph Tacopina ... Himself - Wiese's Attorney (segment "The Wrong Man?")
Ron Fischetti ... Himself - Schwarz's Appeal Attorney (segment "The Wrong Man?")
Andra Schwarz ... Herself - Schwarz's Wife (segment "The Wrong Man?")

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Diamonds")
Debora Spar ... Herself - Professor, Harvard Business School (segment "Diamonds")
James Twitchell ... Himself - Professor, University of Florida (segment "Diamonds")
Nicky Oppenheimer ... Himself - Chairman, De Beers (segment "Diamonds")
Bill Goldberg ... Himself - New York Dealer (segment "Diamonds")
Saul Goldberg ... Himself - Bill's Son (segment "Diamonds")
Charmian Gooch ... Herself - Global Witness (segment "Diamonds")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 21: Needles/David Boies/Whose Body Is It Anyway?

25 February 2001
"Needles" looks at the dangers posed by needles to medical professionals. "David Boies" profiles the successful high powered corporate attorney. "Whose Body Is It Anyway? examines how private companies are patenting genetic material. "Andy Rooney" talks about saving money in the military.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Needles")
Karen Daley ... Herself - President, Massachusetts Nurses Association (segment "Needles")
Reynold Trowers ... Himself - Doctor, Harlem Hospital (segment "Needles")
Thomas J. Shaw ... Himself - Needle Designer (segment "Needles")
Rita Pruzan ... Herself - Conference Organizer (segment "Needles")
John Rowe ... Himself - Former Mount Sinai Chief Executive Officer (segment "Needles")
Ray Campbell ... Himself - Kaiser Permanente (segment "Needles")
Murray Cohen ... Himself - President, Frontline Healthcare Workers Safety Foundation (segment "Needles")
Janine Jagger ... Herself - University of Virginia (segment "Needles")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "David Boies")
David Boies ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "David Boies")

Bill Gates ... Himself - Founder, Microsoft (segment "David Boies") (archive footage)
Jim Miller ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "David Boies")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Whose Body Is It Anyway?")
Steve Crohn ... Himself - Immune to HIV (segment "Whose Body Is It Anyway?")
Eric Fuchs ... Himself - Immune to HIV (segment "Whose Body Is It Anyway?")
Lori B. Andrews ... Herself - Attorney (segment "Whose Body Is It Anyway?")
Dan Greenberg ... Himself - Canavan Gene Carrier (segment "Whose Body Is It Anyway?")
Debbie Greenberg ... Himself - Canavan Gene Carrier (segment "Whose Body Is It Anyway?")
Todd Dickenson ... Himself - Former Head, US Patent Office (segment "Whose Body Is It Anyway?")
Haig Kazazian ... Himself - Doctor, University of Pennsylvania (segment "Whose Body Is It Anyway?")
Arupa Ganguly ... Herself - Doctor, University of Pennsylvania (segment "Whose Body Is It Anyway?")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 22: President Simmons/Mammoni/Alternative Medicine

4 March 2001
"President Simmons" profiles the first African American woman to be named president of an Ivy League University. "Mammoni" looks at the growing trend in Italy of adult unmarried men living at home with their parents. "Alternative Medicine" talks to a doctor who endorses the use of herbal supplements and yoga. "Andy Rooney" talks about President Bush's address before Congress.

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "President Simmons")
Ruth Simmons ... Herself - President, Brown University (segment "President Simmons")

Toni Morrison ... Herself - Professor, Princeton University (segment "President Simmons")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Mammoni")
Franco Ferrarotti ... Himself - Sociologist (segment "Mammoni")
Giorgio Boemo ... Himself - Mammoni (segment "Mammoni")
Signora Boemo ... Herself - Giorgio's Mother (segment "Mammoni")
Davide Lucchini ... Himself - Mammoni (segment "Mammoni")
Fabrizio Malerba ... Himself - Massimo's Brother (segment "Mammoni")
Massimo Malerba ... Himself - Mammoni (segment "Mammoni")
Andrea Leofreddi ... Himself - Mammoni (segment "Mammoni")
Jude Barrand ... Herself - Andrea's Girlfriend (segment "Mammoni")
Vincenzo Venditti ... Himself - Mayor, Vastogirardi (segment "Mammoni")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Alternative Medicine")

Andrew Weil ... Himself - Doctor (segment "Alternative Medicine")
David Popke ... Himself - Alternative Medicine Patient (segment "Alternative Medicine")
Arnold Relman ... Himself - Former Editor-In-Chief, New England Journal of Medicine (segment "Alternative Medicine")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 23: Here Comes the Judge/Who's Next/Russia's New Czars?

11 March 2001
"Here Comes the Judge" profiles Judge Leslie Crocker Snyder one of the toughest judges in New York. "Who's Next" examines the scientific, ethical, and political controversies surrounding the cloning of human beings. "Russia's New Czars?" talks to Russian billionaire Boris Berezovsky about his problems with the Russian government.

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Here Comes the Judge")
Leslie Crocker Snyder ... Herself - Judge (segment "Here Comes the Judge")
Scott Greenfield ... Himself - Criminal Defense Attorney (segment "Here Comes the Judge")
Greta Van Susteren ... Herself - CNN Host (segment "Here Comes the Judge")
Fred Snyder ... Himself - Leslie's Husband (segment "Here Comes the Judge")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Who's Next")
Michael West ... Himself - President, Advanced Cell Technology (segment "Who's Next")
Panos Zavos ... Himself - Fertility Doctor (segment "Who's Next")
Brigitte Boisselier ... Herself - Raelian Member (segment "Who's Next")
Arthur Caplan ... Himself - Center for Bioethics (segment "Who's Next")
Richard Doerflinger ... Himself - National Conference of Catholic Bishops (segment "Who's Next")
Tom Murray ... Himself - Former Member, Advisory Commission on Bioethics (segment "Who's Next")
Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Russia's New Czars?")
Boris Berezovsky ... Himself - Russian Billionaire (segment "Russia's New Czars?")
Vyacheslav Nikonov ... Himself - Russian Political Consultant (segment "Russia's New Czars?")
Alexander Pushkov ... Himself - Russian Political Commentator (segment "Russia's New Czars?")
Yuri Skuratov ... Himself - Russian Chief Prosecutor (segment "Russia's New Czars?")

Andrew Rooney ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Andy Rooney")

Season 33, Episode 24: Giant Killer/Caught Up in a Custody Battle/Smart TV

18 March 2001
"Giant Killer" profiles successful corporate attorney Willie Gary. "Caught Up in a Custody Battle" looks at how some parents must fight to get their children back after they were taken to a foreign country. "Smart TV" looks at a new technology that may revolutionize how we watch television. "Andy Rooney" talks about soft drinks.

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Giant Killer")
Willie Gary ... Himself - Attorney (segment "Giant Killer")
Madison McClellan ... Himself - Attorney (segment "Giant Killer")

Christiane Amanpour ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Caught Up in a Custody Battle")
Glen Gephard ... Himself - Father (segment "Caught Up in a Custody Battle")
Ursula Koejoe ... Herself - Psychologist (segment "Caught Up in a Custody Battle")
Marcus Rosenlehner ... Himself - German Attorney (segment "Caught Up in a Custody Battle")
Nick Lampson ... Himself - Representative, Texas (segment "Caught Up in a Custody Battle")
Joseph Cooke ... Himself - Father (segment "Caught Up in a Custody Battle")
Christiana Cooke ... Herself - Joseph's Ex-Wife (segment "Caught Up in a Custody Battle")
Patricia Cooke ... Herself - Joseph's Mother (segment "Caught Up in a Custody Battle")
Frank Hammerle ... Himself - Custody Official (segment "Caught Up in a Custody Battle")
Lady Catherine Meyer ... Herself - Activist (segment "Caught Up in a Custody Battle")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Smart TV")

Dick Wolf ... Himself - TV Producer (segment "Smart TV")