Episodes cast for
"60 Minutes Wednesday" (1999) More at IMDbPro »"60 Minutes II" (original title)

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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Krasnoyarsk-26 Secret City/Leading the Charge/Classic: Honor Thy Children

13 January 1999
"Krasnoyarsk-26 Secret City" examines a top secret Russian city dedicated to the production of weapons-grade plutonium. "Leading the Charge" profiles David Schippers who is heading the attempt to impeach Bill Clinton. "Honor Thy Children" gives an update on a 1982 60 Minutes segment which looks at American-Asian children left behind in Vietnam after the war. "Uncommon Sense" features Jimmy Tingle discussing the new show.

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Krasnoyarsk-26 Secret City")
Dino A. Brugioni ... Himself - Image Analyst (segment "Krasnoyarsk-26 Secret City")
George Crile ... Himself - Reporter (segment "Krasnoyarsk-26 Secret City")
Matthew Bunn ... Himself - Analyst (segment "Krasnoyarsk-26 Secret City")
Bill Richardson ... Himself - Secretary of Energy (segment "Krasnoyarsk-26 Secret City")

Bob Simon ... Himself - Host
Carol Marin ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Leading the Charge")
David Schippers ... Himself - Chief Investigative Counsel (segment "Leading the Charge")

Barney Frank ... Himself - Representative, Massachusetts (segment "Leading the Charge")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Honor Thy Children")
Kieu My Thi Phillips ... Herself (segment "Classic: Honor Thy Children")
Joe Phillips ... Himself - Father of Kieu My Thi (segment "Classic: Honor Thy Children") (archive footage)
John Shade ... Himself - Pearl Buck Foundation (segment "Classic: Honor Thy Children") (archive footage)

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself (segment "Uncommon Sense")

Season 1, Episode 2: The Delinquents/Going to the Dentist/Classic: Joyce Brown Is in Jail

20 January 1999
"The Delinquents" looks at a group of young orphaned elephants whole killed white rhinos until they were provided with elephant role models. "Going to the Dentist" looks at the growing number of young children who have died at the hands of ill-equipped dentists. "Classic: Joyce Brown is in Jail" updates a 1989 60 Minutes segment on Joyce Brown who may be in prison for a crime she didn't commit. "Uncommon Sense" features Jimmy Tingle talking about parking tickets.
Joyce Brown ... Herself (segment "Classic: Joyce Brown is in Jail")
Hym Ebedes ... Himself - Veterinarian (segment "The Delinquents")
Peter Hartmann ... Himself - Doctor (segment "Going to the Dentist")
Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Going to the Dentist")
Jack MacMillan ... Himself - Elephant Trainer (segment "The Delinquents")
Ken Ofshe ... Himself - Wholesale Florist (segment "Classic: Joyce Brown is in Jail")
Peter Olszewski ... Himself - District Attorney (segment "Going to the Dentist")
Tim Rose ... Himself - American Dental Association (segment "Going to the Dentist")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Joyce Brown is in Jail")
Nicole Shimshock ... Herself - Parent (segment "Going to the Dentist")

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Delinquents")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")
Gus van Dyk ... Himself - Ecologist (segment "The Delinquents")
David Walski ... Himself - Parent (segment "Going to the Dentist")
Lisa Walski ... Herself - Parent (segment "Going to the Dentist")
Myron Yaster ... Himself - Pediatric Anesthesiologist (segment "Going to the Dentist")

Season 1, Episode 3: Saddam's Bomb Maker/Killing to Die/Classic: Caitlin's Story

27 January 1999
"Saddam's Bomb Maker" interviews an Iraqi scientist who claims that Saddam wishes to gain nuclear weapons. "Killing to Die" looks at Daniel Colwell a mental ill man who killed two strangers in order to get the death penalty. "Caitlin's Story" updates a 1990 show about a deaf girl what was given a cochlear implant. "Uncommon Sense" focuses on a recent statement by Pope Benedict
David Albright ... Himself - Former Nuclear Inspector (segment "Saddam's Bomb Maker")
Jeff Ast ... Himself - Stephen's Friend (segment "Killing to Die")

Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Caitlin's Story")
Nelson Brown ... Himself - Police Commander (segment "Killing to Die")
Michael Cheokas ... Himself - Jury Foreman (segment "Killing to Die")
Daniel Colwell ... Himself - Brother (segment "Killing to Die")
Stephen Colwell ... Himself - Confessed Murderer (segment "Killing to Die")
Rosalie Deriso ... Herself - Jury Member (segment "Killing to Die")
Millard Fuller ... Himself - Habitat for Humanity (segment "Killing to Die")
Nizar Hamdoon ... Himself - UN Ambassador (segment "Saddam's Bomb Maker")
Khidhir Hamza ... Himself - Iraqi Scientist (segment "Saddam's Bomb Maker")
Melody James ... Herself - Caitlin's Mother (segment "Classic: Caitlin's Story") (archive footage)
Paul Leventhal ... Himself - Nuclear Expert (segment "Saddam's Bomb Maker")
Michael Mears ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Killing to Die")
Gary Milhollin ... Himself - Nuclear Expert (segment "Saddam's Bomb Maker")
Caitlin Parton ... Herself (segment "Classic: Caitlin's Story")
Steve Parton ... Himself - Caitlin's Father (segment "Classic: Caitlin's Story") (archive footage)

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Killing to Die")

Charlie Rose ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Saddam's Bomb Maker")
Roslyn Rosen ... Herself - National Association of the Deaf (segment "Classic: Caitlin's Story") (archive footage)
Christine Rundle ... Herself - Jury Member (segment "Killing to Die")
R. Rucker Smith ... Himself - Judge (segment "Killing to Die")
Patricia Taft ... Herself - Jury Member (segment "Killing to Die")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself (segment "Uncommon Sense")

Season 1, Episode 4: Nerd of the Amazon/The Case Against Jake Beard/Classic: 1-800-CON MAN

3 February 1999
"Nerd of the Amazon" profiles Jeff Bezos the founder of Amazon. "The Case Against Jake Beard" offer evidence that the man accused of a double murder may not be the person who is responsible for it. "Classic: 1-800-CON MAN" revisits a 1991 segment on a con man who set up a business while in jail using only the telephone. "Uncommon Sense" looks at corporate mergers.
Robert Alkire ... Himself - Sergeant (segment "The Case Against Jake Beard")
Jake Beard ... Himself - Accused Murderer (segment "The Case Against Jake Beard")

Jeff Bezos ... Himself - Founder, Amazon (segment "Nerd of the Amazon")
Tommie Chappell ... Himself - Inmate (segment "Classic: 1-800-CON MAN") (archive footage)
Arnold Cutlip ... Himself - Lewis's Roomate (segment "The Case Against Jake Beard")
Debbie DiFalco ... Herself - State Trooper (segment "The Case Against Jake Beard")
Danny Faries ... Himself - Inmate (segment "Classic: 1-800-CON MAN")
Steve Farmer ... Himself - Beard's Lawyer (segment "The Case Against Jake Beard")
Joseph Paul Franklin ... Himself - Convicted Murderer (segment "The Case Against Jake Beard")
Ross Hughes ... Himself - Police Officer (segment "Classic: 1-800-CON MAN") (archive footage)
Lonnie Lawrence ... Himself - Director, Dade County Corrections (segment "Classic: 1-800-CON MAN") (archive footage)
Johnny Lewis ... Himself - Witness (segment "The Case Against Jake Beard") (archive footage)

Dan Rather ... Himself - Host

Charlie Rose ... Himself - Correspondent

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Nerd of the Amazon")
Bruce Smith ... Himself - Analyst, Jeffries & Company (segment "Nerd of the Amazon")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: 1-800-CON MAN")
Peewee Walton ... Himself - Witness (segment "The Case Against Jake Beard") (archive footage)
Walt Weiford ... Himself - Prosecutor (segment "The Case Against Jake Beard")

Season 1, Episode 5: The Fen-Phen Files/Murder Gene/Classic: Grand Central

10 February 1999
"The Fen-Phen Files" investigates whether the company that produced the diet drug Fen-Phen knew of its harmful effects. "Murder Gene" looks at a father and son on Death Row and whether heredity had something to do with it. "Classic: Grand Central" revisits a 1990 segment on Grand Central Station. "Uncommon Sense" looks at warning labels on alcohol.
Marc Deitch ... Himself - Doctor (segment "The Fen-Phen Files")
Flash Fallon ... Himself - Conductor (segment "Classic: Grand Central") (archive footage)
Val Ginter ... Himself - Tour Guide (segment "Classic: Grand Central") (archive footage)
Flo Hardy ... Herself - Information Assistance (segment "Classic: Grand Central")
Brian Henry ... Himself - Police Captain (segment "Classic: Grand Central")
Darrell Hill ... Himself - Death Row Inmate (segment "Murder Gene")
Jeff Landrigan ... Himself - Death Row Inmate (segment "Murder Gene")
Shannon Landrigan ... Herself - Jeff's Sister (segment "Murder Gene")
Aaron Levine ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "The Fen-Phen Files")
Mary Jo Linnen ... Herself - Mother of Mary Linnen (segment "The Fen-Phen Files")
Thomas Linnen ... Himself - Father of Mary Linnen (segment "The Fen-Phen Files")
Frank Liota ... Himself - Police Officer (segment "Classic: Grand Central") (archive footage)
Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "The Fen-Phen Files")
Michael Murphy ... Himself - Stationmaster (segment "Classic: Grand Central") (archive footage)
Mary Perez ... Herself - Fen-Phen User (segment "The Fen-Phen Files")
Tom Perez ... Himself - Husband of Mary Perez (segment "The Fen-Phen Files")
Kip Petroff ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "The Fen-Phen Files")
Adrian Raine ... Himself - Researcher, University of Southern California (segment "Murder Gene")

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Murder Gene")
Louis Rubin ... Himself - Pulmonary Specialist (segment "The Fen-Phen Files")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Grand Central")
Sabine Sisk-Bisson ... Herself - Fen-Phen User (segment "The Fen-Phen Files")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")
Sidney Wolfe ... Himself - Doctor (segment "The Fen-Phen Files")

Season 1, Episode 6: Scent of a Criminal/Bonnie/Classic: Brucification

17 February 1999
"Scent of a Criminal" investigates the reliability of police dogs using scent to track criminals. "Bonnie" profiles the musician Bonnie Raitt. "Classic: Brucification" revisits a 1991 segment on Bruce Cutler the lawyer of mobster John Gotti. "Uncommon Sense" looks at honesty.
Laura Brevetti ... Herself - Justice Department (segment "Classic: Brucification") (archive footage)
I. Lehr Brisbin ... Himself - Ecologist, University of Georgia (segment "Scent of a Criminal")

Bruce Cutler ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Classic: Brucification")
Murray Cutler ... Himself - Bruce's Father (segment "Classic: Brucification") (archive footage)
John Gotti ... Himself (segment "Classic: Brucification") (archive footage)
Jeffrey Grant ... Himself - Wrongfully Accused of Murder (segment "Scent of a Criminal")
Larry Harris ... Himself - Retired Engineer (segment "Scent of a Criminal")
Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Scent of a Criminal")
Joseph Marusak ... Himself - Prosecutor (segment "Scent of a Criminal")

Michael O'Keefe ... Himself - Bonnie's Husband (segment "Bonnie")
Sharon Petrosino ... Herself - Lawyer (segment "Scent of a Criminal")

Bonnie Raitt ... Herself - Musician (segment "Bonnie")

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Bonnie")
Earl Rhoney ... Himself - Wrongfully Accused of Murder (segment "Scent of a Criminal")
Peter Schlueter ... Himself - Lawyer (segment "Scent of a Criminal")
Richard Silensky ... Himself - Juror (segment "Classic: Brucification") (archive footage)

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")
William Tolhurst ... Himself - Dog Handler (segment "Scent of a Criminal")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Brucification")
Ed Wright ... Himself - Wiretapping Expert (segment "Classic: Brucification") (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 7: Classic: Chernobyl/Classic: Genius/Classic: Arthur Miller

3 March 1999
"Classic: Chernobyl" recalls segments from 1989 and 1994 and revisits disaster site thirteen years later. "Classic: Genius" revisits a 1983 segment on three savants: a pianist, a human calculator, and a sculptor. "Classic: Arthur Miller" revisits a 1987 segment and offers a new interview of the famous playwright.
Keith Baverstock ... Himself - Radiation Specialist (segment "Classic: Chernobyl")
Alexander Borovoi ... Himself - Physicist (segment "Classic: Chernobyl") (archive footage)
Alonzo Clemons ... Himself - Savant & Sculptor (segment "Classic: Genius") (archive footage)
Pam Driscol ... Herself - Driscol Gallery (segment "Classic: Genius") (archive footage)
George Finn ... Himself - Savant & Human Calculator (segment "Classic: Genius") (archive footage)
Robert Gale ... Himself - UCLA Medical School (segment "Classic: Chernobyl") (archive footage)

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Chernobyl")
Leslie Lemke ... Herself - Savant & Musician (segment "Classic: Genius") (archive footage)
May Lemke ... Herself - Leslie's Mother (segment "Classic: Genius") (archive footage)

Karl Malden ... Himself - Actor (segment "Classic: Arthur Miller") (archive footage)

Arthur Miller ... Himself (segment "Classic: Arthur Miller")

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Arthur Miller")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Genius")
Darold A. Treffert ... Himself - Psychiatrist (segment "Classic: Genius") (archive footage)

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Arthur Miller")

Season 1, Episode 8: The Shame of Srebrenica/Warren Beatty/Classic: Genius (II)

10 March 1999
"The Shame of Srebrenica" looks at the Srebrenica massacre and how peacekeepers failed to protect people who were later killed. "Warren Beatty" profiles the famous actor. "Classic: Genius (II)" revisits a 1983 segment and gives a follow-up interview with the man who has the abilities of a human calculator. "Uncommon Sense" discusses Monica Lewinsky.

Warren Beatty ... Himself (segment "Warren Beatty")
Wim Dijkema ... Himself - Warrant Officer, Dutch Peacekeeper (segment "The Shame of Srebrenica")
George Finn ... Himself - Savant (segment "Classic: Genius (II)")
Rob Franken ... Himself - Major, Dutch Peacekeeper (segment "The Shame of Srebrenica")
Gert Kremer ... Himself - Colonel, Dutch Peacekeeper (segment "The Shame of Srebrenica")
Ratko Mladic ... Himself - General (segment "The Shame of Srebrenica") (archive footage)
Hasan Nuhanovic ... Himself - Translator (segment "The Shame of Srebrenica")

Dan Rather ... Himself - Host

Charlie Rose ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Warren Beatty")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Genius (II)")

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Shame of Srebrenica")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")

Season 1, Episode 9: Risky Business/Leading Lady/Classic: Oprah

17 March 1999
"Risky Business" looks at the practice of day trading where fortunes can be made or lost from inside one's living room. "Leading Lady" profiles Tennessee Lady Volunteer's basketball coach Pat Summitt. "Classic: Oprah" revisits a 1986 segment on Oprah Winfrey and offers a new interview with the talk show host. "Uncommon Sense" looks at big tobacco settlements.
Linda Carrington ... Herself - Day Trader (segment "Risky Business")
William Galvin ... Himself - Secretary of State, Massachusetts (segment "Risky Business")
Chamique Holdsclaw ... Herself - Basketball Player (segment "Leading Lady")
Harvey Houtkin ... Himself - Electronic Trading Developer (segment "Risky Business")
Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Leading Lady")
Michelle Marciniak ... Herself - Basketball Player (segment "Leading Lady")

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Risky Business")

Charlie Rose ... Himself - Host
John Skiersch ... Himself - Day Trader (segment "Risky Business")
Michelle Snow ... Herself - Basketball Player (segment "Leading Lady")

Pat Summitt ... Herself - Tennessee Women's Basketball Coach (segment "Leading Lady")
R.B. Summitt ... Himself - Pat's Husband (segment "Leading Lady")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself (segment "Uncommon Sense")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Oprah")

Oprah Winfrey ... Herself (segment "Classic: Oprah")

Season 1, Episode 10: The Lost Children/Classic: Nadja

24 March 1999
"Lost Children" examines how after World War II children from orphanages and institutions in Britian were forcibly shipped to Australia to be workers. "Classic: Nadja" revisits a 1987 segment on Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg and offers a new interview where she discusses her injury and nervous breakdown.
Dorothy Delay ... Herself - Teacher, Juilliard School (segment "Classic: Nadja") (archive footage)
May Fitzgerald ... Herself - Mary Molloy's Mother (segment "The Lost Children")
John Hennessy ... Himself - Former Orphan (segment "The Lost Children")
David Hinchliffe ... Himself - Member of British Parliament (segment "The Lost Children")
Margaret Humphreys ... Herself - Founder, The Child Migrants Trust (segment "The Lost Children")
Norman Johnston ... Himself - Former Orphan (segment "The Lost Children")
Tony Jones ... Himself - Former Orphan (segment "The Lost Children")
Hugh McConnell ... Himself - Former Orphan (segment "The Lost Children")
Beverly Molloy ... Herself - Mary Molloy's Daughter (segment "The Lost Children")
Mary Molloy ... Herself - Former Orphan (segment "The Lost Children")

Dan Rather ... Himself - Host
Philip Ruddock ... Himself - Minister of Immigration, Australia (segment "The Lost Children")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Nadja")
Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg ... Herself - Violinist (segment "Classic: Nadja")
Tony Shanahan ... Himself - Administrator, Christian Brothers (segment "The Lost Children")

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Lost Children")
Ian Thwaites ... Himself - Social Worker (segment "The Lost Children")

Season 1, Episode 11: President Clinton/Classic: Judy

31 March 1999
"President Clinton" interviews Bill Clinton on the air war in Serbia. "Classic: Judy" revisits a 1975 segment on Judy Garland and offers a new interview with her daughters. "Uncommon Sense" looks at legalizing gambling to fund education.

Bill Clinton ... Himself (segment "President Clinton")

Judy Garland ... Herself (segment "Classic: Judy") (archive footage)

Lorna Luft ... Herself (segment "Classic: Judy")

Liza Minnelli ... Herself (segment "Classic: Judy")

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "President Clinton")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself (segment "Uncommon Sense")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host (segment "Classic: Judy")

Season 1, Episode 12: Milosevic/Classic: The Deadliest Prison/Sir Elton

7 April 1999
"Milosevic" looks at the background of Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic. "Classic: The Deadliest Prison" revisits a 1997 segment on guard violence in Corcoran State Prison in California and examines new allegations of rape. "Sir Elton" profiles singer and songwriter Elton John. "Uncommon Sense" offers some commentary on Slobodan Milosevic.
Richard Caruso ... Himself - Officer, Corcoran State Prison (segment "Classic: The Deadliest Prison") (archive footage)
Eddie Dillard ... Himself - Former Inmate, Corcoran State Prison (segment "Classic: The Deadliest Prison")

Richard Holbrooke ... Himself - Diplomat (segment "Milosevic")
Anthony James ... Himself - Inmate, Corcoran State Prison (segment "Classic: The Deadliest Prison") (archive footage)

Elton John ... Himself (segment "Sir Elton")
Quentin Kopp ... Himself - State Senator, California (segment "Classic: The Deadliest Prison")
Mira Markovic ... Herself - Slobodan Milosevic's Wife (segment "Milosevic") (archive footage)
Slobodan Milosevic ... Himself (segment "Milosevic") (archive footage)
Eddie Myers ... Himself - Deputy Director, California Department of Corrections (segment "Classic: The Deadliest Prison") (archive footage)
Milan Panic ... Himself - Former Prime Minister, Yugoslavia (segment "Milosevic")
Roscoe Pondexter ... Himself - Former Corrections Officer (segment "Classic: The Deadliest Prison")

Dan Rather ... Himself - Host
Steve Rigg ... Himself - Supervisor, Corcoran State Prison (segment "Classic: The Deadliest Prison") (archive footage)

Charlie Rose ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Sir Elton")
Laura Silber ... Herself - Journalist and Historian (segment "Milosevic")

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Milosevic")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: The Deadliest Prison")
Warren Zimmerman ... Himself - Former Ambassador to Yugoslavia (segment "Milosevic")

Season 1, Episode 13: The Minister's Blessing/Family Ties/Classic: The Trashing of Clayton Hartwig

14 April 1999
"The Minister's Blessing" profiles Rev. Michael Bray who advocates violent action against abortion providers. "Family Ties" looks at the Hairston Family who descend from a family of slave owners and their slaves. "Classic: The Trashing of Clayton Hartwig" revisits segments from 1989 and 1991 and offers a follow-up on the USS Iowa gun turret explosion. "Uncommon Sense" looks at the language of the Kosovo Crisis.
Michael Bray ... Himself - Reverend (segment "The Minister's Blessing")
John Brockhoeft ... Himself - Anti-Abortion Activist (segment "The Minister's Blessing")
Dick Dowhower ... Himself - Reverend (segment "The Minister's Blessing")
Everlee Hairston ... Herself - Lobbyist (segment "Family Ties")
Jester Hairston ... Himself - Conductor (segment "Family Ties")
Joe Henry Hairston ... Himself - Veteran (segment "Family Ties")
Peter Hairston ... Himself - Judge (segment "Family Ties")
Frank Kelso ... Himself - Chief of Naval Operations (segment "Classic: The Trashing of Clayton Hartwig") (archive footage)
Kathy Kubicina ... Herself - Hartwig's Sister (segment "Classic: The Trashing of Clayton Hartwig") (archive footage)
Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Family Ties")
Dan Meyer ... Himself - Former Lieutenant (segment "Classic: The Trashing of Clayton Hartwig") (archive footage)
John Mullahy ... Himself - Gunner's Mate (segment "Classic: The Trashing of Clayton Hartwig") (archive footage)

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Minister's Blessing")
Vicki Saporta ... Herself - Reverend (segment "The Minister's Blessing")
Larry Seaquist ... Himself - Captain (segment "Classic: The Trashing of Clayton Hartwig")
Randall Terry ... Himself - Anti-Abortion Activist (segment "The Minister's Blessing")
Charles C. Thompson II ... Himself - CBS Producer (segment "Classic: The Trashing of Clayton Hartwig")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")
Kendall Truitt ... Himself - USS Iowa (segment "Classic: The Trashing of Clayton Hartwig") (archive footage)

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: The Trashing of Clayton Hartwig")
Henry Wieneck ... Himself - Historian (segment "Family Ties")

Season 1, Episode 14: Unsafe Haven

21 April 1999
Ed Bradley investigates Charter Behavioral Health Systems a chain of psychiatric hospitals and reveals evidence of unsafe conditions, injuries, deaths and cover-ups in hospitals from Massachusetts to California.
Jean Allen ... Herself - Mother of Tristan Sovern
Leslie Armeniox ... Herself - Administrator, Charter Greensboro
Charles Belanger ... Himself - Nurse, Charter Pembroke

Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent
June Gibbs Brown ... Herself - Inspector General, Department of Health and Human Services
Jackie Campbell ... Herself - Mother of Justine Campbell
Jeff Campbell ... Himself - Father of Justine Campbell
Justine Campbell ... Herself - Patient
David Fassler ... Himself - American Psychiatric Association's Committee on Children
Carole Ferriell ... Herself - Nurse, Charter Louisville
Linda Finke ... Herself - Former President, Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nurses
Ed Holscher ... Himself - Doctor
Terrance Johnson ... Himself - Social Worker
Benny Leach ... Himself - Father of Krystle Leach
Krystle Leach ... Herself - Patient
Sherry Leach ... Herself - Mother of Krystle Leach
James Lell ... Himself - Former Administrator, Charter Terre Haute
Dennis O'Leary ... Himself - Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
Idell Pierce ... Herself - Mental Illness Advocate

Dan Rather ... Himself - Host

Season 1, Episode 15: Rage/Classic: The Forgotten Veterans/It's Not Unusual

28 April 1999
A look at the similarities between the Littleton shootings and the 1997 shooting of a principal and student in Bethel, Alaska. "Classic: The Forgotten Veterans" revisits a 1989 segment on female nurses who served in Vietnam and offers several follow interviews. "It's Not Unusual" profiles singer Tom Jones. "Uncommon Sense" addresses the Columbine shootings.
Reyne Athanas ... Herself - Teacher (segment "Rage")
Diane Carlson-Evans ... Herself - Vietnam Veteran (segment "Classic: The Forgotten Veterans")
Renee Erb ... Herself - Prosecutor (segment "Rage")

Tom Jones ... Himself (segment "It's Not Unusual")
Ryan Kurda ... Himself - Student (segment "Rage")
Patty Langford ... Herself - Vietnam Veteran (segment "Classic: The Forgotten Veterans")
Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "It's Not Unusual")
Carol Marin ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Rage")
Don Ramsey ... Himself - Father of Evan Ramsey (segment "Rage")
Evan Ramsey ... Himself - School Shooter (segment "Rage")

Dan Rather ... Himself - Host
Jackie Rhoads ... Herself - Vietnam Veteran (segment "Classic: The Forgotten Veterans")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: The Forgotten Veterans")
John Smith ... Himself - Psychiatrist (segment "Rage")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")
Mark Woodward ... Himself - Son of Tom Jones (segment "It's Not Unusual")

Season 1, Episode 16: A Classic Cover-Up?/The Golden Boy/Madonna at 40

19 May 1999
"A Classic Cover-Up?" looks at safety problems with the classic Ford Mustang and whether Ford has been concealing evidence about such problems. "The Golden Boy" interviews boxer Oscar De La Hoya. "Madonna at 40" talks to the singer who continues to be a controversial figure. "Uncommon Sense" looks at stealth aircraft.
Marlo Aragone ... Herself - Accident Victim (segment "A Classic Cover-Up?")
Bob Arum ... Himself - Boxing Promoter (segment "The Golden Boy")
Peter Bertelson ... Himself - Safety Engineer (segment "A Classic Cover-Up?")
Joan Claybrook ... Herself - Former Head, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (segment "A Classic Cover-Up?")

Oscar De La Hoya ... Himself - WBC Welterweight Champion (segment "The Golden Boy")
Harold Gielow Sr. ... Himself - Father of Accident Victim (segment "A Classic Cover-Up?")

Lee Iacocca ... Himself - Former President, Ford Motor Company
Craig Jackson ... Himself - Firefighter (segment "A Classic Cover-Up?")
Tim Kawakami ... Himself - Sportswriter (segment "The Golden Boy")

Madonna ... Herself - (segment "Madonna at 40")
David Rand ... Himself - San Francisco Attorney (segment "A Classic Cover-Up?")

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "A Classic Cover-Up?")

Charlie Rose ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Madonna at 40")

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Golden Boy")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")
Peggy Viel ... Herself - Accident Victim (segment "A Classic Cover-Up?")

Season 1, Episode 17: Hillary/Classic: Murder by the Book

26 May 1999
"Hillary" interviews the former first later about her years in the White House and a possible Senate Run. "Classic: Murder by the Book" revisits a 1997 segment and looks at efforts by the family of a murder victim to get the book that inspired the murder off the shelves. "Uncommon Sense" addresses how being in the spotlight can sometimes come at a high cost.

Hillary Clinton ... Herself (segment "Hillary") (as Hillary Rodham Clinton)
Marilyn Farmer ... Herself - Mildred Horne's Sister (segment "Classic: Murder by the Book")
Martin Garbus ... Himself - Attorney (segment "Classic: Murder by the Book")
Peder Lund ... Himself - Owner, Paladin Press (segment "Classic: Murder by the Book") (archive footage)

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Hillary")
Howard Siegel ... Himself - Attorney (segment "Classic: Murder by the Book")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Murder by the Book")
Teresa Whalen ... Herself - Prosecutor (segment "Classic: Murder by the Book") (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 18: Deep Impact/Yankees: The Boss/Classic: A Few Good White Men

2 June 1999
"Deep Impact" examines standards for backyard pool diving boards and how some people have been left paralyzed since that standards don't go far enough. "Yankees: The Boss" profiles Yankee chief George Steinbrenner. "Classic: A Few Good White Men" revisits a 1993 segment and offers a follow-up on racism in the marine corps. "Uncommon Sense" discusses how to deal with answering machines.
Yogi Berra ... Himself - Former New York Yankees Manager (segment "Yankees: The Boss")
David Clark ... Himself - Paralyzed by Diving Into Pool (segment "Deep Impact")
Bernice Crenshaw ... Herself - NSPI's Manager of Standards (segment "Deep Impact")
Gerald Gaskins ... Himself - Captain (segment "Classic: A Few Good White Men")
Marcus Hartman ... Himself - Captain (segment "Classic: A Few Good White Men") (archive footage)
Tom Klebens ... Himself - Paralyzed by Diving Into Pool (segment "Deep Impact")
James Mattes ... Himself - General (segment "Classic: A Few Good White Men")
Shawn Meneely ... Himself - Paralyzed by Diving Into Pool (segment "Deep Impact")
Carl Mundy Jr. ... Himself - General (segment "Classic: A Few Good White Men") (archive footage)
Jan Peterson ... Himself - Seattle Attorney (segment "Deep Impact")

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Deep Impact")

Charlie Rose ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Yankees: The Boss")
Victor Schwartz ... Himself - Attorney (segment "Deep Impact")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: A Few Good White Men")
George M. Steinbrenner III ... Himself - Owner, New York Yankees (segment "Yankees: The Boss")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")
George Walls ... Himself - Brigadier General (segment "Classic: A Few Good White Men") (archive footage)
Euseekers Williams ... Himself - Lieutenant (segment "Classic: A Few Good White Men")
John Wingfield ... Himself - Coach (segment "Deep Impact")
Fred Zeder ... Himself - Seattle Attorney (segment "Deep Impact")
Don Zimmer ... Himself - New York Yankees (segment "Yankees: The Boss")

Season 1, Episode 19: No Hope for Parole/Eggs.com/Classic: Caitlin's Story

9 June 1999
"No Hope for Parole" examines how Michigan's 650 Lifer Law is locking up first-time drug offenders with no chance of parole. "Eggs.com" looks at how egg donors and infertile couples are meeting through the Internet. "Classic: Caitlin's Story" is a repeat of a segment about a deaf girl what was given a cochlear implant. "Uncommon Sense" discusses the raising of stamp prices.
Bob Amer ... Himself - Looked for Egg Donor on Internet (segment "Eggs.com")
Carolyn Amer ... Herself - Looked for Egg Donor on Internet (segment "Eggs.com")
Gloria Borger ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Eggs.com")
Michael Bouchard ... Himself - Sheriff Oakland County, Michigan (segment "No Hope for Parole")

Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent (archive footage)
Melody James ... Herself - Caitlin's Mother (segment "Classic: Caitlin's Story") (archive footage)
Kristi Johanson ... Herself - Egg Donor (segment "Eggs.com")
Caitlin Parton ... Herself (segment "Classic: Caitlin's Story") (archive footage)
Steve Parton ... Himself - Caitlin's Father (segment "Classic: Caitlin's Story") (archive footage)

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "No Hope for Parole")
Roslyn Rosen ... Herself - National Association of the Deaf (segment "Classic: Caitlin's Story") (archive footage)
Teri Royal ... Herself - Director, Options (segment "Eggs.com")
Laura Sager ... Herself - Families Against Mandatory Minimum Sentences (segment "No Hope for Parole")
Michael Sapala ... Himself - Chief Circuit Court Judge (segment "No Hope for Parole")

Bob Simon ... Himself - Host
Karen Synesiou ... Herself - Egg Donation Inc. (segment "Eggs.com")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")
Andrew Vorzimer ... Himself - Attorney (segment "Eggs.com")
Deloneo Young ... Himself - JeDonna's Son (segment "No Hope for Parole")
JeDonna Young ... Herself - Former Convict (segment "No Hope for Parole")

Season 1, Episode 20: The Commandant/Cirque Du Soleil/Classic: Veronica Guerin

16 June 1999
"The Commandant" examines the case of Vinko Sakic who was indicted for war crimes for his role as head of the Jasenovac concentration camp. "Cirque Du Soleil" profiles the creators of the world famous circus trope. "Classic: Veronica Guerin" revisits and updates a 1997 segment on a crusading journalist who was murdered by Irish drug lords. "Uncommon Sense" looks at Father's Day gifts.
Milan Bulajic ... Himself

Franco Dragone ... Himself
Josip Erlih ... Himself
Chris Finnegan ... Himself (archive footage)
John Gilkey ... Himself
Veronica Guerin ... Herself (archive footage)

Steve Kroft ... Himself
Guy Laliberté ... Himself
Mihaljo Maric ... Himself

Dan Rather ... Himself
Dragan Roller ... Himself
Eli Rosenbaum ... Himself
Dinko Sakic ... Himself

Bob Simon ... Himself
Gilles Ste-Croix ... Himself

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself

Peter Van Sant ... Himself
Boris Verkovsky ... Himself
Paul Williams ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 21: A Question of Homicide/The Shame of Srebrenica/Classic: Joyce Brown Is in Jail

22 June 1999
"A Question of Homicide" examines the drug morphine which is widely accepted as a pain reliever, but can also be very dangerous if it is not administered properly. "The Shame of Srebrenica" repeats a segment on the Srebrenica massacre. "Classic: Joyce Brown Is in Jail" repeats a segment on a woman who may be wrongfully imprisoned. "Uncommon Sense" looks at waiting periods for gun purchases.
Joyce Brown ... Herself (segment "Classic: Joyce Brown is in Jail") (archive footage)
Cindy Coolbaugh ... Herself - Mary Comford's Daughter (segment "A Question of Homicide")
Wim Dijkema ... Himself - Warrant Officer, Dutch Peacekeeper (segment "The Shame of Srebrenica") (archive footage)
Rob Franken ... Himself - Major, Dutch Peacekeeper (segment "The Shame of Srebrenica") (archive footage)
Deborah Harley ... Herself - Runs Hospice (segment "A Question of Homicide")
Graham Jones ... Himself - Board Member, American Academy of Forensic Sciences (segment "A Question of Homicide")
Gert Kremer ... Himself - Colonel, Dutch Peacekeeper (segment "The Shame of Srebrenica") (archive footage)
Ratko Mladic ... Himself - General (segment "The Shame of Srebrenica") (archive footage)
Hasan Nuhanovic ... Himself - Translator (segment "The Shame of Srebrenica") (archive footage)
Ken Ofshe ... Himself - Wholesale Florist (segment "Classic: Joyce Brown is in Jail") (archive footage)

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "A Question of Homicide")
Ronald Reeves ... Himself - Volusia County, Florida, Medical Examiner (segment "A Question of Homicide")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Joyce Brown is in Jail") (archive footage)

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Shame of Srebrenica")
Alvin Smith ... Himself - Director, Halifax Oncology Center (segment "A Question of Homicide")
John Tanner ... Himself - State Attorney (segment "A Question of Homicide")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")

Season 1, Episode 22: Risky Business/Mixed Company/Classic: Honor Thy Children

29 June 1999
"Risky Business" repeats a segment on day trading and offers a brief follow-up. "Mixed Company" looks at the tragedy that took place in a Jacksonville Terrace nursing home after the mentally ill Victor Reyes was housed with the elderly. "Classic: Honor Thy Children" repeats a segment on Vietnamese-America orphans. "Uncommon Sense" looks at the words of Thomas Jefferson.
Linda Carrington ... Herself - Day Trader (segment "Risky Business") (archive footage)
Charles Coburn ... Himself - State Attorney (segment "Mixed Company")
William Galvin ... Himself - Secretary of State, Massachusetts (segment "Risky Business") (archive footage)
Charlie Grojean ... Himself - Bicyclist (segment "Mixed Company")
Harvey Houtkin ... Himself - Electronic Trading Developer (segment "Risky Business") (archive footage)
John Lumpkin ... Himself - Director, Illinois Department of Public Health (segment "Mixed Company")
Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Host
Wendy Meltzer ... Herself - Nursing Home Resident Advocate (segment "Mixed Company")
Darin Michael ... Himself - Certified Nursing Assistant (segment "Mixed Company")
Joe Phillips ... Himself - Father of Kieu My Thi (segment "Classic: Honor Thy Children") (archive footage)
Kieu My Thi Phillips ... Herself (segment "Classic: Honor Thy Children") (archive footage)

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Risky Business")
John Shade ... Himself - Pearl Buck Foundation (segment "Classic: Honor Thy Children") (archive footage)
John Skiersch ... Himself - Day Trader (segment "Risky Business") (archive footage)
Jim Stewart ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Mixed Company")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")
Sandra Tipsword ... Herself - Relative of Gladys Tipsword (segment "Mixed Company")

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Host (segment "Classic: Honor Thy Children") (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 23: Nerd of the Amazon/Family Ties/Classic: Arthur Miller

6 July 1999
"Nerd of the Amazon" repeats a segment profiling Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. "Family Ties" repeats a segment on the Hairston family and offer a brief update. "Classic: Arthur Miller" repeats a segment profiling and interviewing the famous playwright.

Jeff Bezos ... Himself - Founder, Amazon (segment "Nerd of the Amazon") (archive footage)
Everlee Hairston ... Herself - Lobbyist (segment "Family Ties") (archive footage)
Jester Hairston ... Himself - Conductor (segment "Family Ties") (archive footage)
Joe Henry Hairston ... Himself - Veteran (segment "Family Ties") (archive footage)
Peter Hairston ... Himself - Judge (segment "Family Ties") (archive footage)
Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Family Ties")

Karl Malden ... Himself - Actor (segment "Classic: Arthur Miller") (archive footage)

Arthur Miller ... Himself (segment "Classic: Arthur Miller") (archive footage)

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Arthur Miller")

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Nerd of the Amazon")
Bruce Smith ... Himself - Analyst, Jeffries & Company (segment "Nerd of the Amazon") (archive footage)

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Arthur Miller")
Henry Wieneck ... Himself - Historian (segment "Family Ties") (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 24: Body of Evidence/The Minister's Blessing/Classic: Grand Central

13 July 1999
"Body of Evidence" follows a team of FBI investigators into Kosovo where they attempt to collect evidence for war crimes trials. "The Minister's Blessing" repeats a segment and offers a short update on militant anti-abortion activists. "Classic: Grand Central" repeats a segment on Grand Central Station in New York City. "Uncommon Sense" looks at corporate mergers.
Michael Bray ... Himself - Reverend (segment "The Minister's Blessing") (archive footage)
John Brockhoeft ... Himself - Anti-Abortion Activist (segment "The Minister's Blessing") (archive footage)
Dick Dowhower ... Himself - Reverend (segment "The Minister's Blessing") (archive footage)
Art Eberhart ... Himself - FBI Special Agent (segment "Body of Evidence")
Flash Fallon ... Himself - Conductor (segment "Classic: Grand Central") (archive footage)
Val Ginter ... Himself - Tour Guide (segment "Classic: Grand Central") (archive footage)
Flo Hardy ... Herself - Information Assistance (segment "Classic: Grand Central") (archive footage)
Brian Henry ... Himself - Police Captain (segment "Classic: Grand Central") (archive footage)
Nasmi Hoxha ... Himself - Looking for Missing Brother (segment "Body of Evidence")
Frank Liota ... Himself - Police Officer (segment "Classic: Grand Central") (archive footage)
Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Host
Paul Mallot ... Himself - FBI Special Agent (segment "Body of Evidence")
Michael Murphy ... Himself - Stationmaster (segment "Classic: Grand Central") (archive footage)

Scott Pelley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Body of Evidence")

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Minister's Blessing")
Bill Rodriguez ... Himself - FBI Medical Examiner (segment "Body of Evidence")

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Grand Central") (archive footage)
Vicki Saporta ... Herself - Reverend (segment "The Minister's Blessing") (archive footage)
Randall Terry ... Himself - Anti-Abortion Activist (segment "The Minister's Blessing") (archive footage)

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")

Season 1, Episode 25: JFK Jr./The Delinquents/Classic: Nadja

20 July 1999
"JFK Jr." looks at the recent death of John F. Kennedy, Jr. and investigates whether he was a careful pilot or a risk-taker. "The Delinquents" repeats a segment on a group of wild orphan elephants. "Classic: Nadja" repeats a segment profiling violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg. "Uncommon Sense" looks at parking meter fines.
Jim Alden ... Himself - Friend of JFK, Jr. (segment "JFK Jr.")

Christiane Amanpour ... Herself - Friend of JFK, Jr. (segment "JFK Jr.")
Barry Clifford ... Himself - Treasure Hunter (segment "JFK Jr.")
Dorothy Delay ... Herself - Teacher, Juilliard School (segment "Classic: Nadja") (archive footage)
Hym Ebedes ... Himself - Veterinarian (segment "The Delinquents") (archive footage)
Lloyd Howard ... Himself - Flight Instructor (segment "JFK Jr.")

John Kennedy Jr. ... Himself (segment "JFK Jr.") (archive footage)
Jack MacMillan ... Himself - Elephant Trainer (segment "The Delinquents") (archive footage)

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "JFK Jr.")

Charlie Rose ... Himself - Host

Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Nadja") (archive footage)
Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg ... Herself - Violinist (segment "Classic: Nadja") (archive footage)

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Delinquents")

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")
Gus van Dyk ... Himself - Ecologist (segment "The Delinquents") (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 26: Murder Gene/Leading Lady/Classic: Chernobyl

27 July 1999
"Murder Gene" repeats a segment on a father and son serving time on Death Row. "Leading Lady" repeats a profile of Tennessee woman's basketball coach Pat Summitt. "Classic: Chernobyl" repeats a classic segment on the Chernobyl nuclear accident. "Uncommon Sense" looks at big tobacco settlements.
Keith Baverstock ... Himself - Radiation Specialist (segment "Classic: Chernobyl") (archive footage)
Alexander Borovoi ... Himself - Physicist (segment "Classic: Chernobyl") (archive footage)
Robert Gale ... Himself - UCLA Medical School (segment "Classic: Chernobyl") (archive footage)
Darrell Hill ... Himself - Death Row Inmate (segment "Murder Gene") (archive footage)
Chamique Holdsclaw ... Herself - Basketball Player (segment "Leading Lady") (archive footage)

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Chernobyl") (archive footage)
Jeff Landrigan ... Himself - Death Row Inmate (segment "Murder Gene") (archive footage)
Shannon Landrigan ... Herself - Jeff's Sister (segment "Murder Gene") (archive footage)
Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Leading Lady")
Michelle Marciniak ... Herself - Basketball Player (segment "Leading Lady") (archive footage)

Scott Pelley ... Himself - Host
Adrian Raine ... Himself - Researcher, University of Southern California (segment "Murder Gene") (archive footage)

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Murder Gene")
Michelle Snow ... Herself - Basketball Player (segment "Leading Lady") (archive footage)

Pat Summitt ... Herself - Tennessee Women's Basketball Coach (segment "Leading Lady") (archive footage)
R.B. Summitt ... Himself - Pat's Husband (segment "Leading Lady") (archive footage)

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Uncommon Sense")

Season 1, Episode 27: Bonnie/It's Not Unusual/Madonna at 40

27 July 1999
In a special episode dedicated to entertainers, 60 Minutes II repeats three previously broadcast segments profiling singers. "Bonnie" repeats a profile on country singer Bonnie Raitt. "It's Not Unusual" repeats a segment on the re-surging popularity of Tom Jones. "Madonna at 40" repeats a profile of the controversial singer.

Tom Jones ... Himself (segment "It's Not Unusual") (archive footage)
Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "It's Not Unusual")

Madonna ... Herself - (segment "Madonna at 40") (archive footage)

Michael O'Keefe ... Himself - Bonnie's Husband (segment "Bonnie") (archive footage)

Bonnie Raitt ... Herself - Musician (segment "Bonnie") (archive footage)

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Bonnie")

Charlie Rose ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Madonna at 40")
Mark Woodward ... Himself - Son of Tom Jones (segment "It's Not Unusual") (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 28: Reversal of Fortune/Kristofferson/Krasnoyarsk-26 Secret City

3 August 1999

Season 1, Episode 29: Deep Impact/The Golden Boy/Classic: The Forgotten Veterans

10 August 1999

Season 1, Episode 30: Rage/A Classic Cover-Up?/Yankees: The Boss

17 August 1999

Season 1, Episode 31: Hillary/Going to the Dentist/Cirque Du Soleil

31 August 1999

Season 1, Episode 32: Journey Into Madness/Gold Digger/Oprah

7 September 1999

Season 1, Episode 33: The Lost Children/The Lost Children: Update

7 September 1999

Season 1, Episode 34: The Fugitive/The Music Man/Classic: Murder by the Book

14 September 1999


Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: America's Secret War/Wake Up Call/Classic: The Unusual Parents

21 September 1999

Season 2, Episode 2: Killing Time/Teen Idol

28 September 1999

Season 2, Episode 3: The Death of Captain Odum/Express Kidnapping/Classic: One Child's Labor

5 October 1999

Season 2, Episode 4: Hate on Trial/The Decorators/Understanding Suicide

12 October 1999

Season 2, Episode 5: Bombing Vieques/The Colonel/Bill and Kathy Swan

19 October 1999

Season 2, Episode 6: Evil, She Wrote/Soldier of Misfortune/Dance Theatre of Harlem

26 October 1999

Season 2, Episode 7: Smart Gun/Sorry About That/State of Mind

2 November 1999

Season 2, Episode 8: Bill Gates/Tulsa Burning/Classic: The Education of Luis Gutierrez

9 November 1999

Season 2, Episode 9: Tobacco Slaves/The Winner/Classic: Martha Stewart

23 November 1999

Season 2, Episode 10: The Buyer's Bible/The Disappeared/The Mouthpiece

30 November 1999

Season 2, Episode 11: Torture Area 2/Reluctant Star/Classic: Back to My Lai

7 December 1999

Season 2, Episode 12: The New Anarchists/Getting Away with Genocide

14 December 1999

Season 2, Episode 13: Apocalypse/McCain/Home Movies

21 December 1999

Season 2, Episode 14: Countdown to 2000/Krasnoyarsk-26 Secret City

28 December 1999

Season 2, Episode 15: State of Neglect/Rudy/Richard the Lionhearted

4 January 2000

Season 2, Episode 16: Trump/Doris & Dorothy/The Weapon That Failed

11 January 2000

Season 2, Episode 17: Tobacco's Other Secret/A Different Kind of Family/Classic: Itzhak

18 January 2000

Season 2, Episode 18: What Really Happened at Waco?/The Champion/The Children Under the Streets

25 January 2000
"What Really Happened at Waco?" examines the Waco siege and whether the U.S. government was responsible for the deaths of seventy Branch Davidians, "The Champion" profiles tennis player Pete Sampras. "The Children Under the Streets" goes to Mongolia to examine the plight of children who are forced to live in steam tunnels and detention centers. "Uncommon Sense" examines meteorologists.

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "What Really Happened at Waco?")
Michael Caddell ... Himself - Attorney (segment "What Really Happened at Waco?")
Byron Sage ... Himself - Former Agent (segment "What Really Happened at Waco?")
Bill Johnston ... Himself - Assistant U.S. Attorney (segment "What Really Happened at Waco?")
Janet Reno ... Herself - U.S. Attorney General (segment "What Really Happened at Waco?") (archive footage)
Paul Beaver ... Himself - Writer (segment "What Really Happened at Waco?")

Charlie Rose ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Champion")

Pete Sampras ... Himself - Tennis Player (segment "The Champion")

Andre Agassi ... Himself - Tennis Player (segment "The Champion")

John McEnroe ... Himself - Tennis Player (segment "The Champion")
Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "The Children Under the Streets")
Sinda ... Himself - Homeless Mongolian Teenager (segment "The Children Under the Streets")
Christina Noble ... Herself - Founder, Christina Noble Foundation (segment "The Children Under the Streets")
Douglas Gardner ... Himself - U.N. Representative (segment "The Children Under the Streets")
Altanbagne ... Himself - Homeless Mongolian Teenager (segment "The Children Under the Streets")

Scott Pelley ... Himself - Host

Jimmy Tingle ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Uncommon Sense")

Season 2, Episode 19: Reluctant Star/Leading Lady/Classic: Martha Stewart

30 January 2000

Season 2, Episode 20: The Spy Game/Every 26 Seconds/The New Hampshire Primary

1 February 2000

Season 2, Episode 21: The Missiliers/The Ferry Is Coming

8 February 2000

Season 2, Episode 22: Semper Fidelis/.Com Kids/What Price Genius?

15 February 2000

Season 2, Episode 23: Your Doctor's Bonus/Murder in Vacaville/Santana

22 February 2000

Season 2, Episode 24: The HMO War/Too Good for Hollywood/Amy's Story

29 February 2000

Season 2, Episode 25: Murder in the 1st Grade/The Pentagon/Super Tuesday

7 March 2000

Season 2, Episode 26: Mind of the Assassin/Liar, Liar

14 March 2000

Season 2, Episode 27: What Now?/Return to the Wild/Made in Cuba

21 March 2000

Season 2, Episode 28: The Killing Zone/Going to Extremes/Buying Judges?

27 March 2000

Season 2, Episode 29: Married to the Mob/The Savior/Classic: The Nasty Girl

5 April 2000

Season 2, Episode 30: Dead Wrong?/Fantasy Island/Ten Extraordinary Women

11 April 2000

Season 2, Episode 31: Elian's Father/Saving Stephen Heywood/The Reverend Sharpton

18 April 2000

Season 2, Episode 32: Ecstasy/Birth of a Language/Nothing Like the Dame

25 April 2000

Season 2, Episode 33: The First Casualty/The Patriarch

2 May 2000

Season 2, Episode 34: Locked Inside a Nightmare/Jesse Jackson Jr./Noah

9 May 2000

Season 2, Episode 35: The Liar/Mind of the Assassin/Classic: Shirley

16 May 2000

Season 2, Episode 36: Vanished/Miracle Man/Wampum Wonderland

23 May 2000

Season 2, Episode 37: Deep Impact/Catalog of Killers/Reluctant Star

30 May 2000

Season 2, Episode 38: The Buyer's Bible/Bill Gates/State of Mind

6 June 2000

Season 2, Episode 39: Doris & Dorothy/Your Doctor's Bonus/Classic: Martha Stewart

20 June 2000

Season 2, Episode 40: Death by Denial

27 June 2000

Season 2, Episode 41: Sorry About That/The Ferry Is Coming/A Different Kind of Family

4 July 2000

Season 2, Episode 42: Killing Time/Miracle Man/Santana

26 July 2000

Season 2, Episode 43: State of Neglect/.Com Kids/Republican National Covention

1 August 2000

Season 2, Episode 44: Ecstasy/Bombing Vieques/Classic: Shirley

8 August 2000

Season 2, Episode 45: Democratic National Convention/Mind of the Assassin

15 August 2000

Season 2, Episode 46: Wake Up Call/The Delinquents/Teen Idol

22 August 2000

Season 2, Episode 47: Tobacco Slaves/Saving Stephen Heywood/Going to Extremes

29 August 2000

Season 2, Episode 48: America's Secret War/Vanished/The Champion

5 September 2000

Season 2, Episode 49: Hate on Trial/Bush's Guru/Classic: Tina Turner

12 September 2000

Season 2, Episode 50: The First Casualty/Madonna at 40

19 September 2000


Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Hush Money?/Napster/The Black Dog

10 October 2000

Season 3, Episode 2: Murder in Vacaville/Doris & Dorothy/Birth of a Language

17 October 2000

Season 3, Episode 3: The Reckoning/To Be Continued/Dixie Chicks

24 October 2000

Season 3, Episode 4: America's Dream Defense/See How They Run

31 October 2000
Amputees and paraplegics use space-age prostheses to become Super Athletes.

Season 3, Episode 5: Full of Holes/The Execution of Ricky McGinn/Coach Bowden

14 November 2000

Season 3, Episode 6: Hitler's Lake/Lion in Winter

21 November 2000

Season 3, Episode 7: Blood & Oil/Treasure Island/Misha

28 November 2000

Season 3, Episode 8: George W. Bush/Giving Away Billions/Boy Wonder

5 December 2000

Season 3, Episode 9: The Answer to AIDS?/The Celtic Tiger/James Taylor

12 December 2000

Season 3, Episode 10: The 42nd President/The Lion in Winter

19 December 2000

Season 3, Episode 11: America's Dream Defense/Miracle Man

26 December 2000

Season 3, Episode 12: 3 Year Nightmare/The Last Place on Earth/Billy Bob

2 January 2001

Season 3, Episode 13: Nothing to Lose/Let the Games Begin/Classic: Rikers Island

9 January 2001

Season 3, Episode 14: The First Casualty/Seeing Evil/Whale Songs

16 January 2001

Season 3, Episode 15: The Power of Plastic/No Way Out/Dave Matthews Band

23 January 2001

Season 3, Episode 16: The Sniper/Wall Street Prophets/Ridley Scott

30 January 2001

Season 3, Episode 17: Adult Time/Parting the Waters/The Wizard of It

6 February 2001

Season 3, Episode 18: National Security Nightmare/Patton of Pot/Treasure in the Attic

13 February 2001

Season 3, Episode 19: Low Tar Myth/Bono/Car Seats

20 February 2001

Season 3, Episode 20: Qaddafi/Murder Gene/Teen Idol

27 February 2001

Season 3, Episode 21: Heart of Darkness/Rage/War of Words

6 March 2001

Season 3, Episode 22: What Have They Done to Our Food?/No More Babies/Not Your Father's Company

13 March 2001

Season 3, Episode 23: Mad Cow/Jailhouse Scientist/Thr Toughest Indian in the World

20 March 2001

Season 3, Episode 24: Accused/Wake Up Call/Master of the Game

27 March 2001

Season 3, Episode 25: Shock Treatment/Tax Revolt/Who Killed the Whales?

3 April 2001

Season 3, Episode 26: Dope & Glory/Genetic Secrets/Open Seaso

10 April 2001

Season 3, Episode 27: Columbine

17 April 2001

Season 3, Episode 28: The Day Reagan Was Shot/Saving Ryan/The Million Dollar Nose

24 April 2001

Season 3, Episode 29: Memories of a Massacre

1 May 2001

Season 3, Episode 30: Under the Microscope/Killing the Indian/Joe Torre

8 May 2001

Season 3, Episode 31: Every 24 Hours/The Lost Boys/Change of Address

15 May 2001

Season 3, Episode 32: The Fugitive/The Island/Lest We Forget

22 May 2001

Season 3, Episode 33: OKBOMB/The Letter/Kobe

29 May 2001

Season 3, Episode 34: The Missiliers/Boy Wonder/Death by Suffocation

5 June 2001

Season 3, Episode 35: William Pierce, PhD/The Celtic Tiger/James Ellroy

19 June 2001

Season 3, Episode 36: Wall Street Prophets/Call for Help/Swept Away

26 June 2001

Season 3, Episode 37: The First Casualty/See How They Run/Qaddafi

3 July 2001

Season 3, Episode 38: The Power of Plastic/Tulsa Burning/The Last Place on Earth

10 July 2001

Season 3, Episode 39: Dope & Glory/Dixie Chicks/Going to Extremes

11 July 2001

Season 3, Episode 40: Every 26 Seconds/The Toughest Indian in the World/Dave Matthews Band

17 July 2001

Season 3, Episode 41: Sniper/The Delinquents/Classic: Tina Turner

18 July 2001

Season 3, Episode 42: Deep Impact/Patton of Pot/War of Words

1 August 2001

Season 3, Episode 43: What Have They Done to Our Food?/Open Season/It's Not Unusual

8 August 2001

Season 3, Episode 44: Blood & Oil/Antiques Roadshow/Ridley Scott

15 August 2001

Season 3, Episode 45: Miracle Man/National Security Nightmare/Madonna at 40

29 August 2001

Season 3, Episode 46: Ground Zero/Open for Business/Safe Harbor/A New Kind of Terrorist/Prophecies of Terror/The Luckiest Man

17 September 2001


Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Attacking Bin Laden/The Commissioner/Squad 18/The Red Zone/Mountain of Evidence

19 September 2001

Season 4, Episode 2: By the Book/The Recovery/Sacred Ground/In His Own Words

26 September 2001

Season 4, Episode 3: The Millennium Plot/Rescue 1 & Rescue 2/The Hunt for Bin Laden

3 October 2001

Season 4, Episode 4: Most Wanted/The Best Defense/Go Get 'Em/Unveiled

10 October 2001

Season 4, Episode 5: The Anthrax Scare/Out of the Rubble/The Children of September

17 October 2001

Season 4, Episode 6: Is It Safe?/Behind Enemy Lines/Paul McCartney

24 October 2001

Season 4, Episode 7: Early Warning/Under Ground Zero/An American Dream

31 October 2001

Season 4, Episode 8: The Vice President/Air War at Home/Educating the Enemy

14 November 2001

Season 4, Episode 9: Secretary of War/An Eye for an Eye/Band of Brothers

21 November 2001

Season 4, Episode 10: The Miracle of the Pentagon/Kindertransport/Holy Grail

28 November 2001

Season 4, Episode 11: The Conquered Capital/Monster Hunter/The Traitor

5 December 2001

Season 4, Episode 12: Fighting the Taliban/Final Exam/The Sundance Kid/

12 December 2001

Season 4, Episode 13: The Merchants of Mass Destruction/Christmas in New York/American's Choir

19 December 2001

Season 4, Episode 14: The Millennium Plot/The Magnum Photos/An American Dream

26 December 2001

Season 4, Episode 15: Falsely Accused/The Lost Boys

2 January 2002

Season 4, Episode 16: Defending the Games/Cancer Cluster/Classic: A Monkey Named Hellion

9 January 2002

Season 4, Episode 17: Heart of Darkness/The Safest Airline in the World/6th Sense

16 January 2002

Season 4, Episode 18: The Toughest Job in the World/No Vacancy/Frank Gehry

23 January 2002

Season 4, Episode 19: Secretary of War

29 January 2002

Season 4, Episode 20: The Exorcists/Making the Grade/The Countertenor

30 January 2002

Season 4, Episode 21: Mission Impossible/The Second Wave/Classic: The Chunnel

6 February 2002

Season 4, Episode 22: Consumer Reports: The Buyer's Bible/The Black List/Heart to Heart

13 February 2002

Season 4, Episode 23: By the Book/Unconventional Wisdom/Bono

20 February 2002

Season 4, Episode 24: Taken on Faith/The Valley of Death/Yogi-isms

6 March 2002

Season 4, Episode 25: Sheik Gilani/Dead Men Talking/The Wizard

13 March 2002

Season 4, Episode 26: In Cold Blood/Master of Motivation/Broken Promises

20 March 2002

Season 4, Episode 27: The Perfect Spy/Shanghai/The Murder of Officer Bernoskie

27 March 2002

Season 4, Episode 28: Arabs, Get Out/Secretary of State/123 Shots

3 April 2002

Season 4, Episode 29: Yemen/The Tiger Formula/Killing the Indian

10 April 2002

Season 4, Episode 30: Rollover/Hope Meadows/Secrets of the Code

17 April 2002

Season 4, Episode 31: Shadow Warriors/Classic: Pavarotti/Frozen in Time

1 May 2002

Season 4, Episode 32: Could It Have Been Stopped?/Diamond Rush/Michael Schumacher

8 May 2002

Season 4, Episode 33: To Stop a Massacre/The Slave Trade/What Killed Brian Lykins?

15 May 2002

Season 4, Episode 34: Wall Street Prophets/Strong Medicine/Secret Weapon

29 May 2002

Season 4, Episode 35: Holy Grail/The Lawyer & the Biker/Whose Chemical Weapons?

5 June 2002

Season 4, Episode 36: The Church on Trial

12 June 2002

Season 4, Episode 37: National Security Meltdown/The Philadelphia Plan/The Countertenor

19 June 2002

Season 4, Episode 38: Falsely Accused/Saving Ryan/9 Day Wonder

26 June 2002

Season 4, Episode 39: No Vacancy/Hitler's Lake

3 July 2002

Season 4, Episode 40: America's Dream Defense/A Nation Divided/An American Dream

10 July 2002

Season 4, Episode 41: In Cold Blood/The Shame of Srebrenica/The Sundance Kid

17 July 2002

Season 4, Episode 42: Under the Microscope/Classic: A Monkey Named Hellion/Monster Hunter

24 July 2002

Season 4, Episode 43: Taken on Faith/Secrets of the Code/The Tiger Formula

31 July 2002

Season 4, Episode 44: Dead Men Talking/6th Sense/Shanghai

14 August 2002

Season 4, Episode 45: The Safest Airline in the World/Diamond Rush/James Taylor

21 August 2002

Season 4, Episode 46: The Big Lie/Rollover/Ladder 3

4 September 2002

Season 4, Episode 47: Dixie Chicks/Teen Idol/Santana

6 September 2002

Season 4, Episode 48: September 11th: The President's Story

11 September 2002


Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Secret Lies/The Director/The Reagans

25 September 2002

Season 5, Episode 2: In the Crosshairs/The Two Mobs/The Rolling Stones

2 October 2002

Season 5, Episode 3: Sniper/The Plot/Faith Hill

9 October 2002

Season 5, Episode 4: JetBlue/We've Got the Nerve/A Question of Justice

16 October 2002

Season 5, Episode 5: A Sniper's Mind/Lights, Camera, Revolution/The Blind Boys

23 October 2002

Season 5, Episode 6: 3 Strikes/eBay/The Superheroes

30 October 2002

Season 5, Episode 7: Rigging the Market/Dean Kamen and His Amazing Machines

13 November 2002


Scott Pelley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Rigging the Market")

Season 5, Episode 8: Too Close to the Fire/Roc-a-fella of Rap/The Hidden Clue

20 November 2002

Season 5, Episode 9: The Sacrifice/The 10th Wife/The Master of Menace

4 December 2002

Season 5, Episode 10: The Most Dangerous Vaccine/Tearing Down Cabrini-Green/Tony Hawk

11 December 2002

Season 5, Episode 11: Sex, Lies & Videogames/Baptism of Fire/Nigella Bites

18 December 2002

Season 5, Episode 12: The Lost Boys/The Rolling Stones

1 January 2003

Season 5, Episode 13: The Predator/The Line/George Clooney

8 January 2003

Season 5, Episode 14: Breaking the Silence/Hush Money/The Greatest Singer You've Never Heard Of

15 January 2003

Season 5, Episode 15: The Streets of Baghdad/Outbreak/Sir Maurice Micklewhite

22 January 2003

Season 5, Episode 16: Life/The Dark Side of Lariam/Regina Carter

29 January 2003

Season 5, Episode 17: The Case Against Saddam/Saddam/Ted Turner/Diagnosis: Murder

5 February 2003

Season 5, Episode 18: Made in the USA/Swimming to Antarctica/Suicide Tourists

12 February 2003

Season 5, Episode 19: Behind Enemy Lines/Pitching Prozac/Renee Zellweger

19 February 2003

Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Pitching Prozac")

Season 5, Episode 20: Saddam

26 February 2003

Season 5, Episode 21: Up in Flames/Bravo Company/The Mastermind

5 March 2003

Season 5, Episode 22: The Last Line of Defense/Friendly Fire/The Hunger Hormone

12 March 2003

Season 5, Episode 23: Iraq War Update/Fox Company/The Man in the Shadows/Most Wanted

26 March 2003

Season 5, Episode 24: America at War/First Contact/The New Iraq/The Billion Dollar Bet

2 April 2003

Season 5, Episode 25: The Fall of Saddam/Saddam's Final Hours

9 April 2003

Season 5, Episode 26: The Next Battle for Baghdad/The Cockpit/Being John Malkovich

16 April 2003

Season 5, Episode 27: The Death of LCpl Gutierrez/The King/Truth Serum/Kirk

23 April 2003

Season 5, Episode 28: Off the Hook/Robbing the Cradle/Classic: Judge Judith Sheindlin

30 April 2003

Season 5, Episode 29: Killing Time/The Deadliest Weapon Ever/Classmates.Com

7 May 2003

Season 5, Episode 30: Apache Down

14 May 2003

Season 5, Episode 31: Foolproof?/The Bomber Next Door/Lightning in a Bottle

28 May 2003

Season 5, Episode 32: The Reagans/Too Close to the Fire/One Heck of a Show

4 June 2003

Season 5, Episode 33: eBay/Heroin Town/Ted Turner

11 June 2003


Charlie Rose ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "eBay")

Season 5, Episode 34: JetBlue/Lights, Camera, Revolution/The Master of Menace

18 June 2003

Season 5, Episode 35: Up in Flames/The Superheroes/Secret Lives

25 June 2003

Season 5, Episode 36: Saving Ryan/America's Poet/Classic: The Forgotten Veterans

2 July 2003

Season 5, Episode 37: A Diet of Lead/3 Strikes/Yogi-isms

9 July 2003

Season 5, Episode 38: The Traitor/Breaking the Silence/Nigella Bites

16 July 2003

Season 5, Episode 39: Suicide Tourists/Tearing Down Cabrini-Green/The Greatest Singer You've Never Heard Of

23 July 2003

Season 5, Episode 40: A Mother's Story/The Two Mobs/George Clooney

30 July 2003

Season 5, Episode 41: Off the Hook/Sex, Lies & Videogames/The Blind Boys

6 August 2003

Season 5, Episode 42: The Hunger Hormone/The Billion Dollar Bet/Roc-a-fella of Rap

13 August 2003

Season 5, Episode 43: The Death of LCpl Gutierrez/Classmates.Com/A Beautiful Note

20 August 2003

Season 5, Episode 44: The Line/Dean Kamen and His Amazing Machines

27 August 2003

Season 5, Episode 45: September 11th: The President's Story (II)

10 September 2003

Season 5, Episode 46: Apache Down/Swimming to Antarctica

17 September 2003


Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Hunting Saddam/Guantanamo/Ol'Blue Eyes Is Back

24 September 2003

Season 6, Episode 2: War & Peace/Its Good to Be Sting

1 October 2003

Season 6, Episode 3: The Forgotten Hostages/En Garde

8 October 2003

Season 6, Episode 4: The Man Who Knew/The People's Chef/Lightning in a Bottle

15 October 2003

Season 6, Episode 5: Dr. Dean/Dyslexia/Friend and Foe

22 October 2003
Exclusive interview with Iraqi Shiite insurgency leader Muqtada al-Sadr, who explained the roots of his hatred of America, eight months before his Mahdi Army launched their bloody April 2004 insurgency.

Season 6, Episode 6: Suicide of a 12-Year-Old/Be Good, Smile Pretty/Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue

29 October 2003


Toby Keith ... Himself - Singer (segment "Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue")

Season 6, Episode 7: Starving/Burned in the Past/Reviving the Dead

12 November 2003

Season 6, Episode 8: Growth Industry/General Clark/Dennis the Menace

19 November 2003

Season 6, Episode 9: Heart Attack Gene/Sean Penn/The Long Road Home

3 December 2003

Season 6, Episode 10: Clean Rooms/Excited Delirium/Classic: Judge Judith Sheindlin

10 December 2003

Season 6, Episode 11: Saddam's Last Stand/Essie Mae/Spreading Good Cheer

17 December 2003

Season 6, Episode 12: The Blind Boys/An American Dream/America's Choir

24 December 2003

Season 6, Episode 13: Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue/It's Good to Be Sting/Ol' Blue Eyes Is Back

31 December 2003

Season 6, Episode 14: The Texas Miracle/Robert Duvall/A Very Special Brain

7 January 2004

Season 6, Episode 15: Virus Hunters/His Year in Hell/Larry David

21 January 2004

Season 6, Episode 16: The World's Greatest Fakes/NFL Films Inc./Clint Eastwood

28 January 2004

Season 6, Episode 17: Ambush at Goose Creek/The Man Who Knew/Larry King

4 February 2004

Season 6, Episode 18: The Mind of a Serial Killer/The Front Line/Phat Cat

11 February 2004


Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent

Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent

Russell Simmons ... Himself

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent

Season 6, Episode 19: Mutual Fraud/Hussein Home/Full House

18 February 2004
Investigation into the 2004 U.S. mutual fund scandal, which was exposed by Noreen Harrington, a Wall Street insider.

Season 6, Episode 20: Garden of Eden/The Most Competitive Man in the World/Mind and Muscle

25 February 2004

Season 6, Episode 21: The Kid Next Door/Mizrahi/3 Soldiers

3 March 2004

Season 6, Episode 22: Marry Me!/The New Qaddafi/Martha Stewart

10 March 2004

Season 6, Episode 23: Are the Trains Safe/AWOL from Iraq/Change of Heart

31 March 2004

Season 6, Episode 24: Juror No. 4/The Boy Next Door

7 April 2004

Season 6, Episode 25: Choose the Sex of Your Baby/The Interrogator/The Greatest Story Ever Sold

14 April 2004

Season 6, Episode 26: Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy/A Fighting Chance/The Unicorns of Shangri-La

21 April 2004


Vitali Klitschko ... Himself

Wladimir Klitschko ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 27: Court Martial in Iraq/Love in the 21st Century/The Virus Hunters

28 April 2004

Season 6, Episode 28: Abuse at Abu Ghraib/All in the Family/Love and War/Starving

5 May 2004

Season 6, Episode 29: Camp Bucca, Iraq/The Pictures/The Strings of Soweto/Made in the USA

12 May 2004

Season 6, Episode 30: The Green Berets/Matthew Broderick/Leave No One Behind

19 May 2004

Season 6, Episode 31: Vanished/King of Kings/AWOL from Iraq

2 June 2004

Season 6, Episode 32: O'Connor on Reagan/Reagan's Biographer

9 June 2004

Season 6, Episode 33: Active Duty: No Way Out/Tony Hawk Takes Off/Be Good, Smile Pretty

16 June 2004

Season 6, Episode 34: Dying on Life Support: Is It Fair?/Camp Delta: Guantanamo Bay/Dennis the Menace

23 June 2004

Season 6, Episode 35: The Long Road Home from Iraq/Buried in the Past/Dennis Hopper: The Ride Back

30 June 2004

Season 6, Episode 36: Sean Penn: Just the Beginning/Mutual Fraud/En Garde

7 July 2004

Season 6, Episode 37: Martha Stewart: Past and Present/The Fattest Americans/Reviving the Dead

14 July 2004

Season 6, Episode 38: Mizrahi/The Kid Next Door/Essie Mae

21 July 2004

Season 6, Episode 39: 3 Soldiers/A Very Special Brain/Greyston Bakery

28 July 2004

Season 6, Episode 40: Full House/The People's Chef/Clint Eastwood

4 August 2004

Season 6, Episode 41: Choose the Sex of Your Baby/Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm/Tiger Formula

11 August 2004

Season 6, Episode 42: Love in the 21st Century/Mind and Muscle/Larry King

18 August 2004

Season 6, Episode 43: The Texas Miracle/NFL Films Inc./Love and War

25 August 2004

Season 6, Episode 44: For the Record/Growth Industry/Robert Duvall

8 September 2004
"For the Record" investigates President Bush's service record with the Texas Air National Guard. "Growth Industry" rebroadcasts a segment on how human growth hormones can be used to increase the height of young people. "Robert Duvall" rebroadcasts an interview with the actor. "Steve Hartman" goes to the Grand Canyon with his father.

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "For the Record")
Ben Barnes ... Himself - Former Texas House Speaker (segment "For the Record")

Dan Bartlett ... Himself - White House Communication Director (segment "For the Record")
John Roberts ... Himself - CBS White House Correspondent (segment "For the Record")
Robert Strong ... Himself - Friend of Col. Jerry Killian (segment "For the Record")
Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Growth Industry")
Michael Finley ... Himself - Human Growth Hormone User (segment "Growth Industry") (archive footage)
Micki Finley ... Herself - Michael's Mother (segment "Growth Industry") (archive footage)
Lee Finley ... Himself - Michael's Father (segment "Growth Industry") (archive footage)
Cindy Finley ... Herself - Michael's Sister (segment "Growth Industry") (archive footage)
Will Finley ... Himself - Michael's Brother (segment "Growth Industry") (archive footage)
Dana Hardin ... Herself - Pediatric Endocrinologist (segment "Growth Industry") (archive footage)
Glenn Braunstein ... Himself - Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (segment "Growth Industry") (archive footage)
Arthur Caplan ... Himself - Bioethicist (segment "Growth Industry") (archive footage)
Stephen Thompson ... Himself - Human Growth Hormone User (segment "Growth Industry") (archive footage)

Charlie Rose ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Robert Duvall")

Robert Duvall ... Himself - Actor (segment "Robert Duvall") (archive footage)

Luciana Pedraza ... Herself - Robert's Girlfriend (segment "Robert Duvall") (archive footage)
Steve Hartman ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Steve Hartman")
George Hartman ... Himself - Steve's Father (segment "Steve Hartman")

Season 6, Episode 45: For the Record (II)/Matthew Broderick/Holy Warrior

15 September 2004


Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: The Professor/When Jerry Met Mary/Like Father, Like Son/Desperate Journey

29 September 2004

Season 7, Episode 2: Life in Baghdad/Jimmy Buffett/The Debate/Saved from Senility

6 October 2004
"Life in Baghdad" talks to two Iraqi families to see what it is like to live in a city under war. "Jimmy Buffett" interviews the popular singer and songwriter. "The Debate" looks at how voters have responded to the recent vice presidential debate. "Saved from Senility" looks at the neurological condition normal pressure hydrocephalus. "Steve Hartman" talks about common household threats.

Scott Pelley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Life in Baghdad")
Marwa ... Herself - Iraqi Woman (segment "Life in Baghdad")
Sami ... Himself - Marwa's Father (segment "Life in Baghdad")
Haifa ... Herself - Iraqi American (segment "Life in Baghdad")
Ahmed ... Himself - Mohammad's Nephew (segment "Life in Baghdad")

Steve Kroft ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Jimmy Buffett")

Jimmy Buffett ... Himself - Musician (segment "Jimmy Buffett")

Charlie Rose ... Himself - Host
Anthony Mason ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Debate")
Gene Faber ... Himself - Uncommitted Voter (segment "The Debate")
Kathy Frankovic ... Herself - CBS Director of Surveys (segment "The Debate")

John Edwards ... Himself - Senator, North Carolina (segment "The Debate")
Dick Cheney ... Himself
Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Saved from Senility")
Bob Fowler ... Himself - NPH Sufferer (segment "Saved from Senility")
Milt Newman ... Himself - NPH Sufferer (segment "Saved from Senility")
Phyllis Newman ... Herself - Milt's Wife (segment "Saved from Senility")
Harold Rekate ... Himself - Neurosurgeon (segment "Saved from Senility")
Gail Rosseau ... Herself - Neurosurgeon (segment "Saved from Senility")
Steve Hartman ... Himself - Commentator (segment "Steve Hartman")

Season 7, Episode 3: On the Run/The Guys from South Park/The State vs. James Hamm/Come, Blow Your Horn

13 October 2004

Season 7, Episode 4: The Vaccine Question/Dave Chappelle/Kevin Mitnick Cyberthief/Women and Children

20 October 2004

Season 7, Episode 5: Counting the Vote/In a Class by Itself/A Hole in His Head

27 October 2004

Season 7, Episode 6: The Winner Is/I am a U.S. Soldier/Car Talk/Counting the Vote

3 November 2004

Season 7, Episode 7: No Books, No Tests, No Kidding!/Healing the Wounded/Jamie Foxx/Pixar

10 November 2004

Season 7, Episode 8: Cover Girl/Last Man Out/Alicia Keys/The Look

24 November 2004

Season 7, Episode 9: The Deserters/Christian Rock/Kevin Spacey/Bernie Kerik

8 December 2004


Morley Safer ... Himself - Correspondent

Ed Bradley ... Himself - Correspondent
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent
Tai Anderson ... Himself
Brad Avery ... Himself
David Carr ... Himself
Mark Lee ... Himself
Mac Powell ... Himself
Third Day ... Themselves

Mike Wallace ... Himself - Correspondent

Season 7, Episode 10: Radioactive/Born to Buy?/Kevin Bacon

15 December 2004

Season 7, Episode 11: Hidden Battles/Pint-Sized Pavarottis/Too Tough?/Dave Chappelle

29 December 2004


Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent

Neal Brennan ... Himself

Dave Chappelle ... Himself

Jennifer Lee ... Herself

Season 7, Episode 12: Tsunami/Cashing In/Raw Profits

5 January 2005
Dan Rather reports from Asia about the effort to provide relief to those affected by the December 26 tsunami.
Bo Beeman ... Himself - Lieutenant, Saberhawks
Robert R. Blackman Jr. ... Himself - General
Michael Bock ... Himself - USAID
Frank Michael ... Himself - Commander, Saberhawks

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent
Jerry Schwartz ... Himself - Chief Petty Officer, Saberhawks

Season 7, Episode 13: James Shortt, MD/Beatrice's Goat/Big Voice

12 January 2005
With the help of a goat from Heifer International, a young Uganda girl manages to make it to American and get a scholarship into a prestigious prep school in New England.
Beatrice Biira ... Herself

Bob Simon ... Himself - Correspondent

Season 7, Episode 14: Orphans/The New World/Recomposer of the Decomposed

19 January 2005

Season 7, Episode 15: Triangle of Death/Decision to Die/Johnny Carson

26 January 2005

Season 7, Episode 16: The Nuclear Front/Amazon Treasure/The Marvel-ous Stan Lee

2 February 2005

Season 7, Episode 17: Sitting on a Fortune/Searching for Mark/Comeback of the Year/Queen Latifah

9 February 2005


Jack White ... Himself

Season 7, Episode 18: Juiced/He Blames the FDA/Being Annette

16 February 2005


Warren Beatty ... Himself

Annette Bening ... Herself
Howard Bryant ... Himself

Jose Canseco ... Himself
Steve Hartman ... Himself
Knight Landesman ... Himself

Tony LaRussa ... Himself

Barry Levinson ... Himself

Season 7, Episode 19: Marla/Basic Training/Jesse James Rides Again

23 February 2005

Season 7, Episode 20: Epidemic in the Heartland/Who's Your Momma?/Hilary Swank

2 March 2005
The report follows a flock on endangered whooping cranes for a year on their first migration south.

Season 7, Episode 21: Steroids and the NFL/Mr. & Mrs. Jack Welch

30 March 2005

Season 7, Episode 22: Fatal Rescue/An Unimaginable Crime/Sin City

13 April 2005

Season 7, Episode 23: American Identities for Sale/Denzel/Poker Face

20 April 2005

Season 7, Episode 24: Soldiers of Fortune/Going Uphill/A Good Time for Silly

27 April 2005

Season 7, Episode 25: 400%/Disaster at 525 Feet/Godfather of the Sopranos

18 May 2005

Season 7, Episode 26: Murder Most Foul/Rickniks/How'd He Do That?

25 May 2005

Season 7, Episode 27: Battle Damage/Schoolhouse/Honky Tonk Hero

1 June 2005

Season 7, Episode 28: Gottes Wille/Locked Up/McYoga

8 June 2005
Report on medical disorders plaguing the Amish, which stem from the founder effect. The Amish are allowing mainstream doctors to study their conditions, in hopes of helping both sick Amish children, as well as potentially learning about more common neurological disorders.

Season 7, Episode 29: No Books, No Tests, No Kidding!/On the Run/Sound of Music

15 June 2005

Season 7, Episode 30: James Shortt, MD/The Chef's Chef/Two Hands

22 June 2005

Season 7, Episode 31: Call of Duty/Endless Vacation/Piney Woods/Songs of Love

29 June 2005

Season 7, Episode 32: Ken Lay/Going Uphill/Cracking Open Your Wallet

8 July 2005

Season 7, Episode 33: Marla/His Year in Hell/South Kent Cardinals/Telemarketing Calls

15 July 2005
"Marla" profiles a controversial four-year-old artist. "His Year in Hell" examines the case of Maher Arar a Canadian citizen who was sent to Syria to be tortured because he was believed to be a terrorist. "South Kent Cardinals" looks at the revitalization of a prep school through basketball. "Telemarketing Calls" features Steve Hartman examining telemarketers.
Maher Arar ... Himself - Accused Terrorist (segment "His Year in Hell")
Anthony Brunelli ... Himself - Painter (segment "Marla")
Raphael Chillious ... Himself - Coach (segment "South Kent Cardinals")
Trip Darren ... Himself - Director of Admissions (segment "South Kent Cardinals")
Chester Frankfeldt ... Himself - Telemarketer (segment "Telemarketing Calls")
Steve Hartman ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Telemarketing Calls")
Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "His Year in Hell")
Monia Mazigh ... Herself - Maher's Wife (segment "His Year in Hell")
Jermaine Middleton ... Himself - Basketball Player (segment "South Kent Cardinals")
Cheyenne Moore ... Himself - Basketball Player (segment "South Kent Cardinals")
Tony Morone ... Himself - Student (segment "South Kent Cardinals")
Imad Moustapha ... Himself - Syrian Ambassador (segment "His Year in Hell")
Laura Olmstead ... Herself - Marla's Mother (segment "Marla")
Mark Olmstead ... Himself - Marla's Father (segment "Marla")
Marla Olmstead ... Herself - Artist (segment "Marla")
Henry Garfield Pardy ... Himself - Canadian Diplomat (segment "His Year in Hell") (as Gar Pardy)

Scott Pelley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "South Kent Cardinals")

Charlie Rose ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Marla")
Andy Vadnais ... Himself - Headmaster (segment "South Kent Cardinals")
Ellen Winner ... Herself - Psychologist (segment "Marla")
Dorell Wright ... Himself - Basketball Player (segment "South Kent Cardinals")

Season 7, Episode 34: The Boys Next Door/Whoosh/Ventriloquist Convention/What Makes Art, Art?

22 July 2005
"The Boys Next Door" looks at the case of two 12-year-old boys who are accused of killing their playmate. "Whoosh" looks at the dangerous sport of speed skiing. "Ventriloquist Convention" features Candice Bergen visiting a convention of ventriloquists. "What Makes Art, Art?" looks at conceptual art.

Candice Bergen ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Ventriloquist Convention")
Charles Bienz ... Himself - Scientist (segment "Whoosh")

Jeff Dunham ... Himself - Ventriloquist (segment "Ventriloquist Convention")
Jake Eakin ... Himself - Accused Murder (segment "The Boys Next Door")
Harry Egger ... Himself - Speed Skier (segment "Whoosh")
Jeff Hamilton ... Himself - Speed Skier (segment "Whoosh")
Steve Hartman ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "What Makes Art, Art?")
Eric Johnson ... Himself - Forensic Psychologist (segment "The Boys Next Door")
Tom Ladshaw ... Himself - Collector (segment "Ventriloquist Convention")
Knight Landesman ... Himself - Publisher (segment "What Makes Art, Art?")
Vicki Mabrey ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "The Boys Next Door")
Jimmy Nelson ... Himself - Ventriloquist (segment "Ventriloquist Convention")
Ed Owens ... Himself - Prosecutor (segment "The Boys Next Door")
Holly Parent ... Herself - Evan's Mother (segment "The Boys Next Door")

Scott Pelley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Whoosh")

Dan Rather ... Himself - Host

Charlie Rose ... Himself - Host
Evan Savoie ... Himself - Accused Murder (segment "The Boys Next Door")
Lisa Sorger ... Herself - Craig's Mother (segment "The Boys Next Door")
Tammy Vickery ... Herself - Jake's Mother (segment "The Boys Next Door")
Mark Wade ... Himself - Ventriloquist (segment "Ventriloquist Convention")

Season 7, Episode 35: Stressed Cells/AARP/Camille/The Awful Truth

26 August 2005
"Stressed Cells" examines the impact of stress on our DNA and how it can hasten the aging process. "AARP" looks at the influence of the organization on government policy. "Camille" revisits a coupe who adopted fifteen seriously ill children. "The Awful Truth" looks at brutal double murder of Julie Godwin and Elizabeth Ober in South Africa.
Eileen Attridge ... Herself - Experimental Subject (segment "Stressed Cells")
Elizabeth Blackburn ... Herself - Cellular Biologist, University of California at San Francisco (segment "Stressed Cells")
Elissa Epel ... Hersekf - Psychiatry, University of California at San Francisco (segment "Stressed Cells")
Camille Geraldi ... Herself (segment "Camille")
Mike Geraldi ... Himself (segment "Camille")
Tim Godwin ... Himself - Father (segment "The Awful Truth")
Mang Lakwazi ... Himself - Politce Officer (segment "The Awful Truth")
Annie Larson ... Herself - Experimental Subject (segment "Stressed Cells")

Lara Logan ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "The Awful Truth")(segment "The Awful Truth")
Bill Novelli ... Himself - AARP (segment "AARP")

Scott Pelley ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Stressed Cells")

Dan Rather ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "AARP")
Elias Naom Sibiya ... Himself - Confessed Murderer (segment "The Awful Truth")
Lesley Stahl ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Camille")
Gene Trester ... Himself - Genetic Disease Sufferer (segment "Stressed Cells")

Season 7, Episode 36: Katrina/Great Expectations/Shadow Divers

2 September 2005
"Katrina" takes a look at the destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina. "Great Expectations" follows an unusual experiment where a problem student is given a second chance in a boarding school. "Shadow Divers" interviews two deep-sea divers who explored a WWII German submarine off the coast of New Jersey.
Ryan Bell ... Himself - Student (segment "Great Expectations")

Mika Brzezinski ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Shadow Divers")
Frederick Cerise ... Himself - Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (segment "Katrina")
John Chatterton ... Himself - Diver (segment "Shadow Divers")
Lee Cowan ... Himself - Reporter (segment "Katrina")
Leo Maidlow Davis ... Himself - Headmaster, Downside Academy (segment "Great Expectations") (as Father Leo Maidlow Davis)
Kieren Hall ... Himself - Ryan's Friend (segment "Great Expectations")
Bob Isakson ... Himself - Disaster Response Expert (segment "Katrina")
Richard Kohler ... Himself - Diver (segment "Shadow Divers")

Lara Logan ... Herself - Correspondent (segment "Great Expectations")

Dan Rather ... Himself - Host
John Roberts ... Himself - Reporter (segment "Katrina")

Harry Smith ... Himself - Correspondent (segment "Katrina")
Anthony Such ... Himself - Former Headmaster, Downside Academy (segment "Great Expectations") (as Father Anthony Such)

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