Host William Shatner has a personal conversation with radio personality Rush Limbaugh. Shatner talks to Limbaugh about his family background, his influences and why he enjoys being a political pundit. Limbaugh talks about his hearing loss and previous addiction to prescription painkillers.
Host William Shatner and television personality Regis Philbin sit down to discuss raw topics. Shatner delves into to Philbin's upbringing and relationship with his little brother. Regis discusses his early doubts about his own talent and how he first broke into being a talk show host.
In an exclusive interview, host William Shatner has a one-on-one discussion with Henry Winkler, the actor who portrayed the cultural icon--"The Fonz". Winkler reflects on his relationships with fellow Happy Days cast members; his wife's cancer; and his lifelong fight with dyslexia. Winkler also discusses his parenting philosophies and his successful career as an author of children's books.
Host William Shatner has an intimate discussion with actor and talk show host Tony Danza. Shatner explores Danza's upbringing on the tough streets of Brooklyn, the skiing accident which nearly killed him and his insights on growing older. Danza also discusses his upcoming new reality show in which he returns to his old neighborhood and teaches school.
Host William Shatner and actor/comedian Jason Alexander sit down for a one-on-one conversation. Shatner talks to Alexander about growing up being bullied and how he overcame it. Alexander also opens up about the struggles he and his wife had with infertility and the fortuitous results that ensued.
Host William Shatner has an intimate conversation with the controversial publisher Larry Flynt. Shatner talks to Flynt about growing up poor in Kentucky and how Hustler magazine came to be. Flynt discusses his brief conversion to Christianity, his true love for his wife Althea and how her death affected him.
Host William Shatner sits down with Grammy Award-winning artist Weird Al Yankovic. Shatner talks to Weird Al about his early days as a DJ on college radio and his turnabout from architecture student to parodying famous hits. Yankovic discusses the tragic death of his parents, his concerns about the environment and the oddities of being in the music industry.
Psychic/medium John Edward gets in-depth with host William Shatner about how he communicates with the other side. Edwards opens up about his upbringing and his relationship with his father. Shatner learns about Edward's touching relationship with his sons.
Host William Shatner and musician/real-life TV-star Gene Simmons sit down for a one-on-one conversation. Shatner talks to Simmons about being born in Israel, moving to America and his father leaving at an early age. Simmons tells Shatner about his musical influences, the origins of KISS and being happily "un-married.