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Risky Business/Leading Lady/Classic: Oprah 

"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 ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
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")
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "Risky Business")
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Himself - Host
John Skiersch ...
Himself - Day Trader (segment "Risky Business")
Michelle Snow ...
Herself - Basketball Player (segment "Leading Lady")
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Herself - Tennessee Women's Basketball Coach (segment "Leading Lady")
R.B. Summitt ...
Himself - Pat's Husband (segment "Leading Lady")
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Himself (segment "Uncommon Sense")
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "Classic: Oprah")
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Herself (segment "Classic: Oprah")
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"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. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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17 March 1999 (USA)  »

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