Flashback host Carey Fisher gets the story from Susan Olsen, who of course played the ever-lovable Cindy Brady on The Brady Bunch. Susan will chat about her work with Precious Paws, an animal sanctuary that promotes the importance of responsible pet ownership.
The Bottom Line Sports Show’s Gerald Brown and Jonathan Foy hang with former NBA shooting guard Kareem Rush, who played with the Lakers, Pacers and 76ers. Plus: Orestes Destrade, former host of XM Radio’s Baseball This Morning, who now serves as a ESPN commentator.
Tomorrow Will Be Televised host Simon Applebaum welcomes The Sopranos executive producer Terence Winter, who more recently created HBO’s Boardwalk Empire—the critically-acclaimed series directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Steve Buscemi.
Erick Erickson, managing editor of Redstate.com—America’s largest online community of conservative activists—drops in to discuss his new book, Red State Uprising: How to Take Back America with Aacons. The CNN contributor will also weigh in on recent news events at the network.
Book Club Girl welcomes Susan Henderson, who’ll chat about her debut novel, Up from the Blue, about a pregnant woman whose husband is overseas, so must reunite with her estranged dad. The Columbus Dispatch has hailed the story’s “surprising moments of joy.”
The Marathon Show’s Joseph Taricani gets busy with former NFL running back Roger Craig, who won 3 Super Bowls while playing with the 49ers with Joe Montana and Jerry Rice, before going on to play for the Raiders and Vikings. Roger will discuss his shift into marathon running.