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Catherine Bach
From "The Dukes of Hazzard," actress Catherine Bach reveals the history behind her famous Daisy Duke shorts. Plus, Catherine tells of when fellow restaurant patrons overheard her explaining a crazy plot line from "The Young and the Restless," mistaking it for her real life! Catherine also talks about her work to provide free medical care to underprivileged children in Los Angeles. And later, Catherine speaks candidly about her struggle to cope with her husband's suicide and also shows Marie how to make vegetable lasagna!

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You can follow Catherine on Twitter @_catherinebach. To get more information on COACH for Kids, please visit www.cedars-sinai.edu. And, tune in to "The Young and the Restless," weekdays on CBS.

 
Stacy Cox
Beauty expert Stacy Cox helps you channel Benjamin Button by reversing the aging process with a slew of age-defying beauty products to keep your skin looking youthful.







Learn how to turn back time>>

For more with Stacy Cox, go to www.pamperedpeople.com.

 
Brian Dietzen
Nearly a decade after being hired as a one-day guest star on "NCIS," actor Brian Dietzen excitedly talks about his promotion to series regular. Off set, Brian is a hands-on dad to his two young kids and happily married to his high school sweetheart. He also has a charitable side, dedicating time to Children's Hospital Los Angeles. Congratulations are in order for Brian, who, along with three friends, wrote the film "Congratulations."

Find out what to expect from the new season of "NCIS">>

"Congratulations" will be released via Video on Demand on iTunes and Amazon on July 30. And, make sure to watch the season premiere of "NCIS" on Tuesday, September 24 at 8/7c on CBS.


 

 

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