Today on Marie
Scott Baio rocks around the clock with Marie, traveling back in time to reminisce about his "Happy Days" years with Henry Winkler, Ron Howard, and creator Garry Marshall. He talks about how Marshall discovered him as a child actor in gangster movie "Bugsy Malone" and flew him out to California to cast him in the hit sitcom. Scott is back in familiar territory now filming his new series "See Dad Run
" on the very same soundstage as "Happy Days" was shot decades ago. Marshall is even set to make an appearance in a secretive role. Scott is also loving his role as real-life dad to 5-year-old daughter Bailey.
Find out how Garry Marshall discovered Scott's talent as a young lad>>
To learn about the Bailey Baio Angel Foundation for kids with metabolic disorders, go to www.baileybaioangelfoundation.com
Watch Scott star as a famous actor adjusting to stay-at-home dad status on Nick at Nite's "See Dad Run."
Travel expert Laura McKenzie shares some travel essentials to pack for your next road trip. She says road tripping is the most cost effective mode of travel for families and is a great way to see America coast-to-coast. Before even leaving your driveway, make sure your car is in good condition by giving it a "fog bath." Also, create a checklist to make sure you have all the necessary items to keep you safe and comfortable during your long trek, including a cell or satellite phone, car charger, first-aid kit, and bungee cords.
Find out what other specific products Laura suggests you bring along>>
Author Niurka teaches self-empowerment through positive thought and changing language. In her book, "Supreme Influence: Change Your Life with the Power of the Language You Use," she talks about re-programming the way we think to have a more positive outlook on even the grimmest of situations.
For more with Niurka and to get a copy of her book, visit www.niurkainc.com