Continuing his one-week visit on Home & Family, Regis is joined in the interview by his longtime friend, executive producer Michael Gelman via FaceTime. The two take a trip down memory lane and talk about some of their favorite moments together and some of their most iconic stunts they pull throughout the years. Later on, Regis takes questions from fans on social media.
Make-Up Cabinet Purge
Kym Douglas is here to help you purge out your make-up cabinet. She explains the importance of doing this because bacteria can build up in your make-up over time.
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Bacon, Egg and Cheese Strata
Regis is joined by his wife Joy Philbin and she prepares his favorite Christmas breakfast: bacon, egg and cheese strata. As they are cooking, they talk about their grandchildren, Ivy and William and spending time with them. When you are finished, Joy reminds you to let the strata stand for ten minutes before serving.
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Celebrity trainer Jillian Michaels visits Home & Family to talk about improving mobility with Regis and Joy. The husband and wife talk about their exercise regime. Jillian explains that mobility is the combination of strength and flexibility and even demonstrates some exercises that people at home can try.
DIY Engagement Party Planning
Paige Hemmis has some clever tips for those planning an engagement party when on a budget. Including a non-traditional venue like a backyard and turning a dresser into a drink station.
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Lawrence Zarian introduces Regis to the latest in monochromatic fashion, Regis’s favorite look. Lawrence and Regis also talk about their lasting friendship throughout the years.
Tossing Pizza Dough
Senior Director of Culinary Innovation at California Pizza Kitchen, Paul Pszybyski is in the kitchen showing you how to prepare hand-tossed pizza dough. He explains that only ingredients that you need are flour, water, salt, yeast, olive oil and honey. Then he goes through motions of how to toss the perfect dough in the air.
DIY City Blocks
Ken Wingard is celebrating baby by showing you how make your own city blocks. This gives Regis and Joy an opportunity to talk about their grandson, who they have nicknamed “Mr. Trouble.” At the end, Ken reveals the final cost on this project is only $5, compared to $30 if you to purchase it in a store.
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Mark puts his photography skills to good use by shooting Regis for his legacy portrait.