Part II: Don Cheadle gives hilarious readings of a few Bravolebrity books and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar talks about if there will ever be an openly gay NBA player.
In the fourth of five in SU2C's Dream Team series, CTC-Chip Team Leaders Haber and Toner talk about the science behind their project, focusing on the technology of the Circulating Tumor Cell (CTC) Chip.
Cary Chow catches up with NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to find out more about the skyhook specialist and his new book "Sasquatch in the Paint."
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar picks the 'Housewives' he'd want on his basketball team.
Zac Efron, Dakota Fanning, Kristen Bell, Vanessa Hudgens, Donald Faison, Jon Heder, Logan Lerman, Naya Rivera, Olivia Munn, Sofia Vassilieva, and many more Stand Up To Cancer. It's Up2 all of us to change the odds of getting cancer in our lifetimes.
Stupendous for fans of Airplane!, 1980, Geoffrey Toone (as Dr. Baird) in the Leslie Nielsen role, delivers a classic line about fish to stewardess Janet (Peggy King) in Zero Hour!, 1957.
Too many gags running at once, Leslie Nielsen, Robert Hays and Julie Hagerty in the cockpit, Robert Stack battling airport solicitors, Lloyd Bridges in the control room in Airplane!, 1980.
Decker (Jerry Paris!) and stewardess Janet (Peggy King) lead into Stryker (Dana Andrews) introducing Joey (Raymond Ferrell) to pilot Wilson (NFL Hall of Famer Elroy Crazylegs Hirsch) in Zero Hour!, 1957, which was famously the basis for Airplane!, 1980.
Pilot Peter Graves is happier than co-pilot Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (as Roger Murdoch) to see young Johnny (Stepher Stucker) in the cockpit, in the hit satire Airplane!, 1980.
Sterling Hayden (as Treleaven) and Dana Andrews (as Ted Stryker) are giving Lloyd Bridges and Robert Hays (in Airplane, 1980) plenty to work with in the airliner-crisis thriller Zero Hour!, 1957.
When a flight crew falls ill, the only man who can land the plane is afraid of flying in Airplane! (1980), a spoof of Zero Hour! (1957).
That's William Cannon Conrad narrating as injured pilot Ted Stryker (Dana Andrews) foreshadows Airplane!, 1980, and converses with an RCAF doctor (Willis Bouchey) in Zero Hour!, 1957.
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A message from Larry David about how cancer is ruining his life and why alopecia should be next in line for a cure.
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