Chef Robert Irvine tries to turn around failing restaurants in two days.
Jillian Michaels giver her opinion on "Let's Move" and how it isn't enough.
Jimmy asks First Lady Michelle Obama about two major White House initiatives: Let's Move and the Affordable Care Act.
Michelle Obama shares her and Barack's experiences with education and student loans.
Part II: When asked what a night out with Kate Moss is like, Russell Brand gives a hilarious answer, prompting him also to imagine life as Michelle Obama.
Go on board with the First Lady, Michelle Obama, as she answers your questions from the road in China.
Kerry Washington, Solange Knowles and Michelle Obama all make the cut.
Even Lil Jon’s on board and he actually hates turnips.
President-elect Barack Obama urges President Bush to help struggling auto makers, but that conflicts with a move he's expected to make that would appeal to environmentalists. And Michelle Obama searches for a Washington school for her daughters.
Joel voices his concerns about hosting the White House Correspondents Dinner which include: the background check, his parent's behavior around celebrities, and talking to Michelle Obama.
The queens explore Kanye West’s proclamation that his baby’s mama is more influential than the first lady.
With falling approval ratings after the passage of President Obama's health care legislation, "The Obamas" author Jodi Kantor shares the Administration's strategy to leverage Michelle Obama's high popularity.
Jimmy asks First Lady Michelle Obama about some of her firsts, including her first job and first school dance.
Michelle Obama is hitting the campaign trail for congressional candidates at a time when many seek to distance themselves from her husband.
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