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Episode 35 : Season 56, Episode 35

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Season 56

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Episode 107 : Dierks Bentley; Adriana Trigiani
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Episode 108 : Seamus Mullen; Andy Garcia
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Episode 109 : Amy Wechsler; Amanda Freitag; Jane Seymour; Dierks Bentley
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Episode 110 : Elizabeth Somer
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Episode 116 : Jane Fonda, Patricia Arquette, Nolan Gerard, Tammin Sursok, Jillian Michaels
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Episode 117 : Bonnie Hunt, Steve Harvey, Amy Matthews; Todays Kitchen
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Episode 118 : Suze Orman
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Episode 119 : Dr. Michele Borba
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Episode 120 : Christopher Kimbalt, P. Allen Smith, Steve Adubado, Barbara Corcoran
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Episode 121 : Isaac Mizrahi
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Episode 122 : Lisa Rinna, Jose Andrews
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Episode 123 : Martha Stewart, Sam The Cooking Guy
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Episode 124 : Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump
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Episode 125 : Stacey London, Jimmy Fallon
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Episode 126 : Gabrielle Anwar
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Episode 127 : Gloria De Lauentis
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Episode 128 : The Scottos, Dr. Michelle Callahan, Jillian Michaels, Dr. Charles Sophy
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Episode 129 : Mark Bittman, Dr. Richard Lerner
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Episode 130 : Barbara Corcoran, Thomas Grtimes, Debra Haffner
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Episode 135 : Ian McShane, Barbara Corcoran, Lesley Jane Seymour
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Episode 136 : Rachel Allen
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Episode 137 : Dr. Drew Pinsky, Bobbi Brown
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Episode 138 : Martha Stewart, Anthony Bourke, John Rendall
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Episode 139 : Stephen Colbert
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Episode 140 : Jamie Pressly, Cindi Leive, Dr. Debra Wattenberg, Barbara Corcoran
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Episode 141 : Sara Gore
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Episode 142 : Reese Witherspoon, Martina McBride
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Episode 143 : Martha Stewart; Isabel Gillies
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Episode 144 : Julie Chrystyn; Lucinda Scala Quinn
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Episode 145 : Cindi Leive; P. Allen Smith; Harley Pasternak
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Episode 146 : Jason Cameron, Scott Peacock
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Episode 147 : John Stamos, Tom Colicchio
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Episode 148 : Keith Urban; John Wells; Dr. Gail Saltz
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Episode 149 : Noah Wyle
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Episode 150 : Barbara Corcoran
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Episode 151 : Eliot Spitzer; Lisa Belkin; Mary Ann Zoellner; Alicia Ybarbo
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Episode 152 : Dara Torres; Curtis Stone; Rascal Flatts
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Episode 153 : Debbie Phelps; Martha Stewart
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Episode 154 : Bob Barker; Dave Zinczenko; Giada De Laurentiis
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Episode 155 : Nancy O'Dell
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Episode 156 : Zac Efron; LeAnn Rimes
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Episode 157 : Russell Crowe; Kathie Lee Gifford
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Episode 158 : Tori Spelling
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Episode 159 : Ben Affleck
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Episode 160 : Dishes, Dog Blindness, Autism
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Episode 161 : Tips for landing a job, spring fitness
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Episode 162 : Jean Twenge
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Episode 163 : Suze Orman; Brooke Shields; Martha Stewart
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Episode 164 : Beyoncé Knowles; Amy Poehler
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Episode 165 : Jill Rappaport; Ali Larter
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Episode 166 : Michael Smerconish
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Episode 167 : Today's Consumer segment
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Episode 168 : President Obama's First 100 Days, First Lady Fashion
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Episode 169 : Dr. Nancy Snyderman; Cheryl Saban; Julianne Moore
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Episode 170 : Ricki Lake, Abby Epstein, No Doubt, Barbara Corcoran, Jillian Michaels, Mary Clark, Carol Higgins Clark
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Episode 171 : Cesar Millan
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Episode 172 : Chef Lala
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Episode 173 : Robyn O'Brien, Martha Stewart, Ricki Lake, Abby Epstein
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Episode 174 : Kate Gosselin, Leonard Nimoy, Giada De Laurentis
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Episode 175 : Ayelet Waldman, New Kids On The Block, Tracy Pollan
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Episode 176 : Elizabeth Edwards, Randy Jackson, Bill Gates
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Episode 177 : Allison Sweeny, Kim Rever
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Episode 178 : Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Jillian Michaels, Ryan O'Neal, Alana Stewart
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Episode 179 : Barbara Corcoran, Janice Lieberman, Bindi Irwin, Terri Irwin, Ryan O'Neal, Anala Stewart
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Episode 180 : Jennifer Hudson
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Episode 181 : Caroline Kennedy, Lisa Rinna, Michael Blum, John Walsh
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Episode 182 : Ben Stiller, Janice Lieberman, Curtis Stone
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Episode 183 : Brad Pitt, Larry King, Jose Andres
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Episode 184 : Paula Deen, Christine Avanti, Amy Grant
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Episode 185 : Fall Out Boy, Ashanti
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Episode 186 : Susan Boyle
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Episode 187 : Stephen Baldwin, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
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Episode 188 : Janice Lieberman, Brooke Burke
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Episode 189 : Kris Allen, Adam Lambert, James Taylor
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Episode 190 : Future for Jay Leno, Taylor Swift, P. Allen Smith
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Episode 192 : Paula Abdul, Nick Hudson
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Episode 193 : Sarah Burningham, Will Ferrell
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Episode 194 : Dr. Amy Wechsler
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Episode 195 : Dave Matthews Band Performance, Jim Rogers
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Episode 196 : Sinbad
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Episode 197 : Sandra Bullock, Melissa Gilbert, Joshua Radin
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Episode 198 : Martha Steward, MC Hammer
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Episode 199 : Black Eyed Peas, Barbara Corcoran
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