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Episode 120 : Ryan Phillippe

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Season 8

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When the sexy RYAN PHILLIPPE visited Ellen last year, he promised he'd teach her a little Tae Kwon Do! He's back today, and she's ready to go! Ellen also wants an update on his kids, since he is quite the proud papa! When BLAIR UNDERWOOD was researching his role on "L.A. Law," he became friends with the President of the Harvard Law Review -- Barack Obama! Now they're both presidents -- even if Blair is only a president on the hit show "The Event."


Genres: Comedy, Talk

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Episode 43 : Queen Latifah (Day 3 of Game Week)
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