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Host Alec Baldwin has one-on-one conversations with interesting people from American pop culture.

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Actress Sarah Jessica Parker.
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Actor Mike Myers; activist Cecile Richards.
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Comic Ricky Gervais; actor Jeff Bridges.
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TV personality Kim Kardashian West.
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Actor Robert De Niro; actress Taraji P. Henson.

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