Graham sits down with MLB veteran Pete Rose, who addresses the gambling scandal that banned him from baseball, his case for reinstatement, and a “personal” moment with Joe DiMaggio in Vietnam.
Graham spends the day with the most decorated professional surfer ever, Kelly Slater. Slater, now 47, discusses the challenges facing the debut of surfing in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and details the story behind his Surf Ranch which uses artificial wave technology.
Graham spends the day with 11-time world champion surfer, Kelly Slater, who opens up about bringing surfing to the Summer Olympics, coping with his father’s alcoholism battle and a near-death experience.
Graham interviews Hall of Fame broadcaster, Dick Vitale. The legendary ESPN analyst shares stories of his eyesight and bullying battles as a kid, a tight bond with Jim Valvano and overcoming a career-threatening injury. “Dickie V” also shares insight into his philanthropic commitments, including an “obsession” with raising money for pediatric cancer.
Award-winning actor Kelsey Grammer, best known for his roles in Cheers and Frasier, tells Graham about the reboot of his popular character. Grammer talks family, the importance of his on-screen father-figure, coping with the murder and loss of his real-life father and sister, and his four marriages, including the abuse he suffered before finding happiness with his current wife.
Victor Conte tells Graham about his experience watching the U.S. Olympic committee cover up positive drug tests, Jackie Joyner-Kersee’s cover up, the illegal drug programs he created for Marion Jones and Shane Mosley as the president and founder of BALCO. Plus, Conte talks of Barry Bonds’ business with BALCO and shares why he’s suspicious of Usain Bolt’s improved race results.
Graham travels to San Francisco to spend the day with financier and philanthropist Charles Schwab at his company headquarters. The discount-brokerage entrepreneur has a reported net worth of $8 billion, but has struggled his whole life with dyslexia. Plus, he opens up about the impact golf has on his life, being shaped by the Great Depression, and balancing his growing business and family.
Graham travels to Houston to sit down with Texans powerhouse, J.J. Watt. J.J. opens up about contemplating retirement after a major surgery in 2015, landing a $100 million contract and frequent reminders he was booed on draft day. The three-time AP Defensive Player of the Year also details his extreme diet and workout routine and his desire to go down as the greatest player of all time.
Graham interviews former Cincinnati Bengals receiver, Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson, who discusses growing up in Miami as an outcast from his drug-dealing friends, his fine-inducing NFL antics, and his release from the NFL after domestic violence charges.