George Clooney used his popularity to speak out against discrimination.
Howie Mandel thought he was auditioning for a sitcom.
Noah Wyle discusses the character growth of Dr. John Carter.
"St.Elsewhere" was the first show to portray the medical community accurately.
Legendary comedian Bob Newhart describes his first TV role as psychologist Robert Hartley.
Together, comics Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David created the hit sitcom "Seinfeld" in 1989.
Jerry Seinfeld describes the challenging act of "getting a laugh."
With her sitcom, Roseanne Barr made waves by fearlessly tackling difficult issues.
When sitcom star Tim Allen first appeared on Johnny Carson's "Tonight Show," he bombed.
"Home Improvement" star Tim Allen wasn't planning on leaving standup for television.
Roots co-stars Louis Gossett Jr. and LeVar Burton describe a scene they shared.
Actor John Amos describes hearing his ancestors' spirits while on the set of "Roots."
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