Graham sits down with tennis legend and champion for gender equality, Billie Jean King. She shares memories of career highlights, including the famed Battle of the Sexes match against Bobby Riggs, her decision to help form the first women's league, and her vision for World TeamTennis (WTT). King also discusses her beginnings in the sport and a tense press conference when she first publicly admitted she is gay.
Graham spends two fast-paced days with Saints head coach Sean Payton in New Orleans and aboard a chartered flight with the coach to Dallas to catch his son's high school football game. Coach Payton discusses his career journey to New Orleans and his role in helping a city rebound from Hurricane Katrina's devastation. He offers new details and an introspective discussion on the Bountygate scandal that left him exiled from his team for a year, plus fond memories of coaching his son's sixth grade football team while serving the suspension. We also talk with key figures in Coach Payton's life, including Drew Brees, Jonathan Vilma, Bill Parcells, Saints GM Mickey Loomis and Payton's daughter Meghan.
Graham sits down with 15-time NBA All-Star and four-time NBA champion, Shaquille O'Neal. The former MVP discusses growing up poor, his inspirations to achieve greatness and a Knicks game that changed his life. Shaq also sheds light on how he motivated Kobe Bryant and the biggest regrets of his career. After the interview, Shaq and Graham goof off on Shaq's in-home basketball court.