Graham visits with actor, screenwriter and stand-up comedian Ray Romano at Warner Brothers Studios. Romano shares the split-second decision on Letterman that elevated his career, his obsession with golf and the embarrassing moment with Tiger Woods. Also, a surprise visit from a former "Everybody Loves Raymond" castmate and Graham challenges Ray to showcase a hidden talent.
Graham looks back on his time in Austria and Belgium with the late Formula One legend Niki Lauda. They discuss everything from his early racing days, to his life-changing crash, to his lasting impact on the powerhouse Mercedes F1 team. Plus, Lauda gives Graham a tour of his hometown, and personally flies the crew to the Belgian Grand Prix aboard his private jet.
Graham spends two days with Rev. Jesse Jackson, from his headquarters in Chicago to the Lorraine Motel in Memphis. The college athlete turned civil rights activist discusses his tough upbringing, his critics and the assassination of his colleague, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Plus, Jackson reflects on the enduring connection between sports and protest and offers an exclusive, first-hand look at his fight against Parkinson's disease.