The Sit Down: Luke MitchellThe star of CBS's new drama "The Code" chats with DJ Sixsmith about preparing for the role of Captain Abraham, his glory years as a tennis player and life in Australia. #TheCode #Luke Mitchell
The Sit Down: Anna ToddThe author and film producer tells DJ Sixsmith how her series "After" got turned into a movie. #AnnaTodd #After #Movies
The Sit Down: Anthony CarriganThe breakout star from HBO's Barry talks to DJ Sixsmith about working with Bill Hader, Barry Winkler and Stephen Root. Plus, he shares how he started his career. #Barry #AnthonyCarrigan
The Sit Down: Richard Kind & Tawny NewsomeRichard and Tawny chat with DJ Sixsmith about season three of "Brockmire", what it's like to work with Hank Azaria and share some great stories from their careers. #Brockmire #TawnyNewsome #RichardKind
The Sit Down: Anna WoodThe star of CBS's new drama "The Code" chats with DJ Sixsmith about playing Captain Maya Dobbins, her experience on Mad Men and why she looks for roles that make her uncomfortable. #TheCode #MadMen #AnnaWood
The Sit Down: Terry GilliamThe director chats with DJ Sixsmith about his new movie "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote", the origins of Monty Python and what it was like to work with Robin Williams. #TheManWhoKilledDonQuixote #MontyPython #RobinWilliams
The Sit Down: Will RolandRoland chats with DJ Sixsmith about his work on "Billions" and his experience on Broadway in "Dear Evan Hansen" and "Be More Chill." Plus, Roland tells the story of when Beyonce came to see one of his shows. #Billions #DearEvanHansen #BeMoreChill
The Sit Down: Dave BarryThe award winning author chats with DJ Sixsmith about his new book "Lessons from Lucy" and tells the story about when he won the Pulitzer Prize. #DaveBarry #Humor #Dogs
The Sit Down: Nate BargatzeThe comedian chats with DJ Sixsmith about his comedy career, new Netflix special and that time he walked dogs and worked at UPS. #TheTennesseeKid #NateBargatze #Comedy
The Sit Down: Emilio EstevezThe star actor and director chats with DJ Sixsmith about his new movie "The Public", what it was like to work with Francis Ford Coppola and how he learned to skate for the Mighty Ducks movies. #EmilioEstevez #TheBratPack #Entertainment
The Sit Down: Thomas LennonLennon recently became a children's book author and stopped by to chat with DJ Sixsmith about the book, Reno 911, I Love You Man and working with Christopher Nolan. #ThomasLennon #Reno911 #DarkKnightRises
The Sit Down: Russell HowardThe comedian chats with DJ Sixsmith about his shows in New York, performing in stadiums and the differences in humor in England and America. #RussellHoward #Comedy
The Sit Down: Kevin Heffernan & Steve LemmeThe stars of "Super Troopers" and "Tacoma FD" stop by the CBS Local Studios to chat with DJ Sixsmith about their new show, favorite memories from their careers and meeting at Colgate. #SuperTroopers #TacomaFD #BrokenLizard
The Sit Down: Paul ScheerScheer chats with DJ Sixsmith about his new show "Black Monday", "The League" 10 years later and how he failed to get on #SaturdayNightLive three separate times. #PaulScheer #TheLeague #BlackMonday
The Sit Down: Stefania LaVie OwenOwen chats with DJ Sixsmith about her new movie "The Beach Bum" with Matthew McConaughey, growing up in New Zealand and her favorite shows on TV right now. #Entertainment #MatthewMcConaughey #TheBeachBum
The Sit Down: Iain S. ThomasPoet & author Iain S. Thomas chats with DJ Sixsmith about his new book "Every Word You Cannot Say", battling depression and that time Steven Spielberg quoted him at a dinner with Oprah and Tom Hanks. #IainSThomas #StevenSpielberg #Poetry
High School Student Helps Woman Deliver Baby On BusA Minnesota mother welcomed her baby boy into the world thanks to some help from a group of strangers on a city bus. High school senior Jane Mulcahy was on the bus to Highland Park when the woman went into labor. "It was really painful, but I didn’t want anybody to know because there was a lot of people in the bus." "She says 'The baby is coming!'… and I didn’t think she really meant that." Michelle Agyei did mean it though! Minutes later, her baby was on the way. "She had been having contractions maybe like two minutes, and then within about 30 seconds, the baby was born." "We started hearing the sirens and the baby was crying and breathing so we figured it was probably going to be ok." Baby Andrew made his surprise debut weighing in at 6 pounds, 9 ounces. "I thank them for what they did for me yesterday. I really thank them."
Singing Samoans Battle Wildfires, Lift Spirits In CaliforniaA group of firefighters from American Samoa is bringing hope to California through their singing as they battle wildfires. The National Park Service’s Samoa 61 Fire Crew has traveled nearly 5,000 miles to help save the land and lift spirits. "Everyone always asks 'where is American Samoa?' and we're like 'it's just a little dot on the equator.'" "It’s a church song and it’s just something that’s part of our culture. Our belief in God is very strong." Wyberski and the men he calls his "brothers" say they just want to help. Other firefighters say the positivity the Samoans bring makes things better for everyone. "These guys have so much energy that people just want to be part of it."
High School Student Helps Woman Deliver Baby On BusA Minnesota mother welcomed her baby boy into the world thanks to some help from a group of strangers on a city bus. High school senior Jane Mulcahy was on the bus to Highland Park when the woman went into labor. "It was really painful, but I didn’t want anybody to know because there was a lot of people in the bus." "She says 'The baby is coming!'… and I didn’t think she really meant that." Michelle Agyei did mean it though! Minutes later, her baby was on the way. "She had been having contractions maybe like two minutes, and then within about 30 seconds, the baby was born." "We started hearing the sirens and the baby was crying and breathing so we figured it was probably going to be ok." Baby Andrew made his surprise debut weighing in at 6 pounds, 9 ounces. "I thank them for what they did for me yesterday. I really thank them."
16-Year-Old Girl Beating The Boys At Bull RidingA 16-year-old girl in Minnesota is showing all the boys how it's done in the male-dominated sport of bull riding. Laurel Andol usually competes in barrel racing, but asked her father if she could try jumping on a bull last year. "Wasn’t thinking, I just rode it. Then when I hopped off I was like, 'I’ve got to do this again.'" "After about 12 seconds we started yelling at her to get off because you're only supposed to ride them for 8." "Announcer: Here's Laurel Andol. This is the cowgirl. Look at the cowgirl! Even since then, she's just been hooked." Laurel is the real deal. She's won five out of six competitions this year. The teen hopes her success encourages other girls to try the sport. "Don't let the fear stop you. Just let it push you towards being like that. And just go out there and do it. Get'er done."
Father With 3 Jobs Surprises Daughter With Dream DressA Pennsylvania dad working three jobs to pay the bills has gone viral after surprising his daughter with her dream dress. Nevaeha Smith found the perfect dress for her eighth grade formal. The problem was its $200 price tag. Her dad, Ricky Smith, works at Circle K, Popeye’s, and McDonald’s. He was determined to come through and decided to surprise Nevaeha with a video at his job. "I told her that her grandmother bought it for her. She said, 'Oh ok, is it a two-piece?' and I was like 'I don't know.'" "I was like, 'Oh my God! This is the dress! This is the dress I wanted!'" The 14-year-old had a blast at the eighth grade dance. The emotional video has been viewed almost 13 million times.
Police Officers Go Viral With Taylor Swift Tribute VideoA Pennsylvania police department is reaching out to the community by channeling their inner pop star. The Connellsville Police Department put their lip syncing and dance moves to the test as they performed Taylor Swift’s hit song, “Look What You Made Me Do.” "Me and Detective Patton will be at the Taylor Swift concert on 8-7-18, if she's listening! Hopefully if she needs any backup dancers, we’ll be there." The officers owe their slick moves to Premier Dance Center, who choreographed the viral video. The Taylor Swift tribute has already been viewed over 200,000 times since being posted on Facebook. Connellsville's mayor says residents kept asking for their officers to join in on the nationwide fad. "It feels good because it’s all positive. It shows us in a light maybe some people don’t see."
Child Who Survived Cancer Uses Her Art To Help Sick KidsAn 11-year-old in Texas is using her artwork to raise money and awareness for pediatric cancer research.Sadie Keller didn't choose this cause at random. Sadie was diagnosed with Leukemia when she was seven. "This was a picture of me laying down on a hospital bed." Before turning to painting, Sadie found different ways to help other children with their cancer treatment. Sadie started with home videos meant to cheer up fellow patients. As her condition improved, she started a foundation to collect toys for cancer patients at Christmas. Sadie then went to the White House after successfully lobbying for new childhood cancer legislation. "I wanted to take my treatment and turn it into something that would help other kids."
Teen Who Lost Dad Gets Special Surprise From Local Fire DepartmentA New York teen coping with the loss of her father received an amazing surprise from the firefighters he served with. John Pouletsos served the Terryville Fire Department for 50 years. He died of a heart attack in March, just a few months shy of his daughter Cara’s senior prom. "He was like, 'Oh no, I want to come out, I want to take a picture of you in the dress,' when I wasn’t even sure what dress I was getting." Pouletsos' former coworkers made sure they got that picture for the late fire commissioner. "I don’t think she knew what was going on at first, and then we all settled in, and she was just overwhelmed." Two days later, Cara graduated from Comsewogue High School and an even bigger crew from the fire department showed up to cheer on the teen. "He was there with me. I didn’t feel like I needed to cry, because I felt like with all of them there, that he was there with me."

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