On tonight’s episode of The Tomorrow Show, we seek to find some sense following the senseless act of violence in Las Vegas. Former secret service agent Evy Poumpouras talked about the shooting at Mandalay Bay and how it doesn’t fit the mold of previous mass shootings, while describing ways we all can protect ourselves from every day violence. The topic then turned to the life of Tom Petty, who is clinging to life. Thankfully, we ended the show on a high note talking about the wonderful efforts people are doing to help those in Puerto Rico affected by Hurricane Maria.
The IPA Rants are flowing and Keven and Sean talk Wrestlemania, and the Afterbuzz TV success stories on display there. The conversation shifts to parents of millennials, coffee, the gym, getting f****d by trusting Trump and Roxy’s upcoming film shoot. We also find out that our own Abby “Chevy” Vega is a “Sex Bully”, and that Michael is tough enough to withstand anyone of her kind because he fully understands “The Spectre of the Gun”.
The show started off with a conversation with the legendary Bo Derek, who discussed meeting Elvis and Ann Margaret at a young age, starting her career at age 16, her big break on “10” and the wildly successful career that followed in front of and behind the camera, including working with Dudley Moore and Chris Farley. She also talked about meeting Donald Trump, the recent women’s marches and the important role dogs have played in her life.
Keven and the crew are back to ring in 2017, discussing the Golden Globes, a road trip to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, including time networking in the Ladies Lounge, Mariah Carey’s career in light of her New Year’s Eve performance. There’s also reflection on the growth among The Tomorrow Show crew during 2016, then looking ahead to the upcoming Trump administration, and, finally, Keven reveals the role 70’s public service announcements had in the birth of the millennial generation
The one and only George Takei is on the bridge of The Tomorrow Show for more than two hours talking about his life and career, including the one-night movie theater event of his musical “Allegiance” inspired by his family’s experience in a Japanese American internment camp. He also discusses fond memories of Gene Roddenberry, the closeness of the Star Trek cast, Lucille Ball’s involvement in getting Star Trek on the air, comparing the acting style of William Shatner with Patrick Stewart, the deaths of Kirk and Spock and George reacts to the revelation that Sulu is gay in “Star Trek Beyond”.
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