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  • Episode Guide
  • S 24 : Ep 9

    Jared Leto

    Aired 10/28/13

  • S 24 : Ep 8

    DL, Michael & Rosie

    Aired 10/25/13

  • S 24 : Ep 7

    Britton & Trejo

    Aired 10/9/13

  • S 24 : Ep 6

    Kat & Kenton

    Aired 10/4/13

  • S 24 : Ep 5

    Levitt & Metallica

    Aired 9/25/13

  • Cast & Crew
  • Cindy Rhodes

    Host (1993-present)

  • Rafael Siegel

    Host (1994-95, 2003-present)

  • Richard R. Lee

    Host (1998-present)

  • Maaika Westen

    Host (2008-present)

  • Natalie Manuel (II)

    Correspondent (2006-2009)

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  • Welcome to the Sidewalks Entertainment guide at TV.com. Sidewalks Entertainment is the award-winning talk / variety television series featuring celebrity interviews, worldwide music, entertainment news, artistic / novelty acts, rising performers, and more. PLEASE NOTE: Not all episodes are listed. Some airdates for episodes will differ due to telecast pattern between various television stations. Episodes may have aired before or after the original airdates on stations. Spinoff: "Sidewalks: Video Nite" Show's official website: SidewalksTV.commoreless

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  • Notes (217)

    • Jules Asner, the former correspondent for E! Entertainment, talks about her career and her upcoming new TV series, as well as hosting Bali Fit University, an event to help women about proper bra fitting.

    • Kate Jackson, who is best known for "Charlie's Angels," talks about Open The Door to a Healthy Heart, a campaign emphasizing the prevention of heart disease through simple diet changes.

    • This episode also aired in 2003 as part of two Christmas specials (the other one was "Holiday Tips").

    • The original sneak preview had Jessica Simpson's "Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let it Snow" music video in the episode. When the special edition episode had its official premiere, Destiny's Child's version of "Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer" replaced Jessica's video.

    • This special had a sneak preview on Tuesday, 12/7/04.

    • This edition had a sneak preview on Thursday, May 8, 2003 in a bonus primetime special.

    • This special edition is only seen on KCRT-TV

    • This special edition aired only on KCRT-TV.

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    • Bloopers between Richard and Brandace aired during the final credits.

    • Rafael prepared for the Adema interview by visiting one of the groups' fan websites. Unfortunately, the material from the site had incorrect information. Rafael asked a couple of questions about Adema's first album instead of their second and current album called "Unstable." Rafael ripped his notes on camera.

    • Music videos seen on the episode: - JORDAN PRUITT ("One Love"), Hollywood Records - MILEY CYRUS ("7 Things"), Hollywood Records VIDEO BONUS: In the non-commercial cable version, the following music video is seen during the middle break: - DEMI LOVATO ("Get Back"), Hollywood Records

    • This episode had a sneak preview on KCRT-TV on Tuesday, September 30, 2008 at 4PM

    • Music video seen on the episode: - DOLLY PARTON ("Shinola"), Dolly Records VIDEO BONUS: In the non-commercial cable version, the following music video is seen during the middle break: - KATIE ARMIGER ("Unseen"), Cold River / Nine North

    • The Mary Lou Retton and Bela Karolyi interview is from 2007, but this episode displays footage (interview questions) that wasn't seen on the original run of the interview (from episode "Troy, Ray & Mary Lou").

    • Music video seen on the episode: - JONAS BROTHERS ("Burnin' Up"), Hollywood Records VIDEO BONUS: In the non-commercial cable version, the following music video is seen during the middle break: - SARA BAREILLES ("Bottle It Up"), Epic Records

    • Music video seen on the episode: - COLDPLAY ("Viva La Vida"), Capitol Records VIDEO BONUS: In the non-commercial cable version, the following music video is seen during the middle break: - DAUGHTRY ("What About Now"), RCA Records

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