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The Saturday Early Show: Fathers & Daughters, Elijah Wood, John Lithgow

Fathers & Daughters: Stephen Perrine, editor in chief of Best Life magazine and a columnist for Modern Fatherhood, discusses what he calls "the father-daughter dance" -- do's and don'ts for dads helping daughters achieve a healthy self-image, and five tools to create a good father-daughter relationship.

Healthwatch -- Breat Implants The emotional debate over silicone-gel breast implants was revived Friday as manufacturers and patients awaited a government decision on whether the implants could be returned to the market. The Food and Drug Administration has told two California companies they would be able to resume sales of the implants if they met certain conditions. A decision was expected late Friday.

Elijah Wood: Tracy Smith interviews the actor about his two new movies: "Bobby," on the 1968 Robert Kennedy assassination, and the animated-penguin musical "Happy Feet."

Restaurant Health Revolution: Nicole Beland of Women's Health magazine discusses healthy new dining options from restaurant chains.

TomKat's Italian Wedding: Katrina Szich, style director for Us Weekly magazine, will have all the inside info about the Tom Cruise & Katie Holmes nuptials in Italy.

Chef on a Shoestring: Suzanne Goin, acclaimed chef and author of "Sunday Suppers at Lucques," cooks for us.
Menu: Salad of apples & Asian pears w/Radicchio & buttermilk dressing; Pancetta-wrapped turkey over sweet potatoes in sage brown butter; “Pumpkin” cake with pecan streusel & maple cream.

Second Cup Café: John Lithgow plays music for kids from his "Sunny Side of the Street" CD

Episode Info  

Episode number: 10x12
Airdate: Saturday November 18th, 2006

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)

Guest Stars
Elijah WoodElijah Wood
As Himself
John LithgowJohn Lithgow
As Himself
Katrina SzishKatrina Szish
As Herself
Nicole BelandNicole Beland
As Herself
Stephen PerrineStephen Perrine
As Himself
Suzanne GoinSuzanne Goin
As Herself
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