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One of the most dynamic performers of the nineties grunge scene, Scott Weiland, joined George.
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The legendary Canadian rocker stopped by to talk about some of the greats he's worked with over the years, which he wrote about in his new book Legends, Icons & Rebels: Music That Changed The World.
Robbie was tickled at what the show's visual researchers dug up.
The conversation kept on going even after they left the studio.
Robbie and George in the corridors outside studio 43.
The Blink and Outliers author came by to talk about his latest book, David and Goliath; Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants.
Ok, not quite. Still, the audience in studio 43 gave an enthusiastic reception to the U.K.-born and Canada-raised author, who popularized the so-called 10,000-hour rule.
George with Malcolm Gladwell after their interview.
George was joined by Gilbert Gottfried, Ryan Belleville and Pay Chen to hash out questions about acting your age.
Gilbert Gottfried had the audience in stitches.
For more than 25 years, Scott Russell has been a familiar face on CBC Sports. Before he heads off to Sochi, Scott is helping to celebrate Sports Day in Canada on November 30.
Both George and Scott crack up as they watch an old clip of Scott sporting an impressive soup strainer (see the clip for yourself).
The audience waiting outside studio 43 for a taping this week.
The Bridget Jones creator is back after a long absence with Mad About The Boy.
George and Helen get into the art of killing off a beloved character.
Studio 43 was filled with Bridget Jones fans for Helen's taping.
Helen and George outside studio 43.
The former Facebook director of market development (and, yes, sister of Mark) came by to talk about her new book — and approach to life — Dot Complicated.
Randi cringes as she watches a clip of her fronting her band (don't worry, she was laughing right afterward).
George with Randi Zuckerberg after their interview.
George welcomed the world-renowned AIDS researcher to the red chair to share the story of his long career.
George and Dr. Francis get into the latter's role in the Krever inquiry into Canada's tainted blood scandal.
Dr. Francis chatting with George outside studio 43 (as he removes his microphone).