MONDAY, APRIL 22, 2013
“LET’S GET PHYSICAL”
Ricki’s getting physical with some of the latest trends in health and fitness - no matter what your size, age or interest. Jennifer Koppelman-Hutt, host of “Just Jenny” on Sirius/XM, lost 70 pounds by moving by walking up to three hours per day on a treadmill and actor Stephen Kramer-Glickman, star of Nickelodeon’s “Big Time Rush,” shares his transformational weight-loss story. In addition, Ricki explores soul cycling, the latest celebrity fitness trend, with instructor Angela Davis. Sophie Chiche, owner of the Los Angeles-based “Shape House,” introduces an infrared sweat bed that can burn over one thousand calories in one hour by simply lying down. Also, nutritionist to the stars, Kimberly Snyder (also the best-selling author of The Beauty Detox Solution and The Beauty Detox Foods) shares her natural recipes to cleanse your system and celebrity fitness and wellness advisor Mandy Ingber shares tips from her book Yogalosophy: 28 Days to the Ultimate Mind-Body Makeover.
TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2013
Ricki speaks with women struggling to pick up the pieces after their broken relationships and brings in the experts to help them rebuild their lives. Brandi Glanville, star of Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” joins the conversation to share how she survived her high-profile divorce and shares excerpts of her new tell-all book, Drinking and Tweeting: And Other Brandi Blunders. Lauren Frances, love coach and author of Dating, Mating and Manhandling,lights a fire under Lashan, a woman who still feels emotionally paralyzed eight years after her divorce. Judge Lynn Toler from the syndicated show “Divorce Court” and author of Making Marriage Work and My Mother’s Rules counsels Mari, a woman who was dumped by her boyfriend after 18 years together, but still spends too much time at his house and takes care of his cat when he goes on vacation with his current girlfriend.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 2013
Ricki invites Terry and Linda Jamison, the worlds’ only psychic twins and authors of Psychic Intelligence, on stage to offer special readings to members of her studio audience. Terry and Linda’s astounding track record continues to amaze as they have made more than 40 accurate predictions in 2013 alone. In addition to audience readings, they will reveal a few of their latest predictions, including the sex of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s baby. In addition, clairvoyant medium Maureen Hancock (star of “Psychic in Suburbia” and author of The Medium Next Door) returns to share some remarkable information from deceased family members, including an unexpected, life-changing message to audience member Ajay Rochester, an Australian actress and former television host, who just happened to be in the audience. And, pet psychic Patrice Ryan helps one pet owner to better understand her dog’s rebellious behavior and also sits down with Ricki’s dogs to give a special reading.
THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2013
“MY EX PUT MY KID UP FOR ADOPTION”
Ricki explores the dark side of adoption to reveal some shocking situations that have been happening more frequently in Utah due to the current laws regarding unmarried mothers. Chris fathered a child, but then quickly became the victim of lies, deceptions and seemingly illegal actions that led him to discover that his daughter was put up for adoption without his knowledge or consent. Rob discovered that his ex-girlfriend fled to Utah to give birth and immediately put the baby up for adoption before he even learned she had given birth. Also, Ricki sits down with Samantha Jadin, author of The Inheritance who found out as an adult that she was illegally adopted and, tragically, never got to meet the father who spent his entire life searching for her. And, Ricki debates the rights of biological parents with adoption attorney Wes Hutchins.
FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 2013
“COLLEGE DANGERS: A REAL EDUCATION”
Ricki aims to educate viewers about what really goes on at college campuses around the country. Too often, unsuspecting students who are away from home for the first time find themselves in a world fraught with potential pitfalls and dangers. Megan was a normal college freshman when an innocent night of partying with her best friend turned deadly. Debbie’s son, Matt, was a junior at Chico State University with a bright future until a fraternity hazing ritual cost him his life and ultimately changed the laws in the state of California. Also, Monika was a budding track star from Norway who moved to Dallas to attend Southern Methodist College, but she ended up running for her life after being brutally attacked while leaving an off-campus party. Her ordeal inspired her to create The Monika Korra Organization which serves to advocate for victims of rape. And, Alli was a squeaky clean college freshman who turned into a full-blown drug addict – all before her first mid-terms. She and Randy Haveson, founder of Hero House (the sober living treatment program designed for college students), share her story and her inspiring road to recovery.