Scoop: THE TALK on CBS - Week of February 11, 2013

February 7
4:46 2013

Scoop: THE TALK on CBS - Week of February 11, 2013 Monday, Feb. 11
Actor Grace Park (CBS's "Hawaii Five-0"); Talk Takeaway: relationship expert Jill Blakeway gives tips on how couples can recharge their libido (n)

Tuesday, Feb. 12
Hollywood legend Julie Andrews; lifestyle expert Kristan Cunningham showcases Valentine's Day gift ideas (n)

Wednesday, Feb. 13
TV host Jeff Probst (CBS's "Survivor: Fans vs. Favorites"); Talk Takeaway: relationship expert Paul Carrick Brunson gives dating advice (n)

Thursday, Feb. 14
Valentine's Day special featuring iconic TV couples reunited, including Meredith Baxter and Michael Gross from "Family Ties," and more surprises. Talk Takeaway: chef Nigella Lawson shows how to cook an easy romantic dinner for two (n)

Friday, Feb. 15
Actor William Shatner; actor Rocky Carroll (CBS's "NCIS") (n)

CBS's daytime talk show features a panel of well-known news and entertainment personalities who examine current events, pop culture, contemporary issues, family, celebrity and the trending topics of the day. The daily one-hour series is co-hosted by Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood and Aisha Tyler. The hosts swap stories, challenge each other on issues and engage the studio audience and viewers at home about events in the headlines and their own homes. Show segments include guest interviews with entertainers and newsmakers, musical performances, how-to demos and appearances from extraordinary people with stories that engage and inform. The show was developed by Gilbert, who also serves as executive producer.

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