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Season 1

  • S01E01 24 Sep. 1968

    • September 24, 1968
    • CBS

    60 Minutes offers a beside-the-scenes look at presidential candidates Richard Nixon and Hubert Humphrey during their summer nomination conventions. It also interviews three prominent European thinkers about the elections and an interview with U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark.

  • S01E02 8 Oct. 1968

    • October 8, 1968
    • CBS

    60 minutes offers an exclusive interview with Richard Nixon the Republcan Party candidate for president. It also looks at highlights an original musical comedy produced by Theatre Atlanta and examines U.S. Defense research into germ and gas warfare.

  • S01E03 22 Oct. 1968

    • October 22, 1968
    • CBS

    60 Minutes offers an exclusive interview with Democratic Presidential Candidate and current Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey. It also interviews controversial Independent Presidential Candidate George Wallace and offers the second part of an investigative story on U.S. germ and gas warfare research.

  • S01E04 12 Nov. 1968

    • November 12, 1968
    • CBS

    60 Minutes looks back at last weeks election of Richard Nixon as President. It also offers a profile of NFL football star Joe Namath quarterback of the New York Jets and looks at some color sound footage of the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia shot in Prague.

  • S01E05 26 Nov. 1968

    • November 26, 1968
    • CBS

    60 Minutes interviews former nun and current president of Webster College Jacqueline Grennan who left the Roman Catholic Church challenging its stance on birth control. It also goes to the famous Laurent Restaurant with food critic Craig Claiborne and interviews recently re-elected Senator Edmund Muskie.

  • S01E06 10 Dec. 1968

    • December 10, 1968
    • CBS

    60 Minutes investigates how assaults are becoming more common in U.S. prisons.

  • S01E07 24 Dec. 1968

    • December 24, 1968
    • CBS

    60 Minutes goes to Atlanta, Georgia, to interview the family of the late activist Martin Luther King, Jr. during Christmas. It also interviews Ethel Kennedy the widow of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy and offers an essay by Andy Rooney on what Jesus Christ looked like.

  • S01E08 7 Jan. 1969

    • January 7, 1969
    • CBS

  • S01E09 14 Jan. 1969

    • January 14, 1969
    • CBS

  • S01E10 22 Apr. 1969

    • April 22, 1969
    • CBS

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Season 7

  • S07E01 27 Apr. 1975

    • April 27, 1975
    • CBS

  • S07E02 Panama Canal, Thomas Hart Benton

    • May 25, 1975
    • CBS

    A look at the Panama Canal; discussion on Thomas Hart Benton, the late American artist.

  • S07E03 Judy/The Ultra Secret

    • August 3, 1975
    • CBS

    Retrospective on the life & career of Judy Garland, including interviews with her daughters; a look at how the British cracked the WWII German code, considered at the time to be unbreakable.

Season 8

  • S08E01 Rural Justice/Wildcat Trucker/The Case Against College

    • February 22, 1976
    • CBS

    "The Case Against College" is segment of 60 Minutes produced by Imre Horvath. Centers on Caroline Bird theory. "Wildcat Truckers" is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Richard Clark. Visually engaging big rigs and drivers. "Rural Justice" is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Joseph Wershba.

  • S08E02 Heart Attack!/The Kids from Council Bluffs/Hippies

    • April 4, 1976
    • CBS

    "Heart Attack!" Is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Imre Horvath. Follows Seattle paramedics of the pioneering Medic One program. "The Kids from Council Bluffs" is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Norman Gorin. "Hippies" is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Joe DeCola.

  • S08E03 Tokyo Rose/Communism, Italian Style/Two Can Live as Cheaply as One

    • June 20, 1976
    • CBS

    Tokyo Rose is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Imre Horvath. Iva Toguri, convicted as a traitor, pleads her innocence. Communism, Italian Style is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by William K. McClure. Two Can Live as Cheaply as One is a segment of 60 minutes produced by Marion Goldin

Season 9

  • S09E01 Victims/What's with Iceland?/Ronald Reagan

    • December 5, 1976
    • CBS

    "Victims" is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Imre Horvath. It contrasts services offered to crime victims with those received by convicted criminals . "What's with Iceland?" Is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Richard Clark. "Ronald Reagan" is a segment of 60 Minutes produced by Martin Phillips

Season 10

Season 11

Season 12

  • S12E01 John Silber

    • January 6, 1980
    • CBS

    Mike Wallace interviews John Silber, the controversial president of Boston University.

  • S12E02 Anita O'Day, Free Guilty Persons, Rolls-Royce factory

    • June 22, 1980
    • CBS

    Harry Reasoner profiles jazz great Anita O'Day; Dan Rather reports on a controversial legal rule which may free guilty persons in the name of the law; Morley Safer visits the Rolls-Royce factory.

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Season 19

  • S19E01 Liza Minnelli, Xavier Suarez

    • September 28, 1986
    • CBS

    Parents who provide drugs for their children; Ed Bradley interviews Liza Minnelli in London; Miami Mayor Xavier Suarez discusses Cuban influences in his city.

  • S19E02 Lourdes/The Dirtiest River/It's a Gamble/A Few Minutes with Andy Rooney

    • December 28, 1986
    • CBS

  • S19E03 Kurt Waldheim, Anchorman/Donny and Marie/The $500 Million Loan

    • April 19, 1987
    • CBS

    "Kurt Waldheim, Anchorman" - Report on claims that many American adults have a lack of knowledge about current events, history, culture and geography. "Donny and Marie" - Profile of entertainers Donny and Marie Osmond. "The $500 Million Loan" - Report on how the World Bank financed a Brazilian Amazon forest development project, even though the bank was allegedly warned of possible adverse health and agricultural effects.

  • S19E04 Wouldn't Anyone Listen?/Moscow U/The Last Nazi/A Few Minutes with Andy Rooney

    • August 23, 1987
    • CBS

    "Wouldn't Anyone Listen?" - Report on a young woman, Sylvia Seegrist, with a history of mental illness, who last year killed three people at a suburban Philadelphia shopping mall "Moscow U" - Report on Americans who attend Moscow University in the USSR "The Last Nazi" - Report on circumstances surrounding the questionable identity of the man imprisoned and assumed to be Rudolf Hess, Hitler's Deputy Fuhrer "A Few Minutes With Andy Rooney" - Topic: Umbrellas

Season 20

  • S20E01 Clang, Clang, Clang Went the Trolley

    • December 6, 1987
    • CBS

    Morley Safer interviews witnesses related to his examination of the 1936-1950 National City Lines streetcar conspiracy and resultant federal convictions against major American companies and individuals involved in the acquisition and subsequent dismantling of over 100 streetcar lines and electric railways in 45 American cities and their quick conversion into bus operation.

  • S20E02 Wright Is Wrong?

    • December 27, 1987
    • CBS

    "Wright is Wrong?" examines whether Connecticut aviator Gustave Whitehead managed to have a powered flight before the Wright Brothers.

Season 21

Season 22

  • S22E01 4 Feb. 1990

    • February 4, 1990
    • CBS

  • S22E02 3 Jun. 1990

    • June 3, 1990
    • CBS

  • S22E03 Is there poison in your mouth?

    • July 9, 1990
    • CBS

    This “60 Sixty Minutes” TV show segment originally aired in 1990 on Mercury fillings and the poisonous effect on those who have them in their mouths... It only aired once because of the uproar it created in the dental field. You would never think that something so far reaching and pervasive as putting poison in your mouth could happen in the USA, but it did and we will never be the same as a result. Everyone alive should watch this video as a testament to the reality that no one is watching out for you except you…

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Season 32

  • S32E01 Kipp, Frank McCourt, Playing Ball with the KGB

    • September 19, 1999
    • CBS

    “Kipp” examines a successful public school program that uses discipline, long hours, and a contract. “Frank McCourt” talks to the author about his Pulitzer Prize winning book. “Playing Ball with the KGB” talks to a Russian millionaire who is in the middle of a KGB investigation. “Andy Rooney” talks about events from the summer.

  • S32E02 Dutch, Vice Versa

    • September 26, 1999
    • CBS

    “Dutch” talks to Ronald Reagan’s biographer Edmund Morris about the biography that took him 14 years to write. “Vice Versa” looks at a dispute over Alabama State University’s scholarships to attract white students to the historically black college. “Andy Rooney” talks about reporters who do reports from interesting locations.

  • S32E03 The Blue Wall of Silence, TB, David L. Wolper

    • October 3, 1999
    • CBS

    “The Blue Wall of Silence” looks at how police officers who report crimes by other officers are often subject to retribution. “TB” examines how tuberculosis is becoming deadlier due to its growing resistance to drugs. “David L. Wolper” interviews the famous producer. “Andy Rooney” talks about former presidents.

  • S32E04 Ron Reagan on Ronald Reagan, The Scuffed Halls of Ivy: Emory University, Doing the Right Thing?

    • October 10, 1999
    • CBS

    “Ron Reagan on Ronald Reagan” talks to the son of the president about his father. “The Scuffed Halls Of Ivy: Emory University” looks at a professor who was forced out due to politics. “Doing the Right Thing?” examines whether the L.A.P.D. allowed a shoot-out suspect to die after he surrendered. “Andy Rooney” talks about the end of the world.

  • S32E05 Why So Expensive?, Cop Killer, Strive, a Second Look

    • October 17, 1999
    • CBS

    “Why So Expensive?” examines while senior citizens are traveling to Canada to buy the prescription drugs. “Cop Killer” looks at how a model prisoner has been stopped repeatedly from getting parole. “Strive, a Second Look” takes another look at a training program that assists people on welfare. “Andy Rooney” goes on-board a nuclear submarine.

  • S32E06 President Bradley?, Knee Deep in Fraud, Cruising for Fun and Profit

    • October 24, 1999
    • CBS

    “President Bradley?” profiles the former Senator from New Jersey who is running for president. “Knee Deep in Fraud” investigates fraud in California’s health-care system. “Cruising for Fun and Profit” investigates how cruise lines bring in large profiles but pay little in taxes. “Andy Rooney” talks about presidential candidates for the 2000 election.

  • S32E07 You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, The Pill, The Eyes

    • October 31, 1999
    • CBS

    “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” interviews and profiles cartoonist Charles Schulz. “The Pill” investigates whether and illness suffered by Gulf War veterans may be due to a mandatory medication given to them to counteract nerve gas. “The Eyes” talks to three blind men about their lives. “Andy Rooney” talks about a large check he was sent in error.

  • S32E08 On Trial for Murder, Lord of the Manor, A Doctor in the House?, Con Man

    • November 7, 1999
    • CBS

    “On Trial for Murder” looks at the case of an 11 year old boy who is charged with murder. “Lord of the Manor” looks at the feud surrounding Gardiner Island. “A Doctor in the House?” examines why many new doctors in the United States are trained overseas. “Con Man” investigates a man who conned elderly Americans out of over $200 million using a lottery pool scheme. “Andy Rooney” looks at out-of-town newspapers.

  • S32E09 Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later, Gold in Them Thar Schools, Oh Lord!

    • November 14, 1999
    • CBS

    “Haiti: 5 Years and A Billion Dollars Later” examines whether aid from the U.S. has helped restore Haiti’s government and justice system. “Gold in Them Thar Schools” looks at the controversial for-profit Edison Schools. “Oh Lord!” looks at reforms in the British House of Lords. “Andy Rooney” talks about car bumpers.

  • S32E10 Untouchable?, Carol Burnett, R.U.C.

    • November 21, 1999
    • CBS

    “Untouchable?” examines the disappearance of alleged drug kingpin Mario Villanueva who was suppose to be under heavy police surveillance. “Carol Burnett” profiles the comedian. “R.U.C.” examines Northern Ireland’s heavily Protestant Royal Ulster Constabulary. “Andy Rooney” talks about women on navy submarines and in sports locker rooms.

  • S32E11 Suicide or Murder?, Not as Private as You Think, Slam!

    • November 28, 1999
    • CBS

    “Suicide or Murder?” examines the death of Captain Gordon Hess which many believe to have been a homicide. “Not as Private as You Think” examines how Internet companies are compiling information about consumers. “Slam!” looks at a new form of poetry. “Andy Rooney” looks at medication side effects.

  • S32E12 Miranda, Columbia's Andres Pastrana, President Gore?

    • December 5, 1999
    • CBS

    “Miranda” talks to a professor who wants to overturn the Supreme Court case which led to the police warning. “Columbia’s Andres Pastrana” talks to the president of Columbia who wants more U.S. help in the was on drugs. “President Gore?” talks to the vice president about his candidacy for the presidency. “Andy Rooney” talks about new years.

  • S32E13 Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Rumpole of the Bailey, Agent Orange

    • December 12, 1999
    • CBS

    “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” examines how the law governing homosexuals in the military has been largely disregarded. “Rumpole of the Bailey” talks to the creator of the popular fictional lawyer. “Agent Orange” examines the controversial defoliant used by the military during the Vietnam War. “Andy Rooney” talks about the best athletes of the century.

  • S32E14 The Secrecy Clause, Big Chicken, Hello, I'm in Finland

    • December 19, 1999
    • CBS

    “The Secrecy Clause” looks at how some pharmaceutical companies are using secrecy clauses to suppress research that may undermine their profits. “Big Chicken” examines how the chicken industry treats its workers. “Hello, I’m in Finland” looks at why Finland has one of the most advance telephone systems on Earth. “Andy Rooney” talks about packaging.

  • S32E15 D.U., Miracle on 43rd Street, Wanted

    • December 26, 1999
    • CBS

    “D.U.” investigates the use of depleted uranium in the Gulf War and whether U.S. soldiers were unnecessarily exposed to it. “Miracle on 43rd Street” examines an old hotel has been renovated for use to support housing for the homeless. “Wanted” examines the case of a St. Kitts businessman who is wanted for drug trafficking. “Andy Rooney” talks about buying your own Christmas president.

  • S32E16 Need Cash?, Bill Parcells, His Honor, the Mayor

    • January 2, 2000
    • CBS

    “Need Cash?” looks at how some automobile title lenders have been charging exorbitant interest rates. “Bill Parcells” talks to the New York Jets Coach about his career. “His Honor, the Mayor” talks to Jerry Brown the former Governor of California who is now the Mayor of Oakland. “Andy Rooney” talks about history and its influence on the present.

  • S32E17 Adopt Me, Denzel, Boris Yeltsin

    • January 9, 2000
    • CBS

    “Adopt Me” examines the controversial of adoption parties for special needs children. “Denzel” profiles the popular actor Denzel Washington. “Boris Yeltsin” examines the legacy of the Russian president and look at how he has a reputation of being both a hero and a corrupt politician. “Andy Rooney” talks about advertising something as the best.

  • S32E18 MTBE, Ben Zander

    • January 16, 2000
    • CBS

    “MTBE” investigates how a gasoline additive used by oil companies to satisfy the clean air act is now polluting groundwater. “Ben Zander” profiles the conductor of the Boston Philharmonic. “Andy Rooney” talks about news stories that sound like they are too good to be true.

  • S32E19 Southern Exposure, Come Dancing, Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief

    • January 23, 2000
    • CBS

    “Southern Exposure” investigates allegations of racial discrimination at the Savannah River Nuclear Site. “Come Dancing” looks at the growth of competitive of ballroom dance. “Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief” profiles the controversial hacker. “Andy Rooney” talks about symbols and the Confederate flag.

  • S32E20 Carol Burnett, Big Man, Big Voice, The Diva Next Door

    • January 30, 2000
    • CBS

    “Carol Burnett” rebroadcasts a profile of the popular comedian. “Big Man, Big Voice” rebroadcasts a profile of a German singer who suffers from birth defects due to thalidomide. “The Diva Next Door” rebroadcasts a profile of opera singer Renee Fleming. “Andy Rooney” talks about car advertisement.

  • S32E21 Ethnic Profiling, Gross National Happiness, The Court-Martial of Major Bates

    • February 6, 2000
    • CBS

    “Ethnic Profiling” talks to a former CIA Employee who thinks he was fired because he is Jewish. “Gross National Happiness” visits the country of Bhutan which focuses more on happiness than economic growth. “The Court-Martial of Major Bates” talks to a major who may face court-martial due to his refusal to accept an Anthrax Vaccination. “Andy Rooney” talks about the ten best unimportant inventions.

  • S32E22 You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, LAPD Confidential, Unfortunate and Untrue?

    • February 13, 2000
    • CBS

    “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” rebroadcasts a profile of cartoonist Charles Schulz who recently passed away. “LAPD Confidential” looks at how a whistle-blower exposed the LAPD’s controversial domestic abuse policy. “Unfortunate and Untrue?” looks at the questionable past of an author who wrote a book critical of George W. Bush. “Andy Rooney” talks about the new dollar coin released by the U.S. Mint.

  • S32E23 Hit List?, Kevin Spacey, Whose Country Is It?

    • February 20, 2000
    • CBS

    “Hit List?” looks at how some anti-abortion activists are publishing personal information about abortion doctors. “Kevin Spacey” interviews the popular actor about his life and career. “Whose Country Is It?” examines the conflict in Israel between secular people and ultra-orthodox Jews. “Andy Rooney” talks about presidential press conferences.

  • S32E24 Echelon, Scam, King Coal

    • February 27, 2000
    • CBS

    “Echelon” examines the NSA program which uses listening posts around the world to monitor electronic communication. “Scam” looks at how some fake artistic masterpieces have fooled major auction houses. “King Coal” examines whether mountaintop removal mining is bad for the people of West Virginia. “Andy Rooney” rates the presidential candidates.

  • S32E25 Columbine Effect, Dikembe Mutombo, Who Is Arnon Milchan?

    • March 5, 2000
    • CBS

    “Columbine Effect” looks at how an Alabama school is having a problem dealing with a violent student because he is also considered disabled. “Dikembe Mutombo” talks to the basketball star about his efforts to provide medical care in the Congo. “Who Is Arnon Milchan?” profiles a former Israeli intelligence officer who is now a film producer. “Andy Rooney” looks at viewer mail.

  • S32E26 Timothy McVeigh, The Bodyguard's Story

    • March 12, 2000
    • CBS

    “Timothy McVeigh” interviews the man sentenced to death for setting off a bomb in Oklahoma City that destroyed the Murrah Federal Building and killed 168 people. “The Bodyguard’s Story” interviews the bodyguard of Princess Diana who was the only person to survive the car accident that killed her.

  • S32E27 Hitler's Pope, Women and the Web, Ciao Venezia

    • March 19, 2000
    • CBS

    “Hitler’s Pope” looks at criticism against Pope Pius XII for his silence against Hitler’s extermination of the Jews during World War II. “Women and the Web” looks at the increasing influence of women in computer-related professions. “Ciao Venezia” talks to the Mayor of Venice who wants to slow tourism to curb pollution in the city. “Andy Rooney” talks about the primaries and democracy.

  • S32E28 By Faith Alone, Tom Joyner, Locked Up for Life?

    • March 26, 2000
    • CBS

    “By Faith Alone” looks at how the government Medicare system is paying for the non-medical care of Christian Scientists who religiously oppose the use of doctors. “Tom Joyner” profiles the popular radio host. “Locked Up for Life?” looks at the plight of INS detainees who have been arrested for crimes and must be deported, but cannot be deported because their countries of origin refuse to take them back. “Andy Rooney” talks about the census.

  • S32E29 Broken Promises, Queen Rania, Eric Clapton

    • April 2, 2000
    • CBS

    “Broken Promises” examines how Native Americans have lost billions of dollars because the U.S. government has mishandled their records. “Queen Rania” interviews and profiles the queen of Jordan. “Eric Clapton” interviews and profiles the popular musician. “Andy Rooney” talks about displaying the Ten Commandments outside of schools.

  • S32E30 Cyber War, Addicted to Orchids, Voice of the Farmer

    • April 9, 2000
    • CBS

    “Cyber War” examines how significant U.S. infrastructure is controlled by computers which may be subject to cyber attack. “Addicted to Orchids” looks at the $9 billion-a-year orchid industry. “Voice of the Farmer” examines how the American Farm Bureau is doing more to support big agribusiness companies than family farmers. “Andy Rooney” talks about professional wrestling.

  • S32E31 Elian's Father, The Power of Positive Speaking, Laundering Drug Money?

    • April 16, 2000
    • CBS

    “Elian’s Father” talks to the father Elian Gonzalez who wants his son to return to Cuba. “The Power of Positive Speaking” takes a look at motivational speaking. “Laundering Drug Money?” examines whether U.S. customs shut down an investigation to protect a politician in Mexico. “Andy Rooney” talks about whether Elian Gonzalez should return to Cuba.

  • S32E32 Different Kind of Governor, The Dirty War, The Lemba

    • April 23, 2000
    • CBS

    “Different Kind of Governor” profiles New Mexico’s Gary Johnson who argues that some drugs should be legal. “The Dirty War” looks at how some of the child survivors of Argentina’s Dirty War were adopted by the very people who murdered their parents. “The Lemba” looks at a black African tribe that claims to be Jewish and the DNA evidence that may corroborate their claim. “Andy Rooney” talks about automobile names.

  • S32E33 Death Penalty, The Bishop Estate, Picking Up the Pieces

    • April 30, 2000
    • CBS

    “Death Penalty” examines why Illinois Governor George Ryan has called a moratorium on executions in his state. “The Bishop Estate” looks at the scandal and corruption that is rocking a charitable trust set up to help Hawaiian school children. “Picking Up the Pieces” profiles Anthony Williams the new mayor of Washington D.C. who needs to clean up the city’s government. “Andy Rooney” talks about the hate mail he has received.

  • S32E34 The Colonel's Wife, A Right That Could Be Wrong, The Bicycle Thief

    • May 7, 2000
    • CBS

    “The Colonel’s Wife” interviews the wife of a U.S. Army colonel who was recently convicted of drug smuggling. “A Right That Could Be Wrong” examines how the mentally ill may no longer have the right to refuse their medication. “The Bicycle Thief” examines California’s three strikes law that puts three-time offenders in jail for 25-years-to-life even if they have committed only non-violent crimes. “Andy Rooney” talks about how young people throw out more junk than old people.

  • S32E35 Who Killed Malcolm X?, The Seamy Side of Paradise, Ready, Willing & Able

    • May 14, 2000
    • CBS

    “Who Killed Malcolm X?” talks to Louis Farrakhan and Malcolm X’s daughter about the death of the civil rights activist. “The Seamy Side of Paradise” talks to a priest who is working in the slums of Jamaica. “Ready, Willing And Able” looks at a unique program for the homeless in New York City that puts them to work, provides room and board, and even educates them. “Andy Rooney” talks about Mother’s Day.

  • S32E36 Bishop Spong, Kevin Mitnick: Cyber Thief, Carlos Acosta's Story

    • May 21, 2000
    • CBS

    “Bishop Spong” profiles the controversial Episcopal bishop Jack Spong. “Kevin Mitnick: Cyber Thief” rebroadcasts a segment on the infamous hacker. “Carlos Acosta’s Story” profiles the popular Cuban ballet dancer. “Andy Rooney” talks about the cluttered office space of his fellow correspondents.

  • S32E37 Charlton Heston, 50,000 White Farmers, Miranda

    • May 28, 2000
    • CBS

    “Charlton Heston” rebroadcasts a profile of the actor who is now head of the NRA. “50,000 White Farmers” rebroadcasts a segment on how white farmers in South Africa are the targets of crime and assault. “Miranda” rebroadcasts a segment on whether Miranda v. Arizona should be overturned. “Andy Rooney” talks about car bumpers.

  • S32E38 The Defector, The Court-Martial of Major Bates, The Year of the Woman

    • June 4, 2000
    • CBS

    “The Defector” investigates the case of an Iranian defector who claims that Iran was responsible for the bombing of Pan Am 103. “The Court-Martial of Major Bates” rebroadcasts a segment on a major who may face court-martial due to his refusal to accept an Anthrax Vaccination. “The Year of the Woman” rebroadcasts a segment on the abuse of women in India. “Andy Rooney” talks about side effects to medicine.

  • S32E39 On Trial for Murder, Knee Deep in Fraud, The Forgotten Hostage

    • June 11, 2000
    • CBS

    “On Trial for Murder” rebroadcasts a look at the case of an 11 year old boy who is charged with murder. “Knee Deep in Fraud” rebroadcasts an investigation into fraud in California’s health-care system. “The Forgotten Hostage” rebroadcasts a segment on an Israeli soldier who was taken hostage and in Lebanon and has not been heard from in over a decade. “Andy Rooney” talks about clothes in the closet.

  • S32E40 Doing the Right Thing?, Ben Zander, Columbia's Andres Pastrana

    • June 18, 2000
    • CBS

    “Doing the Right Thing?” rebroadcasts an examination into whether the L.A.P.D. allowed a shoot-out suspect to die after he surrendered. “Ben Zander” rebroadcasts a profile of the conductor of the Boston Philharmonic. “Columbia’s Andres Pastrana” rebroadcasts an interview with the president of Columbia who wants more U.S. help in the was on drugs. “Andy Rooney” talks about the new dollar coin.

  • S32E41 Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Cruising for Fun and Profit, Prison Inc.

    • June 25, 2000
    • CBS

    “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” rebroadcasts an examination of how the law governing homosexuals in the military has been largely disregarded. “Cruising for Fun and Profit” rebroadcasts an investigation into how cruise lines bring in large profiles but pay little in taxes. “Prison Inc.” rebroadcasts a segment on the controversial growth of prison labor. “Andy Rooney” talks about natural ingredients in food.

  • S32E42 Suicide or Murder?, Denzel, Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later

    • July 2, 2000
    • CBS

    “Suicide or Murder?” rebroadcasts an examination into the death of Captain Gordon Hess which many believe to have been a homicide. “Denzel” rebroadcasts a profile of the popular actor Denzel Washington. “Haiti: 5 Years and A Billion Dollars Later” rebroadcasts a segment on whether aid from the U.S. has helped restore Haiti’s government and justice system. “Andy Rooney” talks about tourism.

  • S32E43 Harry Potter, Need Cash?, Adopt Me

    • July 9, 2000
    • CBS

    “Harry Potter” rebroadcasts a profile of J.K. Rowling author of the popular fantasy book series. “Need Cash?” rebroadcasts a look at how some automobile title lenders have been charging exorbitant interest rates. “Adopt Me” rebroadcasts a look at adoption parties for special needs children. “Andy Rooney” talks about the ten best unimportant inventions.

  • S32E44 Hitler's Pope?, Kevin Spacey, Voice of the Farmer

    • July 16, 2000
    • CBS

    “Hitler’s Pope” rebroadcasts a look at the criticism of Pope Pius XII for his lack of action during World War II. “Kevin Spacey” rebroadcasts an interview with the popular actor. “Voice of the Farmer” rebroadcasts an examination of how the American Farm Bureau is doing more to support big agribusiness companies than family farmers. “Andy Rooney” talks about charging telemarketers.

  • S32E45 Autopsy, The Scuffed Halls of Ivy: Emory University, TB

    • July 23, 2000
    • CBS

    “Autopsy” rebroadcasts a segment on how hospitals need to do more autopsies. “The Scuffed Halls of Ivy: Emory University” rebroadcasts a segment on a professor who was forced out due to politics. “TB” rebroadcasts a look at drug-resistant tuberculosis. “Andy Rooney” talks about envelopes.

  • S32E46 Dikembe Mutombo, Lord of the Manor, The Columbine Effect

    • July 30, 2000
    • CBS

    “Dikembe Mutombo” rebroadcasts a segment on the basketball star and his efforts to provide medical care in the Congo. “Lord of the Manor” rebroadcasts a look at the feud surrounding Gardiner Island. “Columbine Effect” rebroadcasts a look at how an Alabama school is having a problem dealing with a violent student because he is also considered disabled. “Andy Rooney” talks about mixed nuts.

  • S32E47 Echelon, Frank McCourt, Kipp

    • August 6, 2000
    • CBS

    “Echelon” rebroadcasts a segment on the NSA program which uses listening posts around the world to monitor electronic communication. “Frank McCourt” rebroadcasts an interview with the Pulitzer Prize winning author. “Kipp” rebroadcasts an examination of a successful public school program that uses discipline, long hours, and a contract. “Andy Rooney” talks about car names.

  • S32E48 Spy?, Come Dancing, Not as Private as You Think

    • August 13, 2000
    • CBS

    “Spy?” rebroadcasts a segment on alleged spy and nuclear technician Wen Ho Lee. “Come Dancing” rebroadcasts a look at the growth of competitive of ballroom dance. “Not as Private as You Think” rebroadcasts a segment on how Internet companies are compiling information about consumers. “Andy Rooney” talks about motorized scooters.

  • S32E49 The Bicycle Thief, Gross National Happiness, Whose Country Is It?

    • August 20, 2000
    • CBS

    “The Bicycle Thief” rebroadcasts an examination of California’s three strikes law. “Gross National Happiness” rebroadcasts a segment on the country of Bhutan which focuses more on happiness than economic growth. “Whose Country Is It?” rebroadcasts a look at the conflict in Israel between secular people and ultra-orthodox Jews. “Andy Rooney” talks about the presidential and vice-presidential tickets.

  • S32E50 Coming Apart at the Seams, A Pig Heart?, Eric Clapton

    • August 27, 2000
    • CBS

    “Coming Apart at the Seams” rebroadcasts a segment on the Russian Army and how it is suffering from problems with money and morale. “A Pig Heart?” rebroadcasts a segment on the dangers and possible benefits of xenotransplantation. “Eric Clapton” rebroadcasts a segment on the popular musician. “Andy Rooney” talks about the offices of his fellow correspondents.

  • S32E51 Jiang Zemin, Daniel Barenboim

    • September 3, 2000
    • CBS

    “Jiang Zemin” interviews the President of the People’s Republic of China about his visit to the United States. “Daniel Barenboim” rebroadcasts a segment on the pianist who is considered by some to be the most accomplished all-around living musician in the world. “Andy Rooney” talks about people wearing clothing advertisements.

  • S32E52 Testing, Testing, Testing, The Eyes, Hit List?

    • September 10, 2000
    • CBS

    “Testing, Testing, Testing” looks at how emphasis on passing tests is making good test takers, not necessarily good students. “The Eyes” rebroadcasts a segment on three blind men and their lives. “Hit List?” rebroadcasts a look at how some anti-abortion activists are publishing personal information about abortion doctors. “Andy Rooney” talks about gardening.

  • S32E53 Dr. Wen Ho Lee, Liz Smith, The Bishop Estate

    • September 17, 2000
    • CBS

    “Dr. Wen Ho Lee” updates the case of the atomic scientist who is accused of stealing secrets. “Liz Smith” profiles the controversial gossip columnists. “The Bishop Estate” rebroadcasts a segment looking at the scandal and corruption that is rocking a charitable trust set up to help Hawaiian school children. “Andy Rooney” talks about personality types.

  • S32E54 Vice Versa, Baku, Who Is Arnon Milchan?

    • September 24, 2000
    • CBS

    “Vice Versa” rebroadcasts a look at a dispute over Alabama State University’s scholarships to attract white students to the historically black college. “Baku” rebroadcasts a segment on oil development in the former Soviet republic of Azerbaijan. “Who Is Arnon Milchan?” rebroadcasts a profile of a former Israeli intelligence officer who is now a film producer. “Andy Rooney” talks about being identified by number.

Season 33

  • S33E01 Bridgestone Firestone, Michael Tilson Thomas, Smallpox

    • October 1, 2000
    • CBS

    “Bridgestone Firestone” investigates the tire company due to a series of death that resulted from tire blowouts. “Michael Tilson Thomas” interviews the famous conductor of the San Francisco’s Symphony Orchestra. “Smallpox” looks at the danger posed by the weaponization of the disease that was thought to be eradicated. “Andy Rooney” talks to a handwriting expert.

  • S33E02 Damage Control, Tina Sinatra, Boris Yeltsin

    • October 8, 2000
    • CBS

    “Damage Control” talks to the CEO of the Ford Motor Company about the problems affecting the Ford Explorer SUV. “Tina Sinatra” talks to the daughter of Frank Sinatra about her father’s last years. “Boris Yeltsin” interview the former Russia president who denies that he is ill and argues that Russia is not in bad shape economically. “Andy Rooney” talks about the recent presidential debate.

  • S33E03 America's Worst Nightmare?, Sleepless in the Cockpit, Bud Shuster

    • October 15, 2000
    • CBS

    “America’s Worst Nightmare?” looks at instability if the Pakistani government and the danger it poses due to the country’s nuclear arsenal. “Sleepless in the Cockpit” looks at the troubling problem of fatigue among commercial airline pilots. “Bud Shuster” looks at the troubling relationship between a House Representative and a lobbyist. “Andy Rooney” talks about Hillary Clinton.

  • S33E04 Dick Clarke, Made to Order, Wall Street Whiz Kid

    • October 22, 2000
    • CBS

    “Dick Clarke” talks to the counter-terrorism expert and looks at the effort to track down the terrorists who bombed the USS Cole. “Made to Order” examines how some parents are using the sperm and eggs of physically and mentally desirable donors to design their own children. “Wall Street Whiz Kid” talks to a teenager who was prosecuted for securities fraud. “Andy Rooney” talks about being a talk show guest.

  • S33E05 Jack Welch, Negative About Affirmative Action, Megan's Law

    • October 29, 2000
    • CBS

    “Jack Welch” interviews the CEO of General Electric. “Negative About Affirmative Action” looks at a lawsuit which charges that the University of Michigan refused to enroll three white students while enrolling less qualified minority students. “Megan’s Law” looks at whether convicted sex offenders have a right to privacy. “Andy Rooney” talks about commercialism.

  • S33E06 Yasir Arafat, You've Got Mail, The 450 Million Dollar Scam

    • November 5, 2000
    • CBS

    “Yasir Arafat” interviews the Palestinian leader about the escalation of violence in Israel. “You’ve Got Mail” examines how Republican and Democrats are raising money through direct mail techniques. “The 450 Million Dollar Scam” looks at how white collar criminals managed to loot an insurance company for almost a half a billion dollars. “Andy Rooney” talks about voters and non-voters.

  • S33E07 The MMR Vaccine, The Crossroad, The Calendar Girls

    • November 12, 2000
    • CBS

    “The MMR Vaccine” examines the the belief that the MMR Vaccine causes autism and talks to doctors who stress that there is no real evidence for this belief. “The Crossroad” reports on the growing violence in the Gaza Strip’s Netzarem Junction. “The Calendar Girls” profiles a group of middle-age British women who raised money for cancer by posing in nude in a calendar. “Andy Rooney” talks about the recent election controversy in Florida.

  • S33E08 Officer Young, The Orchestra, Fish Fuss

    • November 19, 2000
    • CBS

    “Officer Young” examines the case of Cornel Young Jr. a black off-duty police officer who was killed by two white police officers when he tried to help them in an arrest. “The Orchestra” looks at a children’s classical orchestra in Venezuela. “Fish Fuss” looks at the government’s multi-billion dollar effort to save salmon in the Pacific Northwest. “Andy Rooney” talks about the close presidential election.

  • S33E09 Election Update, Delayed, Presidente Fox

    • November 26, 2000
    • CBS

    “Election Update” looks at current developments in the U.S. presidential election controversy. “Delayed” examines flight delays and how they are becoming a growing problem for air travelers. “Presidente Fox” profiles the new president of Mexico Vicente Fox who was elected on an anti-corruption and anti-poverty platform. “Andy Rooney” talks about wires.

  • S33E10 Al Gore, Internal Affairs, FISA

    • December 3, 2000
    • CBS

    “Al Gore” interviews the vice president about the recent election controversy. “Internal Affairs” talks to a former police officer who claims that the police force took revenge on him after he uncovered corruption while he was head of the Internal Affairs division. “FISA” looks at how the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act allowed the FBI to set up a special operation that allowed them to entrap and convict an American couple of espionage. “Andy Rooney” talks about explaining the recent presidential election to people from a different country.

  • S33E11 Dot-Com Millionaires?, God, Women and Medicine, Brain Fingerprinting

    • December 10, 2000
    • CBS

    “Dot-Com Millionaires?” looks at how many Internet companies are going out of business. “God, Women and Medicine” examines how mergers and consolidations have put 40% of the largest health care systems in the U.S. under the control of the Roman Catholic Church. “Brain Fingerprinting” looks at an effort to use brainwaves to catch criminals. “Andy Rooney” talks about presents one should not give for Christmas.

  • S33E12 Notra Trulock, Tom Hanks, The Rosenberg Case

    • December 17, 2000
    • CBS

    “Notra Trulock” talks to the former Director of Intelligence for the Department of Energy who oversaw the investigation into the theft of nuclear secrets at the U.S. National laboratories. “Tom Hanks” interviews the famous actor. “The Rosenberg Case” examines the case of former radical who has served 16 years in prison for weapons possession. “Andy Rooney” talks about new president George W. Bush.

  • S33E13 The Mormons, Dikembe Mutombo, Ben Zander

    • December 24, 2000
    • CBS

    “The Mormons” looks at one of the fastest growing religions in the world and talks to its president. “Dikembe Mutombo” talks to the NBA star who is using his wealth to help people in his home country of the Congo. “Ben Zander” rebroadcasts a profile of the conductor of Boston’s Philharmonic Orchestra. “Andy Rooney” talks about past Christmas commentaries.

  • S33E14 Harry Potter, Tina Sinatra, Evelyn Glennie

    • December 31, 2000
    • CBS

    “Harry Potter” rebroadcasts a profile of J.K. Rowling author of the popular fantasy book series. “Tina Sinatra” rebroadcasts an interview with Frank Sinatra’s daughter and discusses his connections with the Mafia. “Evelyn Glennie” rebroadcasts a profile of the celebrated percussionist. “Andy Rooney” talks about his Christmas gifts.

  • S33E15 Wal-Mart, Any Given Sunday, The Tiananmen Papers

    • January 7, 2001
    • CBS

    “Wal-Mart” examines several lawsuits that have been brought against the large retail chain. “Any Given Sunday” looks at an offshore Internet company that is facilitating illegal betting on professional sports. “The Tiananmen Papers” examines secret documents that reportedly detail the debate among China’s leaders about whether to use force against student protesters in 1989. “Andy Rooney” talks about ten good things about the United States.

  • S33E16 Earth Liberation Front, The Pope's Maestro, The Strange Case of Dr. Shipman

    • January 14, 2001
    • CBS

    “Earth Liberation Front” examines the ecoterrorist group that has destroyed $37 million worth of property over four years. “The Pope’s Maestro” profiles the Jewish conductor who has become the musical director for the head of the Roman Catholic Church. “The Strange Case of Dr. Shipman” goes to the United Kingdom where the police have caught a serial killer who has been targeting his elderly patients. “Andy Rooney” talks about his name appearing in a 150 year old book.

  • S33E17 The Osprey, Nothing More to Worry About?, Zimbabwe

    • January 21, 2001
    • CBS

    “The Osprey” investigates the Marines’ crash-plagued MV-22 Osprey aircraft. “Nothing More to Worry About?” examines how the AIDS problem could be getting worse rather than getting better. “Zimbabwe” looks at the Africa country which is now on the verge of collapse. “Andy Rooney” talks about President Bush selecting his new cabinet.

  • S33E18 The Great Escape, Arctic Oil, School for the Homeless

    • February 4, 2001
    • CBS

    “The Great Escape” interviews one of the Texas Seven who recounts the escape and how they avoided law enforcement for six weeks. “Arctic Oil” examines the debate over drilling in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. “School for the Homeless” looks at the Thomas J. Pappas School in Phoenix which is dedicated to educating homeless children. “Andy Rooney” talks about presidential speeches.

  • S33E19 Sleeping Sickness, Joe the Jailer, Bryonn Bain of Harvard

    • February 11, 2001
    • CBS

    “Sleeping Sickness” talks to doctors who are treating the illness that pharmaceutical companies have stopped making the cure for. “Joe the Jailer” profiles the controversial Arizona sheriff that is drawing both praise and criticism for his treatment of convicts. “Bryonn Bain of Harvard” talks to a black Harvard Law student who was wrongfully arrested after being profiled. “Andy Rooney” talks about prices and inflation.

  • S33E20 Online U, The Wrong Man?, Diamonds

    • February 18, 2001
    • CBS

    “Online U” looks at the growing trend of for-profit online college education and examines of some its problems. “The Wrong Man?” looks at the case of Charles Schwarz who may have been wrongly convicted of assault on a Haitian immigrant. “Diamonds” looks at De Beers’s monopoly on the diamond business. “Andy Rooney” talks about education in the United States.

  • S33E21 Needles, David Boies, Whose Body Is It Anyway?

    • February 25, 2001
    • CBS

    “Needles” looks at the dangers posed by needles to medical professionals. “David Boies” profiles the successful high powered corporate attorney. “Whose Body Is It Anyway? examines how private companies are patenting genetic material. ”Andy Rooney″ talks about saving money in the military.

  • S33E22 President Simmons, Mammoni, Alternative Medicine

    • March 4, 2001
    • CBS

    “President Simmons” profiles the first African American woman to be named president of an Ivy League University. “Mammoni” looks at the growing trend in Italy of adult unmarried men living at home with their parents. “Alternative Medicine” talks to a doctor who endorses the use of herbal supplements and yoga. “Andy Rooney” talks about President Bush’s address before Congress.

  • S33E23 Here Comes the Judge, Who's Next, Russia's New Czars?

    • March 11, 2001
    • CBS

    “Here Comes the Judge” profiles Judge Leslie Crocker Snyder one of the toughest judges in New York. “Who’s Next” examines the scientific, ethical, and political controversies surrounding the cloning of human beings. “Russia’s New Czars?” talks to Russian billionaire Boris Berezovsky about his problems with the Russian government.

  • S33E24 Giant Killer, Caught Up in a Custody Battle, Smart TV

    • March 18, 2001
    • CBS

    “Giant Killer” profiles successful corporate attorney Willie Gary. “Caught Up in a Custody Battle” looks at how some parents must fight to get their children back after they were taken to a foreign country. “Smart TV” looks at a new technology that may revolutionize how we watch television. “Andy Rooney” talks about soft drinks.

  • S33E25 252, They Mean Business, Dillard's

    • March 25, 2001
    • CBS

    “252” talks to the sports agent behind Alex Rodriguez’s huge contract with the Texas Rangers. “They Mean Business” looks at several companies that are fighting the EPA for trying to close them down. “Dillard’s” investigates whether the department store’s use of off-duty police officers as security guards has led to unnecessary harm. “Andy Rooney” talks about swearing in movies.

  • S33E26 The Boy Scouts, Of Mice and Men, Hit Squads

    • April 1, 2001
    • CBS

    “The Boy Scouts” looks at the organization’s controversial new policy of disallowing homosexuals. “Of Mice and Men” looks at the lax rules governing the use of human subjects in clinical medical research. “Hit Squads” examines whether Israeli is targeting the right people for assassination in Palestine. “Andy Rooney” talks about head-wear.

  • S33E27 The FBI and the Mob, The Trillion Dollar Question, The Rocket

    • April 8, 2001
    • CBS

    “The FBI and the Mob” examines whether Boston mobster James ’Whitey’ Bulger committed his crimes with the assistance of the FBI. “The Trillion Dollar Question” examines the question of whether the U.S. government should pay reparations for the damage done by slavery. “The Rocket” profiles pitcher Roger Clemens. “Andy Rooney” talks about a union for airline passengers.

  • S33E28 Darryl Strawberry, Mel Brooks on Broadway, Stolen Lives

    • April 15, 2001
    • CBS

    “Darryl Strawberry” looks at the former Baseball start who is struggling with addiction. “Mel Brooks on Broadway” talks to the comedian about the Broadway adaptation of one of his hit films. “Stolen Lives” talks to a woman who suffered at the hands of King Hassan of Morocco. “Andy Rooney” talks about images of Jesus.

  • S33E29 Doctor's Dilemma, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Genes

    • April 22, 2001
    • CBS

    “Doctor’s Dilemma” talks to a doctor who must treat a mentally ill murderer so that he is well enough to be executed. “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” profiles the success Comedy Central host. “Genes” examines a genetic research company that has gained access to almost all of Iceland’s health records. “Andy Rooney” talks about China.

  • S33E30 Caught on Tape, Shoot the Fox, The Sudbury Way

    • April 29, 2001
    • CBS

    “Caught on Tape” examines a secret recording that could implicate the president of Ukraine in illegal activities. “Shoot the Fox” looks at an effort to ban fox hunting in England. “The Sudbury Way” examines a school that gives no tests, has no grades, and makes no required classes. “Andy Rooney” responds to viewers.

  • S33E31 Compassionate Use, The Tiny TV Network with a Big Mouth, Back to My Lai

    • May 6, 2001
    • CBS

    “Compassionate Use” examines how pharmaceutical companies can sometimes offer drugs to critically ill patients before clinical trials for those drugs have been completed. “The Tiny TV Network with a Big Mouth” looks at Qatar’s Al-Jazerra television network. “Back to My Lai” follows two Americans who saved lives during the My Lai massacre as they return to visit Vietnam and meet some of the people they saved. “Andy Rooney” talks about Bob Kerry’s military service in Vietnam.

  • S33E32 The Execution of Timothy McVeigh, The Memorial

    • May 13, 2001
    • CBS

    “The Execution of Timothy McVeigh” talks to the controversial Oklahoma City bomber about his looming execution and also talks to survivors of that attack who offer their thoughts on the bomber. “The Memorial” looks at the memorial to the attack that was built on the site where the Murrah Federal Building once stood. “Andy Rooney” talks about the death penalty.

  • S33E33 Murder or Suicide?, DNA Dragnet, Cash Crop

    • May 20, 2001
    • CBS

    “Murder or Suicide?” examines the assassination of an American priest in Kenya. “DNA Dragnet” looks at how there are serious civil liberties issues involved in law enforcement’s collection and storage of DNA samples. “Cash Crop” looks at insurance companies that are selling insurance policies for crops that are known to fail. “Andy Rooney” talks angering people.

  • S33E34 Delayed, Arctic Oil, Gold in Them Thar Schools

    • May 27, 2001
    • CBS

    “Delayed” rebroadcasts a segment that examines flight delays and how they are becoming a growing problem for air travelers. “Arctic Oil” rebroadcasts a segment on the debate over drilling in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. “Gold in Them Thar Schools” rebroadcasts a look at the controversial for-profit Edison Schools. “Andy Rooney” talks about being a talk show guest.

  • S33E35 The Preacher's Daughter, Billion Dollar Business, His Honor the Mayor

    • June 3, 2001
    • CBS

    “The Preacher’s Daughter” talks to the daughter of Billy Graham about becoming a preacher. “Billion Dollar Business” investigates the billion dollar sex trade of Eastern Europe. “His Honor the Mayor” rebroadcasts a segment on Milton Milan the controversial mayor of Camden. “Andy Rooney” talks about deciding what to do first.

  • S33E36 Bridgestone Firestone, In Memory of Alisa, Death by Doctor

    • June 10, 2001
    • CBS

    “Bridgestone Firestone” rebroadcasts an investigation into the tire company and several deaths caused by tire blowouts. “In Memory of Alisa” rebroadcasts a segment on a lawyer who fought for the right to sue states that sponsor terrorism. “Death by Doctor” rebroadcasts a segment on euthanasia activist Jack Kevorkian. “Andy Rooney” talks about inflation.

  • S33E37 The Osprey, The Strange Case of Dr. Shipman, Not as Private as You Think

    • June 17, 2001
    • CBS

    “The Osprey” rebroadcasts an investigation into the the Marines’ crash-plagued MV-22 Osprey aircraft. “The Strange Case of Dr. Shipman” rebroadcasts a segment on a British serial killer who has been targeting his elderly patients. “Not as Private as You Think” rebroadcasts a segment on how Internet companies are tracking the online habits of consumers. “Andy Rooney” talks about improving education.

  • S33E38 President Simmons, The Earth Liberation Front, Nothing More to Worry About?

    • June 24, 2001
    • CBS

    “President Simmons” rebroadcasts a profile of the first African American woman to be named president of an Ivy League University. “The Earth Liberation Front” rebroadcasts a segment on the ecoterrorist group that is responsible for millions in damages. “Nothing More to Worry About?” rebroadcasts a segment on the AIDS crisis. “Andy Rooney” talks about packaging.

  • S33E39 Why So Expensive?, Officer Young, The Orchestra

    • July 1, 2001
    • CBS

    “Why So Expensive?” rebroadcasts a segment on why seniors have been traveling to Canada to buy their prescription drugs. “Officer Young” rebroadcasts a segment on Cornel Young Jr. a black off-duty police officer who was killed by two white police officers when he tried to help them in an arrest. “The Orchestra” rebroadcasts a profile of the children’s classical orchestra in Venezuela. “Andy Rooney” goes to the Bronx Zoo.

  • S33E40 The Boy Scouts, Negative About Affirmative Action, Michael Tilson Thomas

    • July 8, 2001
    • CBS

    “The Boy Scouts” rebroadcasts a look at the organization’s controversial new policy of disallowing homosexuals. “Negative About Affirmative Action” rebroadcasts a look at a lawsuit which charges that the University of Michigan refused to enroll three white students while enrolling less qualified minority students. “Michael Tilson Thomas” rebroadcasts a profile of the famous conductor of the San Francisco’s Symphony Orchestra. “Andy Rooney” talks about tangled wires.

  • S33E41 Sleepless in the Cockpit, Mel Brooks on Broadway, Wall Street Whiz Kid

    • July 15, 2001
    • CBS

    “Sleepless in the Cockpit” rebroadcasts a look at the troubling problem of fatigue among commercial airline pilots. “Mel Brooks on Broadway” rebroadcasts a segment on the comedian adapting one of his hit films for Broadway. “Wall Street Whiz Kid” rebroadcasts a profile of teenager who was prosecuted for securities fraud. “Andy Rooney” talks about soft drinks.

  • S33E42 Made to Order, Dot-Com Millionaires?, Mammoni

    • July 22, 2001
    • CBS

    “Made to Order” rebroadcasts a segment on how some parents are using the sperm and eggs of physically and mentally desirable donors to design their own children. “Dot-Com Millionaires?” rebroadcasts a look at how many Internet companies are going out of business. “Mammoni” rebroadcasts a look at the growing trend in Italy of adult unmarried men living at home with their parents. “Andy Rooney” talks about tourism.

  • S33E43 Online U, Femme Fatale, Whose Body Is It Anyway?

    • July 29, 2001
    • CBS

    “Online U” rebroadcasts a look at the growing trend of for-profit online college education. “Femme Fatale” rebroadcasts a segment on French actress Jeanne Moreau. “Whose Body Is It Anyway?” rebroadcasts an examination of how private companies are patenting genetic material. “Andy Rooney” talks about his co-workers’ cluttered offices.

  • S33E44 Zimbabwe, Giant Killer, Partial Birth Abortion

    • August 5, 2001
    • CBS

    “Zimbabwe” rebroadcasts a look at the Africa country which is now on the verge of collapse. “Giant Killer” rebroadcasts a profile of successful corporate attorney Willie Gary. “Partial Birth Abortion” rebroadcasts a segment on the controversial medical procedure. “Andy Rooney” talks about how politicians end speeches.

  • S33E45 Wanted, 252, Never Too Late

    • August 12, 2001
    • CBS

    “Wanted” rebroadcasts an interview with controversial Bosnia Serb leaders Radovan Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic who both face possible charges for war crimes. “252” rebroadcasts a segment on the agent who negotiated a large contract for baseball player Alex Rodriguez. “Never Too Late” rebroadcasts a segment on older women who are seeking to become parents. “Andy Rooney” talks about the new dollar coin.

  • S33E46 Suicide Bomber, Who's Next?, School for the Homeless

    • August 19, 2001
    • CBS

    “Suicide Bomber” rebroadcasts a segment on the planning that goes into a Palestinian suicide bomber.“Who’s Next?” rebroadcasts a segment examining the scientific, ethical, and political controversies surrounding the cloning of human beings. “School for the Homeless” rebroadcasts a segment on a school for homeless children. “Andy Rooney” talks about food labeling.

  • S33E47 A Doctor in the House?, The Tiny TV Network with a Big Mouth, The Rocket

    • August 26, 2001
    • CBS

    “A Doctor in the House?” rebroadcasts a segment on how more and more doctors in the United States are coming from foreign countries. “The Tiny TV Network with a Big Mouth” rebroadcasts a segment on Qatar’s Al-Jazerra television network. “The Rocket” rebroadcasts a segment on pitcher Roger Clemens. “Andy Rooney” talks about car bumpers.

  • S33E48 Smallpox, Jack Welch, The Trillion-Dollar Question

    • September 2, 2001
    • CBS

    “Smallpox” rebroadcasts a look at the danger posed by the weaponization of the dangerous disease. “Jack Welch” rebroadcasts an interview with the CEO of General Electric. “The Trillion-Dollar Question” rebroadcasts an examination into whether the U.S. government should pay reparations for the damage done by slavery. “Andy Rooney” talks about throwing away junk.

  • S33E49 Schneider v. Kissinger, Stolen Lives, Shoot the Fox

    • September 9, 2001
    • CBS

    “Schneider v. Kissinger” talks to the family of a Chilean general who is suing Henry Kissinger for his part in a kidnapping that resulted in the general’s death. “Stolen Lives” rebroadcasts a profile of a woman who suffered at the hands of King Hassan of Morocco. “Shoot the Fox” rebroadcasts a segment on an effort to ban fox hunting in England. “Andy Rooney” talks about the side effects of medicine.

  • S33E50 How Secure Is Your Airport?, An American Town, The Three Wise Men, How Intelligent Were We?

    • September 16, 2001
    • CBS

    “How Secure Is Your Airport?” looks at airport security in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. “An American Town” follows a family in New Jersey that is looking for a family member that was working in the World Trade Center. “The Three Wise Men” talks to three major businessmen about how the terrorist attacks will effect the economy. “How Intelligent Were We?” examines the quality of U.S. intelligence. “Andy Rooney” reflects on the aftermath of 9/11.

Season 34

  • S34E01 Lost in America, The Mind of a Suicide Bomber, What Are They Saying About Us?, Laura Bush

    • September 23, 2001
    • CBS

    “Lost in America” examines how the politics of immigration policy made it remarkably easy for members of terror cells to enter the United States. “The Mind of a Suicide Bomber” looks at the psychology of suicide bombers. “What Are They Saying About Us?” looks at what the Arab world thinks of the United States. “Laura Bush” interviews the first lady. “Andy Rooney” warns against haste in the war on terror.

  • S34E02 Are We Safe?, Islam, The Long Gray Line

    • September 30, 2001
    • CBS

    “Are We Safe?” interviews Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson about the dangers of chemical and biological attacks in the United States. “Islam” examines how Muslim in America interpret the Koran differently from those overseas. “The Long Gray Line” interviews West Point cadets about September 11. “Andy Rooney” talks about trains versus airplanes.

  • S34E03 Special Report, Blueprint for Survival, Survivors

    • October 7, 2001
    • CBS

    “Special Report” looks at the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks and examines the United States effort to go after terrorism. “Blueprint for Survival” looks at how America would fare if terrorists used biological or chemical weapons. “Survivors” examines how the investment firm Sandler O’Neill has struggled to reopen after the terrorist attacks on the twin towers. “Andy Rooney” publicly apologizes for criticizing President Bush two week earlier.

  • S34E04 Special Ops, Nuclear Reactors, Condoleezza Rice

    • October 14, 2001
    • CBS

    “Special Ops” interviews four military veterans about what it is like to be part of U.S. Special Forces. “Nuclear Reactors” examines the dangers posed by a terrorist attack on a nuclear plant. “Condoleezza Rice” interviews the national security adviser. “Andy Rooney” argues that the U.S. should try advertising itself.

  • S34E05 The Second Most Wanted Man, Smallpox, Two Faces of Pakistan

    • October 21, 2001
    • CBS

    “The Second Most Wanted Man” profiles Osama bin Laden’s right-hand man Ayman Al-Zawahiri. “Smallpox” examines the danger posed by terrorists using smallpox as a weapon. “Two Faces of Pakistan” talks to Pakistanis who are in favor of U.S. foreign policy. “Andy Rooney” talks about the dangers of terrorist letters.

  • S34E06 Saddam Hussein's Iraq, The Prince, Innocence Lost

    • October 28, 2001
    • CBS

    “Saddam Hussein’s Iraq” goes to Iraq to investigate whether Saddam Hussein lent his support to the terrorist attack on the United States. “The Prince” interviews Saudi Arabian prince Al-Waleed bin Talal. “Innocence Lost” revisits Arab and Israeli teens who graduated from a camp program designed to bring them together. “Andy Rooney” talks about genes and bad people.

  • S34E07 Richard Harris, LBJ Tapes, City Within a City

    • November 4, 2001
    • CBS

    “Richard Harris” interviews the veteran Irish actor. “LBJ Tapes” examines the tape recordings made by Lyndon Johnson and his wife during his presidency. “City Within a City” reports on the volunteers who are supporting the workers at ground zero. “Andy Rooney” talks about displaying the flag.

  • S34E08 The Lost Son, LBJ Tapes, City Within a City

    • November 11, 2001
    • CBS

    “The Lost Son” profiles New York City Police commissioner Bernard Kerik. “LBJ Tapes” rebroadcasts a segment on the tape recordings made by Lyndon Johnson and his wife during his presidency. “City Within a City” rebroadcasts a report on the volunteers who are supporting the workers at ground zero. “Andy Rooney” talks about news across the nation.

  • S34E09 The U.S. Border Patrol, The Pump, Kuwait: Ten Years Later

    • November 18, 2001
    • CBS

    “The U.S. Border Patrol” examines the U.S. Border Control and why it is accused of more crimes than any other law enforcement group. “The Pump” looks at a new heart pump that may save the lives of those who cannot get heart transplants. “Kuwait: Ten Years Later” looks at the Middle Eastern country ten years after the Gulf War. “Andy Rooney” talks about jobs.

  • S34E10 America's Arabs, Kinkade, Castro

    • November 25, 2001
    • CBS

    “America’s Arabs” goes to Dearborn, Michigan, and profiles one of the biggest Arab communities outside the Middle East. “Kinkade” profiles one of the world’s most popular living artist and takes a look at his marketing empire. “Castro” examines how money sent to Cuba by Cuban-Americans is helping to keep Castro in power. “Andy Rooney” talks about bathtubs.

  • S34E11 The Dirty Little Word 'Profiling', Selling the Dream?, Barbara Cook

    • December 2, 2001
    • CBS

    “The Dirty Little Word: Profiling” examines whether officials should profile Arab men at security checkpoints in light of the September 11th attacks. “Selling the Dream?” examines the controversy over the family of Dr. Martin Luther King selling the image and words of the civil rights martyr for profit. “Barbara Cook” interviews the famous Broadway singer. “Andy Rooney” talks about trash.

  • S34E12 Why Did She Do It?, The Candy Man

    • December 9, 2001
    • CBS

    “Why Did She Do It?” interviews Russell Yates about his wife Andrea Yates who admitted to killing all give of her children. “The Candy Man” examines the Milton Hershey School which is one of the richest schools in America that as been established for poor children. “Andy Rooney” talks about newspapers.

  • S34E13 The Secret Life of Robert Hanssen, Hold the Phone, In a League of His Own

    • December 16, 2001
    • CBS

    “The Secret Life of Robert Hanssen” looks at the personal life of the former FBI agent who was also a Russian spy. “Hold the Phone” examines how phone companies use competition to cheat their customers. “In a League of His Own” profiles Jim Jeffords who recently left the Republican party. “Andy Rooney” talks about Muslim beliefs.

  • S34E14 The Greatest, Charlie Did It, The Diva Next Door

    • December 23, 2001
    • CBS

    “The Greatest” rebroadcasts of profile of Muhammad Ali on his career and battle with Parkinson’s Syndrome. “Charlie Did It” interviews former congressman Charles Wilson who championed the Afghan effort against the Soviets in the late 1980s. “The Diva Next Door” rebroadcasts a segment on opera star Renee Fleming. “Andy Rooney” talks about New York since the terrorist attacks.

  • S34E15 The Great One, The Piano Man, Richard Harris, Studs

    • December 30, 2001
    • CBS

    “The Great One” rebroadcasts a profile of entertainer Jackie Gleason. “The Piano Man” rebroadcasts a profile of musician Billy Joel. “Richard Harris” rebroadcasts a profile of the veteran Irish actor. “Studs” profiles the author and radio personality. “Andy Rooney” talks about the significance of numbers in different situations.

  • S34E16 Athens 2004, Fat City, Where's Ours?

    • January 6, 2002
    • CBS

    “Athens 2004” examines the terrorist group 17 November which has conducted more than 100 attacks at the future site of the Olympics. “Fat City” looks at diet clinics in Durham, North Carolina. “Where’s Ours?” looks at charges that college athletes are under-insured and under-compensated. “Andy Rooney” talks about college students.

  • S34E17 Good Intentions, Bad Results, Murder in the Second Degree, Frozen Assets

    • January 13, 2002
    • CBS

    “Good Intentions, Bad Results” investigates a U.S. effort to use herbicide to kill coca plants in Columbia that is having a harmful effect on people and the environment. “Murder in the Second Degree” interviews Brenda Snyder who is accused of killing her own daughter. “Frozen Assets” looks at attempts by families of people killed by the Cuban government to recover damages from decades old Cuban assets frozen by United States. “Andy Rooney” talks about money in sports.

  • S34E18 Torture?, Women in Combat, Ms. Swift

    • January 20, 2002
    • CBS

    “Torture?” examines the effectiveness of torture in the fight against terrorism. “Women in Combat” talks to Lt. Col. Martha McSally who is suing the secretary of defense over a requirement that women where a Muslim garment while off-base in Saudi Arabia. “Ms. Swift” profiles the acting governor of Massachusetts. “Andy Rooney” talks about racist terms.

  • S34E19 Hamas, August Wilson, The FBI's Dirty Little Secret

    • January 27, 2002
    • CBS

    “Hamas” talks to Mousa Abu Marzook about the Palestinian militant group and its differences from Al Qaeda. “August Wilson” profiles the two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright. “The FBI’s Dirty Little Secret” examines how J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI knowingly participated in a conspiracy to send an innocent man to prison. “Andy Rooney” talks about big corporations.

  • S34E20 Harry Potter, Adopt Me, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

    • February 3, 2002
    • CBS

    “Harry Potter” rebroadcasts a profile of author J.K. Rowling who went from being a poor single mother to the world’s most successful author. “Adopt Me” rebroadcasts a segment on adoption fairs. “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” rebroadcasts a profile of the host of the Daily Show. “Andy Rooney” talks about making decisions.

  • S34E21 How Well Oiled Are We?, You Want Fries with That?, Arafat

    • February 10, 2002
    • CBS

    “How Well Oiled Are We?” examines why the United States cannot achieve oil independence. “You Want Fries with That?” investigates the link between fast food and the rise of childhood obesity. “Arafat” interviews the controversial Palestinian leader. “Andy Rooney” talks about airport security.

  • S34E22 What's New in the Art World, Forensic Evidence, In the Belly of the Beast

    • February 17, 2002
    • CBS

    “What’s New in the Art World” looks at the work of a famous elephant artist. “Forensic Evidence” investigates a forensic dentist whose bite-mark analysis is being called into question. “In the Belly of the Beast” rebroadcasts a segment on author and convicted murderer Jack Abbott. “Andy Rooney” talks about patriotism and how it can be a bad thing.

  • S34E23 Tom Welch, Unlocking Parkinson's, Michael Apted

    • February 24, 2002
    • CBS

    “Tom Welch” interviews the man who brought the Olympic games to Salt Lake City and now faces allegations of bribery. “Unlocking Parkinson’s” examines whether deep brain stimulation can help sufferers of advanced Parkinson’s disease. “Michael Apted” profiles the British film director. “Andy Rooney” talks about annoyances with the mail.

  • S34E24 Iraqi National Congress, A Sad Fact of Life, Hotel Pioneer

    • March 3, 2002
    • CBS

    “Iraqi National Congress” talks to a group that have been trying to overthrow Saddam Hussein for years. “A Sad Fact of Life” examines the case of Dr. Robert Weitzel who prescribed doses of morphine that lead to the deaths of five elderly patients. “Hotel Pioneer” looks at the case of Louis Taylor who is accused of an arson that destroyed a Tucson hotel. “Andy Rooney” talks about newsmen and newswomen.

  • S34E25 I.N.S., Elaine Stritch, The American Red Cross

    • March 10, 2002
    • CBS

    “I.N.S.” looks at some of the dangerous problems that plague the Immigration and Naturalization Service. “Elaine Stritch” profiles the celebrated Broadway actress. “The American Red Cross” investigates corruption in the famous charity organization. “Andy Rooney” talks about news shows, talk show, and the Enron hearings.

  • S34E26 John Nash's Beautiful Mind, Poisonous Stew, Dame Judi

    • March 17, 2002
    • CBS

    “John Nash’s Beautiful Mind” interviews the mathematician that is the subject of the best picture nominated film. “Poisonous Stew” investigates why the government is still years away from constructing storage facilities for 90 million gallons of liquid nuclear waste. “Dame Judi” profiles the famous British actress. “Andy Rooney” talks about newspapers.

  • S34E27 On the Waterfront, Malden Mills, One Horrific Day

    • March 24, 2002
    • CBS

    “On the Waterfront” investigates how how American seaports are vulnerable to terrorism due to the massive amount of cargo passing through U.S. customs. “Malden Mills” profiles a textile mill owner that continued to pay his employees after his mill was destroyed by fire. “One Horrific Day” examines the 1941 Jewish pogrom in the Polish town of Jedwabne. “Andy Rooney” looks at movie ads.

  • S34E28 Ariel Sharon, And the Winner Is..., All in the Family

    • March 31, 2002
    • CBS

    “Ariel Sharon” interviews the controversial Prime Minister of Israel. “And the Winner Is...” profiles Academy Award winning actor Denzel Washington. “All in the Family” examines the community based treatment of the mentally ill in Geel, Belgium. “Andy Rooney” talks about the Catholic Church.

  • S34E29 A New Lease on Life, The Biological Clock

    • April 7, 2002
    • CBS

    “A New Lease on Life” examines the work of Duke University oncologist Dr. Henry Friedman who is treating people suffering from brain cancer. “The Biological Clock” talks to career focused women who want children but may be in danger of running out of time. “Andy Rooney” talks about car developments.

  • S34E30 Skin and Bones, Doing Business with Enron, Con Man

    • April 14, 2002
    • CBS

    “Skin and Bones” investigates how some tissue donations are being sold for profit and sometimes for cosmetic surgery. “Doing Business with Enron” reveals how Enron with the help of two U.S. administrations helped build a $3 billion power plant in India that raised Indian electric bills. “Con Man” interviews a French con man who tricked people into believing he was a Rockefeller. “Andy Rooney” talks about Colin Powell’s mission in the Middle East.

  • S34E31 The Archbishop, Pentagon Schools, Dr. Torrey's War

    • April 21, 2002
    • CBS

    “The Archbishop” rebroadcasts a segment on a sex scandal in the Catholic Church. “Pentagon Schools” examines the success of schools that are run by the U.S. Military. “Dr. Torrey’s War” interview pioneering brain researcher Dr. E. Fuller Torrey on mental illness research. “Andy Rooney” talks about scoring in sports.

  • S34E32 North of the Border, Scandal on Ice, Young, American and Muslim

    • April 28, 2002
    • CBS

    “North of the Border” investigates whether there are Al Qaeda terrorist groups in Canada that could easily cross the northern border of the United States. “Scandal on Ice” interviews figure skating judge Marie-Reine Le Gougne about the controversy surrounding Olympic figure skating. “Young, American and Muslim” looks at Muslim schools in the United States. “Andy Rooney” talks about new inventions.

  • S34E33 Hell No, We Won't Go!, Better Safe Than Sorry, The Terrorist's Lawyer

    • May 5, 2002
    • CBS

    “Hell No, We Won’t Go!” examines how 450 Israeli soldiers are refusing to fight in the occupied territories. “Better Safe Than Sorry” examines how tiny breast tumors that may or may not be dangerous can now be detected by sensitive mammograms. “The Terrorist’s Lawyer” profiles controversial attorney Lynne Stewart who now faces charges of terrorism. “Andy Rooney” talks about military rations.

  • S34E34 Is There a Gun in the House?, Halabja 14 Years Later, Hugo Chavez

    • May 12, 2002
    • CBS

    “Is There a Gun in the House?” examines whether doctors should ask their patients as a matter of health whether they have guns in their homes. “Halabja 14 Years Later” goes to Iraqi to re-examines a 1988 chemical gas attack on a small Kurdish town. “Hugo Chavez” interviews the controversial president of Venezuela. “Andy Rooney” talks about libraries.

  • S34E35 Castro, Joe Bonanno, Scars of War

    • May 19, 2002
    • CBS

    “Castro” rebroadcasts an examination into how money sent to Cuba by Cuban-Americans is helping to keep Castro in power. “Joe Bonanno” rebroadcasts an interview with the don of the Bonanno crime family. “Scars of War” goes to Sierra Leone to talk to child soldiers and look at some of the consequences of its decade long civil war. “Andy Rooney” talks about portable computers.

  • S34E36 The Bicycle Thief, Negative About Affirmative Action, The Power of Positive Speaking

    • May 26, 2002
    • CBS

    “The Bicycle Thief” rebroadcasts a segment on California’s three strikes law that puts three-time offenders in jail for 25-years-to-life even if they have committed only non-violent crimes. “Negative About Affirmative Action” rebroadcasts a look at a lawsuit which charges that the University of Michigan refused to enroll three white students while enrolling less qualified minority students. “The Power of Positive Speaking” takes a look at motivational speaking. “Andy Rooney” talks about soft drinks.

  • S34E37 The Man Who Got Away, Elaine Stritch

    • June 2, 2002
    • CBS

    “The Man Who Got Away” goes to Iraqi to interview Abdul Rahman Yasin who was one of the men who helped to make the bombs used in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. “Elaine Stritch” profiles the popular Broadway actress. “Andy Rooney” responds to letters he has received from fans.

  • S34E38 Mubarak of Egypt, Nursing Shortage, Kuwait Ten Years Later

    • June 9, 2002
    • CBS

    “Mubarak of Egypt” interview controversial Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak. “Nursing Shortage” examines the nursing shortage in the United States and how it is impacting nurses in other countries. “Kuwait Ten Years Later” rebroadcasts a look at the Middle Eastern country ten years after the Gulf War. “Andy Rooney” talks about bathtubs.

  • S34E39 The American Red Cross, Hold the Phone, BBC

    • June 16, 2002
    • CBS

    “The American Red Cross” rebroadcasts an investigation into corruption in the famous charity organization. “Hold the Phone” rebroadcasts an examination into how phone companies use competition to cheat their customers. “BBC” takes a look at the British Broadcasting Service’s World Service radio. “Andy Rooney” talks about the International Cat Show.

  • S34E40 The Pump, LBJ Tapes, Con Man

    • June 23, 2002
    • CBS

    “The Pump” rebroadcasts a look at a new heart pump that may save the lives of those who cannot get heart transplants. “LBJ Tapes” rebroadcasts a segment on the tape recordings made by Lyndon Johnson and his wife during his presidency. “Con Man” rebroadcasts an interview with a French con man who tricked people into believing he was a Rockefeller. “Andy Rooney” talks about annoyances with the mail.

  • S34E41 The FBI's Dirty Little Secret, The Biological Clock, The Orchestra

    • June 30, 2002
    • CBS

    “The FBI’s Dirty Little Secret” rebroadcasts a segment on how J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI knowingly participated in a conspiracy to send an innocent man to prison. “The Biological Clock” rebroadcasts a segment on career focused women who want children but may be in danger of running out of time. “The Orchestra” rebroadcasts a segment on a Venezuelan children’s orchestra. “Andy Rooney” talks about food labeling.

  • S34E42 The Osprey, Fat City, Hotel Pioneer

    • July 7, 2002
    • CBS

    “The Osprey” rebroadcasts an investigation into the Marine’s crash-plagued MV-22 Osprey aircraft. “Fat City” rebroadcasts a look at diet clinics in Durham, North Carolina. “Hotel Pioneer” rebroadcasts a segment on Louis Taylor who is accused of an arson that destroyed a Tucson hotel. “Andy Rooney” talks about Handy Andy.

  • S34E43 The FBI and the Mob, Kinkade, Arctic Oil

    • July 14, 2002
    • CBS

    “The FBI and the Mob” rebroadcasts an examination of whether the FBI looked the other way while one its informants committed murder. “Kinkade” rebroadcasts a profile of one of the world’s most popular living artists and takes a look at his marketing empire. “Arctic Oil” rebroadcasts a segment on the controversy over Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. “Andy Rooney” talks about the appearance of newsmen and newswomen.

  • S34E44 The U.S. Border Patrol, Hit List, John Nash's Beautiful Mind

    • July 21, 2002
    • CBS

    “The U.S. Border Patrol” rebroadcasts an examination into the U.S. Border Control and why it is accused of more crimes than any other law enforcement group. “Hit List’ rebroadcasts a segment on anti-abortion activist who publish the names of doctors who perform abortion. ”John Nash’s Beautiful Mind“ rebroadcasts an interview with the mathematician that is the subject of the best picture nominated film. ”Andy Rooney″ talks about genes and human behavior.

  • S34E45 Selling the Dream?, What's New in the Art World, Unlocking Parkinson's

    • July 28, 2002
    • CBS

    “Selling the Dream?” rebroadcasts a segment that examines the controversy over the family of Dr. Martin Luther King selling the image and words of the civil rights martyr for profit. “What’s New in the Art World” rebroadcasts a look at the work of a famous elephant artist. “Unlocking Parkinson’s” rebroadcasts an examination of whether deep brain stimulation can help sufferers of advanced Parkinson’s disease. “Andy Rooney” talks about displaying the flag.

  • S34E46 Murder in the Second Degree, There's No Business Like Shoe Business, August Wilson

    • August 4, 2002
    • CBS

    “Murder in the Second Degree” rebroadcasts and interview with Brenda Snyder who is accused of killing her own daughter. “There’s No Business Like Shoe Business” rebroadcasts a segment on how shoe companies are targeting youths. “August Wilson” rebroadcasts a profile of the two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright. “Andy Rooney” talks about junk food in America.

  • S34E47 Athens 2004, The Dirty Little Word 'Profiling', Malden Mills

    • August 11, 2002
    • CBS

    “Athens 2004” rebroadcasts an examination into the terrorist group 17 November which has conducted more than 100 attacks at the future site of the Olympics. “The Dirty Little Word: Profiling” rebroadcasts a segment on whether officials should profile Arab men at security checkpoints in light of the September 11th attacks. “Malden Mills” rebroadcasts a profile of a textile mill owner that continued to pay his employees after his mill was destroyed by fire. “Andy Rooney” talks about terrible jobs.

  • S34E48 Zimbabwe, Do You Want Fries with That?, The Death Penalty

    • August 18, 2002
    • CBS

    “Zimbabwe” rebroadcasts a segment on the growing political repression and racial violence in the African country. “Do You Want Fries with That?” rebroadcasts an investigation into the link between fast food and childhood obesity. “The Death Penalty” rebroadcasts a segment on George Ryan’s moratorium on the death penalty in Illinois. “Andy Rooney” talks about tangled wires and electrical switches.

  • S34E49 252, Springsteen, Charlie Did It

    • August 25, 2002
    • CBS

    “252” rebroadcasts an interview with sports agent Scott Boras who negotiated a huge contract for baseball player Alex Rodriguez . “Springsteen” rebroadcasts a profile of the popular singer and songwriter. “Charlie Did It” rebroadcasts an interviews with former congressman Charles Wilson who championed the Afghan effort against the Soviets in the late 1980s. “Andy Rooney” talks about army rations.

  • S34E50 The Prince, The War at Home, Young, American and Muslim

    • September 1, 2002
    • CBS

    “The Prince” rebroadcasts an interview with Saudi Arabian prince Al-Waleed bin Talal. “The War at Home” rebroadcasts a report on the high rate of domestic violence in the military. “Young, American and Muslim” rebroadcasts a look at Muslim schools in the United States. “Andy Rooney” talks about trains.

  • S34E51 An American Town, The Commissioner, Survivors, Saudi Arabia, Are We Safe?

    • September 8, 2002
    • CBS

    A special two hour edition looks back at the 9/11 attacks. “An American Town” goes to Summit, New Jersey, to see how the town is dealing from the impact of the 9/11 attacks. “The Commissioner” talks to New York City Fire Commissioner Thomas Von Essen about rescue efforts on 9/11 and the loss of firefighters under his command. “Survivors” revisits the investment firm Sandler O’Neill to see how business is doing a year after the attacks. “Saudi Arabia” looks at the relationship between the United States and the Middle Eastern country in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.

  • S34E52 Broken Promises, Kennewick Man, The Pope's Maestro

    • September 15, 2002
    • CBS

    “Broken Promises” examines how money promises for reconstruction in Afghanistan is yet to arrive. “Kennewick Man” rebroadcasts a segment on the controversy surrounding a 9,000 year old skeleton discovered in Washington state. “The Pope’s Maestro” rebroadcasts a segment on a Jewish conductor who has become the musical director for the Pope. “Andy Rooney” talks about portable computers.

  • S34E53 Torture?, The Candy Man, The $353 Million Con

    • September 22, 2002
    • CBS

    “Torture?” rebroadcasts a segment examining the effectiveness of torture in the fight against terrorism. “The Candy Man” rebroadcasts a segment on the Milton Hershey School which is one of the richest schools in America that as been established for poor children. “The $353 Million Con” rebroadcasts a segment on two con men who defrauded banks for $350 million. “Andy Rooney” talks about stuff in his office.

Season 35

  • S35E01 The Arafat Papers, Over the Hill?, Kidnapped

    • September 29, 2002
    • CBS

    “The Arafat Papers” looks a secret documents seized at Arafat’s headquarter that off evidence him. “Over the Hill?” examines why television and advertising executives cater to youth. “Kidnapped” interviews a woman whose children were kidnapped by their father and taken to Saudi Arabia where they are not allowed to leave. “Andy Rooney” talks about Martha Stewart.

  • S35E02 The Sheriff of Wall Street, Zion's Christian Soldiers, Hubble

    • October 6, 2002
    • CBS

    “The Sheriff of Wall Street” looks at how the the New York State attorney general is suing brokerage firms to stop a conflict of interest that is at the root of some of Wall Street’s troubles. “Zion’s Christian Soldiers” examines how Israel has strong support from the Christian Right though some suspect there may be a hidden agenda. “Hubble” looks at the Hubble space telescope and is historic discoveries. “Andy Rooney” talks about whether we should go to war in Iraq.

  • S35E03 Armed and Dangerous, The Royal Treatment, The End of the Embargo?

    • October 13, 2002
    • CBS

    “Armed and Dangerous” examines whether someone who was involuntarily committed to a mental institution should be allowed to own a gun. “The Royal Treatment” takes a look at a company that is incredibly generous to its workers. “The End of the Embargo?” talks to people who want to end the 40-year trade embargo against Cuba. “Andy Rooney” talks about the doctor-patient relationship.

  • S35E04 Women of Afghanistan, Married Priests, Boys

    • October 20, 2002
    • CBS

    “Women of Afghanistan” examines the plight for women in post-Taliban Afghanistan. “Married Priests” looks at how there are almost one hundred married men serving as Catholic priests in the United States with the blessing of the pope. “Boys” looks at the problem of how boys are falling behind girls at at all levels of education. “Andrew Rooney” talks about being named ’Outrage of the Week’ by CNN’s Capital Gang.

  • S35E05 Lost in Translation, Going Home, The Grand Old Man

    • October 27, 2002
    • CBS

    “Lost in Translation” interviews a FBI whistle-blower who claims that crucial information about terrorism was deliberately not translated in the weeks after 9/11. “Going Home” looks at how African Americans in the north are re-migrating to what was once the segregated south. “The Grand Old Man” looks at the race to replace retiring senator Strom Thurmond. “Andy Rooney” talks about the overabundance of lawsuits in America.

  • S35E06 Doctor Death and His Accomplice, Texas

    • November 3, 2002
    • CBS

    “Doctor Death and His Accomplice” investigates a link between a California doctor and a South African scientist who specialized in germ warfare. “Texas” takes a close look at the Senate and Gubernatorial elections in Texas. “Andy Rooney” talks about the Moscow theater tragedy.

  • S35E07 Toxic Town, Sir David Attenborough, Depressed and on Welfare, Cheaters

    • November 10, 2002
    • CBS

    “Toxic Town” visits Anniston, Alabama, one of the most toxic towns in America. “Sir David Attenborough” interviews the famous documentary director. “Depressed and on Welfare” looks at how clinical depression may be keeping some welfare recipients out of the work force. “Cheaters” examines how cheating has become a serious problem on college campuses. “Andy Rooney” talks about how it is sometimes difficult to open packaging.

  • S35E08 The Inspector, Bush at War, Not the Best Policy

    • November 17, 2002
    • CBS

    “The Inspector” interviews Hans Blix the head of U.N. inspectors in Iraq on his impending search for weapons of mass destruction. “Bush at War” interviews Bob Woodward on his new book about the war on terror. “Not the Best Policy” investigates an insurance company accused of cheating disabled people out of money. “Andy Rooney” talks about how politicians should have to take a Political Aptitude Test.

  • S35E09 Retaliation... Will Not Be Tolerated, Billy Crystal, Jackpot Justice

    • November 24, 2002
    • CBS

    “Retaliation... Will Not Be Tolerated” looks at how an FBI whistle-blower has been harassed for comments he made on 60 Minutes. “Billy Crystal” interviews the popular comedian and Oscar host. “Jackpot Justice” looks at how personal injury lawyers have found a place to file successful lawsuits in Mississippi. “Andy Rooney” talks about Thanksgiving being neglected for Christmas.

  • S35E10 Title IX, Change of Heart, Was It Done with Mirrors?

    • December 1, 2002
    • CBS

    “Title IX” looks at how male athletes are suing due to the anti-discrimination law that has paved the way to women’s collegiate sports. “Change of Heart” examines how prisoners are provided health care by the state. “Was It Done with Mirrors?” looks at theory that centuries old works of art were produced with the use of projection devices. “Andy Rooney” talks about newspapers.

  • S35E11 Buddy, Life Goes on Girl, It Pays to Advertise?

    • December 8, 2002
    • CBS

    “Buddy” interviews the former mayor of Providence, Rhode Island, Vincent ’Buddy’ Cianci about his recent conviction for corruption. “Life Goes on Girl” interviews Nicole Kidman about her new movie and recent break-up with Tom Cruise. “It Pays to Advertise?” examines how the Bush administration is trying to sell the public on a war in Iraq. “Andy Rooney” talks about awards season.

  • S35E12 Al Gore, Iraqi Oil, Who Is Catherine Reynolds?, Negative About Affirmative Action

    • December 15, 2002
    • CBS

    “Al Gore” interviews the former vice president about why he is not running in 2004. “Iraqi Oil” examines whether oil is a motivation for going to war in Iraq. “Who Is Catherine Reynolds?” talks the the wealthy philanthropist who tries to refute charges that her donations come with stings attached. “Negative About Affirmative Action” examines a lawsuit against affirmative action at the University of Michigan.

  • S35E13 Losing Their Marbles, Bad Medicine, Married Priests

    • December 22, 2002
    • CBS

    “Losing Their Marbles” looks at how a debate over ancient marble statues is heating up between Britain and Greece. “Bad Medicine” examines how prescription drugs can be tampered with as they travel through middle men on the way to the pharmacy. “Married Priests” rebroadcasts a segment on married Roman Catholic priests. “Andy Rooney” talks about holiday packing.

  • S35E14 Nursing Shortage, Brother Rick Curry, Gross National Happiness

    • December 29, 2002
    • CBS

    “Nursing Shortage” rebroadcasts a segment on how the United States must recruit nurses from other countries to fill over 120,000 unfilled positions. “Brother Rick Curry” rebroadcasts a segment on a Jesuit brother who runs a workshop for disabled actors. “Gross National Happiness” rebroadcasts a segment on the kingdom of Bhutan which has been regarded as the happiest place on Earth. “Andy Rooney” talks about the changing nature of the doctor-patient relationship.

  • S35E15 Fingerprints, Puzzle Master, Stephen Hawking

    • January 5, 2003
    • CBS

    “Fingerprints” investigates how fingerprint misinterpretation by the police can sometimes lead to wrongful prosecutions. “Puzzle Master” interviews the editor of the New York Times crossword puzzle. “Stephen Hawking” interviews the famous physicist and Lou Gehrig’s disease sufferer. “Andy Rooney” talks about whether being unfamiliar with celebrities is a good or bad thing.

  • S35E16 Closing the Gap, Sheryl Crow, The Age Wave

    • January 12, 2003
    • CBS

    “Closing the Gap” interviews Amram Mitzna who is challenging Ariel Sharon for prime minister of Israel. “Sheryl Crow” interviews the famous singer and songwriter. “The Age Wave” interviews elderly people who are still working and do not want to retire.

  • S35E17 Four Remarkable Women

    • January 26, 2003
    • CBS

    Mike Wallace looks back at some of his favorite interviews. “Barbra Streisand” interviews the famous actress. “Tina Turner” interviews the famous singer. “Shirley” interviews actress Shirley MacLaine. “Candice Bergen/Murphy Brown” profiles the television star.

  • S35E18 The Last Frontier, North Korea, The Wrong Man

    • February 2, 2003
    • CBS

    “The Last Frontier” talks to astronauts and scientists about the explosion of the Space Shuttle Columbia. “North Korea” examines the rarely visited country and witnesses the malnutrition, desperation and deprivation that many people face there. “The Wrong Man” looks at how the FBI wrongly investigated a CIA agent for spying. “Andy Rooney” talks about the recent space shuttle Columbia disaster.

  • S35E19 Yankee Go Home!, Montana Power, Find the Gun

    • February 9, 2003
    • CBS

    “Yankee Go Home!” examines why South Koreans view President Bush as more dangerous as North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il. “Montana Power” investigates how a profitable utility was turned into a penny-stock telecom company that is now nearly bankrupt. “Find the Gun” looks at efforts to create a database that can tie spent shells to the guns that fired them. “Andy Rooney” talks about efforts to put advertisements into entertainment shows.

  • S35E20 Are We Prepared?, Unhealthy Diagnosis, Michael Moore

    • February 16, 2003
    • CBS

    “Are We Prepared?” examines whether American soldiers have the training and equipment needed to survive a chemical or biological attack. “Unhealthy Diagnosis” examines whether a California hospital performed unnecessary heart surgeries. “Michael Moore” profiles the controversial director. “Andy Rooney” criticizes the French position on Iraq.

  • S35E21 Dr. Shahristani, Bering Strait, Top Cop

    • February 23, 2003
    • CBS

    “Dr. Shahristani” interviews a Iraqi nuclear scientist who was tortured for refusing to make a bomb. “Bering Strait” looks at a country music group from Russia. “Top Cop” interviews the new police chief of Los Angeles. “Andy Rooney” talks about space exploration and geothermal power.

  • S35E22 Imported from India, Saddam's Money, SUV

    • March 2, 2003
    • CBS

    “Imported from India” examines how some of the best engineers in the world are coming from the Indian Institute of Technology. “Saddam’s Money” investigates how the Iraqi dictator has managed to conceal billions of dollars in asset. “SUV” examines the American obsessions with large automobiles. “Andy Rooney” talks about clothes worn by fashion models.

  • S35E23 Qatar, Keeping a Secret, Medical Emergency

    • March 9, 2003
    • CBS

    “Qatar” looks at the Persian Gulf country that is becoming the most progressive in the region. “Keeping a Secret” examines whether children conceived with donated sperm should be allowed to know the identity of their biological fathers. “Clinton & Dole” debate military action in Iraq and Bush’s tax cuts. “Medical Emergency” looks at two generations of doctors and how malpractice insurance rates may effect the prospects of the third. “Andy Rooney” talks about how a pound of coffee is no longer a pound.

  • S35E24 French Connection, The Reserves, Anatomy of a Mistake

    • March 16, 2003
    • CBS

    “French Connection” interviews French president Jacques Chirac. “The Reserves” offers a look at some of the people who make up the U.S. military reserves. “Dole & Clinton” debate about the United Nations. “Anatomy of a Mistake” investigates the case of Jesica Santillan who died after being given a transplant of organs with the wrong blood type. “Andy Rooney” talks about how you can disagree with the president without hating him.

  • S35E25 War with Iraq, Finding Saddam, Protecting New York

    • March 23, 2003
    • CBS

    “War With Iraq” goes to Iraq to take a first hand look at the war there. “Finding Saddam” looks at the difficulty of finding and arresting Saddam Hussein in Iraq. “Protecting New York” interviews the people responsible for keeping New York safe from terrorist attack. “Andy Rooney” talks about how humans have developed better ways to kill each other.

  • S35E26 The Ayatollah Al-Hakim, Small, Cheap and Deadly, Look Who's Selling

    • March 30, 2003
    • CBS

    “War Update” offers a report on the status of the war in Iraq. “The Ayatollah Al-Hakim” interviews the spiritual leader of the Shiite Muslim majority in Iraq. “Clinton & Dole” debate post-war reconstruction in Iraq. “Small, Cheap and Deadly” examines concerns over the possible use of shoulder-fired missiles by terrorists in the United States. “Look Who’s Selling” investigates whether Yugoslavia sold military equipment to Iraq. “Andy Rooney” talks about the proliferation of Iraq War coverage.

  • S35E27 The View from Jordan, Dr. Chalabi Goes to Iraq, Guilty Until Proven, Rebuilding Iraq

    • April 6, 2003
    • CBS

    “The View from Jordan” examines why Jordan does not support the war on Iraq despite the fact that it opposes Saddam Hussein. “Dr. Chalabi Goes to Iraq” talks to the exiled head of Iraqi political opposition who argues that Iraqis must be in charge of the post-war government in Iraq. “Dole & Clinton” debate the military’s plan for Iraq. “Guilty Until Proven Innocent” looks at the plight of people detained as terrorists in the wake of 9/11. “Rebuilding Iraq” looks at the challenge of rebuilding Iraqi infrastructure. “Andy Rooney” talks about how the war is sold on ...

  • S35E28 The Information War, Annika Sorenstam, The Country Next Door

    • April 13, 2003
    • CBS

    “The Information War” looks at U.S. efforts to fight against terrorism with propaganda. “Annika Sorenstam” interviews the top female golfer in the room about how she will play against men in a PGA event. “Clinton & Dole” discuss the UN and Iraq. “The Country Next Door” examines the potentially dangerous country of Iran.

  • S35E29 Hezbollah, The Royal Treatment, Con Man

    • April 20, 2003
    • CBS

    “Hezbollah” looks at the militant Islamic group operating out of Lebanon that may be more dangerous than Al Qaeda. “The Royal Treatment” rebroadcasts a segment on a company that is incredibly generous to its workers. “Clinton & Dole” talk about North Korea. “Con Man” interviews a French con man who tricked people into believing he was a Rockefeller. “Andy Rooney” talks about lighting.

  • S35E30 All in the Family, The Impossible Dream?, What About Syria?

    • April 27, 2003
    • CBS

    “All in the Family” examines how the federal government is awarding contracts to rebuild Iraq. “The Impossible Dream?” looks at efforts to remake New York City’s failing school system. “What About Syria?” examines whether Syria should be the focus of U.S. anti-terrorism efforts. “Andy Rooney” talks about mixing flavors.

  • S35E31 Rebuilding Afghanistan?, Send in the Spies, Terrorist Hunter

    • May 4, 2003
    • CBS

    “Rebuilding Afghanistan?” looks at how the United States is letting Afghan warlords rule over parts of the country. “Send in the Spies” talks to a journalist who was harassed by a former CIA director for writing a bad story about a circus. “Clinton & Dole” talk about reality television. “Terrorist Hunter” interviews a woman who claims to investigate terrorists on the Internet. “Andy Rooney” talks about fashion for men.

  • S35E32 Firing Back, Lies, Weapons of Mass Destruction

    • May 11, 2003
    • CBS

    “Firing Back’ talks to a gun industry whistle-blower who says that gun manufacturers should do more to keep their products out of the hands of criminals. ”Lies“ interviews former New Republic journalist Stephen Glass who was fired after faking several articles for the magazine. ”Clinton & Dole“ talk about crime in the United States. ”Weapons of Mass Destruction“ investigates the danger posed by germs from old Soviet Union’s biological weapons laboratories. ”Andy Rooney″ talks about junk email.

  • S35E33 35 Years and 60 Minutes

    • May 18, 2003
    • CBS

    60 Minutes celebrates its 35th Anniversary. It looks back at stories featuring con artists, celebrities, musicians, and world leaders. It also revisits some of the tough interviews, remarkable places visited, and bloopers from the shows history. “Andy Rooney” looks back at some of his commentaries.

  • S35E34 The Sheriff of Wall Street, Boys, The Mind of a Suicide Bomber

    • May 25, 2003
    • CBS

    “The Sheriff of Wall Street” rebroadcasts a profile of New York State attorney general Eliot Spitzer who is cracking down on Wall Street. “Boys” rebroadcasts a segment on how boys are falling behind girls at at all levels of education. “The Mind of a Suicide Bomber” rebroadcasts a segment that on the psychology of suicide bombers. “Andy Rooney” talks about how it is hard to open certain products.

  • S35E35 Hubble, The Rocket, Shadow of Shame

    • June 1, 2003
    • CBS

    “Hubble” rebroadcasts a look at the Hubble space telescope and its historic discoveries. “The Rocket” rebroadcasts a segment on New York Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens. “Shadow of Shame” looks at how Holocaust guilt lingers in Germany decades after the end of World War II. “Andy Rooney” talks about tourism.

  • S35E36 Zion's Christian Soldiers, Martha Stewart, Making Their Case

    • June 8, 2003
    • CBS

    “Zion’s Christian Soldiers” rebroadcasts a segment on how Israel has strong support from the Christian Right. “Martha Stewart” rebroadcasts a profile of the television hostess who is now facing securities fraud. “Clinton & Dole” debate presidential term limits. “Making Their Case” looks at how some high school debate teams are helping inner-city students perform better in school. “Andy Rooney” talks about candy bars.

  • S35E37 Harry Potter, Going Home, Diego Garcia

    • June 15, 2003
    • CBS

    “Harry Potter” rebroadcasts a profile of author J.K. Rowling. “Going Home” rebroadcasts a segment on how African Americans in the north are re-migrating to what was once the segregated south. “Clinton & Dole” debate Americorp and volunteering. “Diego Garcia” looks at how 2,000 people displaced from an Indian Ocean atoll are not allowed to return due to a secret U.S. military base. “Andy Rooney” talks about boxes.

  • S35E38 Medical Malpractice, Imported from India, Pork Power

    • June 22, 2003
    • CBS

    “Medical Malpractice” examines the contentious issue of wrongful-birth lawsuits where doctors are sued for malpractice because they did not foretell a child’s birth defects. “Imported from India” rebroadcasts a segment on how some of the best engineers are coming from the Indian Institute of Technology. “Pork Power” looks at environmental and health complaints made against hog formers in North Carolina. “Andy Rooney” talks about fashion.

  • S35E39 Title IX, Billy Crystal, Armed and Dangerous

    • June 29, 2003
    • CBS

    “Title IX” rebroadcasts a segment on how male athletes are suing due to the anti-discrimination law for college sports. “Billy Crystal” rebroadcasts a profile and interview with the comedian. “Armed and Dangerous” rebroadcasts a segment on whether someone who was involuntarily committed to a mental institution should be allowed to own a gun. “Andy Rooney” talks about cotton in pill bottles.

  • S35E40 Kidnapped, Puzzle Master, Malden Mills

    • July 6, 2003
    • CBS

    “Kidnapped” rebroadcasts a segment on woman whose children were kidnapped and taken to Saudi Arabia by their fathers. “Puzzle Master” rebroadcasts an interview with the editor of the New York Times crossword puzzle. “Malden Mills” rebroadcasts a segment on a textile mill owner that continued to pay his employees after his mill was destroyed by fire. “Andy Rooney” talks about coffee.

  • S35E41 Keeping a Secret, SUV, Lost in Translation

    • July 13, 2003
    • CBS

    “Keeping a Secret” rebroadcasts a segment on whether children conceived with donated sperm should be allowed to know the identity of their biological fathers. “SUV” rebroadcasts a segment on the American obsessions with large automobiles. “Lost in Translation” rebroadcasts an interview with a FBI whistle-blower who claims that crucial information about terrorism was deliberately not translated in the weeks after 9/11. “Andy Rooney” talks about mixing food.

  • S35E42 Sheryl Crow, North Korea, Fingerprints

    • July 20, 2003
    • CBS

    “Sheryl Crow” rebroadcasts an interview with the famous singer and songwriter. “North Korea” rebroadcasts a segment on the rarely visited country and witnesses the malnutrition, desperation and deprivation that many people face there. “Fingerprints” rebroadcasts an investigation of how fingerprint misinterpretation by the police can sometimes lead to wrongful prosecutions. “Andy Rooney” talks about bathtubs.

  • S35E43 Unhealthy Diagnosis, Bering Strait, Michael Moore

    • July 27, 2003
    • CBS

    “Unhealthy Diagnosis” rebroadcasts an investigation into whether a California hospital performed unnecessary heart surgeries. “Bering Strait” rebroadcasts a look at a country music group from Russia. “Michael Moore” rebroadcasts a profile of the controversial director. “Andy Rooney” talks about his portable computer.

  • S35E44 On the Waterfront, Qatar, Was It Done with Mirrors?

    • August 3, 2003
    • CBS

    “On the Waterfront” rebroadcasts a segment on how American seaports are vulnerable to terrorism due to the massive amount of cargo passing through U.S. customs. “Qatar” rebroadcasts a look at the Persian Gulf country that is becoming the most progressive in the region. “Was It Done with Mirrors?” rebroadcasts a segment on an theory that claims that centuries old works of art were produced with the use of projection devices. “Andy Rooney” talks about junk e-mail.

  • S35E45 The Age Wave, Montana Power, Addicted to Orchids

    • August 10, 2003
    • CBS

    “The Age Wave” rebroadcasts a segment on elderly people who are still working and do not want to retire. “Montana Power” rebroadcasts an investigation into how a profitable utility was turned into a penny-stock telecom company that is now nearly bankrupt. “Addicted to Orchids” rebroadcasts a segment on the $9 billion-a-year orchid growing industry. “Andy Rooney” talks about fashion for men. Finally, Steve Kroft memorializes producer Trevor Nelson.

  • S35E46 Small, Cheap and Deadly, Lies, The Biological Clock

    • August 17, 2003
    • CBS

    “Small, Cheap and Deadly” rebroadcasts a segment on the possible use of shoulder-fired missiles by terrorists in the United States. “Lies” rebroadcasts an interview with former New Republic journalist Stephen Glass. “The Biological Clock” rebroadcasts a segment on women who want both a career and children but still need to pay attention to their biological clock.

  • S35E47 The Wrong Man, Who Is Catherine Reynolds?, Guilty Until Proven

    • August 24, 2003
    • CBS

    “The Wrong Man” rebroadcasts a segment on how the FBI wrongly investigated a CIA agent for spying. “Who Is Catherine Reynolds?” rebroadcasts a profile of a wealthy philanthropist who tries to refute charges that her donations come with stings attached. “Guilty Until Proven Innocent” rebroadcasts a look at the plight of people detained as terrorists in the wake of 9/11. “Andy Rooney” talks about throwing things away.

  • S35E48 The Ayatollah Al-Hakim, Toxic Town, The Coach

    • August 31, 2003
    • CBS

    “The Ayatollah Al-Hakim” rebroadcasts an interview with the spiritual leader of the Shiite Muslim majority in Iraq. “Toxic Town” rebroadcasts a segment on Anniston, Alabama, one of the most toxic towns in America. “The Coach” rebroadcasts a profile of NFL coach Bill Parcells. “Andy Rooney” talks about libraries.

  • S35E49 North of the Border, Any Given Sunday, Anatomy of a Mistake

    • September 7, 2003
    • CBS

    “North of the Border” rebroadcasts a segment on how there are at least 50 terrorist groups, Al Qaeda among them, operating in Canada. “Any Given Sunday” rebroadcasts a segment on off-shore Internet sports gambling. “Anatomy of a Mistake” rebroadcasts a segment on Jesica Santillan who died after being given a transplant of organs with the wrong blood type. “Andy Rooney” talks about the ten commandments.

  • S35E50 Johnny Cash, Change of Heart, Sir David Attenborough

    • September 14, 2003
    • CBS

    “Johnny Cash” rebroadcasts a profile of musician Johnny Cash. “Change of Heart” rebroadcasts a segment on how prisoners are provided health care by the state. “Sir David Attenborough” rebroadcasts an interview with the famous documentary director. “Andy Rooney” talks about gifts he has received.

  • S35E51 All in the Family, Cooking with Gas, The Terrorist's Lawyer

    • September 21, 2003
    • CBS

    “All in the Family” examines how the federal government is awarding contracts to rebuild Iraq. “Cooking with Gas” examines efforts to create a natural gas pipeline from Alaska. “The Terrorist’s Lawyer” rebroadcasts a profile of a lawyer who is representing a man who was convicted of plotting to bomb New York landmarks. “Andy Rooney” talks about the Bronx Zoo.

Season 36

  • S36E01 Tulia, Texas, Musically Speaking, Eminent Domain

    • September 28, 2003
    • CBS

    “Tulia, Texas” interviews a former undercover drug officer accused of targeting the black community with racially motivated drug sting. “Musically Speaking” talks to a young musical savant named Rex. “Eminent Domain” investigates the controversial practice of government forcing private citizens to sell their homes and businesses. “Andy Rooney” talks about the Democratic candidates for president.

  • S36E02 Dr. Sam Waksal, Skull and Bones, For Love of Money

    • October 5, 2003
    • CBS

    “Dr. Sam Waksal” interviews the founder and former CEO of the biotech firm ImClone who is in the middle of one of the largest stock scandals of the past year. “Skull and Bones” investigates the mysterious Yale secret society that counts George W. Bush as one of its members. “For Love of Money” examines how the families of grooms in India still demand a dowries. “Andy Rooney” talks about baseball in October.

  • S36E03 Cooking the Books, How Many Miles to the Gallon?, Sainthood

    • October 12, 2003
    • CBS

    “Cooking the Books” interview Richard Scrushy the former CEO of HealthSouth Corporation who is accused of committing securities fraud. “How Many Miles to the Gallon?” examines the U.S.’s dependence on foreign oil and how Detroit is resisting efforts to move to more fuel-efficient cars. “Sainthood” examines whether the Vatican is making too many saints. “Andy Rooney” talks about how the president needs to do more to make the U.S. less hated.

  • S36E04 Gimme Shelter, Nation Building, The Case Against Dr. Butler

    • October 19, 2003
    • CBS

    “Gimme Shelter” examines whether prestigious accounting and law firms are selling tax shelters that are of questionable legality. “Nation Building” examines whether American and European efforts at nation building have been successful in the Bosnian city of Mostar. “The Case Against Dr. Butler” examines the investigation of a scientist who reported 30 vials of bubonic plague missing from his lab. “Andy Rooney” talks about dropping the use of the title of the first lady.

  • S36E05 Terror in Moscow, Yucca Mountain, Undercover Marketing

    • October 26, 2003
    • CBS

    “Terror in Moscow” examines how video cameras recorded the horror of the Moscow Theater terrorist crisis. “Yucca Mountain” looks at the government’s plan to store 70,000 tons of nuclear waste in Nevada. “Undercover Marketing” investigates how marketers are now attempting to secretly selling to people who don’t know they’re being sold to. “Andy Rooney” talks about diet books.

  • S36E06 An Island of Sanity, Pirates of the Internet, Mary J

    • November 2, 2003
    • CBS

    “An Island of Sanity” visits the Jewish Hadassah Medical in Jerusalem where Palestinians and Jews work side-by-side treating patients without animosity. “Pirates of the Internet” examines how Hollywood is responding to Internet movie pirates. “Mary J” interviews the hip-hop diva Mary J. Blige. “Andy Rooney” talks about what the president should say to the nation.

  • S36E07 Jessica Lynch's Hero, Arafat's Billions, Mr. Feinberg

    • November 9, 2003
    • CBS

    “Jessica Lynch’s Hero” interviews Patrick Miller the real hero of the Jessica Lynch saga. “Arafat’s Billions” examines how Yasser Arafat diverted almost one billion dollars of public funds to ensure his own survival. “Mr. Feinberg” interviews the man who decides how much victims can collect from 9/11. “Andy Rooney” talks about the angry response to his last commentary.

  • S36E08 Chemical Plant Insecurity, They Didn't Ask, He Didn't Tell, The Kuwait of Africa

    • November 16, 2003
    • CBS

    “Chemical Plant Insecurity” investigates the lax security at U.S. plants that contain deadly chemicals. “They Didn’t Ask, He Didn’t Tell” interviews a senior Army officer who was dismissed because he was gay. “The Kuwait of Africa” examines Equatorial Guinea which remains a poor African country despite its vast oil reserves due to a corrupt political regime. “Andy Rooney” talks about his computer use.

  • S36E09 Porn in the U.S., Still Fighting, Howard Hughes, Jeopardy!

    • November 23, 2003
    • CBS

    “Porn in the U.S.” examines the $10 billion pornography industry in the United States. “Still Fighting” reports on how former prisoners of war from the first Gulf War are trying to collect a judgment for the torture and brutality they suffered. “Howard Hughes” looks at how the Howar d Hughes Medical Institute became one of the riches charities in the United States.“Jeopardy!” goes behind the scenes of the famous quiz show. “Andy Rooney” comments on his personal likes and dislikes.

  • S36E10 Alice Coles of Bayview, Answers from the Grave, L.T. Over the Edge

    • November 30, 2003
    • CBS

    “Alice Coles of Bayview” looks at how one woman helped transform her poor village in rural Virginia into a bustling community with modern homes. “Answers from the Grave” examines how DNA technology is being used to locate missing people in war zones. “L.T. Over the Edge” interviews former football player Lawrence Taylor about his rough life after football. “Andy Rooney” looks at road rage.

  • S36E11 The Look, Operation Iraqi Freedom?, King Solomon

    • December 7, 2003
    • CBS

    “The Look” investigates whether Abercrombie & Fitch is discriminating by hiring only attractive, mostly white salespeople. “Operation Iraqi Freedom?” examines how Iraqis in Karbala elected a city council only to have them unseated by U.S. forces. “King Solomon” interviews soul music icon Solomon Burke. “Andy Rooney” talks about presidential travel.

  • S36E12 Saddam Hussein's Capture

    • December 14, 2003
    • CBS

    60 Minutes reports on the capture of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein. David Martin offers a report on the capture of Saddam near Tikrit. Lesley Stahl interviews Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld about the significance of the capture. Dan Rather discusses and analyzes an interview he did with the dictator from earlier this year. Thalia Assuras offers a report from Iraq on the capture. “Andy Rooney” offers his thoughts on the matter.

  • S36E13 Behind Bars, John Edwards, President?, The Fence

    • December 21, 2003
    • CBS

    “Behind Bars” interviews Paul Bremer about what it was like to meet imprisoned Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein. “John Edwards, President?” profiles the Senator from North Carolina who is attempting to win the Democratic presidential nomination. “The Fence” examines how a 400-mile fence is being built in Israel to protect the country from Palestinians. “Andy Rooney” talks about holiday gift ads.

  • S36E14 Michael Jackson, Iraq After Saddam

    • December 28, 2003
    • CBS

    “Michael Jackson” interviews the famous singer about the sexual molestation charges against him. “Iraq After Saddam” examines the difficulties facing efforts to reconstitute the police forces of Iraq. “Andy Rooney” talks about Christmas and the proliferation of holidays.

  • S36E15 More Than They Deserve, The Eyes Have It, Turkmenbashi, Does the Nose Know?, Bering Strait

    • January 4, 2004
    • CBS

    “More Than They Deserve” looks at why judges are now protesting the long jail sentences that mandatory-minimum laws mandate for drug offenses. “The Eyes Have It” talks to a Harvard professor who teaches students how to look at their environment. “Turkmenbashi” interviews the eccentric dictator of Turkmenistan. “Does the Nose Know?” examines how some drug and bomb-sniffing dogs are unreliable. “Bering Strait” rebroadcasts an interview with a country music band from Russia. “Andy Rooney” looks at store mannequins.

  • S36E16 Inside the Bush White House, Out of India, The Greyston Bakery

    • January 11, 2004
    • CBS

    “Inside the Bush White House” interviews former Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill about his decision to leave the Bush White House. “Out of India” examines how more American companies are sending jobs overseas to India. “The Greyston Bakery” looks at a business that not only employs the disenfranchised but also puts its profits into social services. “Andy Rooney” talks about cleaning out his closet.

  • S36E17 John Kerry, Farewell to the Queen, Doing Business with the Enemy

    • January 25, 2004
    • CBS

    “John Kerry” profiles and interviews the Democratic presidential candidate. “Farewell to the Queen” goes on board the Queen Elizabeth 2 for its historic last trans-Atlantic cross. “Doing Business with the Enemy” examines how pension plans and mutual funds are investing in companies that do business with states that support terrorism. “Andy Rooney” talks about Bush’s plans for space.

  • S36E18 Faith, Hope & Politics, The Sunni Triangle, The Man with the Golden Ears

    • February 8, 2004
    • CBS

    “Faith, Hope & Politics” examines the influence of evangelical Christians in the United States government. “The Sunni Triangle” interviews some of the soldiers patrolling one of the most dangerous areas in Iraq. “The Man with the Golden Ears” interviews legendary music executive Clive Davis. “Andy Rooney” talks about the Super Bowl halftime show controversy.

  • S36E19 Nuclear Insecurity, Self-Made Maverick, Pilobolus

    • February 15, 2004
    • CBS

    “Nuclear Insecurity” examines lax security at some of the facilities that house America’s nuclear weapons and the materials used to make them. “Self-Made Maverick” profiles billionaire Internet and sports entrepreneur Mark Cuban. “Pilobolus” profiles the famous modern dance group. “Andy Rooney” talks about deceptive advertising.

  • S36E20 Boosting, The Patriot, The Wild Man of Music

    • February 22, 2004
    • CBS

    “Boosting” examines how South American gangs are ripping off American stores in a practice of organized shoplifting. “The Patriot” investigates some serious problems with the Patriot missile defense system. “The Wild Man of Music” profiles famed Russian conductor Valery Gergiev.

  • S36E21 Lost in the Translation, Surf's Up, A True Confession

    • February 29, 2004
    • CBS

    “Lost in the Translation” looks at how North Korea is using the Diary of Anne Frank and a propaganda tool against the United States. “Surf’s Up” interviews big wave surfer Laird Hamilton. “A True Confession” examines how interrogators can sometimes convince innocent people to make a false confession. “Andy Rooney” talks about previews and ads before movies.

  • S36E22 The Blame Game, The Bishop, Geno's Game

    • March 7, 2004
    • CBS

    “The Blame Game” talks to Ahmed Chalabi a wealthy Iraqi exile who is accused of misleading the U.S. about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. “The Bishop” interviews Bishop Gene Robinson the first openly gay bishop in the Episcopal Church. “Geno’s Game” profiles successful University of Connecticut women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma. “Andy Rooney” talks about things that are true.

  • S36E23 Prescriptions and Profit, Hubble, The Last Gangster

    • March 14, 2004
    • CBS

    “Prescriptions and Profit” looks at why Americans pay more for prescription drugs than anyone in the world. “Hubble” examines how the future of the Hubble Space Telescope is in danger due to budget cuts. “The Last Gangster” interviews ’Big Ron’ Previte a former gangster in the Philadelphia Mafia. “Andy Rooney” responds to letters.

  • S36E24 9-11 Before and After, The Second Most Wanted Man

    • March 21, 2004
    • CBS

    “9-11 Before and After” offers an exclusive interview with former White House terrorism adviser Richard Clarke who talks about the Bush administration’s view on terrorism before and after 9/11. “The Second Most Wanted Man” updates a previous broadcasts segment on Ayman Al-Zawahiri who is Osama bin Laden’s right hand man. “Andy Rooney” talks about preserving the institution of marriage.

  • S36E25 Condoleezza Rice, Judge Charles Pickering, Freddy Adu

    • March 28, 2004
    • CBS

    “Condoleezza Rice” interviews the national security adviser about her refusal to testify under oath before the 9/11 Commission. “Judge Charles Pickering” interviews the Appeals Court nominee responds to charges that he is racially insensitive. “Freddy Adu” profiles the 14 year old soccer prodigy. “Andy Rooney” talks about deciding which charities to support.

  • S36E26 See No Evil, The Best Possible Deal?, Who Is Jack Spadaro?

    • April 4, 2004
    • CBS

    “See No Evil” examines how several hospitals employed a nurse who recently confessed to killing dozens of patients under his care. “The Best Possible Deal?” investigates why car buyers may not be getting the best interest rates from car dealerships. “Who Is Jack Spadaro?” interviews a government whistle-blowers who claims the Bush administration covered-up the the reasons behind a toxic coal slurry spill in Appalachia. “Andy Rooney” talks about the book business in America.

  • S36E27 Michelle Wie, The Summer Games, Out of Control

    • April 11, 2004
    • CBS

    “Michelle Wie” interviews the 14-year-old golfing sensation. “The Summer Games” looks at how Greece and the city of Athens are working to complete facilities to host and keep safe the Olympic games. “Out of Control” looks at how the rising AIDS epidemic is hitting India. “Andy Rooney” talks about kitchen gadgets.

  • S36E28 Plan of Attack, Mary J

    • April 18, 2004
    • CBS

    “Plan of Attack” interviews legendary journalist Bob Woodward about his new book on the White House’s plans to attack Iraq. “Mary J” rebroadcasts a segment on hip-hop diva Mary J. Blige who talks about her storied past. “Andy Rooney” talks about increasing gas prices.

  • S36E29 The Devil's Advocate, Comrade Capitalist, Self-Made Maverick

    • April 25, 2004
    • CBS

    “The Devil’s Advocate” interviews Jacques Verges who will defend Saddam Hussein in court. “Comrade Capitalist” interviews a former Marxist guerrilla who has become a multimillionaire South African businessman. “Self-Made Maverick” rebroadcasts an edited segment on sports entrepreneur Mark Cuban. “Andy Rooney” talks about the use of initials.

  • S36E30 Deep Dark Secret, Funny Girl, Superbugs

    • May 2, 2004
    • CBS

    “Deep Dark Secret” investigates how state institutions in America were once part of the eugenics movement. “Funny Girl” interviews Shazia Mirza a Muslim stand-up comedian. “Superbugs” examines the emergence of drug resistant bacteria and the dangers of the over-prescription of antibiotics. “Andy Rooney” talks about putting things in their place.

  • S36E31 Couldn't Keep It to Myself, Saudi Justice, American Hero

    • May 9, 2004
    • CBS

    “Couldn’t Keep It to Myself” looks at the prison writing workshop behind a critically acclaimed book that has drawn the ire of prison officials. “Saudi Justice” interviews several Britons who were tortured into falsely confessing to a series of bombings in Saudi Arabia. “American Hero” revisits the the My Lai massacre and the American soldiers who tried to help the defenseless villages. “Andy Rooney” talks about the election campaign.

  • S36E32 The New French Revolution, The Image War, Domingo

    • May 16, 2004
    • CBS

    “The New French Revolution” investigates how Muslim women in France are beginning to fight back against horrid treatment in the rough ethnic ghettos of Paris. “The Image War” takes an inside look at Alhurrah the Arab-language television news channel funded by the United States. “Domingo” interviews operate great Placido Domingo who is taking effort to nurture young opera talent. “Andy Rooney” talks about how college professors should be advising politicians.

  • S36E33 General Anthony Zinni, Stanley 'Tookie' Williams, I Have a Dream

    • May 23, 2004
    • CBS

    “General Anthony Zinni” interviews a retired U.S. General who is critical of the politics behind the planning of the Iraq war. “Stanley ’Tookie’ Williams” examines how a death row inmate is working to keep kids away from street gangs. “I Have a Dream” examines a program that helps underprivileged kids get access to higher education. “Andy Rooney” talks about American troops who have tortured Iraqi prisoners.

  • S36E34 Muqtada Al-Sadr, How Many Miles to the Gallon?

    • May 30, 2004
    • CBS

    “Muqtada Al-Sadr” interviews the controversial and radical Shiite cleric whose followers are battling U.S. troops in Iraq. “How Many Miles to the Gallon?” examines why Detroit continues to produce gas guzzling SUVs despite the rise in gas prices and the ability to produce more fuel efficient cars. “Andy Rooney” pay tribute to the U.S. soldiers who have died serving their country in the Iraq War.

  • S36E35 Ronald Reagan Remembered

    • June 6, 2004
    • CBS

    60 Minutes remembers the life of President Ronald Reagan. It interviews Nancy Reagan about his life before and after her husband’s Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis, revisits a 1989 interview where Reagan discusses a reluctance to enter politics, and offers an overview of his political career. “Andy Rooney” talks about D-Day.

  • S36E36 Chemical Plant Insecurity, Skull and Bones, Barbara Cook

    • June 13, 2004
    • CBS

    “Chemical Plant Insecurity” rebroadcasts an investigation into the lax security at U.S. chemical plants. “Skull and Bones” rebroadcasts a segment on the secret Yale University society that claims many of America’s power elite as its members. “Barbara Cook” rebroadcasts an interview with the famous Broadway singer. “Andy Rooney” talks about store mannequins.

  • S36E37 Bill Clinton

    • June 20, 2004
    • CBS

    60 Minutes interviews former president Bill Clinton about his much-anticipated autobiography entitled “My Life”. The former president discusses his Arkansas childhood and family, his times as Arkansas governor, and the successes and failures of his presidency.

  • S36E38 The Patriot, Dr. Sam Waksal, Michael Moore

    • June 27, 2004
    • CBS

    “The Patriot” rebroadcasts an investigation into the problems associated with the Patriot missile system. “Dr. Sam Waksal” rebroadcasts a segment on the founder and former CEO of the biotech firm ImClone who is in the middle of one of the large stock scandal. “Michael Moore” rebroadcasts a segment on the documentary filmmaker. “Andy Rooney” talks about what annoys him about other drivers.

  • S36E39 Kinkade, Tulia, Texas, Eminent Domain

    • July 4, 2004
    • CBS

    “Kinkade” rebroadcasts a segment on popular artist Thomas Kinkade. “Tulia, Texas” rebroadcasts an investigation of a former undercover drug officer accused of targeting the black community with racially motivated drug sting. “Eminent Domain” rebroadcasts an investigation into the controversial practice of government forcing private citizens to sell their homes and businesses. “Andy Rooney” talks about the language of initials.

  • S36E40 Kerry & Edwards, Boosting, Man with the Golden Ears

    • July 11, 2004
    • CBS

    “Kerry & Edwards” interviews the presidential and vice-presidential nominees along with their wives. “Boosting” rebroadcasts a segment on how South American immigrant gangs are stealing American cargo. “Man with the Golden Ears” rebroadcasts a profile of legendary music executive Clive Davis. “Andy Rooney” asks questions of Kerry and Edwards.

  • S36E41 The Kuwait of Africa, Alice Coles of Bayview, Howard Hughes

    • July 18, 2004
    • CBS

    “The Kuwait of Africa” rebroadcasts a segment on the oil rich country of Equatorial Guinea. “Alice Coles of Bayview” rebroadcasts a segment on a woman who is trying to transform her poor rural Virginia village into a community of modern homes. “Howard Hughes” rebroadcasts a segment on the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. “Andy Rooney” talks about deceptive advertising.

  • S36E42 Yucca Mountain, Undercover Marketing, Surf's Up!

    • July 25, 2004
    • CBS

    “Yucca Mountain” rebroadcasts a segment on the government’s plan to store nuclear waste in Nevada. “Undercover Marketing” rebroadcasts a segment on how product marketing has gone undercover. “Surf’s Up!” profiles big-wave surfer Laird Hamilton. “Andy Rooney” takes a look at diet books.

  • S36E43 Musically Speaking, Out of India, The Bishop

    • August 1, 2004
    • CBS

    “Musically Speaking” rebroadcasts a segment on musically talented savants. “Out of India” rebroadcasts a segment on how American companies are sending jobs to India. “The Bishop” rebroadcasts an interview with Gene Robinson, the first openly gay bishop in the Episcopal Church. “Andy Rooney” talks about his likes and dislikes.

  • S36E44 Lost in Translation, The World's Greatest Fakes, Freddy Adu

    • August 8, 2004
    • CBS

    “Lost in Translation” rebroadcasts a segment on an FBI whistle-blower who claims that crucial information about terrorism was deliberately not translated in the weeks after 9/11. “The World’s Greatest Fakes” examines how many brand-name products are being counterfeited and sold in China. “Freddy Adu” rebroadcasts a profile of the 15-year-old soccer prodigy. “Andy Rooney” talks about the Smart Car.

  • S36E45 See No Evil, The Garden of Eden, Pirates of the Internet

    • August 15, 2004
    • CBS

    “See No Evil” rebroadcasts a segment on how several hospitals employed a nurse who recently confessed to killing dozens of patients under his care. “The Garden of Eden” looks at what happens when gorillas meet humans for the first time. “Pirates of the Internet” rebroadcasts a segment on how Hollywood is responding to Internet movie pirates. “Andy Rooney” talks about movie previews and commercials before movies.

  • S36E46 Cooking the Books, Prescriptions and Profit, Change of Heart

    • August 22, 2004
    • CBS

    “Cooking the Books” rebroadcasts an interview with Richard Scrushy the former CEO of HealthSouth Corporation who is accused of committing securities fraud. “Prescriptions and Profit” rebroadcasts a segment on the cost of prescription drugs in America. “Change of Heart” examines a medical breakthrough that allows infants to withstand organ transplants from unmatched donors. “Andy Rooney” talks about gift giving.

  • S36E47 Nuclear Insecurity, Doing Business with the Enemy, Michelle Wie

    • August 29, 2004
    • CBS

    “Nuclear Insecurity” rebroadcasts a segment investigating lax security at nuclear facilities in the United States. “Doing Business with the Enemy” rebroadcasts a segment on how pension plans and mutual funds are investing in companies that do business with states that support terrorism. “Michelle Wie” rebroadcasts a segment on the golf prodigy. “Andy Rooney” talks about how some people don’t put things back where they belong.

  • S36E48 Porn in the U.S., Jeopardy!

    • September 5, 2004
    • CBS

    “Porn in the U.S.” rebroadcasts a segment examining the $10 billion pornography industry in the United States. “Jeopardy!” rebroadcasts a segment that goes behind the scenes of the famous television quiz show and discuss how a software engineer has become the show’s biggest winner. “Andy Rooney” talks about how cities do not profit from political conventions.

  • S36E49 DNA Dragnet, All in the Family, L.T. Over the Edge

    • September 12, 2004
    • CBS

    “DNA Dragnet” rebroadcasts a segment on how DNA is being used to close unsolved cases. “All in the Family” rebroadcasts a segment on how identity theft is on the rise among family members. “L.T. Over the Edge” rebroadcasts an interview with the football legend. “Andy Rooney” talks about receiving fund-raising notices in the mail.

  • S36E50 The Second War, Fat City, The Coach

    • September 19, 2004
    • CBS

    “The Second War” talks U.S Soldiers and Iraqi government officials about the insurgency. “Fat City” rebroadcasts a segment on diet clinics in Durham, North Carolina. “The Coach” examines professional football coaching and how it is much more advanced in the modern era. “Andy Rooney” talks about a new season of the show.

Season 37

  • S37E01 Wanted: Dead or Alive, The Closer!, O'Reilly

    • September 26, 2004
    • CBS

    “Wanted: Dead or Alive” profiles Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi the Iraqi terrorist behind a number of gruesome attacks on Westerners. “The Closer!” examines a telemarketing scam in Canada that preyed on the elderly. “O’Reilly” interviews the controversial Fox News host. “Andy Rooney” urges stupid Americans to not vote.

  • S37E02 Echo Boomers, Tales from the Crypt, Bill Parcells

    • October 3, 2004
    • CBS

    “Echo Boomer” discusses the children of the baby-boomers and how marketers are trying to define their attitudes and tastes. “Tales from the Crypt” examines an archaeological investigation into the remains the Medici family. “Bill Parcells” interviews the NFL coach. “Andy Rooney” talks about repairing the reputation of CBS news.

  • S37E03 The Killing in Sudan, Staying at Home, Queen Latifah

    • October 10, 2004
    • CBS

    “The Killing in Sudan” goes to Sudan to examine the genocide, mass murder, and refugee crisis in the Darfur region. “Staying at Home” interviews women who succeeded in the workplace, but then chose to return home to raise children. “Queen Latifah” profiles the singer and actress. “Andy Rooney” talks about presidential-style debates.

  • S37E04 A Deal with the Devil, Top 10%, Ray Charles

    • October 17, 2004
    • CBS

    “A Deal with the Devil” looks at how a plea bargain made 20 years ago may let a serial killer out of jail. “Top 10%” examines how some consider unfair a Texas law that automatically gives high school students in the top 10 percent of their class admission to college. “Ray Charles” profiles the life of the legendary musician and rebroadcasts an interview with him. “Andy Rooney” talks about what happens to a car that is traded in.

  • S37E05 The Murder of Emmett Till, Jon Stewart

    • October 24, 2004
    • CBS

    “The Murder of Emmett Till” examines a 1955 Mississippi case where a 14-year-old black boy was tortured and murdered for whistling at a white woman. “Jon Stewart” profiles the popular comedian and Comedy Central host. “Andy Rooney” talks about how the United States spends more on equipment and not enough on soldiers.

  • S37E06 Live from New York, The Governor, In Harm's Way

    • October 31, 2004
    • CBS

    “Live from New York” goes behind the scenes at Saturday Night Live and catch a live and embarrassing television gaffe. “The Governor” interviews Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. “In Harm’s Way” examines why the government has not provided the military with enough fully armored vehicles. “Andy Rooney” discusses the differences between Bush and Kerry.

  • S37E07 The Next Space Race, Crusade Against Credit

    • November 7, 2004
    • CBS

    “The Next Space Race” examines the private sector’s race to space and interviews engineer Burt Rutan who is one of the people who are leading the way. “Crusade Against Credit” interviews radio host Dave Ramsey who is trying to save debtors with his advice program. “Andy Rooney” talks about losing the presidential election.

  • S37E08 Anonymous Revealed, Prescription for Trouble, Arafat

    • November 14, 2004
    • CBS

    “Anonymous Revealed” interview the former head of the CIA unit that is pursuing Osama bin Laden who has also written a book critical on U.S. policy. “Prescription for Disaster” examines whether the manufacturer of Vioxx knew the painkiller could cause heart attacks and strokes. “Arafat” looks at past interviews with the Palestinian leader in light of his recent death. “Andy Rooney” talks about rule changes in sports.

  • S37E09 The Uncounted, Hoodia, Jim Carrey

    • November 21, 2004
    • CBS

    “The Uncounted” examines how soldiers injured in Iraq are not listed as casualties unless their injuries are the direct result of combat. “Hoodia” looks at the appetite-suppressing plant and how it has been used for thousands of years by the Bushmen of the Kalahari who may now profit from its sale as a diet drug. “Jim Carrey” interviews the comic actor. “Andy Rooney” talks about letters he has received.

  • S37E10 The Case of the Spy Ring, Bluejay, Dustin Hoffman

    • November 28, 2004
    • CBS

    “The Case of the Spy Ring” examines two soldiers who are accused of spying at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility. “Bluejay” profiles Jay Greenberg a twelve year-old musical prodigy. “Dustin Hoffman” interviews the famous actor. “Andy Rooney” explains why the mint should stop making pennies.

  • S37E11 Old Soldiers, ADD Grows Up, Bob Dylan

    • December 5, 2004
    • CBS

    “Old Soldiers” examines how many former soldiers are being called to active duty even though they thought they fulfilled their military obligations. “ADD Grows Up” looks at attention deficit disorder which is thought to affect eight million adults. “Bob Dylan” offers the first television interview with the legendary musician in 19 years. “Andy Rooney” talks about Christmas gifts to avoid.

  • S37E12 Who Killed Carolyn Muncey?, A Feisty Farewell, Cinderella Story

    • December 12, 2004
    • CBS

    “Who Killed Carolyn Muncey?” investigates a murder where one man awaits death for a crime that many believe the husband was responsible for. “A Feisty Farewell” interviews Senator Fritz Hollings on the eve of his retirement. “Cinderella Story” interviews Russian opera diva Anna Netrebko. “Andy Rooney” talks about being a major network anchor.

  • S37E13 The Stone Box, Ricky Williams, Redneck Woman

    • December 19, 2004
    • CBS

    “The Stone Box” investigates an ossuary that is alleged to have contained the bones of the brother of Jesus. “Ricky Williams” interviews the former NFL football player about why he walked away from the sport. “Redneck Woman” profiles country music singer Gretchen Wilson. “Andy Rooney” talks about getting the world to like the United States.

  • S37E14 Echo Boomers, Ray Charles, The Coach

    • December 26, 2004
    • CBS

    “Echo Boomers” rebroadcasts a segment on the children of the baby-boomers and how marketers are trying to define their attitudes and tastes. “Ray Charles” rebroadcasts a profile of the legendary musician. “The Coach” rebroadcasts a segment on professional football coaching how how much more advance it has become in the modern era. “Andy Rooney” talks about using college professors to improve government.

  • S37E15 Google, The Most Beautiful Woman in the World

    • January 2, 2005
    • CBS

    “Google” looks at the hugely successful Internet company and interviews one of its founders Sergey Brin. “The Most Beautiful Woman in the World” interviews the famous Indian actress Aishwarya Rai. “Andy Rooney” talks about how modern art should not be in public places.

  • S37E16 The Big Gun, Lang Lang, A Dog's Nose

    • January 9, 2005
    • CBS

    “The Big Gun” examines the .50-caliber rifle and whether it poses a greater danger than other rifles. “Lang Lang” profiles the Chinese piano prodigy. “A Dog’s Nose” looks at how researchers are training dogs to smell cancer. “Andy Rooney” talks about the annoyance of cell phones.

  • S37E17 Under Fire, The Insider, Tim Howard

    • January 16, 2005
    • CBS

    “Under Fire” goes to Ramadi one of the most dangerous cities in Iraq to look at how U.S. Marines are fighting insurgents. “The Insider” interviews tobacco whistle-blower Jefferey Wigand about his current efforts against tobacco. “Tim Howard” interviews the Manchester United goalie about his Tourette’s syndrome. “Andy Rooney” talks about the recent tsunami.

  • S37E18 Poisoned, An Expensive Lesson, Hilary Swank

    • January 30, 2005
    • CBS

    “Poisoned” interviews Ukrainian president Victor Yushchenko about the attempt to poison him. “An Expensive Lesson” investigates a school that exaggerates its job-placement rates and has left students with big loans to repay. “Hilary Swank” interviews the actress about her recent role as a boxer. “Andy Rooney” talks about the weather.

  • S37E19 Child Prodigies

    • February 6, 2005
    • CBS

    60 Minutes looks at child prodigies. Including golfer prodigy Michelle Wie, disabled musical prodigy Rex Clack, musical prodigy Jay Greenberg, prodigies with Williams Syndrom, the Brown children musical prodigies, soccer prodigy Freddy Apu, and the child prodigies Greg Smith and Sho Yano.

  • S37E20 Juiced, Born in the U.S.A., The Gates

    • February 13, 2005
    • CBS

    “Juiced” interviews Jose Canseco about his controversial book about steroids in major league baseball. “Born in the U.S.A.” investigates the practice of African-American children being adopted by families outside the United States. “The Gates” talks to the artist Christo about his latest project involving flags. “Andy Rooney” talks about the Super Bowl.

  • S37E21 Rape in the Ranks, Cirque Du Soleil, Chris Rock

    • February 20, 2005
    • CBS

    “Rape in the Ranks” examines how a former lieutenant who was treated like a criminal after she reported that she was raped. “Cirque Du Soleil” looks at the famous circus that is one of the biggest draws in Las Vegas. “Chris Rock” interviews the comedian who will host the Oscars. “Andy Rooney” talks about the overabundance of advertising in America.

  • S37E22 Breeding Ground, The Aviator and the President, Brain Rangers

    • February 27, 2005
    • CBS

    “Breeding Ground” examines Saudi Arabia and its efforts to change its reputation as a terrorist breeding ground. “The Aviator and the President” examines whether the Watergate burglary was an effort to discover whether they had information that Nixon was bribed by Howard Hughes. “Brain Rangers” looks at a new program to help treat the mental stress experienced by soldiers. “Andy Rooney” talks about the greatness of presidents.

  • S37E23 Rendition, Grand Theft Auto, The D.A. And Tom Delay

    • March 6, 2005
    • CBS

    “Rendition” examines the controversial practice of the CIA handing over terror suspects to countries that use torture. “Grand Theft Auto” examines whether a violent video game is responsible for an 18-year-old murdering three people. “The D.A. And Tom Delay” interviews a Texas district attorney who is investigating House Majority Leader Tom Delay. “Andy Rooney” talks about the Academy Awards.

  • S37E24 Ken Lay, Submission, The Last Star Wars

    • March 13, 2005
    • CBS

    “Ken Lay” interviews the former chairman of Enron the energy giant that collapsed amidst fraud allegations. “Submission” examines the controversial film on the treatment of women in Islam and its effect on Holland’s reputation for tolerance. “The Last Star Wars” interviews George Lucas about his new movie and gets a behind-the-scenes peek. “Andy Rooney” talks about sorting mail.

  • S37E25 The Big Gun II, Jessica Gonzales vs Castle Rock, The Sea Gypsies

    • March 20, 2005
    • CBS

    “The Big Gun II” interviews a gun-runner who supplied arms to a guerrilla army in Kosovo. “Jessica Gonzales v. Castle Rock” follows Jessica Gonzales as she sues her home town police department over the wrongful death of her daughters. “The Sea Gypsies” looks at how a nomadic sea tribe was able to survive a tsunami. “Andy Rooney” talks about shoes.

  • S37E26 Power to the People, The Stone Box, The Toughest Race

    • March 27, 2005
    • CBS

    “Power to the People” looks at some rare voices of dissent in Saudi Arabia who are calling for women’s rights. “The Stone Box” rebroadcasts a segment on an ossuary that is alleged to have contained the bones of the brother of Jesus. “The Toughest Race” looks at ultramarathon runners. “Andy Rooney” talks about high gas prices.

  • S37E27 Pope John Paul II: Part I, Pope John Paul II: Part II, Jane Fonda: My Life So Far - Part I

    • April 3, 2005
    • CBS

    “Pope John Paul II: Part I” interviews American seminary students who have been inspired by the pontiff. “Pope John Paul II: Part II” examines the process of picking a new pope and considers the region of the world he might come from. “Jane Fonda: My Life So Far – Part I” interviews the actress about her upcoming autobiography. “Andy Rooney” talks about Pope John Paul II.

  • S37E28 Mafia Cops, Handouts for the Homeland, Jane Fonda: My Life So Far: Part II

    • April 10, 2005
    • CBS

    “Mafia Cops” interviews a former Mafia boss who says he paid New York City detectives to commit murder. “Handouts for the Homeland” investigates pork barrel projects that are given funding in the name of homeland security. “Jane Fonda: My Life So Far: Part II” features the second part of an interview with the actress about her autobiography. “Andy Rooney” talks about coverage of the pope’s death.

  • S37E29 Party at Gregg's, Carl Hiaasen, Highway in the Sky

    • April 17, 2005
    • CBS

    “Party at Gregg’s” examines the controversial trend of parents allowing their underage teens to drink in their homes to prevent drunk driving. “Carl Hiaasen” interviews the Miami Herald columnist and novelist. “Highway in the Sky” talks to inventors who are building personal flying machines. “Andy Rooney” talks about the income tax.

  • S37E30 Medical Tourists, Tunnel #3, Endangered Species

    • April 24, 2005
    • CBS

    “Medical Tourists” examines how Americans are traveling to foreign countries to get surgery at cheaper prices. “Tunnel #3” goes to 600 feet underground to talk to the miners who are constructing a water tunnel to help supply New York City. “Endangered Species” examines the Earth Conservation Corps efforts to fix a polluted river in a neighborhood with one of the highest murder rates in the country. “Andy Rooney” talks about neckties.

  • S37E31 Secrets from Guantanamo Bay, The Hobbit, Goldie

    • May 1, 2005
    • CBS

    “Secrets from Guantanamo Bay” interviews a former Army translator who reveals the cruel interrogation techniques used in the the prison camp. “The Hobbit” goes to an Indonesian island where archaeologists have discovered an ancient species of human that was only three feet tall. “Goldie” profiles actress Goldie Hawn. “Andy Rooney” talks about baseball salaries.

  • S37E32 President Putin, Duty, Honor, Country, Everybody Does Love Raymond

    • May 8, 2005
    • CBS

    “President Putin” interviews Russian leader Vladimir Putin. “Duty, Honor, Country” examines West Point and looks at how graduates of the academy adapt to life in the military. “Everybody Does Love Raymond” looks at the success of the popular television sitcom as it is ending its run. “Andy Rooney” talks about VE day.

  • S37E33 Maximum Security, B.S. Rules!

    • May 15, 2005
    • CBS

    “Maximum Security” examines prison gangs in California that are able to orchestrate criminal acts outside prison walls while they are still in lock-up. “B.S. Rules!” interviews a Princeton professor about his new book on B.S. “Andy Rooney” talks about overused words and phrases.

  • S37E34 The Pledge, It Takes One to Know One, Cooking the Books

    • May 22, 2005
    • CBS

    “The Pledge” examines how the U.S. government has spent almost a billion dollars to teach abstinence in schools. “It Takes One to Know One” interviews a former con man who now works to expose fraud to make amends. “Cooking the Books” rebroadcasts an interview with Richard Srushy about the securities fraud accusations against him. “Andy Rooney” talks about the declining rate of Americans who smoke.

  • S37E35 The Big Gun, Dave Chappelle, Counting on the Count

    • May 29, 2005
    • CBS

    “The Big Gun” rebroadcasts an examination of the .50-caliber rifle and whether it poses a greater danger than other rifles. “Dave Chappelle” rebroadcasts a profile of the famous comedian. “Counting on the Count” examine how Romanians in Transylvania are using the myth of Dracula to increase tourism. “Andy Rooney” talks about Memorial Day.

  • S37E36 Justice at Guantanamo, Insider's Prescription, Not in My Backyard

    • June 5, 2005
    • CBS

    Prisoners at Guantanamo cannot find proper representation if their attornies aren’t allowed access due to “national security”. A drug company exec is against high prices and are grizzly bears ok to exterminate if they get too close to the homes impinging on their native land?

  • S37E37 The Closer, Beatrice's Goat, Bob Dylan

    • June 12, 2005
    • CBS

    Canadian lottery scams just seem to get more bold and even vicious. Find out who is behind them and how to spot them. Also, a poor African girl and her family are given a goat that changes their lives. And Bob Dylan is interviewed.

  • S37E38 Grand Theft Auto, Top 10%, Amazon Treasure

    • June 19, 2005
    • CBS

    Popular video games are increasingly violent. Are they the cause of violence among teens, including murder? Should high performing high schoolers be automatically given spots in prestigious colleges? Also, a new species of monkey discovered!

  • S37E39 Under Fire, A Dog's Nose, Miracle Man

    • June 26, 2005
    • CBS

    “Under Fire” rebroadcasts a segment on Ramadi one of the most dangerous cities in Iraq and looks at how U.S. Marines are fighting insurgents. “A Dog’s Nose” rebroadcasts a look at how researchers are training dogs to smell cancer. “Miracle Man” profiles Lance Armstrong who survived cancer and won the Tour de France bicycle race. “Andy Rooney” talks about mannequins.

  • S37E40 Child Prodigies

    • July 1, 2005
    • CBS

    Unbelievable feats by kids you typically see in any playground; even more unbelievable and highly gifted contributions from children who are considered challenged. How are these individuals discovered, nurtured and enjoyed?

  • S37E41 Old Soldiers, The New Free Space

    • July 3, 2005
    • CBS

    How can the U.S. justify calling back to active duty, soldiers who have already put their time in and are now over 50 years old? Also: Is the space race growingly dependent on private investors?

  • S37E42 Handouts for the Homeland, Submission, Highway in the Sky

    • July 10, 2005
    • CBS

    We allot more than $10 BILLION for homeland security, so, want to know where it’s actually going? You might not! Film maker is victim of a Muslim ordered hit! Have you ordered your personal flying machine yet?

  • S37E43 In Harm's Way, The Big Gun II, Staying at Home

    • July 17, 2005
    • CBS

    Steve Kroft reports on the shortcomings of our own government in providing proper equipment, including armored vehicles, for our troops overseas.

  • S37E44 Rendition, Born In The USA, Dustin Hoffman

    • July 24, 2005
    • CBS

    Why would the CIA hand over terrorist suspects to countries known for their torture techniques? Black babies are increasingly be adopted by parents in other countries and Dustin Hoffman gives a pleasant, very open interview.

  • S37E45 President Putin, Jane Fonda: My Life So Far

    • July 31, 2005
    • CBS

    Mike Wallace with a revealing look at the Russian leader and Jane Fonda discusses her life so far, including her infamous Hanoi visit during the Viet Nam war.

  • S37E46 The Governor, An Expensive Lesson, Hilary Swank

    • August 14, 2005
    • CBS

    From actor to governor. Arnold Schwarzenegger talks with Morley Safer about foreign born citizens running for president. Also, are those career colleges all they promise to be? Hilary Swank is also featured.

  • S37E47 Anonymous Revealed, Party at Gregg's, The Sea Gypsies

    • August 21, 2005
    • CBS

    Michael Scheuer, once head of the CIA and highly critical of the government’s failure to succeed at getting Bin Laden, drops his veil of anonymity and interviews with Steve Kroft. Also, parents supplying alcohol to their underage children and how a society of people knew the tsunami was coming and escaped to safety in time.

  • S37E48 Prescription For Trouble, The Killing In Sudan, Crusade Against Credit

    • August 28, 2005
    • CBS

    How much did the makers of Vioxx know and when did they know it? Ed Bradley reports. Scott Pelley investigates mass murder and refugee desperation in Sudan. Lesley Stahl looks into Dave Ramsey’s crusade to return Americans to using cash, not credit.

  • S37E49 Katrina, Echo Boomers, Medical Tourism

    • September 4, 2005
    • CBS

    Scott Pelley tries to find out why the levees failed after Katrina’s rampage. The Baby Boomer’s kids start to replace their parents in the marketplace. Why do Americans flock to 3rd world