The late Sinead O'Connor dealt with a number of unfair moments in her career, and she took issue with Bob Dylan for one of them in 1992
The Goldbergs creator, Adam F. Goldberg, reveals how he originally planned to end the long-running sitcom that was initially based on his life growing up.
Hugh Downs and Barbara Walters both had slightly different versions of the story of how Walters broke out as a correspondent for The Today Show in 1964
Barbara Walters explained how she came to terms with Gilda Radner's iconic "Baba Wawa" impression of Walters
Barbara Walters was one of the most famous television interviewers of all-time, but it's interesting to see how network politics sort of drove her into it.
In a spotlight article on the then-new hit series, Murder, She Wrote, Angela Lansbury took the time to trash the acting of one of her guest stars, Priscilla Barnes, from Three's Company fame.
Sheila Kuehl explains how her sexuality, even when she was still heavily in the closet, cost her her acting career in the early 1960s
Richard Kline, Larry from Three's Company, shares the bizarre story of how he was struck by lightning while serving in the Army during Vietnam.
Early in her time on the cast of Saturday Night Live, Amy Poehler had a classic response to Jimmy Fallon telling her that a joke that she was telling "wasn't cute."
Richard Kline, Larry from Three's Company, shares the sense of "double guilt" that he dealt with in Vietnam due to both being a liberal actor being in the Army, and as as non-combat officer.