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Nowhere to Go/Help Wanted/Jay Leno 

"Nowhere to Go" investigates the severe shortcomings in mental health care for young people. "Help Wanted" examines Year Up program that helps disadvantaged youths find jobs in American ... See full summary »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "Nowhere to Go")
Creigh Deeds ...
Himself - State Senator, Virginia (segment "Nowhere to Go")
Brian Geyser ...
Himself - Nurse (segment "Nowhere to Go")
Tyler Wrightington ...
Himself - Patient (segment "Nowhere to Go")
Ernie Wrightington ...
Himself - Tyler's Father (segment "Nowhere to Go")
Mary Jo Andrews ...
Herself - Mother (segment "Nowhere to Go")
Dee Orsi ...
Herself - Mother (segment "Nowhere to Go")
Meg Clancy ...
Herself - Mother (segment "Nowhere to Go")
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "Help Wanted")
Gerald Chertavian ...
Himself - Founder, Year Up (segment "Help Wanted")
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Himself - President (segment "Help Wanted") (archive footage)
Jamie Dimon ...
Himself - CEO, JPMorgan Chase (segment "Help Wanted")
Jonathan Garcia ...
Himself - Year Up Graduate (segment "Help Wanted")
Jay Hammonds ...
Himself - Year Up Graduate (segment "Help Wanted")
Kenneth Chenault ...
Himself - CEO, American Express (segment "Help Wanted")
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"Nowhere to Go" investigates the severe shortcomings in mental health care for young people. "Help Wanted" examines Year Up program that helps disadvantaged youths find jobs in American corporations. "Jay Leno" interview the host of the Tonight Show on the eve of his departure from the show. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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26 January 2014 (USA)  »

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