Actress Kerry Washington talks about her seven-year run as Olivia Pope on "Scandal" and her new play "American Son." She also discusses her mother's determination for her to have a great education and her ongoing work with arts education. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.discusses his iconic family, growing up in the time of "Camelot," family tragedy, the transformation of his relationship with his mother, and his struggle with substance abuse.
Multitalented performer RuPaul talks about pushing through his fears, and shares his complex relationship with his father and struggles with addiction. Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg discusses her country's role in providing developmental aid and environmental protection around the world. She talks about the differences between Norway and the United States, and her passion for education and mental health among the youth.
Award-winning actress Regina King joins Alec for a conversation about her career on both sides of the camera and the fear she had to overcome when she decided to direct. Next, attorney and activist Gloria Allred shares her sense of duty for her work, the privilege she feels to be an attorney and her philosophy that guides her life. The successful lawyer and feminist discusses focusing on women's rights from the beginning.