Bud Johnson is the Director of the Andonie Sports Museum. He remembers the legacy of Pete Maravich on his 68th birthday. Johnson shares memories of Maravich and his first impressions of the slight basketball player. Pete Maravich made 3,667 points in his career.
Bobby Simpson is the former Mayor of Baton Rouge. Simpson comments on current Mayor Kip Holden. He also shares about his own life and perspective after holding the office of mayor. He now works as an administrator at the Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired. Simpson says he has no desire to ever run for political office again.
George Sells is the former WAFB Anchorman. He comments on Brian Williams and the recent shootings in Charleston, South Carolina. Sells affirms that Williams will never recover from his "misrememberings."
Jesse Ventura is former Governor of Minnesota. He gives his opinion on the presidential candidates who have just recently entered into the fray, Donald Trump and Bobby Jindal. He discusses the dynamics of the 2016 election. Ventura comments on his lawsuit against Chris Kyle, the former Navy SEAL, whom he sued for defamatory passages in "American Sniper."