Chong talks about what he put Cheech through in order to create the funny skit "Dave."
Bibbe discusses the infamous and kind, yet self absorbed starlet Edie Sedgwick.
Tommy Chong discusses how they became so popular, focusing on race and love.
James Cromwell gets emotional when discussing how powerful the Black Panthers were and how their legacy will live on forever.
Perry Farrell believes that we need these kinds of people, such as Leary, who almost go into the field of insanity in order to make discoveries about themselves. He discusses Leary's experiment on prison mates and the power of psychedelics.
According to George Foreman, Muhammad Ali came into the scene with style; he made an impression on everyone who saw him.
Don King talks about Muhammad Ali fighting bigotry, discrimination, and white supremacy as well.
Stuart Scott discusses how the greatest fighter in the world did everything for the black community.
It was a time of wild experimentation in all facets of human relations, especially sex. Bibbe Hansen talks intimately about sex during this time.
Timothy was a real all-American dad according to his son, Zach Leary. Granted, there were obviously a lot of interesting creative luminaries always circling around.
The Black Panthers newspaper was extremely significant for many different reasons. Charles Jones talks about the importance of the paper during those times.
Billy Jennings discusses the Black Panthers and how accepting they were towards other people. It was not a race struggle, rather it was more of a class struggle.
Stuart Scott speaks about the fun, lovable Muhammad Ali who was so much more than just a fighter.
Goffman discusses the origins of the word Hippie, and how it changed throughout the years.
Ralph Metzner talks about his experimentation with the drug psilocybin, and how it affected his thought process.