Included: a visit to a summer camp for young burn survivors; Leanza Cornett gets lessons in power-boat racing and wakeboarding; (a combination of snowboarding and waterskiing); and John Schneider learns about the art of quick draw.
Included: the star of "The Bear" (a 9-foot Kodiak) hones his skills for the movie; a daredevil leaps from a plane with no parachute visible; doctors perform surgery on a newborn to remove a tumor from his head; and an artist paints to rock music.
Among the segments: co-host Leanza Cornett learning to feed sharks while wearing a protective chain-mail suit; and a look at a 10-year-old quadruple amputee. Observed: the boy at school; playing with his brother and his dog, at the mall; and fishing.
Included: Leanza Cornett visits the Everglades to watch a man swim alongside alligators; a look at the effects of a Texas couple's love on their adopted son, formerly an abused orphan; a segment about a physically impaired man who races in a truck.
Included: a patient who received a transplanted heart to supplement his own; a 21-year-old Philadelphian whose heart has been outside his chest from birth; a Chicago surgeon who survived a brain injury and returned to practice. John Schneider and Leanza Cornett host.
Leanza Cornett watches the man who created "solo climbing" (rock climbing sans rope or tools) set a record by ascending a 400-ft. cliff. Also: segments involving basketball include a 2-year-old who's an expert dribbler. John Schneider co-hosts.