Plus, this craft isn't just for baby showers; you can easily remake these pom poms for a wedding or a backyard luau! Quartermaine was killed on ABC's " General Hospital," actor Sean Kanan is reprising his role as the trouble-making heir to the Quartermaine Dynasty.
Make sure you join us next Thursday, March 7th, for the Home & Family Baby Shower! Today, Sean shares his thoughts on returning to "GH," now celebrating its 50th Anniversary.
And keep up with Johnathon on twitter at: @John Schaech.
In case you didn’t see the film, which was written and directed by Tom Hanks, it followed a Pennsylvania band that became famous in 1964 with their hit song.
Watch video of the guys performing “That Thing You Do” below!
Plus, Shirley does the final reveal and walks us through the layout and organization of the herb and rose garden. Freezing temperatures and driving ice and snow can bring down power lines and paralyze local officials.
Check out Shirley's first of its kind web-based garden show "The Garden World Report." And keep up with Shirley on twitter at: @Garden WReport. S.** And we'd like to give a special thanks to De Wit tools for supplying our gardening equipment. Today, we've got Jeff Edelstein, owner of SOS Products, along with the Emergency Preparedness Manager for the City of Los Angeles, Chris Ipsen, with some useful tips and products to weather not just winter storms, but any type of crisis situation.
Check out Michael's stand-up comedy and find find his upcoming tour dates at: You can also keep up with Michael on twitter at: @M_Somerville.
Jessie Jane DIY diva Jessie Jane is back helping prep for the Home & Family baby shower!
Sleepy Man Banjo Boys When you hear the the Sleepy Man Banjo Boys you may find it hard to believe that they are from the western hills of New Jersey.
But their bluegrass sound is all real and they're performing live on todays show!
Tom Hanks tapped the up-and-comer for the role of the leader of a rock band in Hanks' directorial debut, "That Thing You Do! He further solidified his rising star status by appearing in Stephan Elliott's "Welcome to Woop Woop," as an American con artist who is held hostage in the Australian Outback by an eccentric local and in the key role of Jessica Lange's son and Gwyneth Paltrow's husband in the thriller "Hush" (both 1998).
Three of the movie’s stars – Johnathon Schaech, Ethan Embry, and Tom Everett Scott – reunited The Wonders for a little performance of the title song at The Roxy on Tuesday night (April 25) in Los Angeles.
Jonathan gives a sneak peek of the new movie and later, tells Mark and Cristina about his first big break in the original "Hairspray." Then Jonathan, a big Ravens fan, tells us all about getting to go to the big game for the first time this year!