Graham spends the day in Dallas with quarterback-turned-broadcaster Tony Romo, who gives his first interview since signing the contract that made him the highest-paid TV analyst ever. The former Cowboy opens up about his immigrant grandparents' pursuit of the American dream, his childhood and how having his own family has impacted him. Romo also addresses his new contract and receives a gift from New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton. Then, Graham and Tony jump into the GMC Acadia and hit a local course for a quick round of golf.
Graham and the crew reflect on another year of interviews and world travel. They share some of their favorite moments from guests such as Paul Nicklen, Jon Hamm, and Albert Pujols, and a few moments that made them wonder just what they had gotten themselves into.
Graham talks with the greatest hockey player ever, Wayne Gretzky. “The Great One” lives up to his moniker as he shares stories of his incredible dedication to the game, ever since he was five years old. Gretzky credits his father for helping him skyrocket through junior hockey, discusses the inner workings of one of the most controversial trades in NHL history and why he decided to hang up his skates and retire after 20 historic seasons. Gretzky candidly talks about the anxiety that comes with watching future son-in-law and PGA golfer Dustin Johnson compete. Plus, captain of the Washington Capitals, Alex Ovechkin, chimes in about an unfulfilled promise.