This Week on Rachael Ray's Talk Show

Here are the highlights from Rachael Ray's talk show this week:

Monday: Susan Sarandon stops by to act as Rachael's second Mystery Taster (I always wondered why the stars would want to be the mystery taster since you don't get any publicity before, but I guess they changed it now!). Rachael also does the show's first Trade Off, where two viewers are paired up to help each other achieve a goal. They only have 48 hours and a limited budget to do it.

Tuesday: An update on yesterday's Trade Off is a big part of this episode and tears are a-flowing. Rachael faces her fear of baking and offers a unique meatloaf recipe that has bacon gravy. If it has cheese, it will be a comfort food trifecta.

Wednesday: The finale of the Trade Off is revealed and Joe Montana stops by to make an indoor tailgate party with Rachael. Also, get three secrets for saving money at outlet stores.

Thursday: Dr. Ari Brown gives tips to parents whose kids won't listen to them. Rachael visits the set of ER and chats with John Stamos. Also, an emotional moment is shared between a deaf girl and her teacher.

Friday: Today marks only 24 shopping days until Christmas (deep breaths, deep breaths), so Rachael offers her holiday gift giving guide. Actor David James Elliot chats with Rachael about his junk food secrets and Evette Rios offers tips for a bedroom makeover for teenage twins. Finally, Rachael surprises a couple who were robbed on the way to their honeymoon.

Updates: One of the women who was on the show about Rachael Ray look-alikes was interviewed by her local paper. The woman who came in fourth on that episode and who also got engaged was given a honeymoon package, which you can learn more about here. Did you see the My Boys Bakery biscotti that were featured as a snack last week? Check out an article about the bakery and the effect of the show on its business here. You can also learn more about Connie Morabito-Akerly,who talked about her family's annual sausage-making tradition on the show, by reading this interview with her local paper.

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