This Week on Rachael Ray's Talk Show

Another week with five all new episodes. Here are the highlights and recipes from Rachael Ray's talk show this week. For the recipes from this week's shows, check out the shopping list and the recipe archive.

Monday: The Big Bang Theory's Kaley Cuoco. I've been watching episodes of Big Bang Theory online, so I was excited to see that one of the stars from that show, Kaley Cuoco visits Rach and takes us inside her fridge. She also shares memories of her TV dad, the late John Ritter. Gretta tests makeup claims (like "no-smear" mascara and all day lipstick). Sliced Steak With Roasted Poblano Gravy, Mashed Sweet Potatoes With Chipotle & Green Onion Green Beans are what's for dinner.

Tuesday: Dancing with the Stars Winners. Rachael welcomes her biggest mystery taster ever. Then Dancing with the Stars champs Helio and Julianne stop by to show Rachael some of their moves. Brasciole and Abby's Arancini & Tomato Dipping Sauce are what's for dinner.

Wednesday: Tim Gunn Makes Over Rachael's Staff. Make it work! Tim Gunn ambushes a few of Rachael's staffers for makeovers. Kristan Cunningham helps out a couple with a holiday surprise. Then, the winner of the "So You Think You Can Cook?!" challenge is back to claim her prize, so she will be cooking with Rach as her assistant. Jenn’s Blue Cheese-Stuffed Filets With Rosemary Potatoes & Roasted Broccoli is what's for dinner.

Thursday: Can Tracy Morgan "Stump the Rach"? 30 Rock star Tracy Morgan stops by to play "Stump the Rach." The body language expert is back to talk about job interviews. Rachael shares a recipe for a hearty soup using what you've already got on hand. Rock Soup is waht's for dinner.

Friday: Mario Lopez and Melissa Joan Hart. Melissa Joan Hart (who's preparing for a new baby) and her Holiday in Handcuffs co-star Mario Lopez stop by to talk about their new movie and their own holiday traditions. Lara is back with Hollywood gossip and online giveaways.

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