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ANNOUNCER (voice-over): Abutting on PEOPLE IN THE NEWS, he’s the pajama’d ancestor of men’s magazines.
GARY MARSHALL, PRODUCER: He was a actual boyish man.
ANNOUNCER: The Chicago built-in who took a accident on the risque and congenital a animal empire.
BILL MAHER: Like all men, he’s my hero.
ANNOUNCER: Alike at 75, he’s still alive the activity best men dream about.
HUGH HEFNER: I absolutely accept seven girlfriends at the present time.
ANNOUNCER: The aboriginal playboy, Hugh Hefner. Additionally the academy drillmaster who reigns over March Madness.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The wins arise as a aftereffect of the things he believes about the kids he coaches.
ANNOUNCER: His aggregation may be out, but not Drillmaster Krzyzewski’s acceptable ways.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It’s adamantine for me to be said about one adventurous aback I get an befalling to assignment with these kids on a circadian basis.
ANNOUNCER: On the sidelines with Battle Coach, Mike Krzyzewski. Then, they are one of the hottest R&B acts in the land. Now the three soulful divas are overextension out on their own.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: My aboriginal cine is “Austin Powers 3.” That’s huge.
ANNOUNCER: The absolute women of Destiny’s Child, their adventitious and a accomplished lot more, now on PEOPLE IN THE NEWS.
ARTHEL NEVILLE, GUEST HOST: Welcome to PEOPLE IN THE NEWS. In for Paula Zahn, I’m Arthel Neville. His activity and affairs are legendary. Hugh Hefner: at 75, he charcoal the ultimate playboy. We’re talking about the aboriginal swinger. He’s still partying, still alive about with the boyish women, still reinventing himself and still allurement the question, “Hef, how do you do it?”
Here’s Bruce Burkhardt.
BRUCE BURKHARDT, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): Hugh Hefner, the activity of a amaranthine affair for over 75 years.
H. HEFNER: I absolutely accept seven girlfriends at the present time, and we’re like a agglomeration of kids.
CHRISTINE HEFNER, CEO, PLAYBOY ENTERPRISES: I anticipate he’s absolutely redefining what it agency to be 75.
BURKHARDT: He is a alloy of old-school and new, with an exhilarant adeptness to clasp out every ounce of publicity in whatever he does or wherever he goes.
MAHER: Needless to say, like all men he’s my hero. I beggarly I’m 30 years boyish than he, so that gives me article to shoot for.
MARSHALL: You know, the old joke. This babe said to him once, some 18-year-old said to him, “I’ve never anachronous anybody over 25” and Hef said, “neither accept I.”
BURKHARDT: Alike at 75 years old, men still appetite to be him, women appetite to be about him.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I like his vibes.
BURKHARDT: That annual of his, 15 amateur readers worldwide. His aggregation today is account added than three-quarters of a billion dollars. Hugh Hefner, one of the aboriginal swingers, a man who helped avant-garde the animal revolution.
H. HEFNER: One of the things that makes my activity alike bigger than it appears from the alfresco is that I am a actual cogitating actuality and alive person, and I accessory at my activity actual abundant through the eyes of the boy who dreamed the dreams. I am still in a actual absolute way that boy.
BURKHARDT: That boy grew up in a bashful adjacency on the West End of Chicago. His parents, Glen and Grace Hefner were bourgeois Protestants. Both formed at teachers. His accomplishments was nurturing, although aback it came to affection, it was rare.
H. HEFNER: There was no adhering or kissing or affectation of affect of any kind, and because in about-face they were raised, you apperceive they were acreage bodies from Nebraska, and they were aloft in about backbreaking environments themselves, and I anticipate to some admeasurement you canyon that on. BURKHARDT: Hefner lived aloof blocks abroad from school, Sayer (ph) Elementary. While best kids his age were adequate that age of innocence, Hugh Hefner kept mostly to himself. That was, until 1940 aback he entered Sky Mist (ph) Aerial School. It was actuality that the shy boyhood bankrupt from his shell. Hefner abstruse how to brawl the jitterbug, and he fell in adulation for the aboriginal time.
H. HEFNER: She was alive at a biologic abundance that summer, my Summer of ’42, at the age of 16, and I was an conductor in a adjacency cine house. So, aback I got through with that, I would go and aces her up and booty her bowling or booty her dancing, booty her to a movie, and that was a actual candied and adorable time.
BURKHARDT: He wasn’t an agog student, but he did acquire a ability IQ of 152, defining himself creatively alfresco of the classroom.
H. HEFNER: The happiest time of my activity was my aboriginal childhood, altered to school, but in the adjacency with my peers, apprentice board and academy cardboard and wrote plays and songs and performed.
BURKHARDT: In 1944, afterward his aerial academy graduation, Hef, as he became known, abutting the army, confined in the infantry and autograph for the aggressive newspaper. But it wasn’t until his atonement acquittal in 1946 that Hugh Hefner aggressively pursued his affection for publishing.
He advised at the Chicago Art Institute afore accessory the University of Illinois. As a freshman, Hef angled up on his advance load, absolution up his high chic years for autograph and illustrating the academy paper, “The Daily Illinois.”
In the campus amusement annual “Shaft,” Hef experimented with article never afore apparent in a academy publication, a affection profiling a babe of the month.
PROF. LOIS BANNER, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: This was a advocate period. It was advocate on abounding levels, and Hefner in a faculty sensed one of those revolutions that was activity on, and he became about a claimed beat of that revolution, the anarchy in sexuality.
BURKHARDT: Aback we acknowledgment to the adventitious of Hugh Hefner, the arguable “Playboy” annual is launched, and the boyish administrator about calls it quits.
H. HEFNER: “Playboy” has never played on a akin arena field. Always, there accept been able armament there allusive adjoin me.
BURKHARDT: In the aboriginal 1950s, Hugh Hefner had big dreams. Free from the army, the 23-year-old affiliated his abiding academy girlfriend, Millie Williams, and he became a dad alive over.
Little did Hef apperceive that his daughter, Christie, would comedy a analytical role in her father’s aggregation in the years ahead.
C. HEFNER: I accept a accord with my ancestor and was adequate from the hardest part, which would accept been in the accessible eye and everybody affair me for the aboriginal time, seeing me not as Christie but as Hugh Hefner’s daughter.
BURKHARDT: As a boyish man, Hef struggled as a promotional copyrighter for “Esquire” annual a blocked job as far as he was concerned.
H. HEFNER: “Esquire” was consistently for earlier guys, but it had changed, and like added magazines that were added accepted like (UNINTELLIGIBLE) and “Argosy” it was actual abundant adherent to macho bonding and alfresco adventure, and I capital to actualize a annual that was a little added adult and was — focused absolutely on the adventurous affiliation amidst the sexes from a macho point of view.
BURKHARDT: Hef’s eyes would accommodate publishing. He adopted money from his mother, took out loans on his furniture, and advised his aboriginal blueprint on his kitchen floor. He declared his annual “Stag,” bound alteration the name to “Playboy.” On the cover, America’s bombshell, Marilyn Monroe.
MAHER: I beggarly he couldn’t alike get allotment for it aback he proposed it, you know. He said he was aggravating to advertise this abstraction to publishers, and he said, you apperceive “sex is a abiding thing” and they were like, “I don’t know. That’s a chancy idea, naked women in a magazine.” You apperceive what I mean, who were these bodies aback then?
H. HEFNER: Breaking bottomward those walls and boundaries and stereotypes is a allotment of what my activity is all about.
BURKHARDT: The arguable aboriginal affair hit newsstands in December, 1953. There wasn’t a awning date on the annual because Hef wasn’t abiding he’d be able to accounts accession issue.
H. HEFNER: Well, I’ve never anticipation of “Playboy” absolutely bluntly as a sex magazine. I consistently anticipation of it as a affairs annual in which sex was one important ingredient.
BANNER: He was at the appropriate abode at the appropriate time, and he was actual bold. Abundant of his accuracy is as a marketer.
BURKHARDT: By 1960, “Playboy” had it its stride. Circulation exceeded one million. Unfortunately, his alliance was not as successful. Afterwards 10 years together, the brace divorced.
C. HEFNER: Oh, I beggarly I was a boyish but if I had to try and call it, I anticipate that they got affiliated too boyish and I anticipate they were archetypal of a bearing that, clashing my generation, you apperceive got affiliated appropriate out of academy and it’s adamantine to apperceive who you are and who you’re activity to abound up to be, and whether you’re accessible to be affiliated aback you’re 21 years old. BURKHARDT: Undeterred, Hefner broadcast the “Playboy” franchise, hosting his own television, “Playboy’s Penthouse.” Viewers anticipation it took abode in Hef’s chichi Chicago mansion. It was absolutely a complete date akin the playboy’s pad. He would host a agnate affairs in the backward ’60s, “Playboy Afterwards Dark.”
Hef additionally launched a alternation of absolute nightclubs. It’s hostesses accepted as Playboy bunnies became as acclaimed as the celebrity bedfellow list.
H. HEFNER: What I created came out of my own boyish dreams of fantasies. I was aggravating to redefine what it meant to be a young, burghal abandoned male.
MARSHALL: I anticipate he had some bodies say bespatter and dishabille and everything, and you apperceive he capital to become and he became the aristocrat of legs, the baron of bosoms, the battle of derriere. I go on consistently with this. But they weren’t acclaim for him to be that.
BURKHARDT: Hefner’s accepted canicule suffered a bifold setback in 1963. He was arrested and afterwards acquitted on abomination accuse while feminist Gloria Steinem airish clandestine as a Playboy bunny and printed her belittling annotation for all to read.
But what Hef did not or could not accept planned for in 1969, was Bob Guccione, the baroque editor-in-chief of “Penthouse Magazine.” Guccione’s aesthetics was advised added daring, and he capital annihilation added than to bandage his archrival, Hugh Hefner, of his publishing crown.
BOB GUCCIONE, JR., PUBLISHER, “GEAR” MAGAZINE: We were in array of bitter combat, Penthouse and “Playboy,” affable bitter combat.
BURKHARDT: The animosity as remembered by Guccione’s son, who today at age 45 is a publishing success in his own right.
GUCCIONE: I anticipate the affair about Hefner is that he’s consistently been himself, and that’s consistently been actual genuine. There was a time aback he led the ambit and a time aback he followed the curve. To some bodies he may accessory like a building piece. To others, he looks like he’s got the bubbler of adolescence in his bedroom, which by the way he may able-bodied accept in his bedroom, you know.
BURKHARDT: In 1971, Hef broadcast his authority by affective out west. He purchased a sprawling California mansion, nestled aural Beverly Hills.
H. HEFNER: I anticipate that Playboy Abode West has been referred to as Shangri-la, and to some admeasurement it is. You arise through those gates and you are in accession world. We’re a block from Sunset Boulevard, but you feel as if you are in an English countryside with agrarian birds and animals out on the lawn, and abounding with admirable women and celebrities and actual adorable people.
BURKHARDT: Aback Hugh Hefner’s adventitious continues, accession able at conjugal bliss. MAHER: Why did Hugh Hefner ever, accustomed his situation, access into a accompaniment of matrimony?
BURKHARDT: And accession ancillary of Hef, one rarely seen.
ANNOUNCER: Advancing up on PEOPLE IN THE NEWS, Miss May, 1971, Miss November, 1981, and Miss October, 1993, playmates from the past, but area are these bunnies now, aback PEOPLE IN THE NEWS continues.
ANNOUNCER: We now acknowledgment to PEOPLE IN THE NEWS. Here’s Arthel Neville.
NEVILLE: Abutting year, “Playboy” will absolve its 50th anniversary, bristles decades of playmates from notables to unknowns and all array of bunnies in between, but area are they now?
BURKHARDT: Janice Pennington was one of the aboriginal “Barker’s Beauties” from the hit adventurous appearance “The Price is Right.” Afore her continued run on the show, Pennington came on bottomward as Playboy’s Miss May in 1971. So area is Janice Pennington now? Pennington wrote a book in 1994 that told the camp account of her aboriginal husband, a U.S. spy who abolished in 1975. She has aback remarried. Afterwards 29 seasons on “The Price is Right,” Pennington larboard the appearance in 2000.
In 1982, Shannon Tweed was the queen of “Playboy,” aback she was declared Playmate of the Year. So area is Shannon Tweed today? Chances are, if you’ve watched cine channels accomplished midnight, you’ve apparent Tweed in her one of over 40 films. She’s become the queen of the amative thriller, with movies like “Power Play.” She’s additionally fabricated bedfellow appearances on boilerplate television shows like “Frazier.” She lives with adept accomplice and KISS bassist, Gene Simmons. They accept two children.
In the mid-90s, she was the “it” girl. Jenny McCarthy took her 1994 Playmate of the Year cachet and seemed to about-face it to accomplish it as a Hollywood starlet. She hosted the dating show, “Singled Out,” and starred in her own MTV array show. She larboard the apple of MTV for the abrupt NBC prime time appearance “Jenny.”
So area is Jenny McCarthy now? Now 29, McCarthy wed Director John Asher in 1999. The brace is assured their aboriginal babyish this June. She’s attempting to accomplish a comeback, hosting this year’s American Music Awards. She’s additionally in development for a new alternation on Fox. We’ll be appropriate back.
SNOW: Acceptable morning from CNN in Washington, I’m Kate Snow. Up next, PEOPLE IN THE NEWS, but aboriginal this account alert.
In New York, added charcoal accept been recovered at Ground Zero. The charcoal accommodate a firefighter and two bodies believed to be Port Authority employees. Recovery crews say they’ve been award a cardinal of bodies in contempo canicule because they’re excavating the South Tower. It burst first, giving bodies little time to escape. Added than 150 bodies are still missing.
On the heels of aftermost Sunday’s baleful abbey advance in Islamabad, Pakistan’s admiral is now repeating vows to able bottomward on agitation there. In a televised accent today, Pervez Musharraf said Pakistan’s intelligence arrangement charge be afflicted and improved. Two Americans were dead in that abbey advance aftermost week, and amidst fears of added attacks, Washington has ordered abundant of its adept agents to leave the country of Pakistan.
Today is the aboriginal day of the new academy year in Afghanistan, and for abounding Afghan girls, it’s their aboriginal adventitious to get an education. During the bristles years of Taliban rule, females were not accustomed to go to abbey — to academy rather. Now classrooms are abounding with girls, and women already banned from alive accept been rehired as teachers. I’m Kate Snow in Washington. PEOPLE IN THE NEWS starts appropriate now.
Neville: Welcome aback to PEOPLE IN THE NEWS. Hugh Hefner has said that he never advised to be revolutionary. All he capital to do was actualize a men’s annual that had sex in it. Well, Hefner insists that it was a accompaniment “Playboy” angry out to be a actual advocate idea. But what happens aback advocate becomes routine? Actuality afresh is Bruce Burkhardt.
BURKHARDT: It started as a annoying magazine, put calm in Hugh Hefner’s kitchen. It became an institution, one that plays a role in abounding a boyish man’s past.
MAHER: I beggarly “Playboy” is actual abundant the aforementioned as it was aback I was 13 or whenever it was, 12, 13, aback I aboriginal was, you know, burglary it from homes I was babyminding at. It still has a actual regimented approach.
BURKHARDT: An access that fabricated its mark for about three decades. But by the aboriginal ’80s, “Playboy” began to lose its hop. In 1985, Hef suffered a balmy achievement and “Playboy” bare help, the abruptness best to about-face things around, his babe Christie.
H. HEFNER: And assurance was actual low and she came to me and said she’d like actual abundant to booty a able at afterlight the business end of the aggregation and it seemed like a acceptable idea.
C. HEFNER: This wasn’t what I accepted to. I accepted to go into either law and backroom or journalism, and it was absolutely one of those paths in the alley that my ancestor originally appropriate as what I anticipate we both anticipation would be aloof a brace of years, and angry into a career.
BURKHARDT: As the new CEO, she advised a new advance for the ailing franchise.
C. HEFNER: Well, I anticipate in the ’80s we absolutely wrestled with what was the role of “Playboy” annual in a post-sexual revolution, column feminist world.
BURKHARDT: As CEO, Christie Hefner gave the annual the banking facelift it badly needed, while her ancestor concentrated on the magazine’s agreeable and its image.
H. HEFNER: And consistently on the cover, and it’s allotment of the fun of it, is the “Playboy” rabbit. Sometimes he’s there area you can see him and sometimes he’s hidden.
BURKHARDT: Of course, there’s one actual absolute brand of “Playboy” and that’s the centerfold. In 1989, Hef went arbitrary for one archetypal in particular, Kimberley Conrad.
KIMBERLEY CONRAD, 1989 PLAYMATE OF THE YEAR: You know, I was there to do my shoot and then, you know, six months, seven months afterwards he asked me out. He was in a transition. He and his adherent had burst up and my admirer and I were burst up, so he asked me out and I beneath a brace of times. I wasn’t sure, you know, and afresh assuredly we went out and we had a abundant time.
BURKHARDT: A abundant time that blossomed into a abrupt courtship. The two got affiliated afterwards that year. Accouchement anon followed, two boys.
CONRAD: (UNINTELLIGIBLE) the earlier brother. He’s actual focused. Cooper is the little, he’s like Jack Nicholson, the entertainer, the actor. But they’re both actual bright, very, actual bright.
BURKHARDT: But afterwards nine and a bisected years of marriage, Hefner afar from his wife.
MAHER: Why did alliance assignment out? Why did he anytime try it? Why did he anytime — you know, it’s array of like aback bodies said, why did the Roman Authority fall? No, why did it aftermost so long? Why did Hugh Hefner ever, accustomed his situation, access into a accompaniment of matrimony?
BURKHARDT: Today, Hugh Hefner is a accessible again, currently dating, he says, seven women at one time.
H. HEFNER: Well, I’m in appreciably acceptable bloom and I anticipate allotment of that has to do with a absolute attitude on life. Allotment of it is genetic. My mother lived to be 101, so to some admeasurement I’m still a 75- year-old boyish man.
BURKHARDT: On this day, Hugh Hefner was as absolute as he could be. His sons were over to shoot some hoops, and his brand cottony pajamas were replaced by dejected jeans, the abandoned complete you could hear, his boys on the basketball court.
H. HEFNER: It’s consistently difficult to be the accouchement of celebrities, and I anticipate that actuality the sons of “Playboy” adds a little article in accession that one has to cope with. BURKHARDT: To admonition the boys cope, Hef came up with a altered alive situation. His ex-wife Kimberley Conrad and their two boys alive appropriate abutting door. A clandestine aisle through their backyards connects the two properties.
H. HEFNER: Alike though, you know, there were conflicts aural the marriage, the adulation was still there and the faculty of chain with ancestors was still there, and it is because you apperceive for the boys, I beggarly always. I beggarly in the best of all worlds accouchement should be aloft by both parents, our pride and joy.
BURKHARDT: There’s no agnosticism that Hugh Hefner is adequate this time in his life.
MARSHALL: At 75, he’s activity out to nightclubs and he’s dancing around. But he sits, if you watch. I beggarly he dances his dances and afresh the cameras are off and he sits a minute, but he has the energy, has consistently had that activity aback he was a actual boyish man.
BURKHARDT: He’s additionally adequate banking success. Playboy Enterprises is account added than three-quarters of a billion dollars.
C. HEFNER: And I anticipate the arresting affair about my ancestor is that he is actual abundant able to alive in the moment, and he has accurate that over and over again, and aback he says “I’ve never been happier,” he agency it.
H. HEFNER: I would like to be remembered as somebody who has afflicted the apple in some absolute way in a social, animal sense, and I’d be actual blessed with that. I’m a kid who dreamed the dreams and fabricated them arise true.
ANNOUNCER: Aloof advanced on PEOPLE IN THE NEWS the adept of March Madness, Drillmaster “K,” aback we return.
NEVILLE: OK, he’s as alike with March Madness as the aggregation he coaches, and alike if you can’t spell his aftermost name, Mike Krzyzewski has led the Battle Dejected Devils to three NCAA championships and nine Final Fours in 16 years. But, as Tom Rinaldi found, you don’t accept to be from Battle or alike a fan of academy basketball to be afflicted with Drillmaster “K.”
TOM RINALDI, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice over): Mike Krzyzewski doesn’t use a whistle. He hates them. Instead, he wants his players to acknowledge to the complete of his voice, alike in the anarchy of competition; and the articulation has been alveolate in achievement for 30 years.
BOBBY HURLEY, FORMER DUKE PLAYER: You see the affectionate of affect that he has for the adventurous and the affectionate of affection he has. JOHNNY DAWKINS, DUKE ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH: The wins arise as a aftereffect of the things he believes about the kids he coaches, not because he wants to win every adventurous or win every championship.
MIKE KRZYZEWSKI, DUKE COACH: If my purpose on this planet was to win basketball games, it would be a bad life.
RINALDI: Don’t misunderstand, Krzyzewski wins games, lots of them. In the aftermost two decades, he has angry the Battle University men’s basketball affairs in Durham, North Carolina, into the abettor of the bookish world.
The Dejected Devils accept won three civic titles aback he arrived, the best contempo advancing aftermost April. A cardinal of his players accept gone on to the NBA. About all accept graduated. Why so abounding wins? Because acceptable is not the obsession. It’s all allotment of what Krzyzewski considers a culture, not a team, authoritative shots calculation yes, but not as abundant as the bodies who accomplish them.
GRANT HILL, ORLANDO MAGIC: It’s a fraternity. It’s a accumulation of guys that, you know, accept ceremony other’s support, accept ceremony other’s back.
KRZYZEWSKI: It’s a ability area bodies appetite to be a allotment of it, area they feel safe to try to do whatever they can do.
RINALDI: Krzyzewski’s adolescence ability was banal Chicago. The son of immigrants, his parents would not acquiesce Polish to be announced in the house, but the bulletin from his mother Emily, who adjourned floors at the Chicago Athletic Club was clear, never abhorrence losing.
KRZYZEWSKI: Well, my mom is the greatest actuality I’ve anytime known. She abandoned capital what was acceptable for me, and she admired me no bulk what happened. She’s the base of why I am not abashed to lose.
RINALDI: Leading the Chicago Catholic League in scoring, while confined as chic admiral at Weber High, Krzyzewski was recruited to comedy academy ball. His new ability would be West Point, assignment sergeants, uniforms, activity by the code.
KRZYZEWSKI: Oh, I capital to abdicate hundreds of times at West Point, because that dream of abundance was not to become an army officer. My dream was to be a basketball coach, a abecedary and all of a abrupt I’m in the aggressive and I did it, primarily, because my mom and dad capital me to. My drillmaster was Bob Knight, and what I abstruse from him was the absurd affection that it took to be successful, the bulk of alertness and an compassionate of the adventurous to a akin that I had not accomplished before.
RINALDI: Krzyzewski’s old drillmaster would win championships as well, but Knight’s behavior adjoin his players and others generally eclipsed absolute seasons. Krzyzewski yells too, accomplish no mistake, but he additionally uses a absolutely altered access at time. You declared a time out recently. You looked at ceremony amateur in this time out and said, “you’re good.” They’re arena at Duke. Don’t they apperceive they’re good?
KRZYZEWSKI: No. I anticipate there are times area everybody, me too, needs to accept somebody who loves them and who they accept in tells them, “I accept in you.”
HILL: Aloof like a parent, you know. There’s six inches amidst patting on the aback and patting on the butt, and as a ancestor he did both.
RINALDI: Afterwards admission from West Point, Krzyzewski began the continued adventure of an ambitious coach, alive his way from army bases to Indiana, aback to West Point. He landed at Battle in 1980. A banderole from the academy cardboard greeted “an conflicting drillmaster with a name absurd to spell.” The aboriginal few seasons were difficult. The basal seemed to arise afterward a division catastrophe 43-point accident to Virginia in 1983.
KRZYZEWSKI: I bethink that night we went to a baby restaurant, added of a fast aliment place. Somebody said, “well, here’s to apathy about tonight,” and I said “no, no. Here’s to never apathy about tonight” you apperceive because this is a advertence point. In adjustment to acknowledge area we’re activity to be, we accept to apperceive how this felt, how accident felt.
RINALDI: Acceptable would chase anon after. By 1991, the Dejected Devils accomplished the Final Four of the NCAA basketball clash for the fourth year in a row, yet they’d never won the title. That agitated everyone, except Krzyzewski.
KRZYZEWSKI: So we went three years in a row and we didn’t win, and now all of a sudden, what was a dream, somebody was aggravating to acquaint me, man was a nightmare. And I said, “you apperceive what, you got article amiss with you, because” — and I absolutely accept it’s why we won the fourth time, the fourth afterwards year we went, because I never looked at that as pressure.
RINALDI (on camera): By the 1994-95 season, centermost cloister at Battle was the centermost of the academy basketball universe. Mike Krzyzewski had won back-to-back civic titles. He had gone to the Final Four seven times in nine years, and yet he was falling afar mentally and physically.
(voice-over): He says the accent of his job afflicted him. Krzyzewski had anaplasty to abate acute aback pain, but alternate in abandoned 10 canicule and formed to a point of complete exhaustion. In the average of that season, his wife gave him an ultimatum.
MICKIE KRZYZEWSKI: Seeing him on a claimed akin aloof physically crumbling and emotionally and mentally not actuality the actuality that he was, not alike actuality able to handle his decline.
KRZYZEWSKI: I was out of it to be absolutely aboveboard with you. I had arise aback too soon, and my wife Mickie aloof said, “look, you’re either activity to the doctor today or that’s it” and that’s it was that’s it you and me, and so that was an accessible accommodation for me to make.
RINALDI: Krzyzewski larboard the aggregation in the average of the season. The Dejected Devils fell apart, acceptable abandoned four of their aftermost 19 amateur in his absence.
KRZYZEWSKI: The best difficult allotment was the actuality that I acquainted I was amenable for it. You know, I beggarly that’s my team. I abstruse that at West Point that you’re the baton no bulk what, and I wasn’t there for them.
RINALDI: While the break from his aggregation tore at him, Krzyzewski bare the time added than he realized. He rediscovered his family, recovered his bloom and recharged his passion. By 1999, aloof four years later, his aggregation was aback arena in the civic championship game. And Krzyzewski’s Dejected Devils entered this year’s tournament, not abandoned as arresting champions, but as a admired to repeat, afterwards capturing an aberrant fourth beeline ACC clash title.
Yet acceptable doesn’t assume a abundant abundant acumen why so abounding of his players arise aback to him. Aftermost summer, several dozen players alternate to Battle for a alms game. There was Grant Hill, abiding NBA all- star, Christian Laettner, above NBA action pick, and Elton Brand, above NBA Rookie of the Year, all abiding to their coach, abiding to the articulation they were accomplished to follow, one admonition of amount above victory.
HILL: He’s still apprenticeship and he’s still giving me admonition and I’m aloof like a blot aggravating to absorb it all up.
ELTON BRAND, LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS: Drillmaster K’s drive makes him the best. You don’t appetite to action the guy. He’s not activity to accord up ever.
KRZYZEWSKI: If my purpose was to not aloof be a basketball drillmaster but to use whatever success we accept to do some added absolutely acceptable things, it adds depth. It adds meaning. That’s area we are at appropriate now, area we can accept a absolute access on bodies and that’s winning.
NEVILLE: Advancing up, E.T. phones home afresh and Destiny’s Boyish proves you don’t accept to breach to go solo. But first, this week’s passages.
ANNOUNCER: How abundant eyeliner does it booty to accumulate America’s best watched soap afloat? Abandoned Revlon and Erica Kane know. The cosmetics behemothic is advantageous millions of dollars in announcement to ABC to be allotment of the soap’s storyline. So diva, Erica Kane, played by extra Susan Lucci goes manicure-to-manicure with Revlon afterwards the close tries to abduct abroad one of her employees. Will Erica Kane annihilate the architecture maven? Break tuned.
Talk about not crumbling any time, brace Liza Minelli and David Gest advertise they are planning to accept four children. According to a British newspaper, the brace has said the accouchement will be of all races. It was aloof one ceremony ago that Minelli and Bedfellow angry the bond at their star-studded bells in New York. Maybe it’s a countdown for celebrity boxing. Babe action brilliant Michelle Rodriguez is accused of throwing a few off-screen punches in an declared action with a woman at her accommodation in Jersey City, New Jersey. The 23-year-old extra pleaded innocent on Monday to accuse of advance and aggravation and was arise on $2,500 bail. Rodriguez plays accession boxy gal in her latest film, “Resident Evil,” which opened in theaters on Friday. For added celebrity news, aces up a archetype of “People Magazine” this week. We’ll be appropriate back.
NEVILLE: Twenty years ago, a aberrant conflicting captured the affection of a generation. This weekend, E.T. the exoteric alternate home to the big screen, aback with a new accessory to accompaniment that old charm. Now for the 20th anniversary, movie-goers will acquisition a added alive and alive E.T. acknowledgment to a high-tech facelift.
And, of course, E.T. isn’t the abandoned appearance who has afflicted over the years, which leads us to accession “Where Are They Now?”
BURKHARDT (voice over): In 1982, we were conflicting to E.T., the adorable conflicting abandoned on apple who is befriended by a 10-year-old boy. Henry Thomas, Dee Wallace Stone and Drew Barrymore were amid the memorable casting of the blockbuster movie. So “Where Are They Now?”
Henry Thomas played Elliott, E.T.’s best acquaintance and Reese’s Pieces distributor. Now 30, Thomas has kept active on TV and the big screen, actualization in added than 30 films. He can be apparent in the 1998 movie, “Niagara, Niagara” and heard on the cine soundtrack with his bandage the Dejected Healers.
Two years ago, Thomas played adverse Matt Damon in “All the Pretty Horses.” This summer, Thomas will arise alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Cameron Diaz in “Gangs of New York.” B. Wallace Stone, afresh billed at D. Wallace played Elliott’s afar mother, Mary.
Since E.T., the 52-year-old Stone has remained a steadily alive actress, actualization in TV bedfellow shots on shows like “Felicity” and mainly low- and medium-budget movies such as “Cujo” and “The Frighteners.” The ballerina angry extra additionally enjoys a career as a motivational speaker. Stone has her own motivational videos and cassettes accessible for purchase.
And we all apperceive Drew Barrymore. She played Elliott’s 6-year-old sister Gertie. The 27-year-old granddaughter of amateur John Barrymore was built-in with Hollywood in her blood. We’ve apparent her alteration from boyish brilliant to adolescent biologic and booze abuser to a reinvented Hollywood sweetheart.
Since 1992, Barrymore has averaged added than four projects a year, including “Batman Forever,” “The Bells Singer” and “Never Been Kissed.” In December, 2001, shock actor bedmate Tom Green filed for annulment from Barrymore afterwards beneath than six months of marriage. Barrymore will acknowledgment as the butt-kicking Dylan Sanders in “Charlie’s Angels 2.” The advancing aftereffect is slated for absolution abutting year.
NEVILLE: Well, the associates of Destiny’s Boyish apparently couldn’t acquaint you a affair about the admission of E.T. The R&B leash was about out of diapers aback the cine premiered, but Destiny’s Boyish does apperceive a affair or two about brief success. Aloof now in their aboriginal ’20s, the three divas of Destiny’s Boyish already accomplish up one of the best affairs changeable groups of all time, and they are our “People to Watch.”
NEVILLE (voice over): They’re added than aloof survivors, and if you accept to their lyrics, Destiny’s Boyish will acquaint you what has fabricated them destined for success.
Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams say their assurance and assignment belief accumulate them on top. Alike with 21 amateur albums in singles sold, the brawl divas aren’t sitting still.
BEYONCE KNOWLES: A lot of our admirers were in parties and clubs and they heard all these (UNINTELLIGIBLE) mixes, and everybody would arise up to us and say, “where can we get these songs? Area can we get these remakes, because I heard the hottest remakes (UNINTELLIGIBLE)?
NEVILLE: Ever-obliging, Destiny’s Boyish has aloof arise 12 remixes on their new album, but it’s not aloof the remixes that are accouterment new agency for admirers to adore the group, all three associates of Destiny’s Boyish are additionally advancing abandoned projects to advertise their talent.
For Michelle Williams, that agency her own actuality album, slated to hit the shelves abutting month.
MICHELLE WILLIAMS: Definitely article I’m absolutely aflame about. I never anticipation that in a amateur years that this would be happening.
NEVILLE: Kelly Rowland is demography a able at the baby screen, arena D.L. Hughley’s niece in his ball on UPN.
KELLY ROWLAND: I’ve had so abundant fun on the Hughley’s. D.L. Hughley that’s my boy. I had so abundant fun actuality on the set with him.
KNOWLES: She needs (UNINTELLIGIBLE). I’m serious. I’m serious. Her publicist. Everybody my babe needs her own sitcom, OK?
NEVILLE: And a bequest to the ’70s, Beyonce Knowles is captivation her own with a assertive shagadelic cool agent.
KNOWLES: My aboriginal cine is “Austin Powers 3.”
WILLIAMS: She is (UNINTELLIGIBLE). She did it up for real.
KNOWLES: Thank you, but I absolutely enjoyed myself and I abstruse a lot and it’s a abundant experience. NEVILLE: Al these abandoned efforts accept sparked rumors that the associates of Destiny’s Boyish are activity their abstracted ways, but the leash insists it isn’t so.
WILLIAMS: Bodies aloof like appetite us to say, oh able-bodied she’s accomplishing something. Oh, we’re mad or we’re jealous. No. You’re appropriate there to abutment the accumulation affiliate and apperceive that that’s activity to captivated Destiny’s Child. Aback somebody does article solo, it helps the accumulation and we apperceive this.
NEVILLE: But lately, belief on the multi-platinum group’s approaching has been eclipsed by the abiding absorption on their past. Aback their 1998 debut, three singers accept been kicked out of Destiny’s Child.
KNOWLES: We don’t appetite every time you see us there’s some above drama.
NEVILLE: Two above associates of the accumulation who acclimatized a blameworthy abortion case adjoin Destiny’s Boyish are suing already again. They affirmation the lyrics to the accident hit “Survivor” are calumniating appear them.
WILLIAMS: It has been two and a half, about three years that Destiny’s Boyish has been Beyonce, Kelly and Michelle, and it’s a abashment we’re still activity through this, and everybody’s mature. Everybody should be like over this.
NEVILLE: Now these three absolute women are activity at it alone, acquisitive to break at the top of the archive with annihilation and no one from their accomplished to authority them back.
KNOWLES: It’s been a continued time and we authority no grudges.
KNOWLES: God absolve them. We don’t appetite any drama. We aloof appetite to be able to accomplish and accomplish our music.
WILLIAMS: And you heard it.
NEVILLE: Now in accession to their abandoned projects, the girls of Destiny’s Boyish are alive calm on a new CD, and an accessible autobiography. Well, that’s all the time we accept for this copy of PEOPLE IN THE NEWS. For Paula Zahn, I’m Arthel Neville. Acknowledgment so abundant for abutting us.
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