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Fans will love this great photo that Marg shared on twitter last night after she spent the day hanging out with several of her CSI family members at what appears to be a party of some sort. Marg, of course, looks fabulous. Love her outfit.

Marg visited The Rich Eisen Show today to talk about one of her favorite subjects, football. She and Rich talked about her favorite team, the Carolina Panthers, and what a challenging season they’ve had. Here’s a clip of the interview that was posted on YouTube.

In addition to the video itself, a few behind-the scene pics were posted on twitter and instagram today. Check them out!

awesome fun with huge @panthers fan and former CSI actress @marghelgenberger on set today!

A photo posted by @richeisenshow on

For this year’s gift for Marg, I was inspired by a quote I recently read in a book called “Sing You Home” by Jodi Picoult: “Every life has a soundtrack. All you have to do is listen.” This quote made me wonder what a soundtrack of Marg’s life would sound like, and knowing how much of a big music fan Marg is, I thought it would be fun to have fans create a soundtrack that celebrates her life.

I asked those who were interested in participating to each submit at least one song that reminded them of something about Marg and to provide an explanation for their choice. Based on the reasons that were given, my co-admin Sharon and I grouped the songs into themes that we felt best captured how Marg’s fans see her: Vibrance, Inspiration, Love, Strength, Serenity, Friendship, and Hope. We then created a personalized CD soundtrack, complete with a CD booklet insert that detailed each song, the fan who chose it, along with their reason for choosing it. I shipped the CD to Marg this past week.

Thanks so much to everyone who took part this year. I’m a big music fan myself so it was a lot of fun for me to see what kinds of songs people selected. For all of you and for anyone else who is interested, I’ve scanned in the pages of the CD booklet insert so that you can get an idea of what our final gift looked like and can read why the songs were chosen. I’ve also put together a playlist of the CD, which ended up being a 2-volume collection, so that you can listen to all of the songs selected by fans. The playlist is being hosted on my site, so I’m not sure how it will hold up to heavy site traffic. If it’s sluggish now, try again a bit later.

CD Booklet

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CD Playlist for ‘Every Life Has a Soundtrack

Also, for those who have not seen her tweets yet, I’m very pleased to report that Marg has already received our gift and loves it :)

Great news for China Beach fans – you can now preorder the ‘China Beach 25th Anniversary Reunion: Cast & Creators at PALEYLIVE’ on DVD from! The current price guarantee for pre-orders is $14.99 plus shipping. Click the image below for more details and to order!

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“China Beach” at The Paley Center for Media on September 13, 2013. Airing on ABC from 1988-1991, “China Beach” revolutionized episodic drama with its profound exploration of the emotional impact of the Vietnam War on the men and women who risked their lives “in-country.” It was bold enough to tackle the psychological repercussions of a controversial war that divided the nation.

This PALEYLIVE event celebrates the 25th anniversary of “China Beach,” the drama series set during the Vietnam War, which focused on the women stationed at China Beach, a combined U.S. Armed Forces hospital and USO recreational facility located near the South China Sea.

Will Keck (senior editor, TV Guide Magazine) moderates the following panelists: cocreator/executive producer John Sacret Young; and cast members Dana Delany (“Colleen McMurphy”), Marg Helgenberger (“K.C. Kolowski”), Ricki Lake (“Holly Pelegrino”), Michael Boatman (“Pvt. Samuel Beckett”), Robert Picardo (“Dr. Dick Richard”), Chloe Webb (“Laurette Barber”), Brian Wimmer (“Cpl. Boonie Lanier”), Concetta Tomei (“Maj. Lila Garreau”), Jeff Kober (“Sgt. Evan ‘Dodger’ Winslow”), Nancy Giles (“Pvt. Frankie Bunsen”), and Troy Evans (“Master Sgt. Bob Pepper”).

The panelists touch on such topics as: problems with music clearances causing the long-delayed release of the show on DVD; the reason Delany’s hair was cut into McMurphy’s now-classic bob; and Wimmer being viewed as the “eye candy” of the show.

Questions from the audience then lead to a discussion of the following topics among others: Picardo having to wear a toupee after the network wouldn’t let “a bald man” romance McMurphy; handling of racial themes in a “grown-up way”; and the show’s reflection of music’s importance to soldiers in Vietnam.

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