Carrington is joined by Lexi Sutter from Action 41 News to discuss her start in the business, what made her choose TV, and her time in Kansas City.
Carrington is joined by the Superintendent of the Kansas City Missouri Public School District Dr. Mark Bedell to discuss education in the inner city, the quality of the school district and his plans going forward.
Carrington is joined by up and coming rapper Rory Fresco to talk about him being signed to Epic, how he was discovered, and his creative process. Afterwards, he's joined by his 3 friends to discuss how important your spouse's relationship history should be and other shenanigans.
Carrington is joined by Megan Armstrong who discusses her bouts with mental health, her suicide attempt and her relationship with NFL WR Brandon Marshall
Carrington is joined by Ray, the creator of @stopviolencekc to discuss what they do for the community and crime in the inner city.
Carrington is joined by Pastor Armour Stephenson of City of Truth Church to talk about his life, his church and current events.
Carrington is joined by Steven Spector to discuss the Netflix documentary, Last Chance U and is later joined by his friends to catch up with what's going on.
Carrington is joined by two of his friends, Cole Foss and Jeremy Yon, and they talk about love, relationships, their childhoods etc. and then is joined by Chris Goode, owner of Ruby Jeans Juicery, to talk about his juice bar and its 1 year anniversary.
Carrington is joined by UMKC basketball broadcaster Stephen Davis to talk about his dad Bob Davis, his time in Northwest Arkansas calling games for the AA Naturals and how he got his start.
Carrington sits down with rapper Gee Watts to talk about his childhood, being shot at, meeting and working with Kendrick Lamar, and the music industry.