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February 13th, 2013
09:10 PM ET

Chris Noth on playing "Big": "It gets a little crazy when they start yelling names at you"

Following his candid and passionate face to face interview with "Piers Morgan Tonight" guest host Robin Meade (airing Wednesday, 9 p.m.,) this evening television star Chris Noth was gracious enough to spend some time in the show's "Green Room," offering insight on everything from his environmental organization, to his most-celebrated small screen roles.

Speaking exclusively with Jason Kurtz, the actor who's appeared in such hits as "Law and Order" and "Law and Order: Criminal Intent," as well as "Sex and the City" and "The Good Wife," opened up about his famous characters, and what still resonates today:

"It started with Detective Mike Logan," reminisced the shows digital producer, referring to Noth's time on the NBC crime drama, and it's spin-off. "Then of course Big, and now Peter Florrick. So, when you're walking down the street, what do people yell the most?" FULL POST

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February 13th, 2013
08:58 PM ET

Chris Noth on climate change: "Rhetoric isn't enough ... we've got to be acting, radically, now"

Coming up tonight at 9, Robin Meade makes herself comfortable in Piers Morgan's usual chair, becoming the latest talent to fill in as part of "Guest Host Week."

With the British television presenter across the pond, HLN's lead anchor assumes control this evening, welcoming television star Chris Noth to offer his positions on everything from politics and climate change, to Valentine's Day and Manolo Blahnik's.

Joining the guest host for a face to face conversation, the man known as "Mr. Big" from the "Sex and the City" franchise opens up about a cause he feels passionately about – the environment – and the ways in which he wants to see it receive more attention.

On the heels of Tuesday's State of the Union address, Meade asks her guest if he was satisfied:

"So, when you heard the president speak last night, about climate change, and that we must do something about climate change, was that enough for you?"

"No, no, no," says Noth, flatly. "Look, I'm a huge supporter of Obama's – he's the first president I ever donated money to. But I think in terms of climate change and the environment, he's been, at best, disappointing."
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Tonight: Robin Meade Guest Hosts, welcomes Jane Fonda, Chris Noth, and families from Newtown
February 13th, 2013
04:17 PM ET

Tonight: Robin Meade Guest Hosts, welcomes Jane Fonda, Chris Noth, and families from Newtown

Coming up this evening at 9, "Piers Morgan Tonight" continues "Guest Host Week," handing the keys to HLN's lead anchor, Robin Meade.

One night after being preempted for Barack Obama's State of the Union address, tonight the primetime program returns for a full hour, as Meade invites a handful of guests to share their insight and expertise on some of America's most talked about topics.

As the Carnival Triumph remains at sea, family members of passengers, as well as travel experts, will all attempt to place the nightmarish voyage into proper perspective.

Meanwhile, the host of "Morning Express with Robin Meade" will continue the conversation on "Guns in America," as now two months removed from the tragic school shooting in Newtown, Conn., she'll visiting with families impacted by the heart-breaking events.

Additionally, Meade will also add some celebrity spice to her guest hosting stint, as she'll welcome Jane Fonda, and then Chris Noth, for a pair of primetime exclusive interviews.

Tune in at 9, as the 1992 winner of the Miss Ohio pageant brings her mix of personality and professionalism to the "Piers Morgan Tonight" studio.
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Need to Know News:  Body found in burned cabin may be Christopher Dorner; Tugboats give passengers on unsanitary cruise ship hope for relief
February 13th, 2013
10:14 AM ET

Need to Know News: Body found in burned cabin may be Christopher Dorner; Tugboats give passengers on unsanitary cruise ship hope for relief

Each day, we here at "Piers Morgan Tonight" put together the news you need to know – from what happened last night to what will happen today.

For February 13, 2013 – Body found in burned cabin may be Christopher Dorner, tugboats give passengers on unsanitary cruise ship hope for relief and from national championship to jail for four Alabama football players...

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