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On Thursday, Piers Morgan welcomed plane crash survivors Tol Gropp and Alec Arhets to the program. Gropp and Arhets are two of four men who not only miraculously survived a small plane crash in Idaho but also recorded the entire event.
Morgan asked Arhets if the men ever thought they might be taping their own deaths:
"It never crossed my mind until we started going down," Arhets responded. "And then at that point there you think to yourself, this might be the last evidence or the last time we get - that our family gets to see us."
Actress and comedian Roseanne Barr also joined Morgan to talk about her bid for the presidency as the nominee for the Peace and Freedom Party. During the interview, Barr spoke about a period of time she would like to revisit and do over:
"When you're right at the pinnacle of this strange fame that you don't know how to handle and you just kind of implode and explode and everything else."
"I wish I had done it better," said a remorseful Barr. "Of course, the 'Star Spangled Banner' is a huge regret that pretty much was hard to come back from. A huge - like, you know, something probably I regret that as for my career mistakes. And in my personal life, there are about 3,000 things I regret and wish I'd done better."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as the guests retell important moments in their lives.