This program is 28 minutes long
(Zanesville, Ohio: David Kerley) A deadly safari in Ohio as 50 exotic animals were on the loose after a suicidal man, Terry Thompson, released them featured; scenes shown from Zanesville, including the animal bodies, with three 911 calls played. [Muskingum County Sheriff Matt LUTZ- talks about the animals that had to be shot.] [Columbus Zoo director emeritus Jack HANNA- comments.] [Columbus Zoo CEO Tom STALF- reacts to the dead animals.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Live interview held with Jack Hanna about the animals. [HANNA - backs what the sheriff had to do because it is hard to tranquilize animals; outlines the danger from wild animals.]
(Studio: Sharyn Alfonsi) A report from a federal panel that healthy women do not need annual pap smears for cervical cancer or HPV screening examined; details given about the test and possible false positives. [Cervical cancer survivor Misty HOWELL- comments on the report.] [St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Dr. Jacques MORITZ- raises the more harm issue.] The recent recommendations on mammograms and prostate cancer screening recalled. A statement from US Preventive Services task force Dr. Evelyn Whitlock quoted.
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) The flareup at last night's Republican debate reviewed and the exchange between Mitt Romney and Texas Governor Rick Perry discussed; scenes shown from the debates. [Candidates Herman CAIN, PERRY, Representative Michele BACHMANN, Rich SANTORUM - offer views on Cain's tax plan.] [ROMNEY, PERRY - bicker over illegal aliens.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The viewer response to drowning in college debt noted; posters shown. [Holding signs, four PEOPLE - talk about their debt.]
(Bismarck, North Dakota: David Muir) A visit to the modern boomtown of Bismarck, North Dakota, due to an oil boom and other reasons featured; scenes shown from the airport areas under construction and the St. Alexia hospital; details given about jobs available in the city and state and the housing boom. [Electrician Mark LUNA- talks about a job.] [Engineer's wife Angela HRUBY- comments.] [Mid Dakota Clinic Dr. Shannon BRADLEY- talks about the baby boom here.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, David Muir) The Bismarck boom discussed.
(Washington: Lisa Stark) A stunning report on the number of Americans on anti-depressants, especially middle-aged women, examined; statistics on depression and pill-taking cited. [Working mother Maria GARAY- says we have a lot on our shoulders and the medication helps.] [GWU Medical Center psychiatrist Dr. Daniel LIEBERMAN- notes women are more comfortable with it.]
(Washington: John Donvan) Construction worker Erin Lucien, who made the wedding dress for his youngest daughter, profiled; scenes shown of him sewing. [Daughter Danielle THOMPSON- lauds her father making her wedding dress.] [LUCIEN - talks about his approach to the dress.]