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February 7th, 2010
04:12 AM ET

Coming up on this CNN Sunday Morning...

Hundreds of thousands without power, record amounts of snow, and massive snowball fights. We'll have the latest on "Snowmageddon."

The faith-based council formed under President Bush and expanded by President Obama has come under fire by critics who say it isn't enough of a priority for the White House. We'll talk with the president of the council in the 8 o'clock hour during our Faces of Faith segment.

Brooke Baldwin conducts a very special interview with a woman battling ALS. This woman is able to communicate with a computer she operates with her eyebrow muscles. And when she can no longer do that, she'll still be able to communicate - with brain power alone.

Super Bowl predictions from Sister Jean, the Super Bowl Queen. The "Psychic Nun" has no actual psychic abilities. But hey, she's been right on several occasions.

A lot of folks watch the big game just for the commercials. Sports Business Analyst Rick Horrow joins us with some of the ads deemed too racy for this year's Super Bowl.

And speaking of commercials, remember that Miller High Life spot during last year's Super Bowl that lasted one second? Pitchman Windell Middlebrooks joins us this morning to talk about what's planned to air during today's game.

Join TJ Holmes with Brooke Baldwin in for Betty Nguyen on this CNN Sunday morning, 6am ET/ 3am PT.

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  1. carolyn lasssiter

    tj.....like you bunches, but i have a beef......i realize you are a saints fan (as are many).....and i appreciate your showcasing of all the great things drew has done for the city.....but you are a little biased in the fact that both eli and payton grew up there, and did wonderful things for that city after katrina and even up to now......don't you think they love new orleans too and deserve a little recognition?.....,this just isn't about football

    February 7, 2010 at 8:33 am |
  2. A. Smith, Oregon

    Congratulations to the Super Bowl Champions The New Orleans Saints and most valuable super bowl player, Drew Brees!

    The Bourbon is flowing on Bourbon Street, New Orleans, join the party and salute the rise of the America Spirit!

    February 7, 2010 at 10:10 pm |
  3. Arthur Levine

    I don't care about the Super Bowl. My day's highlight was seeing Candy Crowley finally get her own show. She is smart, articulate and informed and is very courteous to her guests in allowing tham to finish their statements rather than others who would cut them off for their own egos to be fed. We're all fans and we plan to be regular viewers.

    February 8, 2010 at 5:39 pm |