Tuesday, Sept. 28: The Great Debate

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When you have two powerful men in one room, each vying to be the leader of the free world, how do you keep a handle on the back and forth? We'll ask Hal Bruno, moderator at the 1992 vice presidential debate (search) and former ABC News political director.

Plus, when President Bush and Senator Kerry have their first debate, will you be watching for what they say, or how they say it? We'll debate style vs. substance with Lucy Keele, communications and debate analyst.

Wild Card? Oil prices pass the dreaded $50 per barrel mark. If they stay that high, could the swing the election? FOX News political analysts Rich Lowry, editor for The National Review, and Ellis Henican, columnist for Newsday, join the debate.

Henry From the Heart: You know him as The Fonz and you've seen him on "Arrested Development." Now, Henry Winkler drops by to tell us about his latest role, spokesman for the American Heart Association.

And, according to one research firm, nearly 160 million Americans use the Internet, each spending an average of 26 hours a month on line. Could they quit cold turkey? We'll ask Russ Nelson, who participated in Yahoo! study to find out what life is like without the Net.

Those stories and the latest editions of Only on FOX and Stupid Criminals on today's edition of "DaySide with Linda Vester."

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