Here's what in on tap for Thanksgiving:

'FOX & Friends'
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As we gather to give thanks, we'll also take time to salute our soldiers fighting for freedom around the world, including Lance Corporal Oscar Irizarry, 1st Battalion, 8th Marines.

Will Dan Rather's (search) departure cost CBS viewers, or will it bring in a new audience? We'll ask Bob Kohn, author of "Journalistic Fraud."

Plus, still haven't started your Thanksgiving meal? We'll get some last minute turkey tips from Mary Clingman of Butterball's Turkey Talk-line.

Thousands of troops serving in Iraq won't be home for Thanksgiving. So we thought we'd give one soldier a chance to reconnect with his family: U.S. Army Spc. Thomas Fuqua, wife Heather, daughter Anne and baby son Daniel.

How are our troops holding up this Thanksgiving as they continue their raids against terrorists in Iraq? We'll ask retired U.S. Army Green Beret Lt. Col. Gordon Cucullu, author of "Separated at Birth."

Flowers of the World's Peter Grontas shows you how to dress up a Thanksgiving meal with a special table setting from flowers of the world.

Plus, sure the holidays are fun. But they can also be frantic. So back by popular demand, Dr. Georgia Witkin, FOX News contributor, shares her favorite stress-free Thanksgiving survival tips.

And, he used to grill newlyweds on television. Bob Eubanks tells us what he's up to now.

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