Tuesday on "The Talk," Michael J. Fox opens up about his journey with Parkinson's and helping others. Sheryl Underwood asks, "You've been a good friend to Ozzy [Osbourne] and you continue to support so many people that are living with Parkinson's disease. When you first went public with your diagnosis did anyone special reach out to support you?" Fox says, "Ozzy is the best. I listened to Ozzy when I was a kid, grew up with Black Sabbath. He just is amazing. I remember seeing him at a party in Chicago and talking to him, and he was so nice. And I love the guy." Sharon responds, "Thank you, as he loves you too." Fox adds, "The person you are referring to is Muhammed Ali... he was on the phone, and so sweet with a soft voice but he said, "We're going to win this fight now." Osbourne asks, "You are constantly helping others, have you ever got to the point where you're like, I just have to take care of myself. I can't do this anymore." "I don't get that at all. Sometimes I get, am I doing enough? Not in a big way but in little ways."
Air Date: Nov 24, 2020