Because it was quickly scheduled, rather than have time reserved in the regular local TV studio, they asked that we do the interview live over Skype. My wife and I had to create a makeshift studio in our home -- incredibly challenging as we are about done moving out of it. Although in the way everywhere, the boxes made for nice tables. We cobbled together some lamps and tried to get a halfway decent lighting look. I put on a nice shirt over my moving-trashy-cutoff-shorts, and we stacked a few books and plants behind me to make it look "officey."
During the commercial break right before going on, Dee and I chatted for a couple minutes, though not about any questions she was going to ask -- she wanted to keep it real and spontaneous for the actual show. The actual format was much more of a discussion than a pure "Q&A" session.
It didn't come out too bad, other than I had no live view of my own camera, causing me to wave my hand around a little too much. I also had no live view from the other end, so I was just talking into the little green light at the top of my mac. I have to figure out why my monitor view disappeared so I can keep tabs on my own hand waving.
Here's a tiny version of the segment, though I recommend you go HERE (starts at about 31:35) and watch it there.