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By Mike Smith

Sunday Sitdown, Part I

Bill Murray is famously difficult to get a hold of, having a 1-800 number for people to call rather than using a manager. Yet, the elusive star was happy to sit down with Willie Geist to talk about his decades-long career on screen. In this week's Sunday Sitdown, Murray talks about how he always agrees to do projects with Wes Anderson, his recent return to "Saturday Night Live" portraying Steve Bannon and his latest film, the "Isle of Dogs."

Sunday Sitdown, Part II

Actor Bill Murray has spent his career giving audiences some of the most quotable comedy classics of movie history, but he's also become somewhat of an urban folk hero in recent years by showing up unannounced to parties and photoshoots. Murray talks to Sunday TODAY's Willie Geist about the recent documentary focusing on the encounters and how he can naturally fit right into the groups.

Highs and Lows

Sunday TODAY's Willie Geist and Dylan Dreyer run through the Highs and Lows of the week, including the family who bought an Alabama teacher a new car when they found out she had to take several buses to get to work, and the criminal who would have gotten away with it if it weren't for those meddling cows.

Life Well Lived

Capt. Robert Martin flew with the U.S. Army's 332nd Fighter Group, better known as the Tuskegee Airmen, during World War II. A trailblazer in a segregated military, he received the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Purple Heart and the Congressional Gold Medal for his service and sacrifices. Martin died recently at age 99. Sunday TODAY's Willie Geist remembers a life well lived.

What's Next

Willie Geist and Dylan Dreyer wrap up Sunday TODAY with a look at the week ahead, including the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida returning to campus this week for a new school year. And on Thursday, "Pretty Woman: The Musical" opens of Broadway.

Sunday's headlines

Digital extras

And head to Willie's Facebook page for this week's Facebook Live Chat!

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