I've never watched Robert Redford's Sundance Channel but an ad caught my eye for Season 3 of a series called Iconoclasts. The show features pairings of famous people hanging out and sharing their lives and secrets of success. Last week, the program headlined the spiritually elevated team of Mike Meyers and Deepak Chopra. Tomorrow (Nov. 15) the guest celebs are Starbucks' Howard Schultz and producer Norman Lear who, among other things, walk around the Pike Place Market sipping coffee while salmon are being tossed for the tourists. Thank goodness this iconoclastic show avoids cliches. Online clips make it all looks very "casual Friday," the dress code for the rich and famous: wear jeans. The show's slogan is "Changes the way you see celebrity." I don't know. I think about lots of different stuff, but the need to change that way I see celebrity isn't one of them. It is probably something celebrities like Redford think a lot about though. The show promises other surprising pairings. Coming up: former Secretary of State Madeline Albright and Ashley Judd. Perhaps they'll be sharing Estee Lauder beauty secrets while discussing the catastrophe in Darfur. Tune in.