Set your DVR and grab a box of tissues: In an interview with ABC News' Diane Sawyer to be aired on Tuesday, Mark Kelly, husband of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, will speak for the first time about the shooting that left his wife in critical condition (she’s since been updated to serious condition). The NASA astronaut describes his interactions with Giffords during her recovery so far, saying she gave him a neck massage in the ICU. "I keep tellin' her. I'm like, 'Gabby, you're in the ICU. You know, you don't need—you know, you don't need to be doin' this.' But it's so typical of her that no matter how bad the situation might be for her, you know, she's lookin' out for other people," he said. Kelly also said he would be willing to meet the parents of Jared Loughner, the alleged gunman, saying he doesn't believe they bear any responsibility for their son's violent act.