In 1997, Winfrey said she was planning to retire, but then renewed her contract through 2002. In 2002, she said she would depart in 2006—the show's 20th anniversary year—but in 2004 she extended through 2011 after riding a wave of high … see full wiki
Yay, it's ending! Now I won't have to listen to Oprah go on and on about herself as she always seems to do. Must be such a hard life making millions of dollars every year on a show that simply exploits issues in the world without ever actually making a difference. Yes, we'll cry for the children with cancer, the starving people in the third world countries, the women who have been victimized, and the homeless in the inner cities. And then we'll forget all about it so that we can watch Miley Cyrus … more
I'm bittersweet about this. It feels like an old and dear friend is moving far away. Of course, I'll still be able to keep in touch with her but, she won't be in my living room every day sharing her inspiration and laughs. Oprah has taught me a lot about life, love and she even taught me what sex was...I was watching her show with my mom as we often did when I was younger and the topic was sex. I'm sure my mother was really excited about that one but, it forced her to answer … more
25 years is not a short period of anyone's life and to be as successful as Oprah has demonstrated, it takes a person courage to take a different course in life. I didn't watch the Final Season of the Oprah Show except for some of the goodbye speeches which can be found on her site. Nonetheless, I do believe Oprah speaks to more women than to men. Hence, as a woman, I can associate and I do listen to whatever she has to say. I do think she said it exceptionally well. … more
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