Oprah shouts, the audience screams, Oprah cries, the audience cry. Everybody screams.
Being stung by a News of the World journalist has freed Sarah Ferguson from the treadmill of her life.
Oprah says that you are not your past, that you can create from now whoever you want to be, even if you were once a child bride.
Oprah does not like white ceilings and she believes that every Mom needs a wife. Goodbye Nate Berkus!
Episode 82: Julia Roberts and the Men of Eat, Pray, Love
Getting over love and disappointment is everyone’s story, it is universal.
Even Oprah finds it strange that a recent lottery winner said that being on Oprah is a bigger dream for her than winning the lottery.
Episode 80: Oprah and Simon Cowell: The Farewell Interview
Oprah says that we are all more alike than we are different. Brits and Americans. Babies of the world.
What matters in the end, is not money or your career, but your family and good friends.
We are all alike in our hearts but not in our hair, says Oprah. (With the possible exception of the North Korean government).
Will Smith and family believe in greatness and achieving dreams through hard work, excellence and a roadmap to success.
Episode 76: Oprah Fridays LIVE: Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz
Tom Cruise is the best person that he has ever met, with the possible exception of his wife, kids and Oprah.
The audience in the Oprah Show scream loudly and for a long time when they see celebrities. Especially ones who have just paid off their mortgage.
Apparently animal prints go with nothing yet update everything, nude shoes make you look thinner and taller, and every woman needs a sequined scarf and white jeans.
It is inconceivable that a couple would adopt children only to starve and beat them. It is utterly inconceivable that this would merit only a 4 year stint in prison.
Episode 69: Oprah’s Make Over My Man Crew Strikes Again
Pay attention, dress well, follow fashion (not too much), be polite and well-groomed to live your best life.
Since leaving the White House, the Bush family listen to music, eat, talk, laugh and do rented puzzles- they are in bed by 9pm.
Episode 67: Supermodel Naomi Campbell
Naomi Campbell is beautiful yet angry person who is striving to be better and to find peace.
Episode 66: National No Phone Zone Day
No conversation or text is worth risking lives. Take the No Phone Zone Pledge at Oprah.com.
Episode 65: Rielle Hunter’s First Television Interview
Any issues you may have with the John Edwards/ Rielle Hunter affair/ pregnancy/ cover-up, are to do with you, and that doesn’t have to do with Rielle, because you don’t know her.
If you are a poster child for child stars gone bad, you may always be remembered for your mistakes.
Other people share your name! Google them! They are just like you! Or you know, maybe they are not.
Episode 62: Celebrities Go Back to Their First Jobs
Celebrities are just like us! They had first jobs too! They worked in banks & grocery stores. And now how they laugh at the pitiful money they used to make.
Queen Raina tweets, Melissa Etheridge sings and Dakota Fanning acts to connect with their fans.
Don’t be ignorant. Reduce, reuse and recycle. Be humane, don’t slaughter animals or pollute the oceans.
Episode 59: Glamorous, High-Flying, Action-Packed Dream Jobs
You might not know what it is yet, but you can get your dream job by working hard at something that you love so much that it isn’t work to you.
Episode 58: The Controversial Octuplet Mom Nadya Suleman
Living in a house with 14 kids is not in any way peaceful, calm or restful.
Mo’Nique was sexually abused as a child by her older brother Gerald who now has a spiritual advisor and wants to apologize and say he feels her pain.
Episode 56: Sir Elton John and Oscar Winner Russell Crowe
Elton John and Russell Crowe are Oprah’s special friends.
Episode 55: Stay Alive
We are the only animals who will ignore our intuition and walk into the fear: every 4 hours a woman in the US is killed by her partner.
Richard Branson is very, very, very rich. And yet he is only the 212th richest person in the world.
Episode 53: Superstar Mary J Blige & Malaak Rock
God told Mary J Blige she could get out of the projects by revealing sunshine on a cloudy day.
A child sexual predator may be in your house. Be ultra vigilant. Teach your kids that they have their own power.
Episode 51: Oprah Fridays: Superstar Kenny Chesney
Kenny Chesney and his fans have a unique love affair. He even loves those who celebrate his birthday and have a life size cut out of him in their tiki bar basement.
Episode 49: TV’s Most Talked About Show: The Cast of Glee
Glee shows that the uncool can be cool. Oprah thinks that is so cool.
Episode 48: Funny People
Steve Carrel and Tina Fey improv-dance spectacularly well when instructed to be “sex robots” and to do the “sexy worm”.
Episode 47: Humdinger Follow-Ups
God, God God, Jesus, addiction, recovery, God.
Episode 46: Janet Jackson and Tyler Perry
Janet Jackson and Oprah Winfrey are both close friends with Tyler Perry, but probably not with each other.
Episode 44: Ryan Seacrest and Jamie Oliver Join Forces
Own what food you put in your body. Use real food and taste your food. It is wonderful, nutritious and colorful.
Episode 43: Celebs Dig Up Their Family Secrets
Celebrities are just like us. Some of them are even related. They have famous, important relatives too.
Episode 42: Oprah’s Annual After-Oscar Party 2010
At the Oscars, Sandra Bullock felt the presence of her deceased mother, Jeff Bridges felt his parents and Mo’Nique felt Hattie McDaniels.
Episode 41: Fridays Live with Diane Sawyer and Alicia Keyes
The way to stay grounded is to take what you have to give and share it with the world.
When something so awful has happened that you don’t know what to say, say something, even if you are saying that you don’t know what to say.
Episode 39: Jessica Simpson is Ready to Go Public
Oprah says that beauty is all an illusion, it’s what we says it is, or what others say it is.
Episode 38: Roger Ebert Speaks for the First Time
If ever you should find yourself in Nelson Mandela’s house, it is best to sit quietly and listen.
Episode 37: Jerry Seinfeld: The Marriage Ref
Jerry Seinfeld says that animals need to have expressive faces in order to qualify as a pet.
Episode 36: Oprah’s Wowie-Kazowie Auction
Episode 35: Kirstie Alley: Inside Her Big, Big Life
Kirstie Alley has created her own weightloss program and is following it on her own reality TV show.
Episode 34: Sex, Lies and Scandal
Sometimes you make a decision, and you’re in a mess, and the mess just gets messier and messier.
Episode 33: Amanda Knox’s Family Speak Out
In the US we are used to having two sides to every story, over there, pretty much anyone can make up anything and they’ll print it in the papers.
Episode 32: That’s Incredible!
America is the greatest country in the world, we can do great things here that are really big or fast or scary or made out of chocolate.
Episode 31: Fridays Live with Shaun White
The Olympics are awesome, winning gold feels great, there is some stylish souvenir clothing, most of which Oprah now owns.
Episode 30: Miraculous Family Reunions
Make peace with your loved ones: If you wait for timing to be everything, you’ll end up with nothing.
Even the most reviled, infamous people in history can find forgiveness from their family.
Episode 28: Make-Unders: How’d You Get That Way?
Too much make-up is aging, too much clutter is messy. Edit, edit,edit.
Episode 27: Raped By His Mother- A Victim Comes Forward
The shame of sexual abuse is crushing and is what destroys you. The shame changes what you are as a human being.
Episode 26: Happy Valentine’s Day- Oprah Fridays LIVE
The Superbowl was awesome, the Olympics will be too. Lionel Ritchie wishes everyone a Happy Valentine’s Day.
Episode 25: The High School Quarterback Who Became A Lesbian
The person that everybody wants to be may not want to be that person; be true to yourself.
Episode 24: Celine Dion’s Showstopping Surprise
Women in Arab countries are just like Western women, they sing along with Celine Dion songs too.
Oprah says the best thing about being a nun is wearing sensible shoes.
Trust your instincts. When a child is abused, it changes who they are, it kills their spirit.
Episode 21: Oprah Fridays Live
The way to The Rock’s heart is not via a tattoo of his face on your thigh.
Women who drink one can of soda a day, increase their risk of type 2 diabetes by 83%.
Don’t be the sole breadwinner in a house of 6 capable adults. Food is food, not love.
It is our mammalian instinct to protect and care for our children, when that doesn’t happen something is very wrong.
Episode 17: Undercover Boss
Work hard and you will be rewarded. Keep hoping your coworker is actually your very rich boss.
Episode 16: Happy Birthday Oprah! Fridays LIVE
Oprah’s birthday wish: sign the no-phone car-zone pledge, and get a puppy from a no-kill shelter.
Episode 15: Jay Leno: The Tonight Show Fiasco
Jay Leno does not feel responsible for Conan O’Brien’s disappointment; TV is ultimately all about the ratings.
Eat food, mostly plants, not too much
Drugs and homosexual sexual immorality can lead to a stronger, better marriage with more love.
What has healed Rosie is a willingness to step out of her history and into her present.
Epidode 11: Sarah Palin and Her Daughter Bristol
Just because you are a teenage single parent, doesn’t mean you can’t be the poster child for abstinence.
Episode 10: Life and Death Interventions
Addiction is a disease which can be treated, but be honest- your secrets will keep you sick.
Episode 9: Help the Victims in Haiti
Haiti needs a new infrastructure to end their apocalypse. Wyclef Jean is on a mission from God.
Dream big, surrender your dream to God, he can dream bigger dreams for you, if your dreams are pure.
Don’t tempt fate, that text or call can wait. Believe it.
Episode 6: Oprah Fridays Live
Be good to your parents, be good to yourself, celebrate yourself, go see Avatar.
Finding a partner is not the same as buying a car or ordering a pizza.
Episode 4: Marriage Around The World
All arrangements can work out, we are all different. Thank God we live in the USA.
Be cute for you! Find your own style! But follow the rules and never let your hair go grey.
Episode 2: A Family Stripped Down: Peter Walsh Moves In
If you spend time together, eat healthy and be active then it will all work out.
A liar lies, a cheater cheats, watch out for red flags and trendy shoes. Don’t give up on you whatever you do.