Snobby, overbearing, or just plain hard to deal with...Rude, obnoxious people turn off their friends, neighbors and co-workers. But are they really as bad as they seem? A psychologist helps us figure them out.
Dolly Parton appears to promote her new film Straight Talk (1992). The hour is spent with Oprah talking to Dolly about her upbringing and how that background helped prepare her for her role as a radio personality in the film. Dolly sings three songs from the motion picture soundtrack.
Liza Minnelli promotes her new CD "Gently"; QVC personality Gale Hayman discusses her book "How Do I Look?" and audience member Mindy Burbano entertains with her uncanny mimicking of the sounds animals make.
It's the story that has the media buzzing and people talking. Thomas and his wife, Nancy, are a happily married couple who run a small business, live in a normal neighborhood and are expecting their first child. So why are they making headlines around the world? The husband, Thomas, is the one who's pregnant.
How to handle being propositioned by a friend's spouse, learning that your preteen child is being propositioned for oral sex, criticizing a friend's personal style, telling a friend she has bad breath, and much more! Leading ethics experts sound off on how to handle life's stickiest situations.
Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is a Harvard-trained brain scientist. When she was only 37, Jill suffered a massive stroke when a blood vessel burst in the left hemisphere of her brain. Jill remained conscious during the whole experience and recounted her life-altering day at the 2008 TED (Technology Entertainment Design) conference, a video that has become an Internet sensation. ted.com. Jill went on to write a NY Times Bestselling book called "My Stroke of Insight"-a detailed account of the day of her stroke and the subsequent years of recovery.
They had husbands, boyfriends...then, they fell in love with women. Plus, why women are falling hard for Work Out's Jackie Warner. Oprah interviews Rebecca Cardon and Jackie Warner of Bravo's Work Out. Oprah questions Rebecca's sexual preference, and discusses her current relationship status.