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Oprah Winfrey Stops by 'Dr. Oz' to Show What She's Been Up To (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Dec 8th 2011 12:00AM
Oprah Winfrey, 'The Dr. Oz Show'Oprah Winfrey stopped by the 'The Dr. Oz Show' (Weekdays, Syndicated) show to update her fans on what she's been up to since 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' went off the air. After 25 years "in the chairs," as she described it, Winfrey is excited to be getting up and "going out into the world just talking to people who I felt were interesting."

This includes film luminaries like George Lucas at his ranch, as well as a group of Hasidic Jews who'd never heard of her before agreeing to do her program. Clearly, the freedom that's been allowed her with the OWN network has opened Winfrey's mind to the possibilities of what she can explore.

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Dr. Oz Loved the 'SNL' Sketch Mocking Him (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Nov 9th 2011 3:30PM
Getting lampooned on 'Saturday Night Live' is a rite of passage in Hollywood, a sign that you've arrived as a public figure who's well-known enough to be ripped to smithereens. And part of the deal is that afterwards, you have to maintain that you were flattered by the mockery and found it hilarious.

Kris Jenner
demonstrated this principle earlier in the week, and now Dr. and Lisa Oz are saying the same thing, after Bill Hader parodied the TV doctor in a sketch that showed him demonstrating the science of pooping in your pants.

"He could not have been happier. It was like, you know what, I've had a #1 daytime show, but the day he was on 'SNL' that meant he was successful," Lisa told 'Good Day New York' (weekdays, 9AM ET on Fox).

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Dr. Oz Breaks the News to 'Talk' Guest-Host Sheryl Underwood That She's Obese (VIDEO)

by Stephanie Opella, posted Oct 20th 2011 6:30PM
Dr. Oz stopped by 'The Talk' (weekdays, syndicated on CBS) to invite everyone to join his Transformation Nation challenge. He gave advice on not just diet and exercise but also sex. After a weigh-in, he also broke the news to guest-host Sheryl Underwood that she's technically obese.

First, Dr. Oz explained the Transformation Nation challenge that's headlining the third season of his 'Dr. Oz Show.' He explained that each month of his seven-month season focuses on different issues, and in May, everyone will vote for the "person who's done the right things, who represents us," and that person will receive one million dollars.

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Paula Deen Talks About Being Dr. Oz's Health Project (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Oct 17th 2011 4:45PM
Paula Deen is about to get a health-makeover from Dr. Oz. That's right ... Deen, who's become famous for cooking every possible thing in many sticks of butter and is also a cigarette smoker, went on 'Rachael Ray' (weekdays, syndicated on ABC) to talk about the daunting prospect of embracing a more healthy lifestyle.

"Yes, I'm a project," Dean admitted, before protesting Oz's assertion that each piece of her fried chicken contains 1,400 calories. "I think he got his information wrong ... it's got to be the whole chicken," she joked.

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The Daytime Emmys Report: 'Dr. Oz' and 'The Bold and the Beautiful' Score Big

by AOL TV Staff, posted Jun 20th 2011 10:05AM
Jonathan Jackson, Daytime EmmyThere's not much to celebrate about daytime TV these days with 'All My Children,' 'Oprah' and Regis Philbin going away, but don't tell that to the Daytime Emmys. The annual awards broadcast threw on quite a party last night on CBS.

Hosted by Wayne Brady ('Let's Make a Deal'), the show entertained with musical numbers (from Brady and Marie Osmond), had touching tributes to Oprah Winfrey, Susan Lucci and Lifetime Achievement Recipients Pat Sajack ('Wheel of Fortune') and Alex Trebek ('Jeopardy') and, if you're a soap fan, you saw some surprising wins including a tie for the directors of 'The Bold and the Beautiful' and 'The Young and the Restless.'

Read on to get the scoop from your winners and see how why the Father's Day-win was especially poignant for one trophy recipient.

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TV 101: The Post-Oprahpolyptic Era

by Dr. Ryan Vaughan, PhD (no, seriously), posted Jun 2nd 2011 4:00PM
Don't worry everyone! Oprah will be OK. But how will we do without her?

She has certainly changed the talk show game, fostering a relationship with fans and our culture that transcends that of most every other host that has come and gone during her tenure as the reigning overlord of daytime talk, with the exception of Jerry Springer who is more like the reigning "guy who cleans up after the strippers."

But what will TV look like in this Post-Oprahpolyptic (I'm trademarking that) time of confusion and sadness?

Let's take a look at what some of you are already experiencing: Life without Oprah.

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Dr. Oz Talks About Moving Into 'Oprah's' Time Slot on 'The View' (VIDEO)

by Harley W. Lond, posted May 26th 2011 7:00PM
Dr. Mehmet Oz and 'The Dr. Oz Show' is moving into 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' time slot and the good doctor was on 'The View' (weekdays, syndicated on ABC) to talk about what that means to him and his show.

Elisabeth Hasselbeck kicked things off by asking him, "Do you feel pressure moving into that time zone? ... What's your mindset?"

Despite the fact that it's a mighty time slot to fill, Dr. Oz feels no pressure. Instead, he said he has a responsibility.

"At the end of the day what I'm really doing is carrying on the tradition she's crafted," he said. "Historically, there was always a healer or a teacher, someone in the village who connected everybody. They made them feel that they were worthy. That's what Oprah taught me how to do. I spent eight years at Oprah University," which is more years than he spent at college and med school.

He's made the commitment to make her proud. "That's my intention, my promise."

Lofty ideals indeed ...

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When It Comes to Weight Loss, Size Matters on 'Oprah' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted May 10th 2011 7:40PM
Mike on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show'In November of 2006, Dr. Mehmet Oz said in a segment with Oprah Winfrey that when a man loses 35 pounds on a diet, he gains one inch in penis length.

On Tuesday's 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' (weekdays, syndicated), Winfrey welcomed Mike, a husband and father of three who happened to catch that segment, and took it seriously.

Winfrey turned to the audience during her introduction and smiled coyly, saying "Now he's lost 104 pounds. You can count the inches for yourself." Mike did look good, and Winfrey commented that he looked like a "different person." But that didn't address the main issue. For that, Winfrey went to Mike's wife, Shannon.

Shannon smiled and said, "Dr. Oz was right." Then again, what could she really say? "Nah, nothing could help Mike," or "I wish he'd lose some more weight." Wouldn't want to spoil the moment.

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Jimmy Fallon Has a Suspicious Mole Removed Live, on 'Dr. Oz' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Feb 24th 2011 1:37AM
Jimmy Fallon, 'The Dr. Oz Show'It's important to get any suspicious moles checked out. And if you're Jimmy Fallon, why not get it checked out on 'The Dr. Oz Show' (Weekdays, Syndicated)? That way, everyone can see what a baby you are.

Fallon was certainly squeamish, though we can't blame him after they started off by showing him some enormous pieces of medical equipment.

"This is ridiculous! This is a giant saw! What's going on, guys?" he asked. Later, they brought out a giant needle. "What is that? I can still get out of this, right?"

But Fallon stuck it out for the duration, though the audience's reactions got into his head, while viewers at home got a nice close-up look at the procedure of having the mole removed. In other words, if you're squeamish you might not want to watch.

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Bethenny Frankel Doesn't Believe Dr. Oz Is Having Sex Three Times a Week (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Jan 11th 2011 2:20PM
Reality TV star Bethenny Frankel doesn't think Dr. Oz's claim that he and his wife have sex three times a week is true. She called him out on 'Access Hollywood Live' (Weekdays, Syndicated on NBC), saying that "he's living in Oz if he's saying he's having sex three times a week."

The conversation started with a challenge from Billy Bush, who said that Dr. Oz is fifty with four kids and having sex three times a week, and then asked Frankel how many times a week she was gettin' busy.

Frankel bristled, saying it was once or twice a week for her, and then called out Oz. "You're not in Dr. Oz's bedroom," she said. "I'll give you dollars to doughnuts Dr. Oz is not hittin' it three times a week."

Thankfully, neither Frankel nor Oz will have to prove their claims to the public.

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Dr. Oz Admits He and Wife Do It Three Times a Week (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Jan 4th 2011 1:00PM
Billy Bush asks Dr. Mehmet Oz how often he and his wife Lisa have sex on 'Access Hollywood Live' (weekdays, syndicated). At first, Oz seems reluctant to answer. But then, he warms up to the idea and provides way, way too much information.

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Journal of a Couch Potato: A Day with the Oprah Winfrey Network

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 3rd 2011 7:00PM
OWNLike most men, I have a love/hate relationship with Oprah. Nothing against her, it's just that when I watch her show, I have the feeling that I shouldn't be. I don't have addictions, I don't fawn over celebrities; the only secret I keep is that I sometimes watch 'Oprah.'

On New Year's Day, while other men were watching football games or nursing their hangovers, I watched The Oprah Winfrey Network. And I kept a diary of what I saw. No, a journal. Journal sounds more manly.

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Dr. Oz Advises Regis Philbin to Quit Drinking and Loosen His Pants on 'Ask Oprah's All-Stars' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jan 3rd 2011 2:27AM
Regis Philbin, 'Ask Oprah's All-Stars'Oprah Winfrey premiered her network over this holiday weekend, and one of the debut programs was the limited run series 'Ask Oprah's All-Stars' (Sun. 8PM on OWN), featuring three of the names Winfrey helped make famous: Suze Orman, Dr. Phil and Dr. Oz.

Regis Philbin sent in a video with a question for Dr. Oz. Fans of 'Live With Regis & Kelly' know that Philbin struggles at times with heartburn, or acid reflux. So he asked Dr. Oz to provide him a "homemade concoction" to get him through it.

Dr. Oz suggested aloe vera as a good home remedy, but more significantly he had some other advice for Philbin, and really anyone having this problem.

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Suze Orman, Dr. Oz and Dr. Phil Get Together for the Launch of Oprah's OWN Network

by Chris Harnick, posted Sep 14th 2010 11:30AM
Suze OrmanOprah Winfrey is assembling a venerable who's who of self-help gurus to come together for specials on her new network, OWN.

Dr. Phil McGraw, Dr. Mehmet Oz and Suze Orman will film four different two-hour specials with studio audiences in Los Angeles and New York. According to Entertainment Weekly, the specials will air on four consecutive Sundays to coincide with OWN's launch on Jan. 1.

So, who decided to bring these gurus together? Orman and Lisa Erspamer, chief creative officer at OWN.

"It's the dream scenario," Erspamer told EW. "They've never done anything like this together, so God only knows what will happen. They're like rock stars. We feel like it's a great way to kick off the new year and the new network."

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Dr. Oz Has a Colonoscopy and a Colon Cancer Scare (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Sep 8th 2010 6:10AM
Dr. Oz Has a Cancer Scare, Learns That He Risked DeathOn the premiere of 'The Dr. Oz Show' (weekdays, syndicated), the doctor is forced to become the patient. Health expert Mehmet Oz is a master of helping others with their problems. But now, the doctor discovers that he's at a high risk of getting cancer. In fact, had it not been for his own show, Dr. Oz could have easily died.

For the benefit of his viewers, Oz filmed a routine colonoscopy over the course of this summer, while his series was on hiatus. Dr. Oz underwent this procedure purely to educate his audience about it. He never suspected that something might be wrong with him. But after seeing Dr. Jon LaPook, Mehmet learned that he had a precancerous growth inside his body.

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