Oprah Winfrey's last season hosting her iconic talk show might inspire a stroll down memory lane to reminisce about favorite 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' episodes of yore, but that's nothing compared to the flashback some of her staffers have been experiencing over the past few months.
Winfrey told us that, for the past nine months, teams of employees have been examining more than 5,000 hours of footage the show has filmed over the past 25 years to pick out some memorable moments to return to.
"They have reviewed and documented every single show, so we know what to revisit," Winfrey told us. "I plan on going back to Forsyth County [in Georgia]. That's the town where there were no black people allowed and a guy was using the N-word with me. I'm going to do a tour of the new Forsyth County with him. I'm also going to go back to Williamson, West Virginia, where the town wouldn't allow a young man who had AIDS in the grocery store. His name was Michael Sisco. He's since died."
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