We taped the show for Monday, November 16th, and enjoyed it so much that we went way over on time. The rest will air on Oprah.com. Oprah was very hospitable and gracious, and her audience was full of warm, energized and (no doubt) curious viewers.
Sarah Palin's new book -- "Going Rogue: An American Life" -- goes on sale Tuesday, and she will be promoting it by touring the country in a bus painted over with the graphic from her book cover. McCain aides are said to be thinking of leaving the country, as Sarah Palin is expected to name names and settle scores in Going Rogue. Oh, and the book has no index. In other words, people have to actually read the book to find out if the woman is talking about them.
"It was really an interesting interview," Oprah said. She acknowledged that lots of people didn't want Palin to come on the show. . Palin will dish on her marriage, what it felt like when she was first asked to be vice president, Bristol, the pregnancy, Trig, and of course, Levi Johnston. "We talked about everything," Oprah repeated. "There's nothing that we didn't talk about."
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