oprah last show
There were trips for the audience to Australia. Tom Cruise jumped for joy on the couch of the set. And who could forget that show when everyone in the audience got a car.
But on Wednesday, after 25 years of priceless moments, "The Oprah Winfrey" show will come to an end and legions of loyal viewers are in a state of sad disbelief.
"I've been watching Oprah for the last 25 years of my 50 years of life. And I'm going to miss her dearly," one fan said.
Dr. Ned Hallowell, a psychiatrist, said those feelings of sadness and loss are real.
People have been in love with her and with the show…They associate it with a time of stability, a real rock in their lives. It's a loss. People are going to have to grieve," he said.