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    Quote Originally Posted by McJag View Post
    Well,I am suckered in. I am NOT missing this.
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    Oprah Winfrey, on a campaign to climb back from last season's ratings slump, will attempt to kiss and make up with conservative viewers on Nov. 16 when she has Sarah Palin on her syndicated talk show.

    You may have noticed that the appearance by the former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate is happening smack dab in the middle of the November ratings derby.

    It's also the day before Palin's new book, "Going Rogue: An American Life" is scheduled to hit bookstores.

    Oprah's Winfrey's production company, Harpo Productions, claims it will be Palin's first interview about the book. We'll see about that.

    More importantly, Harpo also claims it will be the first time Oprah Winfrey will have met and Palin will have met, and Harpo should know.

    It's not just another show booking for Oprah Winfrey. She's going whole hog this season to try to recover from the ratings tumble she took last season when her audience slid to under 7 million viewers. And, during one awful week in July, "The Oprah Winfrey Show" suffered its smallest ratings since its debut way back in 1985.

    I don't know how much credibility to give this article. I mean if Oprah is looking to reach the bat-shit crazy Glenn Beck demographic, then perhaps having Palin on would help. But if she really wants those paint chip eaters she may want to look for advertisers that would benefit from their viewership. You know like Cialis, or the Deep Fat Turkey Fryer, or even Truck Nutz. I don't think these new viewers will be very interested in reading "Love in the Time of Cholera" of "Anna Karenina".

    Besides why bother? I have little doubt that Oprah will still be going strong when Sarah Palin is nothing more than a $200 question on Jeopardy. "Who was the person at the center of the biggest political scandal in American history?"

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    Wouldn't it be nice if they FINALLY told us what all this was about BEFORE the Oprah show?
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    Quote Originally Posted by visitor42 View Post
    Why? Why give her any more credibility?
    What little credibility Palin had she's already destroyed. Oprah's just doing this because she knows Palin will draw in ratings. Palin's fans will watch because they love her, and a lot of people that hate Palin will tune in just to laugh at her.

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    I bet SP will answer every question along the lines of, "Well, if you want to know you'll have to read the book," or "I talk about that in my book," or you can visit my website at sarahpac.org or whatever.

    I don't think Orca has any incentive to go hard at her at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoAmI View Post
    She'll probably give Oprah a list of pre-approved questions. There's no way Oprah is going to challenge her or be "mean" to her. I'll bet that most of Palin's fans are Oprah-heads.
    Oprah supported Obama, so I would say no...definitely not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoAmI View Post
    She'll probably give Oprah a list of pre-approved questions. There's no way Oprah is going to challenge her or be "mean" to her. I'll bet that most of Palin's fans are Oprah-heads.
    Most of Palin's supporters turned on Oprah after she refused to have Palin on the show during the campaign.

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    I'll bet a good percentage of her viewers were Palin fans in-the-making who left Oprah when she started to support Obama and Palin came out of the woodwork. They then deserted Oprah and she needs them back. I can't imagine what other type of person would be an Oprah fan.

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    ^^Exactly. First, Oprah lost Hillary supporters when she backed Obama and then lost Palin supporters when she refused to have Palin on the show. So, she's trying to reel the Palin supporters back, and she'll probably get Hillary on the show, at some point, to reel those supporters back.

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    But get Hillary on Oprah...for what?

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    To reel back some of the Hillary supporters she lost, just like she's doing with Palin.

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    She should ask her if she's gonna look at Levi's nude pics

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    Have to admit, I am a little surprised by this.

    Palin will prob not answer any of Oprah's questions and wink a lot.

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    I heard that she's not actually going to be in the studio. It's going to be a remote interview.

    Hope it's not true. It's hard to nail somebody over satellite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoAmI View Post
    I heard that she's not actually going to be in the studio. It's going to be a remote interview.

    Hope it's not true. It's hard to nail somebody over satellite.
    Oh of course! Coward.

    That ruins everything, lol.

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    Yeah, she can have "technical trouble" whenever she gets asked a question she doesn't want to answer.

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