Sheesh, I thought she would never exit her syndicated show. (I scooped the news all the way back on Nov. 9, 2009.) Not a fan, though I know millions are. And we’re each entitled to our opinion. But the saccharine sign-off Oprah Winfrey used to end her daytime talker made me reach for my insulin: “I won’t say goodbye, I’ll just say until we meet again,” she said. “To God be the glory.” The real miracle will be if viewers follow her to OWN for nighttime talk:
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