As our interview wrapped, Oprah had time for a lightning round of the questions she gets asked most often. Q: What dead person would you most like to meet or get advice from? A: Jesus.
Q: What's your all-time most memorable meal? A: Cornbread and black-eyed peas.
Q: What's the one thing you can't do because you're famous? A: Have a pootie in a public restroom.
Q: What makes you laugh? A: Talking to Gayle King on the phone at night.
Q: Where have you visited that you'd like to return? A: My house in Hawaii.
Q: In the movie of your life, who would play you? A: Kimberly Elise.
Q: If you could change places with someone— A: Wouldn't.
Q: What's the best material gift you've ever received? A: A convertible Bentley from Tyler Perry, who also makes me laugh out loud.
Q: Who was your most difficult interview? A: Can't say. They're still around.
Q: Do you still dream big? A: I'm dreaming really big for my new network, OWN.
Q: After ten years of writing "What I Know for Sure" in O, do you know anything else for sure? A: Maya Angelou warned me I shouldn't do that column because it was going to be a pain to come up with something new every month. I know for sure: She was right!