A group of smokers who told their stories on The Oprah Show line up for a picture after the show.
The crew puts the finishing touches on a colorful set for Oprah's conversation with Dylan Lauren, the founder of the Dylan's Candy Bar in Manhattan.
Oprah shakes hands with Dr. Brent Glass, director of the National Museum of American History. Dr. Glass is on the show to display the pair of ruby slippers Judy Garland wore during the filming of the classic movie The Wizard of Oz.
Museum employees cover the ruby slippers in glass and—with armed guards keeping watch—oh-so-carefully remove them from the stage after the show.
Oprah Show producer Julie goes over the script with Oprah during a break.