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When Jerry is finished, Jack brings in the next group of guests—and finally gets the moment of contrition he had been hoping for. "Bob delivered exactly what we want. I think he had a light bulb moment while we were taping in Oprah's presence," Jack says. "To see a man who was 74 years old apologize was a great moment that I really think helped give the show heart and soul."

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By the time the taping ends it had run 20 minutes over. "In 1987, I left [Williamson] with a sense of he wasn't able to have his say, Michael, be able to have real closure," Oprah says. "This show did that for him."

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While Jack was taping in Williamson, producer Leslie dove into the Judds' final Oprah Show appearance. Find out what surprise Leslie and the Judds cooked up for Oprah
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