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Two months before taping, Harpo gets word that Apple said no to being a part of the "Favorite Things" episode. "Apple has been elusive. They don't need us to promote any of their gadgetry or their innovation or their technology. They like to control that themselves," executive producer Sheri says. "So Oprah's bummed."

Oprah says she started thinking of another way to get the iPad into her "Favorite Things" show. "When I heard that wasn't going to happen, I was sick about it," Oprah says. "I was thinking about buying 300, and the only reason I wouldn't buy the 300 is because I thought it would be unfair to all the other people who were donating their products for our 'Favorite Things' show."
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