Pop star David Cassidy and his band prepare to perform his hit song "I Think I Love You" on the show '70s Sensation David Cassidy and the Cosby Kids—Where Are They Now?
After a break, Oprah introduces the next segment of the show.
For years, Americans spent their evenings with the lovable Huxtable family in their Brooklyn home. So when Oprah Show producers decided to stage a reunion of The Cosby Show kids, they also constructed an exact replica of their iconic living room.
Oprah and Rabbi Shmuley stop to take a family photo with Carolyn, Mackensey and Meagan after the taping of Cameras Capture Families in Crisis
Oprah chats with the audience before the taping of How They Revved Up Their Sex Life
Before the show starts, Oprah and Gayle notice there are Oprah and Gayle look-alikes
in the audience. They come out for a closer look!
Harpo employees set the stage for the taping of Bill Cosby Calls Out the "Dirty Laundry"
, in which comedian Bill Cosby addresses the problems he sees in parenting today.
Oprah enters the studio for her interview with Bill Cosby and Dr. Alvin Poussaint.
William, a show guest, says hello to Oprah during the taping of Bill Cosby Calls Out the "Dirty Laundry".
In 2003, Oprah gave Fannie the honor of being Princess for a Day. Five years later, she surprises her with a home makeover from Nate Berkus during the show Hall of Fame Guests: Where Are They Now?
Fannie, whose home was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, hugs Oprah after hearing the news.
After checking in with Sharyn and Marvin, former hoarders, Oprah greets their grown children during a commercial break.
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