Oprah Winfrey Hilariously Struggles to Remember the Silliest Episodes of Her Show While Visiting Ellen

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If you can’t remember every show episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show,
don’t feel bad -- the host herself can’t either!

During her appearance on Friday's The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Oprah
Winfrey struggled to recall all of her interesting and hilarious show topics while
playing a game called “Oprah or Noprah."

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The game, which only someone like Ellen DeGeneres could come with, revolved
around titles like “Does This Clutter Make My Butt Look Fat” and “Alaskan Men
Looking For Brides” being posted on a screen. Oprah, Ellen and the studio
audience then proceeded to hold up signs with their best guesses as to whether
or not the titles applied to actual episodes of the media mogul's former

Not even Oprah, 61, could believe (or remember) some of her shows,
including “Gay for 30 days.” 

Oh, and for the record, “Does This Clutter Make My Butt Look Fat” was
also a real show topic she hosted.

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During her sit-down with Ellen, Oprah had plenty to say about her
recent 15 pound weight loss, although she admits she kept mum about her 10
percent investment in Weight Watchers, which made her millions overnight.

When Ellen asked about why she didn’t get a call to also invest, Oprah
playfully reminded her of the dangers of insider trading.

"Now, I didn't tell you about it because I wanted to play the stay
out of jail card -- for both of us!" she playfully explained. 

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Oprah, who has her hands in many projects, recently opened up to ET
about her docu-series, Belief. She promised the new program will help further
our understanding of life.

"Life is about trying to grow yourself to whatever is the next
level," Oprah said. "So, this Belief series is the next level for

To see Ellen’s interview with Oprah about her recent weight loss watch
the video below.