It wasn't as funny as it could have been, but I did laugh. And naturally, the woman did annoy me for a second.
First, Dave shortened his monologue and pre-interview jokes to bring on Ms. Winfrey.
She looked fantabulous---does anyone know who made her dress?
It was gorgeous. Brown silk fitted, a-line skirt with a purple sash around her waist AND the best part--underneath the dress was purple tulle. OMGosh it was so cute!
Points to Oprah for really playing up that Purple card.
She kept going on and on about how she never knew there was a feud between them...yeah. right. Oprah, I remember that show when you swore you wouldn't do Dave, don't play us like that.
They spoke about how she sent his son, Harry, his own starter book club books. Cute. They spoke of Oprah lying when she was a child. Cute. Then Oprah pulled out her purple box of jokes and the party started.
Did you see it?
An autographed picture to Dave, of and from Uma Thurman and Oprah.
And then she annoyed me. She is going to Ethiopia. Again.
I'm all for charity. I'm all for helping the poor. And the poor in Africa. And for African Americans going to Africa and helping. Hello? I'm Black. I'm for it.
Doesn't charity start at home?
She's been there, done that. Can't she help the poor kids in America, that don't have a Christmas, too?
And can she stop talking about it like we can all afford to do that? To me, when she discusses it, she makes herself sound so much more holier than anyone else. That she is the best.
Which brings me to her next joke: she kept implying that she and Dave were the richest peeps in America--you had to see her doing this because that was funny.
Did anyone believe that up until a couple years ago, she still didn't know the impact of her show or thought of it as a success?
Twenty years, Oprah. Come on!
Shows have come and gone in that time.
Overall, she was good, not as good as ghetto Oprah, but still entertaining and looking fabulous!