Oprah Winfrey said that her next move following the end of her long-running talk show would be to get out of the studio and start exploring, and she does just that in Sunday's episode of "Oprah's Next Chapter."
The media mogul chronicles her first trip to India in Sunday's episode, and she packs in quite a bit. Not only does she visit the Taj Mahal and meet Bollywood stars, but she also sees what it's like to live in a 10-foot-by-10-foot home, as one family does, and visits with another for a traditional Indian meal.
"There is nothing like this country," Oprah says in a preview clip. "I'm forever changed by this experience."
You can check out photos from Oprah's visit to Mumbai here, and watch her experience in the country Sunday on OWN at 9 p.m. ET.
Everything on Friday night's episode of "Fringe," from (yet another) changed opening sequence, to Henry Ian Cusick's performance, to the sight of an aging Broyles - and yes, a glimpse of William Bell (Leonard Nimoy) - was as perfect an episode of television as we've seen this season.
I can't say I followed every single thing in the episode, which took us to 2036, in a world ruled by the Observers - but then again, the "Fringe" mythology in general literally needs multiple timeline charts to explain, so I didn't mind. This was as gripping an episode as we've ever seen.
Etta and Simon, two fringe agents, plotted to bring back Walter Bishop, who was frozen in amber. This, of course, goes against the belief that the original fringe division, in the original universe, was purged, along with many others who didn't become "loyalists" to the Observers.
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