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On Sunday, June 1 at 9PM/8 PM Central, viewers will have the chance to catch up with some of their favorite television icons when "OPRAH: WHERE ARE THEY NOW?" sits down with "The Love Boat" cast member Ted Lange, '70s icon Charo, and actor D.B. Sweeney. These stars will talk about the work they are most famous for and they will give all the latest updates in their careers and lives.
In the episode, stars from the '80s hit television show 'The Love Boat,' Ted Lange, Cynthia Lauren Tewes and Jill Whelan, reunite and reminisce about life aboard The Pacific Princess.
Then, in a rare interview at her Beverly Hills home, the one and only Latin music sensation and international sex symbol Charo shares the secrets to her success and sets the record straight on the real meaning of her multimillion-dollar catchphrase 'Cuchi-Cuchi.' Plus, her son talks about what it's like having Charo for his mother.
He charmed millions as goofy and loveable Uncle Joey on the popular sitcom 'Full House.' Now, Dave Coulier reveals his real-life relationships with former co-stars Bob Saget and John Stamos, the priceless advice Jay Leno gave him when he was just starting out in standup comedy, and the truth about those Alanis Morrisette rumors.
Eight years ago, we met a 5'6" mother of two who weighed only 80 pounds. She called herself 'the walking dead.' We catch up with her at home to see how she's doing today.
It was one of the most dramatic makeovers ever featured on 'The Oprah Show,' The Grizzly Man, left Harpo Studios with a clean-cut look, amidst thunderous applause of approval from the audience. Find out what he looks like today.
Actor D.B. Sweeney, best known for his role in the '90s classic film "Cutting Edge," talks about why he left Hollywood and how he ended up on OWN!