‘Oprah: Where Are They Now’ Episode Guide (Aug. 24): Pat O’Brien; Robin Williams Tribute

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‘Oprah: Where Are They Now’ Episode Guide (Aug. 24): Pat O’Brien; Robin Williams Tribute

“Journalist Pat O’Brien, Jack Wagner and Maggie Wheeler” Season 4 Finale (08/24/14) – More than 16 years ago, Pat O’Brien was once at the top of the entertainment news world, hosting “Access Hollywood” and “The Insider.” In 2005, however, his image and career were tarnished forever when a drunken Pat left a series of sexually explicit voicemails that were released to the media.

Now, in a one-on-one interview with Oprah, the newscaster talks openly about his alcoholism and recovery, the downfall and rebuilding of his career, and his new book “I’ll Be Back Right After This.”

Then, Maggie Wheeler landed one of the most notable recurring roles in television when she was cast as the funny, fast-talking New Yorker with a big laugh, Janice, on “Friends.” Maggie opens her home to introduce her husband and two daughters, and share whether she feels playing Janice helped or hindered her career.

Next, “General Hospital” heartthrob Jack Wagner was part of one of the most iconic daytime television couples of all time, Frisco and Felicia. Today, he opens up about his divorce with on-screen love, Kristina Wagner, meeting his long-lost daughter for the first time, and his music career.

Plus, an update from Zach Ferris, the young boy whose violent tantrums had his family afraid for their lives. And, “Life Goes On’s” trailblazing actor Chris Burke, now 48 years old, at his home in New York City talks about the potential in everybody and his work giving back through the National Down Syndrome Society.

Plus, a sneak peek of the groundbreaking OWN docu-series “The Specials,” a fun, honest story about five housemates with intellectual disabilities who share the ups and downs of their daily lives from first love to heartbreak, from leaving college to finding a job.

Finally, the episode will feature a tribute to the beloved comic genius Robin Williams with favorite memories from his 14 unforgettable appearances on the “Oprah” show.

The popular series “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” returns for an all-new season, tracking down favorite “Oprah Show” guests who made you laugh… and made you cry. Get a glimpse inside the lives of the biggest newsmakers and most memorable celebrities of all time in the premiere episode of “Oprah: Where Are They Now?” airing Sundays on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.

The all-new season kicks off with compelling updates from the stars of the ‘80s hit television show “The Love Boat,” Ted Lange, Cynthia Lauren Tewes and Jill Whelan, as they 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 Charo shares the secrets of her success and sets the record straight about the real meaning of her multimillion-dollar catchphrase “Cuchi-Cuchi.”

Next, Dave Coulier charmed millions as the goofy and loveable Uncle Joey on the popular sitcom “Full House.” Now, he reveals his real-life relationships with former co-stars Bob Saget and John Stamos, the priceless advice Jay Leno gave him about standup comedy, and the truth about those Alanis Morissette rumors. Plus, 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!

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