Well, tonight is the last night of Oprah Winfrey's Canadian tour - with a stop at Vancouver's Rogers Arena before a sold out crowd.
As it was in Edmonton and Calgary, the event is called 'An Evening with Oprah'.
It's a chance for Oprah to share stories from her life and talk about how her fans can reach their full potential.
And as it was Edmonton and Calgary, George will interview Oprah on stage one-on-one as part of the evening.
Of course, with each stop on her tour, tickets were almost impossible to come by. And we're sure there were a lot of disappointed fans who didn't hear what Oprah had to say.
So we've got a special treat for you...
You'll be able to see the George and Oprah interview this Wednesday night, January 30, on the program!
In the meantime, here are a few highlights of Oprah's conversation with George from Monday evening in Edmonton.
Oprah on her exclusive interview with Lance Armstrong
"I think that was one of the hardest things in life he had ever had to do. I think he was ready for it," she told George.
"I stayed up for two nights prior to it reading the USADA report and I read David Walsh's book and Tyler Hamilton's book and then my team and I sat in a room and we cross referenced what they had read and there were like stacks. We had a board we had an arc for the interview. I sat down and we crafted 112 questions for him."
"I prepared, I prepared, I stayed up, I stayed up, and before I went in... I had everybody leave the room, I sat in that room and meditated and at the end of the meditation I prayed to surrender the whole thing, to let it go so I could be in the space of no judgement, no agenda."
"I had made the mistake with James Frey in 2005 of having such anger with him because I thought that he had lied and betrayed the book club and all that stuff and I had all my own ego and energy in it. My prayer for Lance was to take my ego and any agenda I might have out of it and to meet him, my presence to his presence," she said.
Oprah on Lance Armstrong's public confession to doping
"I really do believe that the ultimate, you know, he said that "this is the beginning, this is a process" that was the truth. That was the first step with him making that confession and the real truth is your life isn't about a bike and it isn't about the races and isn't about the mistakes that you have made."
"It's really about how to figure out how to become a better human being and if he is willing to do the work to do that, he can become a real hero in his life, for himself and maybe the world. The real work is just starting if you ask me," she said.
"I think when you have a life that is that big and a quote 'fall from grace' that's that big you know it means something certainly in your own life... but everybody has the ability within them to rise again. Maybe not to cycling fame but what really matters in the world is what kind of human being he chooses to be and I think he has it within him to be one of the great ones."
Oprah on President Barack Obama's Inauguration
George: "President Obama's inauguration is today. We're grateful that you're here."
Oprah: "Yes, I was thinking the inauguration was on the 20th."
George: "Is that seriously what happened?"
Oprah: "That is what happened."
George: "Because the newspapers in the states are wondering why isn't Oprah here."
Oprah: "Because I am in EDMONTON!!" (cheering)
Oprah on the Quentin Tarantino film Django Unchained
George: "What did you make of that film, the controversy around that film?"
Oprah: "Well, I think people were not calling people Mr. or Mrs. I have problems with the N word but I certainly did not have a problems with the N word in that context because in the 1800s that was a word that was used."
Oprah on Spirituality, Her Ego, And Interviewing
Oprah said of all the spiritual leaders she's talked to over the course of her career, Eckhart Tolle is the most self-actualized. It made her realize that it was her ego that showed up with James Frey.
"What I recognized after Eckhart Tolle, that was my ego wanted to demand from him, an apology and that is what people saw."
"I've interviewed people who've killed their kids, several times, different kinds of people and I've interviewed child molesters and I was more compassionate with them then I was with James Frey and I realized that was my ego that flared up there."
"So that was really my thinking when I went into the interview Lance. Have no agenda. Just stand back with your ego. Whatever he answers, that's his answer. I'm not there to make him one thing or another. I'm there to offer the space in which he can offer his truth if he chooses to."
You can listen to Oprah and George's full conversation on cbc.ca/live right here.
And here's video of Oprah opening her talk in Calgary.
Also, the Huffington Post put up a piece today from Cory Ashworth - a Vancouver radio host who sat beside George last night at the Canucks game.
He talked to George today on his radio show about what it was like to interview Oprah. You can read a transcription of their conversation here.
And Cory included this photo with his Huffington Post story.
As well, CBC Edmonton did an interview with George, before the tour kicked off. You can watch it here.