Is Kevin Livingston still working in the basement at Mellow Johnny's?
It's obvious they should have just made it one show ...
Will you rise again? "I don't know... I do not know the outcome here. I'm getting comfortable with that. That would have driven me crazy in the past.... I am deeply sorry for what I did."
Lance said he's a better human being now.
Boo — we've heard there's a print interview in the works, but rest assured.... it's not us. Sadly.
Mark Stichel — yes. I call, he never answers.
LA: "Biggest challenge for the rest of my life is to not slip up again, and not lose sight... it's an epic challenge."
If LA was a better man after cancer, I am glad I didn't know him before ...
What's the moral of the story? "I can look at it, cheating to win bike races, bullying people... of course you're not supposed to do that. I think it was about that ride, losing myself, and the ultimate crime is the betrayal of these people who supported me, and got lied to."
Oprah: "I hope the moral of the story is that the truth shall set you free."
And now... on to CNN's Anderson Cooper 360... lead story tonight.
I need a fact check -- Is that the first celebrity guest Oprah hasn't hugged?
Well, thanks Oprah ... in this case, the truth might send him to jail
As one journo just said: "I feel like barfing, and it's not from all the beer I drank last night ..."
Back on CNN: Betsy Andreu and Dan Coyle, as well as Bicycling's Bill Strickland.
Besty: "I couldn't watch tonight, I wanted to, but couldn't. It's a sense of relief and also vindication. And a sense of sadness... how it has affected so many people in such a destructive way."
Having not watched tonight, Betsy can't believe Armstrong thinks he deserves to compete again.
Strickland: "What we're seeing here is someone that doesn't know how to tell the truth."
@Mike From what I understand, it was extended.