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(Image Source: OWN) BY LAUREN ZIMA Oprah Winfrey aired her interview with Whitney Houston’s daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown, Sunday night. The OWN Network special marked Bobbi Kristina’s first interview since her mother’s death. KGTV has a clip. “I can sing her music, but to hear it right now. I can’t. I can hear her voice and spirit talking to me and telling me, ‘Keep moving, baby. I’m right here.’” Bobbi Kristina told Oprah she’s doing as well as one could hope. WBFF reports Oprah also sat down with Pat Houston, Whitney’s sister-in-law, manager and best friend. “Were you afraid that she would be gone too soon?” “If things hadn’t changed, but things were really changing with her.” There have been rumors Bobbi Kristina also suffers from substance abuse problems like her mother once did. That issue was not addressed in the interview, but the 19-year-old did tell Oprah she plans to head down the same career path as her mother. “We’re gonna do the singing thing. We’re gonna do some acting, some dancing.” “Oh my god. That’s a lot of pressure for you, don’t you think?” “It’s a lot of pressure, but she prepared me for it.” Bobbi Kristina is now living with her Uncle Gary and Aunt Pat at Whitney’s Atlanta home. On WFLD, an anchor and panelist from TMZ analyze the interview, calling it both “chilling” and “telling.” “When Oprah asked if there was any resentment for people saying Bobbi Brown got Whitney hooked on drugs, and Bobbi Kristina said she didn’t know if that was true. It was a really telling interview, and like you said, very emotional as well.” Hollywood Life applauds Bobbi Kristina on speaking and maintaining her composure. *******www.hollywoodlife****/2012/03/12/whitney-houston-bobbi-kristina-brown-oprah-interview/ But The Washington Post points out the interview didn’t deliver any major revelations, saying Winfrey asked generally easy questions. “Winfrey didn’t ask [Bobbi Kristina] more probing questions about her hospital stay shortly after her mother’s passing, or about her current relationship with her father, Bobby Brown. The talk show host treated her gently, perhaps because Pat Houston was the one who had been appointed to answer the really hard stuff.” Pat shed tears when talking about seeing Whitney’s body. Pat and her husband Gary, Whitney’s brother, also addressed Bobby Brown. Gary called him a “good guy,” and said he loved Bobby -- he just didn’t know if Bobby and Whitney were very good for each other. Finally, NBC’s Today Show has Bobbi Kristina describing her last day with her mother. “I went to go get her, and I said, ‘Mom, will you just come lay down with me?’ and I slept in her arms, all day. All night long.” In the interview, Bobbi Kristina did not address a TMZ report that she plans to change her last name from ‘Brown’ to ‘Houston.’
13 Mar 2012
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The clip father bobby defends john from Sleepers (1996) with Robert De Niro, Vittorio Gassman I gave on Sunday. I'm in a rush, okay? John Reilly. Little punk. He got out of line, so I put him back in line. No big deal. You put him in the hospital. He's alive, ain't he? Look, if he's smart he learned himself a lesson. What are you, about 220? 230? Yeah. You're a big guy. How much do you think John Reilly weighs? 80? 85? That's not even a featherweight. If this were a fight, you'd be way out of your division. Look, it was a slap. It was nothing. Well, next time you'll be meeting me. And I may not be in your division... but I do weigh more than 85 pounds. And you won't need a doctor when I'm done. You'll need a priest to pray over your body. See you in church. Father Bobby would have made a good hit man. It's a shame we lost him to the other side.
11 Nov 2011
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The clip father bobby comes to court from Sleepers (1996) with Dustin Hoffman, Robert De Niro Everything good? Good. Good. I like to hear that. Bye-bye. You're late. Very interesting attending the morning mass. Your Honor, the defense calls Father Robert Carillo. Father, do you know most of the people in your parish? I know all the people in my parish. Do you know the two defendants, John Reilly and Thomas Marcano? Yes, I do. How long have you known them? Since they were boys. They were both students of mine. Remain standing. How long has it been? It'll be 20 years this spring. Raise your right hand. I'm a priest. The case of the people... of the state of New York against John Reilly and Thomas Marcano. Do you swear the evidence you are about to give is the truth... the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help you God? I do.
11 Nov 2011
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The clip running in to father bobby from Sleepers (1996) with Robert De Niro Father Robert Carillo was a longshoreman's son... who was as comfortable sitting on a barstool in a back-alley saloon... as he was standing at the altar during High Mass. He had toyed with the life of petty crime before finding his calling. He was a friend. A friend who just happened to be a priest. You know what crap like that does to your body? Come on, Father. It beats smoking, and it's cheaper too. Maybe. So what do you hear? Anything? No, nothin'. I hear you're interested in becomin' a priest. Who says? Word is, you wanna get the feel of a confessional booth. I don't know what you're talking about, Father. You don't, huh? No. Well, maybe I got the wrong information. Yeah, I guess you did. I'll see you later tonight. What's tonight? I gotta drop some books and magazines off... for the elderly and disabled around the neighborhood. Your mother said you'd love to help. Yeah, I bet she did. Shakes, I don't want you getting into any trouble. Come on, Father. You know I never do. That's all I wish for you and your friends. That's it? That's it. Nothing else. I swear. That's it. You know, a priest shouldn't swear. And kids shouldn't be listening to other people's confessions. I'll see you tonight. All right. See you. Okay.
11 Nov 2011
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The clip snyder questions father bobby from Sleepers (1996) with Dustin Hoffman, Robert De Niro Father, do you recall, uh, where you were on the night of November 1 of this past year? Yes, I do. Where was that? I was at the basketball game at the Garden, the Knicks versus the Celtics. And, uh, when did the Knick game begin? About 7:30. What time did it end? Between 9:30 and 10:00. Do you remember who won that game? Sad to say, it was the Celtics. Kevin McHale and Robert Parrish... were a little too much for our boys that night, even if it was All Saints Day. Well, next time, give me a call. I'll try my guy. I'll try that. Father Carillo, were you at the game alone? No. I went there with two friends. And who were those two friends, Father? John Reilly and Thomas Marcano. The two defendants? Yes. The same two defendants. Father Carillo, at 8:25 p. M... the time the police say the victim Sean Nokes was murdered... were you still with Mr. Reilly and Mr. Marcano at the basketball game? Yes, I was. And at what time did you... Mr. Reilly and Mr. Marcano part company? It was around 10:30, a little later. They dropped me off in front of the rectory... near where they had picked me up. Did the two defendants tell you where they were going? No, they didn't. But I imagine after a night spent with a priest... they went looking for the first open bar they could find.
11 Nov 2011
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The clip snyder questions father bobby Part 2 from Sleepers (1996) with Dustin Hoffman, Robert De Niro So, then, Father, if the two defendants... were with you at 8:25 at the night of the murder... they couldn't have shot and killed Sean Nokes, as the prosecution contends. Isn't that correct? Not unless they shot him from the blue seats at the Garden. No. No. He was not shot from there. Then he was not shot by those boys. No further questions, Your Honor. Thank you, Father.
11 Nov 2011
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The clip michael questions father bobby from Sleepers (1996) with Robert De Niro Your witness, Mr. Sullivan. Thank you, Your Honor. Did you buy the tickets for the game, Father, or were they given to you? No. I bought them. On the day of the game? I went to the box office about a week before. Uh, did anyone know you were going to the game, other than the two defendants? I don't think so. Was anyone with you when you purchased the tickets? No. No one saw you buy the tickets? That's right. Did you get a receipt? No, I didn't. Pay by check, MasterCard, Visa? No. I paid by cash. I usually pay for things in cash. You care for the boys in your parish, don't you, Father? Very much. And there isn't anything you wouldn't do for them. Am I right? Anything in my power to do, I would make it a point. You're like a father, a good father, looking out for one of his sons. Something along those lines, yes. And is it true, then... as a good father, you would want to protect them from something they shouldn't have done? As much as I would want to protect them from something someone else said they did, yes. Like a murder? Yes, like a murder. Let me get this straight then. No one knew you were going to the game. No one saw you at the game. No one saw you buy tickets for the game. There's no record you even bought tickets. You have no receipt for the tickets. Am I correct? Yes, that's correct. Then how do we really know, Father? How do we know you and the two defendants... were at the game on the night of the murder? I'm telling you as a witness and as a priest we were at the game. Yes, as a priest. And a priest wouldn't lie. Am I right? A priest with ticket stubs wouldn't need to lie... and I always keep the stubs. Do you want to see them?
11 Nov 2011
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The clip asking father bobby for help from Sleepers (1996) with Robert De Niro, Minnie Driver So what is it? Where do you come up short? Witness. We need somebody to take the stand... and say they were with John and Tommy on the night of the murder. So you figured if you had a priest, it would be perfect. Not just any priest. So you're... you're asking me... you're asking me to lie. You're asking me to swear to God and then lie. I'm asking you to save two of your boys. Did they kill that guard? Yes. So what they said is true. They walked in and they killed him. Yes. They killed him exactly like that. I think I need a drink. Anyone want a drink? Yeah. This is some favor you're asking me.
11 Nov 2011
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The clip going to see father bobby from Sleepers (1996) with Minnie Driver, Robert De Niro Sorry I'm late. I lost all track of time. I got this idea for a witness, but I'm not quite sure yet. But I wanted you to come along so you could see it. Where are we going? To his place. Where is it? He's in the rectory. No, Shakes. I can't... How was court today? Like the first round of a fight... everybody just feelin' each other out. How did the boys look? Like they wished they was someplace else. It's the sheep that stray that you most want back. It's not too late, Father. We still have a chance to bring in a couple of stray sheep. One more chance. Is that chance legal? Last chances never are. King Benny behind this? He's in on it, but, uh, he's not callin' the shots. Who is? Michael. I should've smelled it. The minute he went for the case, I should've figured somethin' was up. It's a good plan. Michael's got it all covered. Just about every base you look at, he... he's got it covered. Not every base. You're short something, or else you wouldn't be here. You don't shit a shitter, right? That's right.
11 Nov 2011
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The clip father bobby listens to shakes from Sleepers (1996) with Robert De Niro I just sort of blacked out, but what I could remember... is that I couldn't even breathe. I started to choke... Then I blacked out. But I do remember when... when, for fun... they'd take us down in the basement... and tie two or three of us together and watch. I got a decision to make. I only pray it's the right one. It will be, Father, whichever way you go. Good night. Okay, so you were sitting down, you were having dinner...
11 Nov 2011
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The clip father bobby comes from Sleepers (1996) with Robert De Niro, Jason Patric Early in my stay, I'd written and asked my father not to come. I couldn't look at my father and have him see in my face... all that had happened to me. Michael had done the same with the interested members of his family. Tommy's mother couldn't get it together to visit. John's mother came up once a month. But no one could stop Father Bobby from visiting. So listen, let's try to keep this on a happy note, okay? Nokes warned us not to say anything to Father Bobby. If we did, the reprisals would be severe. You lost a few pounds. It's not exactly home cookin'. Sit down. So, I get to see all four of you guys today. I loved Father Bobby, but I couldn't stand to look at him. I was afraid he'd look right through me, past the fear and the shame... right through to the truth. Shakes, is there anything you wanna tell me? Anything at all? You shouldn't come here anymore, Father. I appreciate it and all. I don't think it's the right thing for you to do.
11 Nov 2011
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The clip father bobby encourages shakes from Sleepers (1996) with Robert De Niro, Joseph Perrino I stopped off at Attica today on my way up here to see an old friend of mine. You have any friends not in jail? Not as many as I would like. What's he in for? Triple murder. He killed three men about 15 years ago. And he's a good friend? Yeah, he was my best friend. We hung out together. We were close, just like you and the guys. We were both sent up here. That's right. And it wasn't easy. Just like it's not easy for you and the guys. This place killed him. Made him not care anymore. Don't let this place do that to you, Shakes. Don't let it make you think you're tougher than you are. I gotta go, Father. I'll see you in the Kitchen, hmm? I'm counting on you now. Wipe the tears off your face. Don't let them see it.
11 Nov 2011
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The clip father bobby encourages shakes Part 2 from Sleepers (1996) with Robert De Niro Don't let 'em see you crying. Don't give them the satisfaction. You'll be out of here before you know it. You're gonna be okay. I didn't want to let him go. I never felt as close to anyone as I felt to him that moment.
11 Nov 2011
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The clip coming to see father bobby from Sleepers (1996) with Robert De Niro I hear you're short an altar boy. You still remember what to do? Easy on the water, heavy on the wine... and ring the bells whenever I see someone start to nod off. Get ready. We got five minutes till showtime.
14 Nov 2011
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The clip snyder questions father bobby Part 2 from Sleepers (1996) with Dustin Hoffman, Robert De Niro So, then, Father, if the two defendants... were with you at 8:25 at the night of the murder... they couldn't have shot and killed Sean Nokes, as the prosecution contends. Isn't that correct? Not unless they shot him from the blue seats at the Garden. No. No. He was not shot from there. Then he was not shot by those boys. No further questions, Your Honor. Thank you, Father.
20 Feb 2012
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The clip father bobby encourages shakes Part 2 from Sleepers (1996) with Robert De Niro, Joseph Perrino Don't let 'em see you crying. Don't give them the satisfaction. You'll be out of here before you know it. You're gonna be okay. I didn't want to let him go. I never felt as close to anyone as I felt to him that moment.
20 Feb 2012
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