"The Oprah Winfrey Show" is no more. Let's see if you've been paying attention to what's been happening on daytime TV since the 1980s. (Some of the questions are from Oprah's own trivia quiz, at www.oprah.com.)

1. When did Oprah make its national debut?

a. 1986.

b. 1988.

c. 1990.

d. 1992.

2. About how many Oprah shows had been taped as of January?

a. 2,500.

b. 3,500.

c. 4,500.

d. 5,500.

3. By the show's 25th anniversary, about how many people had been part of the studio audience?

a. 10.5 million.

b. 5.7 million.

c. 3.5 million.

d. 1.3 million.

4. How many people in the United States watched the show in a typical week?

a. 22 million.

b. 40 million.

c. 110 million.

d. 170 million.

5. True or false? Dr. Phil appeared on the show 1,200 times.

6. What novel opened Oprah's Book Club in 1996?

a. The Color Purple.

b. East of Eden.

c. Light in August.

d. The Deep End of the Ocean.

7. What is Angel Lane?

a. The community Oprah created for people displaced by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

b. The name of Oprah's studio complex.

c. The girls' boarding school Oprah founded in South Africa.

d. A viewer-supported foundation that funds charitable organizations around the world.

8. Who rolled out the cake for Oprah's 50th birthday show in 2004?

a. Tom Cruise.

b. Jay Leno.

c. Barack Obama.

d. Stedman Graham.

9. Last year Oprah announced to her studio audience that she was taking it to this country, and that John Travolta would pilot the plane there.

a. Italy.

b. South Africa.

c. Australia.

d. India.

10. What celebrity jumped up and down on Oprah's couch?

a. Michael Jackson.

b. Ellen DeGeneres.

c. Sarah Palin.

d. Tom Cruise.