Sheryl Underwood becomes emotional while applauding Oprah Winfrey's portrayal of the sister of a disabled woman. She shares, "From my heart, I watched your reaction on the disabled, because my sister's disabled and that's why we don't put her in a convalescent home or boarding care away from us. And I had to stop watching it because that reaction was so real." Oprah shares about her character, "She had a sister who had been put in a home for what they called mentally disabled at the time. But it was this home for mostly young, black girls where they did the most horrific things..." Oprah reveals a behind-the-scenes moment from shooting that scene, "[Director] George [Wolfe] comes up to me and he says 'I want to give you a note. You are seeing her in the external, and she needs to be here (motions to her heart)... I see it in your eyes.'" Oprah continues, to Sheryl, "So I shifted that, and the fact you recognized it is worthy of the note. So, thank you Sheryl."