Former talk-show host Montel Williams broke down to Oprah Winfrey on today's show, pleading with her to continue her successful talk show beyond its 2011 run date.
Williams -- who hosted a long-running talk show for 17 years and is battling multiple sclerosis -- said when Barack Obama was elected president in November he realized for the first time that without his show, his voice wasn't going to be heard.
"Really think hard before you say enough. You owe it to us," Williams told Winfrey. "Even if you retire from doing this everyday, we've got to hear from you everyday."