The second night of Oprah Winfrey's interview of former cycling star Lance Armstrong is shown on video screens at Pete's Cafe Bar in downtown Los Angeles Friday, Jan. 18, 2013. Through a marathon mea culpa that spanned two nights on TV, Armstrong spoke almost dispassionately about lying and cheating, about arrogance and bullying, about lost honor, status, achievement and income.(AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

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The second night of Oprah Winfrey's interview of former cycling star Lance Armstrong is shown on video screens at Pete's Cafe Bar in downtown Los Angeles Friday,  Jan. 18, 2013. Through a marathon mea culpa that spanned two nights on TV, Armstrong spoke almost dispassionately about lying and cheating, about arrogance and bullying, about lost honor, status, achievement and income.(AP Photo/Reed Saxon)
The second night of Oprah Winfrey's interview of former cycling star Lance Armstrong is shown on video screens at Pete's Cafe Bar in downtown Los Angeles Friday, Jan. 18, 2013. Through a marathon mea culpa that spanned two nights on TV, Armstrong spoke almost dispassionately about lying and cheating, about arrogance and bullying, about lost honor, status, achievement and income.(AP Photo/Reed Saxon)
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