There was a weird exchange as Oprah questioned him about why he sued people who he knew was telling the truth. His reaction was odd; "I was on the attack" he said.
Oprah mentioned Floyd Landis, a former Armstrong teammate who won the 2006 Tour de France and then tested positive for testosterone, and had his title taken away. Armstrong said the "tipping point" in his fall from grace was Floyd Landis’ testimony.
“The comeback didn’t sit well with Floyd,” he remarked. Quite.
His body language throughout was very uncomfortable-looking, with crossed legs, arms in front of his body and poor eye contact. it looked as though he may still be lying, but who can tell?
It seems to me as though his ego is as large as ever, and despite a fairly soft encounter with Oprah Winfrey, his reputation is in tatters. Compulsive viewing though.