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Ryan O'Neal Watches 'Farrah' with Farrah

5/16/2009 10:00 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Ryan O'Neal showed up at Farrah Fawcett's home yesterday to watch the NBC special, "Farrah's Story."

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UGGGGHHH    

I MENT TO SAY PEACE..

1929 days ago
17.

George    

Farrah Fawcett is a very brave woman and has put a a hard fight to do what she could to rid herself of cancer. She has also taught everyone who watched the program, to continue your fight and never give up the battle. I remember Farrah when she first started her career and knew she was someone special. I think she really is the blond icon for my generation and she will always be loved and remembered no matter what the outcome. I wish her and her family the best in this difficult time and I really hope she knows how much she is loved and admired. She will always be an Angel.

1929 days ago
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Nanny of 8    

MAY GOD BLESS FARRAH AND HER FAMILY......THAT WAS THE MOST TEAR CRUSHING SHOW. SHE IS A BEAUTIFUL IN AND OUT. PLEASE PEOPLE DON'T COME ON HERE AND BELITTLE HER OR HER FAMILY. HER SON AND RYAN LOVE HER MORE THAN ANYTHING IN THIS WORLD.... RED MADE MISTAKES AND HE IS HURTING, HOPEFULLY HE WILL COME OUT A STRONGER PERSON. SO PRAY FOR HER AND WHAT SHE HAS HAD TO GO THROUGH.

1929 days ago
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jaye-caroline    

After seeing her suffering, I am giving up cigarettes. I don't ever want to go through that. . . thank you Farrah! I hope many people got a wake up call from your story. Both she and her family are in my prayers. . . especially Redmond. God bless.

1929 days ago
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Zebedee Doodah    

What is in Ryan's bag - his supply of Crystal Meth?

1929 days ago
21.

hmmm..    

To anyone bashing Ryan, SHUT UP. He loves her very much and it was HER idea for the show. This is a man is great pain over the love of his life, and his son is having troubles too, so LAY OFF! Very touching to watch this show. Farrah's bravery is touching.

1929 days ago
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dumpthechump    

I watched my mother die when I was sixteen of cancer. I didn't think I could watch this but I didn watch the second half. I agree with the comment about Farrah having such a good friend in Alana and to those who have harsh words for Ryan, it's none of your business. If he makes her happy, or if he made her time any more bearable then God Bless him too. I pray for her and that if I should ever be in her situation, I have half of her bravery, and as many caring kind people in my life.

1929 days ago
23.

Barb    

Terri..... Give it a Break.. Good gawd woman...

1929 days ago
24.

Twinker    

Sending thoughts of love and peace at this very sad time. Heaven will have a new Angel soon enough.

1929 days ago
25.

San Francisco    

> When no miracle happens, why is God never questioned?
With respect to Farah's bravery, I still have to ask - if saying the Rosary didn't bring the miracle, will she say her God wasn't listening? Or he was listening and ignored her? Or his answer was NO.

1929 days ago
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Barb    

Jody, You don't pay attention. This was NOT Ryan's idea, it was Farrah's totally. This is a true love story betwen Ryan and Farrah. She was there for him when he was first diagnosed with his cancer. The filming throughout was Farrah's plan.

1929 days ago
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Wanda W.    

People please get over this celeb drama about Farrah. People die ALL THE TIME of cancer. Death is part of life people. Why should her cancer story be any different? She fought the good fight. She had money to battle it. At least she wasnt old and sickly and had no money to fight like members of my family. Let her die in peace,geez people !

1929 days ago
28.

Tdu1vme    

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1929 days ago
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olddrunk    

Agree that she has walked a long, hard journey but as a newly diagnosed cancer-stricken woman with no insurance, I don't stand a chance. I'm sorry but she has money and has been given chances most of us will never have. Still, I wish for a miracle for her. I agree with her when she says she does not want to die from THIS disease. Anything but this.

1929 days ago
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patty deborn    

I watched my mother in law go through the HELL that bone cancer that spread through out her body, produced. She did end up with us and next to MD Anderson Cancer Hospital in Houston, TX which is a great cancer hospital right here in the US.
I just wonder if all the pain and misery is worth the extra years of HELL? I want to not go through this pain when the outcome is 99% death at the end, regardless of the treatment. I had another friend who had cancer of her entire body at a young age too The doctors said she could live a good year or endure treatment for the same year, and still not make it. She chose the year of HELL and died. It is the choice of the person, but I am not going to be treated if the cancer is one that doesn't have much chance of working. Much love to Farrah. She is an amazing woman who is enduring her personal HELL with all of the treatments. I hope her son makes it too. Mine is also in that position and worries, constantly, that something will happen to me while he is in prison for drug use. Please Farrah, somehow, make it out of this horror, peacefully. with love, a fellow Texan, Patty

1929 days ago
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