Imagine Donald Trump; actually smart, actually rich, and actually having revolutionized reality TV. Oh wait, I’m imagining Oprah. And after last night’s instantly legendary Golden Globes speech, a lot of people (at least on social media) were suddenly imagining an Oprah 2020 run for the White House. And you can understand the enthusiasm. She spoke for more than eight minutes without lying, attacking the free press, praising Vladamir Putin, or riffing on the size of her button. She even has the word win in her last name (You’re gonna get tired of all the Win-frey?). My sense is that the reaction to Oprah’s speech is less about her ambitions and more about our yearning for sanity. Compared to what we’ve gotten used to over the past year, she seemed both very stable and fairly genius. But what if Oprah’s speech was less about running for office and more about an even higher calling? What if she wants to be something more important than a president: A citizen who takes a stand. When it comes to that, she has my vote. Here’s the speech. “For too long, women have not been heard or believed if they dare speak the truth to the power of those men. But their time is up. Their time is up!”

+ Would she actually run? I have the same question I had when people thought Mark Zuckerberg might run. Why would she take the demotion? And yet, CNN already has an Oprah 2020 Live updates blog.

+ The movies and shows that won the night’s awards aren’t getting a lot of water-cooler chatter, but Big Little Lies and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri each had four wins. Here’s a complete list of winners.