just watched it. dr. novella of course spoke calmly and rationally. at least at first blush, there didn't seem to be any sideways editing to make it appear that he was saying things that he wasn't actually saying. i thought steve actually got a lot more time than the alt-med doctor next to him -- oz seemed more interested in debating with steve than he did in getting positive reinforcement from the other doctor, which i thought was interesting.
i haven't really followed oz that much, and this is (i think) the first time that i've ever actually watched anything of his. maybe people who have watched more of him will set me straight, but to me he seems
like a true believer rather than an outright deliberate deceiver.
i would actually be interested to hear a long-form interview/debate between dr. novella and dr. oz. the most frustrating thing about the show was the many times that steve wanted to respond to something oz said (or at least he seemed to want to) but then they moved on to the next topic. like i said, having not followed oz at all, i was impressed that he allowed steve to finish his thoughts and kept things pretty calm -- i was half expecting a fox-news-y, high-pitched, hysterical debate, but it didn't come off that way to me.
i'd guess that regular viewers of oz's show will dismiss steve as one of "them," but i thought he articulated himself well, and, at least in my opinion, they didn't edit him to make him look bad or stupid or violent. it'll be interesting to hear what steve has to say about the interview after the fact.
edit: didn't see there was already a topic on it until after i posted. wondered why there weren't more responses here.