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He talks about different topics than the other guys. Tt's refreshing. and Tt's nostalgic at the same time. The conversation is more free speech than the others. Leno and Letterman you can tell they forced their guest to make up a quip or a stupid story that never happened to them.
It's a bit more mellow with more conversation.
Have you noticed that the shots and panning are longer than other talk shows? It's because he can carry a conversation and doesn't really on multiple camera shots.
Good for you, Arsenio. I hope this gains some traction, and people will adjust their attention spans so that they want to learn about the guests he interviews.
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