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I admit to being an Arsenio show fan in the 80's 90's. This was not because I liked the dude. It was because his show was a vehicle to get black entertainers some airtime. The rap culture was jumping off during this time. his show followed the arc of rap popularity. when rap because really commercial and crappy in the mid 90's, his show became obsolete. his "comedy" was never funny. Now is a great time to celebrate the diversity of America because we have a black president and entertainment is also much more diverse. the problem with his show is he's living in the past. who wants to see washed up guys like Nelly and Bill Bellamy? I haven't seen one A-list celebrity yet in over 2 months. I believe they will cancel it by spring or summer.....
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