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This show lacks in entertainment and he is always looking at the cue cards and it's a bit annoying his skits are awful and in no sense funny he looks creepy and always does racial jokes which are sometimes disrespectful . I think he does need some more training or practice at time he looks lost and he doesn't know what to ask his guest. He needs to step up and take charge of his show I could not watch any one of his shows I tried to like he Arsenio Hall show but instead I found myself watching another late night talk show. I feel like he does not connect with his guest and he is always looking around when talking to them and looks a bit nervous at times I wish he had better guest and he could stop some of the jokes that he does overall I will not be watching this show again and instead watch something more entertaining best of luck to Arsenio and his show
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