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Arsineh
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edited 09/25/23 in Show & Tell

Hi everyone,

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If you had your own talk show, who would your first guest be and why?


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  • MMcLain
    MMcLain ✭✭✭

    Anne Boleyn. Controversial then, but now?

  • virgh
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    If you had your own talk show, who would your first guest be and why?

    My first guest would be Kelly Manno from TikTok (@kellymanno) who has done an excellent job describing and defending GenX from the guy who asked the famous question "Who let GenX off the hook?" in his own TikTok post. Her tagline is "TikTok's unofficial ambassador of #GenX" and she is a lot of fun to listen to.

    Virginia C. Hire Damrauer

  • IsaacS
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    edited 09/01/23

    I'd make it a show about music and musicians, and just interview them before and after they play. The show would be like a direct descendent/ combination of the Arsenio Hall Show, Later with Jools Holland, and Charlie Rose.

    And my first guest would be Prince.

  • Stacey Carrasco
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    @GraceG 💯 absolutly the first person that came to mind! She's amazing!!

    Senior Program Coordinator

    De Anza College

  • Nienke
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    Having Maya Angelou as my first guest would provide an opportunity to discuss a wide range of topics, from literature and poetry to social justice and personal growth. Her presence on the show would not only be a tribute to her remarkable legacy but also a chance to learn from her wisdom and insights, which continue to resonate with people around the world. Maya Angelou's words and experiences have the power to inspire and uplift, and I believe that a conversation with her would be both enlightening and transformative for the audience.

  • mkoch
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    Would be interesting to interview the president. I have a few unanswered questions that his press secretary doesn't seem to ever want to answer.

  • AMPM_4ME
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    Great Question!

    I would bring back our Founding Fathers to thank them for the system they created. This system has been tested repeatedly the last few years. I would love their feedback on what they established and where we are today.

    Each future episode would be a historical person from a pivotal time and include the moral of what we learned. War, poverty, struggles, kindness, empathy, and the perils of life.

    All would end with a simple act of kindness and how to pass it on.

  • Nelson Mandela. I would love to soak in some of that positivity despite the circumstances.