One More Thing: If you had your own talk show, who would your first guest be?

Oprah Winfrey. She’s the epitome of success and philanthropy. Her life has been a continuous showing of resilience. The lessons we can learn from her are countless.
Queen Stewart 
Voorhees

Gritty. He is unfiltered and is a man of mystery, and he has some serious dance moves. Plus maybe I’d get to the bottom of what his belly button is.
Anita Nathan 
Philadelphia 

My first guest would be one of the blind/visually impaired people we taught how to ballroom dance at Dance Haddonfield. They would tell you how dance enriches your life, no matter who you are.
Joe Murphy
Haddonfield

I would love to have seen what was in Gene Roddenberry’s mind, because I am convinced he was from the future. The Star Trek series he developed had technologies that weren’t possible during his time, yet they have all come true except beaming technology to transport people.
Chong-A Dodd
Gibbsboro  

Lin-Manuel Miranda – his absolute genius awes and amazes me. I believe him to be one of the most gifted musicians of our (or any) time, and he seems to be such a humble, unassuming person.
Lauren Mullen 
Medford

Taylor Swift. I’d ask: As a self-made billionaire, what are the goals you set for yourself and what would you do to improve society?
Scott Soffen
Cherry Hill

If she was still alive, I would have Golda Meir. She was such a great leader, and I would be curious what she thought about the war in Israel today.
Allyson Bernstein
Cherry Hill

Nick Sirianni. Would love to know his plans for the season!
Billy Gregger
Clarksboro

My first talk show guest would be Walt Disney. He is a family favorite of ours, and I would ask him what were his original inspirations for the Disney venture and what does he think of the company today?
Al Shaffer  
Cherry Hill 

Benjamin Franklin. He was a smart guy and was usually fun to hang with.
Rob Jakubowski
Audubon

Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel. Wouldn’t it be fun to have all 3 of them on the other side of the desk and ask them questions. What’s it like to take so many risks with your monologue at a time when people get cancelled so easily? Who was your worst guest? Don’t know that they’d answer, but it would be fun to ask.
Lorena Miller
Ocean City

Mark Zuckerberg. He’d never answer the question, but I’d love to know if he thinks making Facebook was a mistake.
Insha Patel
Hainesport

June 2024
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