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Comedian Nick Cannon is back – and using his potent voice to attack the haters and naysayers, while discussing everything from the controversial times we’re living in to how getting old affects his dating. Plus, there’s Nick’s scoop on how a trip to Australia was the straw that broke his marriage to Mariah Carey’s back. Filmed live at the Ebony Repertory Theatre in South Central Los Angles.