Arsenio Hall is returning to late night!
It's been 20 years since Hall had his own talk show. It was a big success, and it also changed presidential politics forever when then-candidate Bill Clinton famously put on shades and played the saxophone.
"You know what your drummer said? He said, 'If this music thing doesn't work out, you can always run for president,'" Clinton joked during his appearance.
Hall surprised everyone when he left the show while it was still popular.
"You walked away at the peak, and people thought you were crazy," said INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret.
"Especially my business manager," said Hall.
"Yeah, if I'm your business manager, this is what I'm going to do [mimics choking motion]," joked Moret.
Hall kept a low profile until this year, when he won Celebrity Apprentice.
So where's Hall been? He took time off because he wanted to be a father.
"There was a point when I was like, I don't want to leave this Earth, without a son or a daughter—son! He's twelve now," said Hall.
"He does not know dad the big TV star, he knows dad as dad," said Moret.
"He knows me as the guy who makes turkey bacon in the morning and takes him to school," said Hall.