Canceled MSNBC Show Congratulates Itself For Doing A Super Awesome Job [VIDEO]

Christian Datoc Senior White House Correspondent
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For the final segment of its final broadcast, MSNBC’s “The Cycle” decided to congratulate itself on its super awesome run. (RELATED: ‘The Cycle’ Doesn’t Know Lindsey Graham And Jim Gilmore Are Different People [VIDEO])

KRYSTAL BALL: On behalf of the four of us, I’d like to thank our incomparable crew that worked so hard to get us on the air every single day. The incredible folks in hair and makeup who make us look our best and feel our best every single day. Our amazing team that has really become a family, led by Steve Friedman. And most of all, you at home…

ABBY HUNTSMAN: The one thing we can all agree on is that “The Cycle” is a show that we can be so proud of, and we came in this building every single day with one mission in mind, and that is the audience, and that is delivering the news and delivering stories that are fun and energetic and smart and sometimes awkward… what?

NEBLETT: Look over that-a-way when you say “awkward.” *points toward Ari Melber*


ABBY HUNTSMAN: I just want to say, I love you guys, and I love our audience, so it’s been a great wild time, and it’s been fun.

ARI MELBER: I’m proud of this show. I’m proud of our team. This has been a show where we’ve covered a lot of stories, both serious and important, and sometimes fun as well, and we’ve sometimes brought values to the table. I think about that with each of you, the team I work with, and I’m proud of that.

NEBLETT: I’m proud that over the past three years — I love you guys. I love Steve. Thank you for trusting us on this journey, and you know, I love MSNBC. This network meant a lot to me and to us before we were here, even as guests. We’re proud to have been a small part of its history, and I hope you guys keep watching because it’s trying to do something special, and we were trying to do something special, and I think we look back with pride on the 700 shows or so that we did with pride and joy —

KRYSTAL BALL: We’ve been doing this for over three years now. It’s been a joy and a privelege.

NEBLETT: We’re going to continue being friends, continue to speak to you. Thank you for taking this journey with us.

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