#81 | Apology Blouse (feat. @EssKayGA)

Brandon’s sister @EssKayGA returns to join him, Ken, John, and Kareem as they run through a bevy of crazy topics and reviews. Among the films discuss are “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”, “A Madea Christmas” (all is explained within the show!), Passion of the Christ (as we discuss Mel Gibson writing Part II), and our TV discussion includes coverage of “Steven Universe”, “The Flash”, “The Carmichael Show”, and (as we wait for Season 4) “Orange is the New Black”.

For the most part, we spend this episode having fun with the news stories (rails are optional this week), including an analysis that claims “Fuller House” may be the most popular show in all of filmed entertainment (!), Chadwick Boseman continuing his quest ot play every Black person in history with Reggie Hudlin’s “Marshall” (as in Thurgood), Bobby Brown’s new book, his “20/20” interview with ABC News’ Robin Roberts and outing of Whitney Houston as bisexual; and – speaking of sexuality – Noah Galvin of “The Real O’Neals” reading Colton Haynes, Bryan Singer, and pretty much everyone and everything in sight over gay representation.

We also pay respect to the victims of the shooting at the Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando, and to Michu Meszaros, the actor who played “Alf” on TV in the 1980s (he was ill when we recorded and passed away the next day).



• 0:00:21 Intro

• 0:08:00 Film Reviews: “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” (2014), “A Madea Christmas”

• 0:18:27 Film News

• 0:40:20 TV Reviews: “The Flash”, “Steven Universe”, “The Carmichael Show”

• 0:56:04 TV News

• 1:31:05 Music News & Reviews

• 1:53:10 Ken’s Say Something Nice Challenge

• 2:18:20 Peace to Michu Meszaros/Outro



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