#108 | Three Years’ Worth of Grave Dust

Lupita Nyong’o is back in a new movie, and this time she’s not a CGI figure! Brandon, Kareem, Ken, and Ali review Disney’s new biopic “Queen of Katwe”, starring Lupita, David Oyelowo, and Madina Nalwanga. Spoiler alert: the movie’s amazing. Go see it.

Later, the guys discuss the original 1973 “The Exorcist”, which Kareem finally got Brandon to see…and he discusses just how horrified he was. They also catch up with cable Black excellence “Atlanta” and “Queen Sugar” and discuss Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie’s pending divorce, remembering “Space Ghost: Coast to Coast”, David Simon geting too familiar with certain words that start with an “n”, “She’s Gotta Have It” and “Dear White People” being adapted to series by Netflix, Fantasia & Anthony Hamilton’s “All Lives Matter” concert, and Don King tap dancing for the Republicans. We also pay our respects to actor Bill Nunn and rapper Shawty Lo, who passed away this week.



• 00:00:00: Intro/Film Reviews

  ◦ “Queen of Katwe” (2016)

  ◦ “The Exorcist” (1973)

• 00:16:47: Film News: Brangelina is done + more

• 00:28:12: TV Reviews

  ◦ “Atlanta” (FX)

  ◦ “Queen Sugar” (OWN)

• 00:50:15: TV News: “She’s Gotta Have It: The Series” + more

• 01:00:23: Music Reviews

  ◦ Future, Galant, Four Tops

• 01:04:47: Music News: Fantasia & Anthony Hamilton + more

• 01:14:59: Ken’s Say Something Nice Challenge

• 01:35:13: In Memoriam/Outro

• 01:45:25: Post-Show: More on “Atlanta”



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