#129 | Keith Richards is Like 40% Someone Else

How can too much happen in one week? Very easily, apparently. This week, the Say Something Nice crew tackles the DC Comics/CW “Invasion!” crossover; J. Cole’s diss tracks dedicated to Kanye, Drake and everyone else in the rap game; the fact that someone at The Daily Beast didn’t know Disney had POCs (Princesses of Color) before Moana; Trevor Noah’s controversial interview with Tomi Lahren, and 2016 earning even more tear tattoos by taking out beloved celebs Florence Henderson, Raynoma Gordy Singleton, Ron Glass, and more. Join us to discuss these events and much more on the Say Something Nice Podcast!

SHOW NOTES:

• 00:00:00: Intro/Film Reviews

  ◦ Moana” (2016)

  ◦ “Hairspray” (2007)

• 00:15:57: Film News: Marvel Studios vs. Fox + more

• 00:46:41: TV Reviews

  ◦ “This is Us” (NBC)

  ◦ black-ish” (ABC)

  ◦ “Empire” (FOX)

  ◦ “3%” (Netflix)

• 01:03:18: DC Comics/CW “Invasion!” Crossover Review

  ◦ “Supergirl”

  ◦ “The Flash”

  ◦ “Arrow”

  ◦ “DC’S Legends of Tomorrow”

• 01:22:15: TV News: Trevor Noah & Tomi Lohren + more

• 01:49:01: Music Reviews

  ◦ Childish Gambino – “Awaken, My Love!”

  ◦ Lil Yatchy

  ◦ J Cole – “False Prophets”, “Everybody Gotta Die”

  ◦ Ty Dolla $ign

  ◦ “Moana” Soundtrack

  ◦ David Guetta

• 02:05:57: Music News – U-God sues the Wu-Tang Clan + more

• 02:13:44: Ken’s Say Something Nice Challenge/In Memoriam/Outro

 

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Join Brandon, John, Kareem, Ken, and Jamison as we discuss, dissect, and try to make sense of the past, present, and future in film, television, music, animation, race relations in media - and on occasion comics and tech - while trying to remain sane. If you’re tired of hearing the same (*ahem*) monochromatic take on modern media, we’re the podcast for you!