#166 | SnowBarry Love Child

From superhero miscegenation to finding another Asian actor to play Archie’s rival, comic book properties reigned supreme in this episode of Say Something Nice. The crew discusses the rise of Killer Frost on ”The Flash,” Molly Ringwald joining the cast of “Riverdale,” and Brandon’s review of Black indie superhero drama “Sleight.” In addition to funny book funny business, we discuss the Trump presidency’s effect on television with a revival of “Roseanne,” the post-Kendu influence on Mary J. Blige’s new album, and Aretha Franklin’s long and storied history of being a hater.


• 00:00:00: Intro/Film Reviews

  ◦ “Sleight” (2017)

• 00:18:15: Film News

• 00:23:32: TV Reviews

  ◦ “The Flash” (The CW – mild spoilers)

  ◦ “Riverdale” (The CW- mild spoilers)

  ◦ “Better Call Saul” (Season 2, AMC)

  ◦ “Feud” (FX)

  ◦ “Grace & Frankie” (Netflix)

  ◦ “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.E.I.L.D.” (ABC)

• 00:46:56: TV News

• 01:00:37: Music Reviews

  ◦ Mary J. Blige – “Strength of a Woman”

  ◦ Talib Kweli & Styles P – “The Seven”

  ◦ Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah – “The Emancipation Procrastination”

  ◦ Little Dragon

  ◦ Kendrick Lamar – “DAMN.”

• 01:07:38: Music News

• 01:11:40: Ken’s Say Something Nice Challenge

• 01:32:02: In Memoriam/Outro



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