#180 | Real Time with Jerrod Carmichael | #saysomethingnew

So this week, “The Carmichael Show” just started dropping N-bombs as if the script were edited by Quentin Tarantino. Uncensored. Six times. On NBC. In prime time. And once by a white man! The SSN Crew discusses the drama and politics of the episode, as well as Jerrod Carmichael’s thoughts on the infamous word. In addition, we also discuss Phil Lord & Chris Miller being fired from the Han Solo “Star Wars” film, Sophia Coppola’s white-washing of her Civil War-era film “The Beguiled,” and do a short tribute to The Infamous Prodigy of Mobb Deep.

 

SHOW NOTES:

• 00:00:00: Intro/Film News: “Han Solo” solo film troubles + more

• 00:20:43: TV Reviews

  ◦ “The Carmichael Show” (NBC, SPOILERS)

  ◦ “American Gods” (STARZ)

  ◦ “Shooter” (Netflix)

• 00:38:53: TV News: “Watchmen” HBO series

• 00:46:08: Music Reviews

  ◦ DJ Khaled – “Grateful” (2017)

  ◦ Katy Perry – “Witness” (2017)

• 00:50:00: Music News: BET Awards + more

• 00:58:14: Say Something Nice Challenge

• 01:11:18: RIP Prodigy of Mobb Deep/Outro

• 01:16:35: Post-Show: “Queen Sugar” and more on “The Carmichael Show”

 

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