Puff Daddy and Ma$e perform "Been Around the World". In an infomercial, self-made millionaire Malcolm Monroe (Chris) hawks his money-making system: lottery tickets.Cold open: Chris talks about auditioning for The Chris Rock Show (with a soundbite from David Alan Grier). Wyclef Jean performs "Gone Till November" with the Urban Youth Symphony.Chris and Arsenio talk about talk shows, then watch the "Puff Daddy Remix" of their interview.Chris interviews professor Thad Taylor (Mario Joyner), who shows hidden camera footage of himself getting thrown out of a restaurant and a cab because he's black (actually, because he's naked). Conan talks about his show, basketball, and his life in high school, and does some ebonic stand-up comedy. But this revelation didn’t cause the same awkwardness as Andrea was specifically talking about a personal choice, not generalizing. ” She was that particular strain of non-black girl who felt she could make racial comments to me, because I’m “different” somehow. The comment was so extravagantly dumb, I didn’t waste my breath saying, “You developed a philosophy on race and sexuality based on a drunken makeout sesh with a synthetic weave-wearing Jamaican chick at a BBQ? It’s also worth noting that in a later episode, Andrea Kelly came out as a vocal fan of “the swirl,” noting that she was generally more interested in experiences with white men post-divorce. But there was definitely some palpable tension when the conversation turned to breaking down sexual experiences through a racial lens. The conversation quickly moves on, and this did not turn into any kind of racial moment on television; it was quickly chalked up to Jessica’s “say anything/do anything” personality.
You first mistake was choosing a man named Peeta.)Anyway, Liam has continued to thrive in the entertainment biz, impressing me (on an extremely personal level) with his recent roles that prove he’s capable of being the leading man I’ve always wanted in my life. When he's not putting his thoughts on paper, he likes to pretend he's just like Channing Tatum in "Step Up" as a hip hop d ...Republished From Racialicious — So, as I am wont to do, I found myself doing chores and catching up on reality TV. During a routine conversation about vaginal lasering and rejuvenation, this exchange happens: Sheree Fletcher: Wait a minute, let me ask you this. Jessica Canseco: The guys I’ve talked to complain – that’s why they don’t want to go down. I had heard about Nicole Murphy/Andrea Kelly’s new show, but I also set myself up for disappointment by reading the title as “Hollywood ” not “Hollywood Exes.” Here I was excited to hear all about these new women-fronted development projects, and the show is actually about moving on from your famous spouse. It’s my understanding that men really don’t care what it looks like – Jessica Canseco: Well, that’s ’cause you datin’ a black guy, honey! Jessica Canseco: Black guys are like “eep eep eep” (makes chicken fingers). Of those surveyed, 47 percent said they have never hooked up with someone and another 28 percent said they rarely hook up (a term which was defined in the survey as sexual activity without being in a committed relationship).At the same time, 51 percent thought their peers were hooking up occasionally, and 25 percent thought their peers were hooking up frequently.“The perception is that that’s a fairly common practice in their schools,” she said.The show won an Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Variety or Music Program in 1999. Cold open: Greg Gumbel reports that Chris Rock is the latest casualty in the East Coast/West Coast comedy war, with soundbites from Robert Townsend, Jimmy Walker, Nipsey Russell, Keenen Ivory Wayans, Janeane Garofalo, Andrew "Dice" Clay, and suspect Carrot Top.Chris and Erykah Badu perform a musical tribute to recently-deceased Mobutu Sese Seko.Did you know that most Juneau teens have never “hooked up” with someone before, or if they did, it was a rare instance?Or how about most of the time, Juneau teens let their parents know when they are out with their romantic partner?*record scratch* Sheree Fletcher: Now wait a minute… Jessica Canseco: From what I hear, black guys don’t go [down.] *gasps* Nicole Murphy: (in confessional mode) That’s garbage. Sheree Fletcher: They complain about our vaginas to ?