Airing of Grievances episode 16, The Heart Attack, in which Jay and Micah discuss the episode where George believes he is having a heart attack and Elaine dates a creepy doctor. The hosts discuss the validity of faith healers, hypochondriacs we know, and pulling the plug.
FREE FULL EPISODE: This week on Look Forward, Jay is joined by Chris from the 3 Black Geeks podcast to discuss Bernie Sanders higher education plans, the Republican debates, the Iraq War in retrospect for POTUS candidates, the minimum wage fight, more state budgetary tailspin, and much more.
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the crew discuss the 1970 comedy-drama film, Watermelon Man, directed by Melvin Van Peebles and starring Godfrey Cambridge and Estelle Parsons. The story of an unlikeable (by everyone) white man named Jeff Gerber who wakes up one day as a Black man in the 1970s. Challenging notions of white liberalism, disparity, and pushing the envelope of racial comedy in its time, Watermelon Man pulls no punches. More than simply a morality tale, Van Peebles takes a stab at the heart of what it means to be a man of color during that time.
This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew joined by Chris from 3 Black Geeks and Anthony from The Grand Shuckett Podcast discuss Solar satellite propulsion, Marvel’s Secret Wars, Sex Criminals, Fox’s New Mutants, Constantine cancellation, Marvel’s recruitment of new directors, Supergirl, Jem and the Holograms and much more.
Holy crap! Have you ever wondered what Michael Bay could do if he really had talent? What if he took his love and maddening explosions and cars and then applied it to a film with a coherent plot. Now let’s also assume he stopped being such a pig and hired Eve Ensler, a writer from the Vagina Monologues, to consult on set so as to make the film a secret feminist message where the title character isn’t even the real hero. You would have Mad Max: Fury Road and you would sit back and love every second of it.