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  • Episode 9

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    S 1 : Ep 9 - 12/10/08

  • Episode 7

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    S 1 : Ep 7 - 11/26/08

    Controversial rapper Fat Man is profiled, as he starts production on his Nickelodeon series; Darnell Royce, the creator of Ghetto Beat Down is interviewed, to talk about how he his being pushed out of the street fight video business; Thelonius Brown talks about his newest venture, exporting water from Africa; and a round-table discussion is held about why there isn't more retarded roles for African American actors.moreless
  • Episode 6

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    S 1 : Ep 6 - 11/19/08

    Johnny Tapp, the principal of a high school, explains why he suspended the abstinence only program for a program that encourages the students to have sex; David Alan Grier learns the shocking truth about his family tree; Terry Slater is interviewed, a man who does reenactments of a slavery uprising; Laron and Dan Wainscott-Merkeson are profiled, conjoined twins, one Caucasian and the other African American.moreless
  • Episode 4

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    S 1 : Ep 4 - 11/5/08

    David talks about Barack Obama being elected President and what he can do so he doesn't mess up for future black candidates; the story of Peanut Wiggins, a volunteer poll worker in Florida; the Ku Klux Klan talks about why they voted for Barack Obama; jazz musician Poots Walker, who can play the trumpet with his backside, is profiled; and minorities debate which is now the most oppressed.moreless
  • Episode 2

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    S 1 : Ep 2 - 10/22/08

    David Alan Grier gives a message to white America about electing a black president; thugs in the hood deal with the national gas shortage; boosting black participation in professional sports; racist voting machine.moreless
  • Episode 1

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    S 1 : Ep 1 - 10/15/08

    David Alan Grier talks about the death of hip-hop and how it lost its mind; Maya Angelou talks about the poems she would read if either Barack Obama or John McCain would be elected; Chocolate News mourns the death of one Roger Dunn, one of their investigative reporters and only white correspondent; the N-Word Peace Treaty breaks out into violence; and Chocolate News looks back at Luscious Trenton Johnson, the first black man to run for President.moreless