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  • Season 1
    • Episode 10
      Episode 10
      Episode 10
      12/17/08
      0.0
      LeRon Watkins is interviewed about how he'll turn around the prestigious African-American magazine Jet; James Green, a member of the Barack Obama transition team, tells how American people can get a job in the Obama Administration; a round table discussion is held about what the biggest story of 2008 is.
    • Chocolate News 110
      Episode 10
      12/17/08
      0.0
      David Alan Grier gives a list of things that black people want white people to give up. Next, visit Black Comic-Con. Later, see the Obama White House application. Finally, hear about the second biggest news story for black people this year.
    • Episode 9
      Episode 9
      12/10/08
      6.8
    • Episode 8
    • Episode 7
      Episode 7
      11/26/08
      8.3
      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
      Episode 6
      11/19/08
      7.8
      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 5
      Episode 5
      Episode 5
      11/12/08
      9.7
      Thelonius Brown talks about how he's helping crack addicts become healthier; the shocking trend of African-American children disappearing, form the celebrities who adopted them, is investigated; Harland Mathers is profiled, a death row inmate who's last meal was an all you can eat buffet, that has lasted for over two years; and a look into how hockey has quadrupled it's African-American viewer ship.moreless
    • 11/12/08
      0.0
      Is Obama getting a little too comfortable by wearing track suits and building a basketball court in the White House? Next, Thelonias Brown prescribes medicinal crack pills. Later, the shocking story of people who adopt African babies and dispose of them when they get older. Also, meet death row inmate Harland Mathers, who eats an endless buffet to avoid being executed, and meet Dishan Jameson, a rookie fat black hockey goalie who is changing the face of the sport. Finally, Oprah is leaving her show and this is an emergency! We new a new powerful sassy black woman to replace her.moreless
    • Episode 4
      Episode 4
      11/5/08
      8.8
      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
    • 10/30/08
      0.0
      David Alan Grier begins with a plea to all African Americans: please don't do anything dumb before election day on November 5. Then, Chocolate News profiles the Denegrofication Institute, which specializes in reforming wiggers to their natural white selves. Later, meet the Jackie Robinson of porn, Licorice Stick. Not only did he break the color barrier, he also invented some of the most classic sex moves in the business - the double dookie dip, the Detroit mud pie and the Cleveland compost heap. Chocolate News will also expose John McCain's close racist advisor, who also happens to be his dry-cleaner. Get ready for DAG to shed light on one of the most tragic ailments in black America, Fat Black Mama Syndrome or FBMS. Finally, a political roundtable in which DAG argues that McCain's prison time does not qualify him for the presidency. If it did, we'd be saluting President Mike Got-Damn Tyson, now wouldn't we?moreless
    • Episode 3
      Episode 3
      Episode 3
      10/29/08
      6.8
      David tells famous black people what to do, until November 5th, to help get Barack Obama elected; a look into the Denegrofication Institue, where white family members can send their black acting family members; Donald Mayfield is profiled, the first African-American to appear in interracial adult films; Chocolate News investigates the phenomenon of "Fat Black Momma Syndrome"; and David hosts a roundtable discussion on who is more qualified to be President.moreless
    • Episode 2
      Episode 2
      10/22/08
      8.0
      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.
    • Episode 1
      Episode 1
      10/15/08
      7.9
      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
    • S1:01
      S1:01
      Episode 1
      10/14/08
      0.0
      David Alan Grier laments the death of hip-hop followed by Maya Angelou?s Inaugural poetry for Barack Obama and John McCain. Plus, Phat Man delivers his message to America?s classrooms and a bi-racial commission creates guidelines for usage of the N word.
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