Black Card Rehab
Beautiful Moo Moos (w/ Bri Gigér)

Beautiful Moo Moos (w/ Bri Gigér)

April 1, 2020

Bri Gigér is a stand up and sketch comedian and loves the stand up comedy legend, Moms Mabley. Bri shares with us some important history about Moms and does an incredible spot on impersonation of her hero. We talk about how her influence is still present in current stand up comedy and how looking different than your audience helps you get really good at turning perceptions on their head. 

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Hip Hop Beefs & Beginnings (w/ Armando Torres)

Hip Hop Beefs & Beginnings (w/ Armando Torres)

March 25, 2020

Armando Torres is a stand up comedian and co-host of Cult podcast with my White friend Paige and he just happens to know a TON about Hip Hop. In this episode he teaches me about the origins of hip hop and breaks down some very specific beefs in the hip hop community. He also happens to be our first non-black guest because knowledge of Black culture is for everyone! 

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Once Denise Left (w/ Jazmyn W)

Once Denise Left (w/ Jazmyn W)

March 18, 2020

Jazmyn W is a stand up comedian and she LOVES the TV show A Different World. In fact, A Different World was the reason she knew she was going to go to college. She is through and through “a Whitley” and tells us all about why this show is important for the culture. Also we talk about Dwayne Wayne and Dwyane Wade in the same episode! 

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The TV Show ‘Pose’ is a Test (w/ Akeem Woods)

The TV Show ‘Pose’ is a Test (w/ Akeem Woods)

March 11, 2020

Akeem Woods is a traveling comedian and a finalist for NBC Stand Up for Diversity Showcase and he LOVES the TV show Pose. Though he has never been very interested in drag culture, he strongly relates with the themes of being black and gay and experiencing familial rejection. Also we cannot remember Mark Paul Gosselaar’s name. This episode is sponsored by SEAWEED SNACKS!

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Sex Symbols of Gospel (w/ Kimberly Clark)

Sex Symbols of Gospel (w/ Kimberly Clark)

March 4, 2020

Kimberly Clark is a comedian and one of Time Out LA’s Comics to Watch and she LOVES (or used to love) Gospel music. She grew up in the church as a pastor’s daughter and draws comparisons between old school and new school artists…even new kid on the block, Kanye West. This episode features our first ever “wha’chu know about (fill in anything old school and black)?” moment, when once again, Paige knows more about black culture than expected. 

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When He Was K-Dot (w/ Keenan Baker)

When He Was K-Dot (w/ Keenan Baker)

February 26, 2020

Keenan Baker is a comedian and podcaster and he has loved Kendrick Lamar since back in the day when he was K-Dot. Keenan breaks down his own personal history in developing his particular taste in hip hop music and what it is that makes Kendrick so great. As a standup, he finds himself more inspired by hip hop artists than other comedians and even shares some bars with us from his rap battling days in middle school. Listen to also find out what we decide white people should say instead of the n-word at concerts. 

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The Origin of ‘Pop Off’ (w/ Dewayne Perkins)

The Origin of ‘Pop Off’ (w/ Dewayne Perkins)

February 26, 2020

Dewayne Perkins is a stand up comedian, actor and a current writer on Brooklyn 99. Dewayne and my white friend Paige are legit experts on the hit reality TV show Bad Girls Club and the tell me all about it. If you’ve ever heard someone saying “Pop off! Pop off!” well, sis, this is from that. Whether or not you’re a fan of this show, you will definitely enjoy this trip down the sh** show, memory lane. 

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Hair Love (w/ Jil Chrissie)

Hair Love (w/ Jil Chrissie)

February 19, 2020

Jil Chrissie is a comedian, actor and writer known for her one-woman show Comedy Hoe and she LOVES (and is learning to love) Black Hair. We are happy to air this episode on the heals of the recent Oscar Win for the outstanding short by Matthew A. Cherry also titled Hair Love. Jil shares about her complicated relationship with wanting to love her hair while still wanting to be desirable to men and the entertainment industry. And PLOT TWIST: Paige knows what crochet braids are! Put your headphones in and get ready to go under the hooded dryer for this one. 

 

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The Shiny Suit Era (w/ Neil Charles)

The Shiny Suit Era (w/ Neil Charles)

February 12, 2020

Neil Charles is a comedian known for being on The Eric Andre Show and he LOVES 90’s Hip Hop. In this episode Neil gives Paige and Kristal the 411 (that was a 90s thing, right?) on all things 90’s hip hop including his top five albums to check out and some of his favorite, unsung heroes from the era. Somehow we all end up doing a very black thing: talking about conspiracies. Also, will Kristal finally be cancelled for insisting on referencing Nelly’s "Air Force Ones"? 

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Leon is the Black George Clooney (w/ Kennelia Stradwick)

Leon is the Black George Clooney (w/ Kennelia Stradwick)

February 5, 2020

We're kicking off Black Card Rehab with Kennelia Stradwick, a Los Angeles based comedian, host and actor. Kennelia LOVES the actor Leon. She is also hilariously stressed out by the fact that Kristal, a black woman, does not know who Leon is. Kennelia wants everyone to know that Leon is the black George Clooney and to show some respect. In this episode we give this man his flowers. 

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