Who’s watching the new sketch comedy show In The Flow from Affion Crockett on Fox? If you’re not – you’re missing on some good stuff.
I don’t think it’s unfair to compare In The Flow to The Dave Chappelle Show, or even In Living Color from back in the day – reason being, all those shows are great in their own right.
Recently, Affion had Chris Brown on and challenged him to a little Michael Jackson dance competition.
You’ve all seen Chris bust a move. Check out Affion hold his own as well.
CNN reporter Kareen Wynter was seriously trying to report on this very important news of the day (ha…), but the little guy in the background steals the spotlight of the entire newscast.
Love the kids…
Like Congress and Obama negotiating the debt ceiling, I have been deadlocked in a staring contest with Comcast since their conversion to digital. My contentious relationship with America’s largest cable company dates back over a decade. As a college student who required a high speed internet connection, to work remotely on technology projects and grade assignments, I had to choose between DSL and Cable. I picked the cable connection because of the poor service my employer received from the DSL provider (insert name of telecom broken up by U.S. Department of Justice) and the lack of a yearly contract offered by Comcast. The relationship was all quick downloads, pirated music and [...]
Black History Month – Day 12 Spotlight: Arsenio Hall
Actor, comedian, and former talk show host Arsenio Hall just celebrated his birthday – he was born February 12, 1955. Arsenio is best known for his talk show The Arsenio Hall Show, which ran between 1989 and 1994, and his roles in the films Coming to America and Harlem Nights.
Hall was born in Cleveland, Ohio, the son of Anne and Fred Hall, a Baptist minister. Hall performed as a magician when he was a child and attended Warrensville Heights High School in Warrensville Heights, Ohio. After he graduated, he attended Ohio University, and eventually transferred to Kent State University.