Monie and Q go on a potty humored tangent from refrigerated kids, a Middle School menage a trois, the perplexities of peeing, the zip vs the drop, why men miss the toilet, penis envy, to a better and much more enjoyable jaw line exercise. They end the episode with their very first befitting mashup of Toni Braxton's Let It Flow and TLC's Waterfalls.
On another crazy call, best friends Q and Monie discuss musicals, their wild experiences with health care while being employed, unemployed, insured and uninsured, being denied food stamps, and the overall shade of seeking public assistance. This episode ends with a fitting tribute to unemployment in the style of Erykah Badu's Tyrone.
In the 10th episode anniversary of And Sh*t!, Q and Monie discuss wether or not Q actually suffers from ADD, muse being a fickle b**ch, how to finish sh*t, the Devil Wears Melanin in the White House aka Omarosa, and learning how to say no and mean it. To celebrate their 10th week and 10th consecutive episode they leave the audience with another classic duet, Anniversary by Tony Toni Tone!
On another crazy call, best friends Q and Monie go on a rant about how his car caught on fire, the fears of having and rearing children, learning from advice vs learning from mistakes, curls and jazz fusion albums, and getting beyond your comfort zones to make sh*t happen in your life. The infamously tone deaf duo ends the show with a rendition of Rick James and Tena Marie's Fire & Desire, which literally goes up in smoke.
On another crazy call, best friends Q and Monie talk about Quincy's AAD (Accent Adaptation Disorder) and segue into an unexpected conversation about multicultural chicken recipes, chicken conspiracies, and sentimental moments around friend chicken. They top off the episode by butchering a Karaoke cover of Maxell's Pretty Wings. You don't want to miss this one.
Q and Monie discuss gentrification, the history of White Flight, Black Flight, White Return, and ethnic displacement across the inner cities and suburbs. The hilarious duo tops it all with a hopeful but horrendous plea for unity by singing a cover of Ebony and Ivory by Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney.
On the maiden episode of And Sh*t Quincy LeNear Gossfield and Monice Mitchell Simms talk about their first attempt at podcasting, technical difficulties, and the eye-opening experience of becoming short-term and summer parents.