In their last episode together [for now], the ladies dive into Bravo's STD clause, Black Panther the movie with Georgette swooning hard over Chadwick Boseman and screaming for her friend Winston Duke, Nicole not having seen it, light skinned guys being out, plus a dating app that allegedly tells you how long you'll be with someone. Black Mirror episode anyone? Bon appetit.
While Nic was away being a worker bee, Tionni and Georgette invited two guests to join the party. Jeremiah (@flizzyhitchens) and Bianca (@stylemebee) brought their raw and honest style to Mo'nique and her beef with Netflix, why it's not so easy for women to say no in certain situations, and the woman vs. man POV on anything relationship related. Bon appetit.
Happy holidays! Tionni's back and Georgette's friend of 20 years comes to visit, chiming in on millennials texting over calling, having children, and being single 'til you're married according to the infamous W-4 tax form.
Tionni skirts perfect attendance for the first time ever so our special guest, Chris Williams joins us to chat Time Person of the Year (which was recorded before it was announced) and holiday season stress.
Leisure Cuba travel is a WRAP thanks to 45 wanting to undo everything Obama created. We also go in about celebrities bleaching their skin, while also spicing it up by naming our celebrity spirit animals and playing f**k, marry, kill.
'THE GIRLS ARE BACK IN TOWN" The ladies are back and in full effect! We are talking about the tragedy that happened in Las Vegas, Tyrese's social media breakdown, and Georgette FINALLY opens up about her unicorn bae.
This week, Nicky and Tionni keep the show going while Georgette is out. We talk about Mindy Kaling's brother and his experience with affirmative action, Lil Boosie wants to get his 14 yr old son a "bad bitch" and a new relationship trend "Love Bombing".
This week, Thomas Knox of Date While You Wait joins the ladies to offer his sharp perspectives on HBO's new show in development that wants to re-imagine contemporary slavery, 45 encouraging police brutality, and the idea of male fragility.
Nicky and Georgette kick things off, and Tionni joins just in time to discuss Chicago's new High School graduation requirement. We chat the new "sex cult" allegations R. Kelly is facing, another version of the Health Care Bill fails, and we talk on work relationships.
The gang's back together again with special guest Matthew Butler. We chat the Russian crossfires popping off in Drumpf Jr.'s email that borders on treason, a young black male killed while traveling overseas, and revenge porn inspired by Blac Chyna and your fave Kardashian's social media drama.
This week, Tionni finds herself one on one with Nicky due to Georgette's absence. We dive deep into why dating in real life may be better than online dating. Nicky brings in a story about how catfishing can turn deadly. We discuss the Castile's family's $3 million settlement and the death of North Korea captive, Otto Wambier.
While Nicky was getting her life in Florida meeting her future parents-in-law, Tionni and Georgette went in about rape culture and the mishaps of the Bachelor in Paradise incident, Georgette's thoughts on 2Pac's biopic, All Eyez On Me, and how the Cosby's case ended in a mistrial.
The ladies chat organizations hazing, Comey revelations from last week's hearing, and Amber Rose's pubic hair photo used to promote her upcoming slutwalk. We also have our recurring guest, Davis Northern, join us to talk about his new film that he and Georgette are producing called Satellite Flight. You can donate to the film's campaign here https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/satellite-flight-drama-technology#/.
Things got heated between Tionni and Georgette over the use of the n-word, Kathy Griffin goes on an apology tour, and Bill Cosby's trial began this week. Plus we explore the plethora of dating apps that discriminate against the best of them.
Tionni breaks her perfect attendance while Georgette & Nicky chat Netflix's 13 Reasons Why being under fire, SNL's slighted farewell for Sasheer Zamata, and Backpage's child sex trafficking ads benefitting from internet freedom of speech thanks to section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.
We address a couple of HBCUs in the news including Howard University being sued for allegedly failing rape victims and Betsy DeVos being booed at Bethune-Cookman. Plus we have some thoughts on Russell Wilson addressing Ciara's son as "our kids."
This week involves more brands effing up on different fronts from the fiasco called Fyre Festival to Shea Moisture leaving out their most important demographic...women of color! We also get real on the dangerous stealthing sex trend. Even our engineer, Wize, weighed in for the male POV. Lastly, we try to decipher how many standards are too much and if our standards are too high. We want to hear from you. Email us email@example.com.
In this episode, Georgette and Tionni share stories of their visit to the National Museum of African American History and Culture in D.C. We also weigh in on Janet Jackson’s alleged $500M marriage heist, prom dress codes and our favorite/not so favorite prom memories. Plus we go deep about the royal family’s revelations about mental health and a Christian mother’s acceptance of her transgender child.
This week, we address the racial profiling of two brands, one involving Drake and a country club, the other brand being Airbnb. Tighten up brands. We discuss the Cleveland shooter that posted his horrific act on Facebook. Disclaimer: we recorded this episode on Monday night before news of the Cleveland shooter committing suicide happened. We also dive into the internet dragging of ex-NBA player, Gilbert Arenas, and Tyrese's previous comments leading him to apologize. When will some men...
We got our first SPONSOR thanks to the Alliance of Creative Professional Women. Learn more about them at creativeprofessionalwomen.com. In this episode, Georgette experiences life with Invisalign, Tionni’s "off" day expands to her show being canceled, and Nicky hates the fitness life. We also go in about the Senate Democrats' plan to filibuster Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, Bill O’Reilly’s disrespectful comment about Maxine Water's hair giving birth to #BlackWomenAtWork twitter...