• 2 Dope Queens, HBO team up on four more specials

    2 Dope Queens is coming back to HBO with four more hourlong specials hosted by Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson. Filmed at Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre, the specials are expected to present a similar mixture of interviews and stand-up comedy. Williams and Robinson started their podcast, 2 Dope Queens, in 2015 on the WNYC podcast network. They made waves talking about music, fashion, romance, and race in a way that captivated audiences

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    2 Dope Queens podcast ends with Michelle Obama

    2 Dope Queens released their final podcast Wednesday. The final episode of the hit podcast features an interview with former First Lady Michelle Obama. The podcast is hosted by comedians Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson. Since 2016, they have brought their own brand of comedy, interviews, and discussion on topics important in the black community to the show’s huge fan base. While the two real-life-friends stayed extremely busy with their

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    Baron Vaughn introduces Sears penis photography (Video)

    Comedian Baron Vaughn is here to help you concoct the perfect cock shot with the new Sears Dick Photography studio. Sexting has become such a predominant part of flirting in the technological area that having the right dick pic is crucial to impressing that significant other. Baron Vaughn’s Sears Dick Photography has a wide array of options to make your “one-eyed wonder muscle” look incredible. Whether it’s the Couture Package,

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    Daily Show’s Jessica Williams and Phoebe Robinson reveal Lifetime’s ‘Girlfriend Intervention’ absurdity (Video)

    Comedians Jessica Williams (The Daily Show with Jon Stewart) and Phoebe Robinson (Last Comic Standing) are giving a reality check to a new Lifetime reality show Girlfriend Intervention. Girlfriend Intervention matches four “fairy blackmothers” up with white women to help them discover their “strong, inner black woman.” Exploring some of the ideas the show brings up, Williams and Robinson set out to help out those “basic bitches” not blessed with

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    Is Eddie Murphy the best and worst thing to happen to black comics?

    Just this morning, our pals at Huffington Post Comedy, posted an excellent roundtable discussion featuring comedians W. Kamau Bell, Desiree Burch, Michael Che, Calise Hawkins, Phoebe Robinson and Baron Vaughn, in honor of Black History Month. The discussion spanned what it means to be a black comedian today, how socio-political comedy plays to American audiences going through tough economic times, and a lot more. In the below excerpt, Vaughn examines

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