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Whatcha Looking At

In Communication, Movies, News, TV Shows, Video on November 25, 2022 at 8:15 pm
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It’s fun to watch TV and all of the stars pretending to be wealth.
It’s fun to get involved in the storyline when the characters look like “self.”

Emayatzy stars in Onyx’s REASONABLE DOUBT drama —
that is broadcasted on Hulu for me and your Moma.

Are you watching?
Kerry Washington is the producer and she’s not stopping

at snagging Emayatzy. In fact, the entire cast is steeped in fun,
including the gorgeous Michael Ealy and Pauletta Washington.

You know? John David‘s Mom. She is fire.
Who knew Denzel’s beautiful wife was ‘for hire?

The show is power, style, relevant, and wild. Episode 1 comes in like WHAT!
I was hooked, enjoying the dialogue like a book until the closing punch in the gut.

The punch was directly delivered to me
when I realized the show only debuted on ABC.

ABC served me a taste, an appetizer, an itty-bitty bite,
that lead me to research more of Raamla Mohamed‘s writes.

She is the creator of this fabulous view
that looks real familiar; my communal hue.

Reasonable Doubt is fresh and the view is fine.
Peep this dime on HULU’s shine.

I’m into powerful stances thus, I dig the next serial jones.
Being the daughter of a Cowboy, I love YELLOWSTONE:

Are you still watching? I won’t bother to go back over what I already wrote.
But when it comes to kicking ass and asking questions last, the Dutton Fam get’s my vote.
I was raised in Texas and rodeos are dope!

Whenever the television is on it is because I’m feeling surf-groovy,
So, I’m quick to slide over to the streamers in hopes to catch a good movie.

Is that what you’ll be doing for the remainder of the day…feeling surf-groovy?
Well, hit me back, because I’m feeling that.
In fact, up next, REVIEWS from streaming movies:


Whatcha Looking At & Whatcha ‘Gone Do?
I’m Qui
Thanks for stopping by, I am most THANKFUL for YOU.


In #SeveralLayersDeep, Comedy, Communication, education, encouragement, Griot, Science, TV Shows, Video on November 16, 2022 at 3:15 am

The other day, while channel surfing I found a show that was broadcasting its 4th season on TruTV, and I fell head-over-heels for it. What do you know about TV personality Kevin Pereira and comic Brooke Van Poppelen and the series HACK MY LIFE? Season 1 debuted in 2013 and the last season aired in 2018. Interestingly enough, IMDB hasn’t closed their production date brackets; the productive billing reads: ” 2015 – …” To me, that’s a sign of hope for future hack defibrillation.

No fan of reboots here, HACK MY LIFE is perfect still, in its show outline. There isn’t a show on the air with competitive content to date. For instance, when Murphy’s Law shows up at your house while you are changing clothes and your zipper gets stuck. You could tug on it and catch your skin in the process or you could:

Who knew? Knowledge remains ours for the taking
…and you thought wax paper was only for baking.

What about a hack using shaving cream, a dryer sheet, a half of a lemon, an avocado, a few drops of milk?

Who knew? Did you?
The show towers well beyond a thing or two.

I learned so much that I had to share it with you. No lie.
Episodes reviewed prior to sharing it with you, were only 5.

Each episode is informative; it’s the kind of series one should ‘take to heart.
There’s gamification and product relations that leave ya’ laughing and feeling smart.

Here’s one more glimpse of the show before I go:

Catch the show while it is nigh and learn a thing or 3,
I’m Qui
atop of this hill to chill with thee and watching the most TruTV.


In Comedy, Communication, encouragement, Music, Networking, News, Self Improvement, TV Shows on November 14, 2022 at 3:15 am

Feel good music is inspirational. I grew up on it. It is largely the springboard that has propelled us to what popular music is today. But does it still make us feel good?

RICKEY SMILEY is not a Musician, he is a Comic, and Radio/TV/Film Show Producer who’s been in the Broadcast game for more than 20-years. I’ve written about Rickey before and we all sang “Camel Toe.” Remember? Good times and surprisingly all the more, there was good music in that stand-up. Today many musicians refer to him as Uncle Rickey because of his Supportive Multi Industry Producer moves. Rickey is also a long time team member of DISH NATION Radio/TV broadcast out of Atlanta and into 60+ other markets nationwide.

Rickey has a long reputation of always being Live, Funny, and Honest with the Black American Community. I follow him because he’s a successful and affective influencer. Peep Rickey’s thoughts on Hip Hop’s “feel good factor:”

What’s missing in the music?

I enjoy “Inspirational/Christian Rap,” but surely positivity extends ages beyond the church. I mean, “people” make up the congregations on Saturday & Sunday. “People” also live in communities all across the world everyday of the week and whether they go to church or not — there is ample opportunity to extend positive inspiration.

This is a great time for music to reclaim the emotional appeal of the people and fill them with positive ideas. Let’s laugh at new comedy and jam out to positive message rap. Why not? You deserve it.

Like Rickey, I listen to a lot of instrumental and chill music because it better accommodates and doesn’t intrude on my positive thoughts in progress. What about you? What are you listening to?

Let’s rap about it. Shall we?



Jam out.