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Digging into CLAWS

In Communication, Griot, TV Shows on July 5, 2017 at 4:45 am

claws.jpgI’ve been scratching at the typing-pad to get this piece out,
but not a minute before comprehending what ‘the nail’ is about.

The original series CLAWS is a catty TNT broadcast
starring a host of ballsy gals being lead by Niecy Nash.

It’s about a “class” struggle, illegal deeds and cash.
From within a doctors office and nail salon – moving meth stash.

The businesses are fronts that launder dirty cash.
Desna is the name of the character that’s portrayed by Ms. Nash.

It’s an intriguing 30-minutes to be had on TNT
Uncle Daddy’s nephew was offed by the youngest salon-member she.

Her name is Virginia and she laid Roller 6 feet deep.
Roller
was Uncle Daddy’s nephew, a cheap oppotunist freak.

Desna was his bottom girl, he made her feel tops
tho he slept with other women too – there was little reason to not.

Uncle Daddy is sort of a big meth deal in town
and his nephew Roller held his distribution down.

Promising every shaggable nail tech a crown —
until (the nearly-a-victim) Virginia put him down.

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L-R: Virginia, Polly, Desna, Jen and Quiet Ann

Desna was there and is the only other person who knows as much.
I don’t know if there’s honor among dealers but nail techs lack no love.

The series script is plot-sound as Uncle Daddys is on the move
to find the killer culprit who interrupted his groove

but he doesnt know the killer is in his own house
so while he searches outside; inside he remains a louse.

Demanding more cash from the business fronts —
someone robbed the doctors office of 8 Grand – leaving them in a rut.

Uncle Daddy likes to “stick it to ya.” He in no way is coy.
He runs the drug racket like a tyrant and sleeps with a little boy.

Writs of twist are Shakespearean catty.
The Claws come out to satisfy Uncle Daddy.

He wants his money!
The script is dramatic; the script is funny.

The series is situational; anything can happen.
A life could be lost behind the dirty game cost –
while nail techs keep trending fashion.

For unpredictable scripts, I have a reel passion,
I’m Qui
Digging into Claws for we and TNT has that Opiod-hit action.

The TALK

In Communication, Griot, Self Improvement, TV Shows on December 28, 2010 at 6:50 pm

They're Talking to ME

I was bound to watch it – it’s just what the doctor ordered (along with Mother Natures low temperatures) and it is fast becoming one of my favorite talk shows – along side of Tyra Banks and The View. Are you watching it? It comes on CBS @ 2pm/1pm CST. The Talk is hosted by: Julie Chen, Sarah Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Holly Robinson-Peete, Leah Remini and Marissa Jaret Winokur. Marissa was the former host of “Dance Your Ass Off”. Remember her? With the big hair and the big smile? Well on The Talk she’s working the audience aisle. She’s also toned down ‘the BIG HAIRSPRAY do’, added a blonde highlight or two and wha-lah! She’s back in business & looking good.

Though I’ve not caught an episode (yet) of Marissa sitting at the round table or perched on the couch alongside the other ladies. I’ve only been watching a week or two, because when it comes to adopting “new shows” I’m slow to move. I’m just picky. But the last couple of “Talks” I’ve tuned in to have been right on the money. Their current topics are dead on in vibe. I can honestly say I appreciate each woman on the panel and dig her individual vibe…what she brings to the table.

It’s a beautiful fresh bouquet of beauty, laughter, and relative life experiences. It’s a great afternoon pick me up. Tomorrow I’m sure to turn in because todays preview of Wednesdays show showed clips of Niecy Nash crying on the couch. Oh Lawd! Not Niecy. That’s my girl. I miss her on “CLEAN HOUSE“. Tempest Bledsoe is the shows new host and sticking true to how I do — I’m slow to move. I admit I have not tuned in yet to catch her in action. All the same, I KNOW I’m tuning in to The Talk on December 29th – I have got to see what the flower with the flower in hair has to say. Unnnn! (the noise Niecy is known to grunt). I wouldn’t miss it for a thing.

I’m sure I’ll hit the comment box with the details tomorrow.
Was Niecy crying out of happiness, or some sort of sorrow?

I don’t have a clue, so I won’t fictionally squawk.
I’m Qui
Instead I’ll update ‘my online conversate’ post Wednesdays broadcast of THE TALK.

Keep up with the conversation on TWITTER: TheTalk_CBS.
I’ll see you there.