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61 minutes | Jan 23, 2022
Turn To Yo Neighbor And Say 'That's Nasty'
The play cousins discuss the viral video of the pastor who rubbed a handful of spit on another man's face. They also welcome actor, producer, comedian, pastor, author Kel Mitchell to discuss his new book, his faith journey and fatherhood.
85 minutes | Jan 18, 2022
The Last Two Standing
It is a Deltabration as the play cousins are joined by their Soror, former Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms. The Mayor discusses her recent ride on Air Force One and enjoying her time out of office. Also, the play cousins tackle hot topics such as COVID and The Fresh Prince reboot.
65 minutes | Jan 10, 2022
Christmas Did Not Christmas
The play cousins are back from a holiday hiatus to discuss ruined holiday plans, and tragic loses in Hollywood. Also anit violence activist Erica Ford stops by to share some hope.
70 minutes | Dec 18, 2021
Blerds, Menaparties and Little Fans Everywhere
The Cousins close out 2021 with the great career re-inventionist Rolonda Watts. Joy Ann is hanging with the Blerds of LA, Jacque and the dog babies hit the road for the holidays and Rolonda pulls another career out of her hat.
57 minutes | Dec 11, 2021
"Iyanla, You Only Need One Name."
Cousins Jacque and Joy Ann chat with Iyanla Vanzant about her new MasterPeace Body Therapy brand and how to master peace.
66 minutes | Dec 4, 2021
Imma Twerk Again On the Devil
Jacque and Joy Ann chop it up with actor Edi Gathegi who plays the legendary rodeo cowboy Bill Pickett in The Harder They Fall. Pull up on your favorite play cousins for another great conversation.
54 minutes | Nov 30, 2021
She's A Delllllllllllllttaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Cousin Joy Ann is now a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated, after recently being initiated as a Honorary member. Cousin Jacque welcomes her into the Sisterhood. Also guest Tarana Burke stops by to discuss her new book, her life and her work.
38 minutes | Nov 6, 2021
The play cousins are joined by legendary documentary filmmaker Stanley Nelson and his co-director Traci Curry, who speak about the making of their powerful new Showtime documentary “Attica” … which takes a look back at a defining moment in American history, 50 years after the country’s deadliest prison riot and shows how many of its root causes are still relevant today. Cousin Jacque and Cousin Joy-Ann also discuss the phony Critical Race Theory tactics that were successfully used in the latest round of elections and what it means for voters moving forward.
69 minutes | Oct 30, 2021
The Power of "No"
The play cousins continue their theme of self-care with a discussion about learning to say “no” to protect your own mental health, the importance of self-advocacy and how to let the other people in your life know that you are serious about putting yourself first. Cousin Jacque continues to get her mind right when it comes to taking flights in the Age of Covid and Cousin Joy-Ann takes an important step in her journey towards work-life balance.
82 minutes | Oct 23, 2021
To Boost or Not to Boost?
The play cousins continue to lean into self-care, while they consider both the good and the bad, surrounding the COVID-19 booster shots. Cousin Jacque prepares to take her first flight of the “Pandemic Era” and Cousin Joy-Ann is learning the power of just saying “No.” Honorary Cousin Chris Witherspoon joins in to share some new features of his ground-breaking PopViewers app and his list of the films and TV shows we absolutely must see right now.
65 minutes | Oct 16, 2021
It's O.K. Not to Be O.K.
The play cousins have a self-care power hour with their guest, Emmy Award winning journalist Mara Schiavocampo, who talks about the mental health dangers of “toxic positivity” on social media and in society and the freedom she felt by publicly admitting she felt like “a mess”. Cousin Joy-Ann advocates for a 4-day work week and Cousin Jacque calls for more unity among Black people when we are providing service to one another.
50 minutes | Oct 9, 2021
Let's Do The Right Thing
The play cousins are joined by none other than living legend, Stephanie Mills! She talks: being outspoken in the age of Trump and police brutality, the inspiration behind her newest single, “Let’s Do The Right Thing,” performing alongside D-Nice and others at Club Quarantine in Brooklyn, and her upcoming tour with the iconic Patti LaBelle. Cousin Jacque dishes on how she got “sluttified” during her recent visit to Slutty Vegan in Atlanta and Cousin Joy-Ann shares some details from her latest book project and why she believes in the magic of dream boards.
50 minutes | Oct 2, 2021
And Just Like That ...
The play cousins are back! Joined by the beautiful, and talented actress Karen Pittman, who is breaking glass-ceilings on Season 2 of the award-winning Apple TV+ series, The Morning Show; and bringing some much needed diversity and plenty of high-fashion to HBO Max’s highly-anticipated Sex and the City revival, And Just Like That this fall ... Cousin Jacque shares the hilarious “lengths” she went to in her youth to get that coveted long-hair look and Cousin Joy-Ann talks burnout, self-care and her exciting Vegan Sexy Cool crossover weekend.
77 minutes | Sep 27, 2021
Smart Funny & Black
Cousin Joy-Ann takes the heat, yet again, from conservatives over her comments on “Missing White Woman Syndrome." Cousin Jacque dishes on how her carefully planned COVID reconnaissance mission went horribly wrong ... and the ladies welcome their newest play cousin: the beautiful and amazingly talented actress, comedian and creator of Smart Funny & Black, Amanda Seales.
72 minutes | Sep 22, 2021
BallGate... A Teachable Moment
Cousin Joy-Ann gives us the update on her viral Twitter exchange with Hip Hop superstar Nicki Minaj, now known as BallGate, and how it became a teachable moment. Cousin Jacque continues to carry the torch for Black women, dishing on her latest hair journey moment in Philly. And the play cousins welcome one of their favorite play cousins, PopViewers founder and CEO Chris Witherspoon, who's got the tea on this weekend's Emmy Awards, Lil Nas X's Montero debut and a can't miss Fall entertainment preview.
63 minutes | Sep 14, 2021
Michael K. Williams Legacy
The play cousins are joined by the beautiful Bevy Smith, Author, TV & Radio Personality & Host of Bevelations on SiriusXM, to celebrate the life and legacy of her friend and a true artist for the ages, Michael K. Williams. Cousin Jacque takes a new step in her hair journey and Cousin Joy-Ann wants the weak-fighting Democrats to realize life is like the Lord of The Rings.
66 minutes | Sep 9, 2021
Erika Alexander The Great
The play cousins are back! Joined by their sister, the beloved and iconic actress, entrepreneur, activist, director and emmy-nominated producer, Erika Alexander! What doesn't she do? Not only does she break down her newest roles on Wu-Tang: an American Saga and Run The World; she explains NFTs (we finally get it!) and her upcoming Concrete Park release and why the digital space is so important for Black creatives. Cousin Joy-Ann dishes on her epic summer girls trip, while Cousin Jacque continues to break new ground with her platform Vegan Sexy Cool
37 minutes | May 15, 2021
We're Still Gonna Wear A Mask
The play cousins welcome the wonderful Coach Jaz who's giving great tips on how to boost your immunity and center your spirit in the Age of Covid and beyond. Brilliant comedian and cousin Roy Wood Jr. also joins the mix to let us know how the world of comedy is surviving and how he discovered what could be life-changing information about his enslaved ancestors.
51 minutes | May 8, 2021
Don't Come For The Race Lady
The play cousins welcome their author, activist, and journalist cousin, Marc Lamont Hill, who is bringing the heat with his new show Black News Tonight. Cousin JoyAnn gives us the blow-by-blow of her epic takedown of Lil' Tuckems Carlton and Cousin Jacque prepares to take her first trip during the Age of Covid.
67 minutes | May 1, 2021
Finding Moments of Black Joy
Cousin Jacque and Cousin JoyAnn welcome their new play cousin Markuann Smith! The actor and executive producer speaks about the importance of pursuing your passion in life and how the stars aligned when he created his critically-acclaimed, hit series, Godfather of Harlem. The play cousins are also focused on finding moments of joy and preserving their mental health, in response to America's growing indifference to Black pain.
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