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Join Dr. Culbreth and Dr. Jung Kim for a discussion titled Race, Culture and Identity: Sitcoms and Stereotypes of People of Color”
Question to consider: Are people of color being stereotyped in the name of diversity on sitcoms?
Historical Review: Stereotypes of people of color on television
Race, culture, and identity on television in the millennium
Are there set standards of behavior for people of color?
What does acting “Black, Asian, or Latino” really mean in the media?
I am not racist
Stereotypes in 2014 sitcoms
Diversity and the wrong approach
People of color and reality
But it’s still a negative approach
Stereotypes and misconceptions of people of color
The reality of it all
Welcome to the Saturday edition of the jrilshow. Today we will be discussing some of the behind the scenes of our all time favorite sitcoms!!! Did some of the drama lead to the demise of series? Plus what did you give up for Lent? Come on and get your laugh on before heading out to the club. It is the Saturday edition of the jrilshow!!!!
Tonight we'll be discussing classic sitcoms such as Good Times, The Cosby Show, Sanford & Son, Three's Company; I mean the list goes on and on. There are just so many good classic sitcoms you hardly even know where to start.
What are your top 5 sitcoms of all time and what's your favorite #1 of all time? We all think our top 5 is the greatest and that's what makes this such an interesting discussion. Whose top 5 is better? If you have your own top 5 you'd like to share with us, feel free to call in and share. We'd luv to hear your top 5 and #1.
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James Anthony Brown (born in Columbia, South Carolina) is an American comedian, actor and radio personality. He received thePeabody Award and the NAACP Image Award.
Brown started his career in Atlanta, Georgia, after relocating there from his home in South Carolina almost thirty years ago.[when?] A tailor by trade, Brown aspired to be a clothing designer before putting together a comedy routine after entering a local 'gong show' contest in a local nightclub, Mr. V's Figure Eight. Invited back to host on a regular basis, Brown became a fixture, performing there for the next two years.
He left Atlanta for Los Angeles, California, in 1989 to pursue work in television, quickly finding a job as a staff writer for the nationally syndicated, late-night talk show, The Arsenio Hall Show. After five years, Brown found other writing assignments for such sitcoms as The Parenthood and Me and the Boys.
He has performed on Vibe, Def Comedy Jam, It's Showtime at the Apollo, An Evening at the Improv and The Oprah Winfrey Show, and had recurring roles on Moesha, Living Single and The Parenthood, as well as guest spots on The Parkers and Sparks. His motion picture work includes roles in Def Jam's How to Be a Player, Pay the Price, Drumline and Mr. 3000. He has also warmed up audiences at the tapings of Martin, Sister, Sister, Roc and Hangin' with Mr. Cooper.
Brown is currently[when?] appearing on the Tom Joyner Morning Show, a nationwide radio show broadcast from Dallas, Texas.
Brown was awarded a NAACP Image Award and Peabody Award in 1993 for his contribution to reconstruction after the 1992 LA uprising.
Brown is working as executive producer for an upcoming reality competition TV show.
My Name is Simon Healy and I am from the West of Ireland : 100% Irish. I am Currently Living in Liverpool Since 2012 and Loving Life. As Much as I love Ireland Liverpool and the UK is Now My Home.I have huge interests in Acting,Singing,Dancing,Music,Photography,GhostHunting,The Comedy and Paranormal World.The List Goes On.I am Currently Working with "Take The Cake Productions" which is aTelevision and Film Company working closely on Sitcoms and Short Films Company" We are working on lots of Spoofs and Upcoming Projects.One of these Projects is a Spoof Show of #MostHaunted Called #ScariestPlaces.
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Topic: Is There a Psychological Influence and Purpose Within Music?
Music rather conscious or unconscious music takes on an intricate role in our daily lives. Psychologically it it influence act and react in many ways. For example; If were to go out to dinner for a a romantic occasion, your choice of restaurant for the evening would probably be a lounge that is know for easy listening music. On the other hand if you were to be going out for a girls night out or for a good night out with your boys, you are more likely to choose a club scene know for its upbeat an highly energetic atmosphere. Why is that?... one may ask, well when the neurotransmitters known as Dopamine are released in your brain it triggers off a gratifying stimuli that influences your mood, this the same endorphin's that influences your taste buds and reactions to other feel good activities such as receiving flowers or a birthday gift.
Corporate America realizes and capitalize on the physiological potential of music all of the time, for this reason music is used in just about everything we engage in as humans. Advertising, sitcoms, movies, sport activities video games, ringtone are all the many examples of its purpose and influence that music has on the human psyche. This episode will take an analytical peak into the power of music.
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TV's winter hiatus has long been over, and we're back to regularly scheduled programming! So, what should you be watching? This week we'll explore all of our newest TV addictions: Empire (Fox TV), Broad City (Comedy Central), Girl Code (MTV), Pretty Little Liars (ABC Family), The Soup (Comedy Central), Fashion Police (E!) and much more! This episode is all about the shows that are on our minds and lips.
As usual there will be a lot of laughing and randomness. It's like the best office water cooler talk every week!
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This week Juskow discusses why he is so angry about Dez Bryant and his “phantom” catch (spoiler alert – because he lost money). We also discuss why Juskow is nervous about evil bartenders and asks the question on everyone’s mind, why does Matthew Perry keep getting offered sitcoms? We obviously cover the AFC/NFC Championship games but the rant continues of why Dave Attell would want to have a birthday party on that Sunday and couldn’t he have rested on that day (Spinal Tap reference?). Special guest comedian Debbie Shea keeps things moving and tries to calm Dave down on this all new brilliant episode.
Legendary Comedian Dave Attell joins us me this week live in the Studio and he's got alot of stuff to get off his chest. The hard hitting questions and answers keep coming as Juskow and Attell talk new sitcoms, old sitcoms, the Israeli Football League and working at the Judaica Shop. This is one you won't want to miss because it's what a podcast is supposed to be -- awesome.
When you have TV sitcoms that have the topicality (if that WASN'T a word, it is now) of A 70'S TV show, and the debate concerning those and later sitcoms with the old "Amos 'n' Andy" show, then throw in other non-related issues like LGBT and the St. Patrick's Day Parade and maybe a few other news-worthy or opinion-worhy topics, your host, "The Voice", is going to weigh in on SOMETHING. He could even be wrong somewhere on something and he'll welcome anyone to prove him so.