Director: Lisa Richardson (line producer)
Writer(s): Stephen Mortell (editor)
Synopsis: Comedian D.L. Hughley, actress Nia Long, music producer Bud’da, musician Joey Fatone and reporter Lola Ogunnaike debate the greats of black music and the fashion, diva and urban myths associated with black culture. The group clashes on what will stand the test of time and the influence blacks have had on American culture as a whole. Discussions include the NBA dress code, bling and the longevity of rap music.
Release Date: February 15, 2006 | Length: 60 min | Genre: History | MPAA Rating: NR
Note: That’s What I’m Talking About aired in three consecutive installments each Wednesday night through February 15, 2016 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. Throughout each hour, host Wayne Brady engaged the panelists — who span the generational lines — in an unfiltered conversation about the influence and impact of black culture and entertainment on American culture, from segregation, to the most influential TV shows to the popularity of athletes to interracial dating and more. The result was a captivating, lively hour in which strong opinions are expressed and anecdotes and jokes are exchanged. The series also featured clips and images from dozens of iconic characters, television shows, movies and other forms of entertainment as panelists tried to prove their case in a fast-paced, rapid fire exchange. (from press release) I have only see the one posted by REELBlack. I hope the other episodes are found.