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Wednesday night’s edition of Blackish, titled ‘Who’s Afraid of the Big Black Man,’ sought to solidify an image in the mind of the viewers. Specifically, an image of the black man as the scariest creature of them all.
If Tim Tebow lays hands on you, you’re in…well…good hands.
ABC renewed The Real O’Neals for another season. For the season premier, titled ‘The Real Thang,’ main character and gay teenager Kenny O’Neal (Noah Galvin) decides to start an LGBT group at his school in honor of National Coming Out Day.
The spate of NFL flag/anthem protests, the same protests that Commissioner Roger Goodell encouraged, are taking a toll on NFL ratings.
As the Obama Administration comes to an end, ABC’s Blackish is not taking it well. There aren’t too many examples of when I will present video to you without comment. However, what you are about to see is…shall we say…hard to put into words.
It appears as though ESPN is finally taking a stand against anthem/flag protests at football games. Well, at least the Fayetteville, North Carolina ESPN affiliate which carries East Carolina football is taking a stand.
If you wondered why Sunday evening television seemed so fun, and non-vomit inducing, it’s because CBS’s Madam Secretary was between seasons. But fear not, “Madam Hillary” is back, and they’re here to let you know that global warming will destroy the United States Navy. While President Dalton (Keith Carradine) struggles through his reelection bid, a naval base in Bahrain is hit with a tropical cyclone of epic proportions. Causing billions of dollars in damage, and at least one death.
Tim Tebow sent a 91 mph fastball over the wall for a homerun in his first instructional league game for the New York Mets.
Because joking about shooting conservatives in the face is apparently funny, Scream Queens decided to use Tuesday night’s episode to target Liz Cheney, literally.
For reason number 273 why Mike Ditka is the greatest, and should be made President for life immediately, I present to you “Da Coach’s” comments that he made on Dallas radio in regard to the Colin Kaepernick anthem/flag protest.
Pitch is a show about the first ever female Major League Baseball player. A funny premise, since the fastest pitch ever thrown by a woman was 69 mph, a feat easily reached, and frequently surpassed, by most male high school pitchers.
In a desperate attempt to convince the world that they still exist, Time magazine put anthem-protesting, second string quarterback Colin Kaepernick on the cover.
ABC premiered their new comedy, Speechless, on Wednesday night, which tells the tale of an overly-eccentric mother of a child with cerebral palsy. The mom’s (Minnie Driver) obsession with finding the right school for her disabled child takes her to one particular school that once had a Viking as their mascot. I say “had,” because they exchanged the Viking for something a little less offensive.
It wouldn’t be an NFL Sunday in 2016 without the Social Justice Warriors at Deadspin trying to solidify the notion that football is icky and dangerous, and should not be watched by African-American men. Despite the fact that the sport has made more African-American men millionaires than any other industry on the planet.
Freshly emboldened by the NCAA’s withdrawal of all championship games from North Carolina over that state’s HB2 law, which requires that people use the bathroom of their gender as assigned at birth, the Rainbow Jihad, represented by Outsports, has now trained their sights on getting schools they don’t like kicked out of the NCAA entirely.
Listen up you bigoted, insensitive, and intolerant Bible-thumping right-wing nut jobs in North Carolina. The Sporting News is gonna learn you something about inclusion and respecting people different than you.
The North Carolina GOP issued a statement, expressing their disappointment with the NCAA’s decision to pull 7 major championships from their state, using the State’s HB2 law as the reason.
Two men wearing white shirts with the word ‘Lochte’ crossed out on the front stormed the stage, and threw something at Lochte. The cameras did not catch the attack, focused at the time on Judge Ann Inaba. The host of the show, Tom Bergeron, can be heard on the video pleading for calm.
“Baseball is a white man’s sport.” So says a black baseball player set to earn $16,333,000.00 this year.
It appears as though GQ Magazine has finally found a form of sports arena protest that they’re opposed to.