Black People : Cieta's World (heaven help us)

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  1. Heartbeat

    Heartbeat Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Just when I thought I'd seen it all, I found myself channel surfing and came across "Cieta's World" on BET... Oh My God!!!!!
    Just where are we at??? It's not just that show, but all the black sit-coms (don't hold your breath for a black drama) are just the stereotypical type of things that make us look bad not only to each other but to the world.
     
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    boycot da whole thang ! but how many will stand up!
    dis will be a stereotypical type of **** that play a part
    in our house hold ......shows of what keep us grounded
     
  3. j'hiah

    j'hiah Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    'martin' wuz tyte and dealt in reality.
    peep it.

    how many " tommies " do you know ?
    what about coles ( brothas who ain't all there)
    the pams? the weave, etc...
    and ginas? intelligent, smart sexy sistas
    (oh yeah pam had a goddess body too :D)
    how many of us peeps have any "jeromes" in our family (usually the uncle)
    i know a lot of "buckwhites".. :lol:

    don't hate on martin kem :lol:
     
  4. UbZoRbShUn

    UbZoRbShUn Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    oh

    she is a scary lil something. what about the Bernie Mac Show, Soul Food (just started watching) and I know the Steve Harvey show was good (to a certain point).

    I did love Martin so I'mma have to dap j'hia on that. Now they did take off Gideon's Crossing (show about a black doctor) and there were a few more good ones. I do find myself watching less and less t.v.
    Could this be what they are striving for? How many black t.v. executives are out there as well as writers and producers?
     
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