Bastet September 25, 2014 Share September 25, 2014 I think this has potential, although it will be a balancing act to see how many stereotypes are parodied versus how many are perpetuated. I like that Andre's narrow definition of what it is to be black was both coming from a loving place and called out as ridiculous, so I'm hopeful. And it was funnier and less sexist than I expected it to be based on the clips I'd seen, so that was refreshing. I enjoyed Tracee Ellis Ross and Laurence Fishburne a lot. The two older kids felt like fairly realistic kids, but the young ones felt very much like TV kids. But it's a pilot, so that could very well smooth out. 2 Link to comment
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