Do you ever wonder what's on your token black friend's mind but you're too embarrassed to ask? Are you a black person with too many white friends and you wish you could talk more about the shit you care about?
Then "Black People With Too Many White Friends" is the podcast for you! Listen along as Tess and Adam tackle the latest in news and black culture.
#39 2018 Edition
Tess and Ed tackle cancel culture and rap beefs.
#38 Punching Kids
Tess and Ed welcome two guests on the podcasts this month, comedians Carla and Jaleesa, as they talk about PewDiePie's latest fuck up, the ins and outs of comedy, and the most evil things they'd do if they could get away with it.
Disclaimer 1: This episode contains gratuitous and unedited use of the N-word. You've been warned.
Disclaimer 2: Ed incorrectly claims that there are 80 to 100 chapters to R. Kelly's "Trapped in the Closet". There are, in fact, only 33 chapters of "Trapped in the Closet".
#37 A White Dude Explains Rap
We have our first ever white friend on the podcast this month, comedian Russel Brock. We don't know why it took us so long. But we do know we're gonna argue about Kendrick Lamar.
#36 I'm Very Uncomfortable But Also Aroused
Tess and Adam take on Get Out, the Oscars, and their favorite films of 2016.
#35 On Board with the Bugs
Tess and Ed tackle the subject of discourse and arguing in good faith, the FBI report on the infiltration of law enforcement by white supremacist, the conversation between Jessica Williams and Selma Hayek at the Sundance Film Festival, Doris Payne, and the Death of Pablo.
#34 The Year in Music 2016
Tess and Adam are joined by their friend Brandon for a wrap-up of the music they loved in 2016.