Reid This/Reid That is a podcast hosted by two play cousins who happen to be professional journalists that you may have heard of... or not. Anywho, we cover pop culture, politics and black girl magic all while having fun.
Turn To Yo Neighbor And Say 'That's Nasty'
The play cousins discuss the viral video of the pastor who rubbed a handful of spit on another man's face. They also welcome actor, producer, comedian, pastor, author Kel Mitchell to discuss his new book, his faith journey and fatherhood.
The Last Two Standing
It is a Deltabration as the play cousins are joined by their Soror, former Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms. The Mayor discusses her recent ride on Air Force One and enjoying her time out of office. Also, the play cousins tackle hot topics such as COVID and The Fresh Prince reboot.
Christmas Did Not Christmas
The play cousins are back from a holiday hiatus to discuss ruined holiday plans, and tragic loses in Hollywood. Also anit violence activist Erica Ford stops by to share some hope.
Blerds, Menaparties and Little Fans Everywhere
The Cousins close out 2021 with the great career re-inventionist Rolonda Watts. Joy Ann is hanging with the Blerds of LA, Jacque and the dog babies hit the road for the holidays and Rolonda pulls another career out of her hat.
"Iyanla, You Only Need One Name."
Cousins Jacque and Joy Ann chat with Iyanla Vanzant about her new MasterPeace Body Therapy brand and how to master peace.
Imma Twerk Again On the Devil
Jacque and Joy Ann chop it up with actor Edi Gathegi who plays the legendary rodeo cowboy Bill Pickett in The Harder They Fall. Pull up on your favorite play cousins for another great conversation.
It’s like visiting my cousins!
Love the latest pods. I always listen to three early later and most recent. Then I decide if I want more! It’s like sitting with my cousins! I feel like I could be your Asian cousin! Anywho, I’m starting this from the way beginning so I can listen to everything !! Keep going ladies!
What’s the schedule
I enjoy the podcast. They have a great chemistry and truly feel like cousins. What I can’t understand is the inconsistency in recording. They go weeks without recording, but there is never a heads up they’re taking a break. Lack of consistency makes it a hard podcast to love.
Guest Iyanla Showed Little Compassion When She Called People Lazy
I generally enjoy this podcast and maybe it’s not the forum for challenging guests. But I wanted one of the co-hosts to challenge guest Iyanla Vanzant’s view that one of the reasons people (in the USA I assume) don’t do the work of therapy is laziness. Ms Vanzant has been upheld by Oprah and entertainment media as a credible spiritual and mental health adviser. Her laziness comment lacked the awareness, empathy and skill one would expect from someone who is a counselor, but it does reflect the harshness of USA culture. More importantly, in a context where too many people are overworked, underpaid, not educated about the value of therapy and can’t afford healthcare, podcasts featuring counselors like Vanzant can be so helpful. It’s not the end of the world, but co-hosts, please think about your audience so that when you’re showing respect to your guest, you don’t forget to think about how their words may hurt your audience.