Many of you may think we lead exceedingly glamorous lives and party hop all night long. We don’t.
For example, rather than going out on the town last night, we stayed in and relived the magic of Paul Mooney’s 2006 show, Jesus Is Black. Mooney, of course, made his name as Richard Pryor’s side kick back in the day.
Pryor may be gone, but Mooney’s carrying the comedic torch.
Since it’s Friday and everyone needs a laugh in the morning hours, here are two clips from Mooney’s show. The language ain’t safe for work. Also, if you’re offended by race talk, you may want to just look away.