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  1. TV One has the most bipolar scheduling for this show that I've ever seen. 4 episodes of Unsung, then 2 episodes of Unsung Hollywood.... what gives? Furthermore, when the hell are they finally airing that Howard Rollins episode?
  2. The more Matt Damon tells on himself, the more vindicated I feel about the fact that I've never liked him. That is all.

    1. DRW50

      DRW50

      I never really have either. The "diversity" comments were so tone deaf and reeked of a man who doesn't know how lucky he has been in Hollywood. And the "beware of being like Rupert Everett" stuff, while not as serious, also annoys me. It's harmful to tell people to stay in the closet or they won't have careers.

    2. NothinButAttitude

      NothinButAttitude

      Idiot. He's already alienated African Americans & now the LGBT community. He might as well complete the list and target Asians and women next. I hope The Martian flops at the box office.  

    3. Juliajms

      Juliajms

      Why do these stars feel the need to share their idiotic opinions with us? Some people just never learn to STFU.

  3. No Punky Brewster? I could've sworn it was coming this fall on this network.
  4. Call me when they do the same for The Carol Burnett Show. (I'm salty that I don't have UP or ASPIRE [whichever airs The Flip Wilson Show] on my lineup.)
  5. My favorite delusional housewife of all time has returned to grace us with her messy presence! Come through, queen....
  6. I could've sworn that they did an Unsung episode on Maze featuring Frankie Beverly (or am I confusing this with another show?) already. Candi Staton is an Unsung that I'd love to see. 'Victim' is one of the most tragically underrated disco classics of all time.
  7. Tamar's absolutely spot on, regardless of her intentions. The industry's racism results in their being lazy enough to categorize Rihanna in an R&B category when nothing she's done has come close to being that--at her expense (after all, they'll drag their heels against acknowledging her as the pop superstar that she is while propping up white acts that haven't had a tenth of her success) and at the expense of true R&B artists (who don't get a fighting chance because they aren't mainstream enough for them to celebrate enough).
  8. Hmmm... Someone who thrives off of shitting on Black women for shits and giggles yet'll be quick to hide the hands that she throws the rocks at a white girl with vs. Someone who's been riding high off of her white privilege since a dusty squirrel went and made her cry on an awards show that hasn't been relevant since Arsenio hosted it Needless to say, I'm on Team I-Hope-Both-of-Their-Careers-Implode
  9. Very late to this thread, but: I'm mad that I missed the Chuck Brown/GoGo episode (stupid DVR taped over it) and hope that they air it again in the near future. While I'll concede that Xscape were unsung (compared to groups like TLC and SWV that enjoyed a higher profile), I'm side-eyeing the lie that they were the first R&B artists to wear hip-hop attire when the aforementioned had been doing it for at least a year before they were a thing (The stan in me will also mention that Mary J. Blige ushered in that era of hip-hop soul glamour when she first came out before all of them.) I'm
  10. Since everything worth mentioning has been said, I'll just sit back and sip the sweet-tasting nectar of karma.
  11. So, I finally caught the legendary Newhart series finale and while I found it cute, I believe that I would've found it much more delightful if I'd watched The Bob Newhart Show (which I've never seen in syndication).
  12. Hopefully, they'll air the episodes with the music that originally aired (I hate what they replaced it with on my DVDs). That said, I watched the show (seasons 1-4) within the past year and: I've yet to make it through season 5, so it remains to be seen whether this is truly the season that made the show jump the shark. (I fell off on watching the show halfway through season 4 because college got in the way). As much as Dawson was hated by many (with good reason at times), I found Joey just as loathsome now--especially when threw both Dawson and Pacey under the bus to put her special snowfla
  13. All and all: I'm glad that my favorite, Mica, made the wise decision to scale back this season, as she's the one that benefitted the most from it. I can see why Daisy isn't everyone's cup of tea, but I give her a pass for her behavior because I recently had to endure a loved one battling (and losing her fight to) cancer who went through the similar mood swings. Still don't like Demetria (never have and never will), though I will give her a smidge of credit for resolving the issue with Geneva head on instead of taking the word of that twit. Though it was a treat to see Chantelle hand Demetr
  14. Back when Geneva and Demetria clashed early in the first season, Geneva implied that Demetria's sh|t wasn't quite so rosy and the rumor was that Greg dipped out on her throughout their relationship and even tried to pick up some random while they were either on vacation or at one of her events. I say rumor because it hasn't been confirmed (nor has the other rumor that Geneva alluded to about Demetria stalking her last boyfriend [prior to Greg] and attempting to ruin the professional reputation of the woman that he'd left her for [i believe they're either engaged or married now] since Geneva/th
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