Stray Cats

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3:18

In a tweet, Nessa Diab, a radio host and Colin Kaepernick's girlfriend, compared Ray Lewis and Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti to Samuel L. Jackson's character in "Django Unchained." Did it hurt Kaepernick?

7:20

Kaepernick in context: Ali, Brown, and other civil rights leaders whose skills made them impossible not to hire.

10:00

The hard truth about America: if Kaepernick's protest is going to be successful, more white players will need to take a knee.

12:04

There are plenty of NFL players who committed actual crimes, but get to play afterwards.

to name a few.

15:40

The thing about solidarity is that if everyone kneels, you have to find a whole new team.

17:20

We compare teams huddling in protest and teams huddling in prayers.

18:23

Confessions of Recovering Skins Fans - why do so many Washington natives stand passively by about their team's racist name and racist logo?

19:22

If you're the Washington Football team with the most racist history of any team in the NFL, you don't have the moral authority left to belligerently defend the mascot.

21:15

What must it have been like for Ernie Davis, Bobby Mitchell, John Nisby, and Ron Hatcher to integrate the NFL, particularly the reluctant Washington team?

25:50

The Washington Redtails

27:27

Troy shouts out his Steelers as an example of a team that gets out in front of many social justice issues. #rooneyrule

29:01

STFU James Harrison dot tumblr dot com?

29:34

Our favorite TV shows and movies!

33:58

Was Cha-Ka, who, incidentally, was played by a white actor who grew up to become a litigation support manager the "black" character on Land of the Lost?

36:27

TV truth 1/3: Benny Hill, the Cinemax of the 70's.

38:00

TV truth 2/3: As tired parents, some of us enjoy our Judge Judy and Atlanta Housewives. Don't judge.

38:52

TV truth 3/3: most of us watched Dukes of Hazzard. The racism was overt and covert.

41:15

We declare a winner in Power vs. Empire, but give Empire a big handicap.

43:32

To binge or not to binge?

44:00

Whyyy are people so compelled to spoil on social media?

48:01

Troy gives us some TV watching homework - the best kind of homework: Watching Ozark.

48:45

Each hero offers up their favorite movies of all time.

52:20

Is Christian Bale the best Batman ever? And who was the worst? Our heros hit this tangent hard. Apparently it is up for debate.

54:10

Willie channels his inner New York Times movie critic by prefacing his top five of all time with a monologue about his dating life and theories on Rom Coms vs. Dramas with Romantic Themes. Pulitzer on line one.

Our favorite movies:

Jayme's faves: Best Man, Boys in the Hood, The Notebook, The Shawshank Redemption, The Dark Night Rises

Willie's faves: The Bridges of Madison County, Jungle Fever, The Last Mistress, Dangerous Liaisons, 500 Days of Summer, Lost in Translation. Honorable mention to Celeste and Jesse Forever

Troy's faves: Friday, Goodfellas, Inception, Godfather (Scarface is in top 10.)

Erica's faves: Moana, Hidden Figures, A League of Their Own

1:00:06

We say goodbye after Willie announces his plans to replace his co-hosts with a stray cat.

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