Remember that television series from the 1970s that was a remade for the 2000s? The Sistas talk about remakes in this episode where they look at some good ones and some bad ones. Did Hawaii Five O really need to tell that story again?
This show is one of our favorites because of the excitement that the competitions stir up. There is also so much foolishness in the reality shows, you can’t help but love it.
So, one Sista is skeptic and the other Sista is the optimist. When it comes to physical competition, they love to watch but know they can’t compete. Check out this episode on physical competition shows and what they think needs to happen to win. They talk about the Amazing Race and the World’s Toughest Race.
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We love the stories that originate on the African Continent. In Season One we talked about two of our favorites.
In this week’s episode, the Sistas talk about The No 1 Ladies Detective Agency and Queen Sono which are two shows that have strong African characters in the lead. These shows have women in nontraditional roles and showcase the beautiful land of Botswana and South Africa.
This episode is from Season 1 and we discuss one of the movies that we seldom agree on the actors, but love the concept.
In this episode, the Sistas talk about the James Bond franchise. They talk about the impact it has made on the culture, introduce their new rating system and share their hopes for the future of the franchise.
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By the late 1980s there was a powerful message that was ringing true on television and in other mediums. A new filmmaker captured the attention of the Sistas while a documentary series taught the lessons about fighting for voting rights.
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Were the mid 1980s really in control and tricky? This 1980s decade brought some welcomed changes to television and in the movies. The White savior seemed to be dying, or was he? Listen as the Sistas talk about some of the changes.
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Music dominated the scene and more and more black faces were dominating the small screen. The economy was sluggish but Hollywood introduced adventure, action and the trilogy. And life for the Sistas would never be the same because PAC-MAN came to town during this time period.
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As the country was coming to the end of the decade, it experienced an unexpected death but found some new music that had everyone dancing. Listen as the Sistas reflect on some of the best shows ever to come across the TV screen.
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I love doing this podcast with my sister. This week we talk about the 70s. You don’t want to miss this.
The mid 70s showcased the police drama on TV, the Jackson’s on the radio and TV and a new focus on black pride. The world was embracing the funky music but the resignation of President Nixon cast a shadow on the nation. Or did it? See what the Sistas remember from their early days.
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The 70s ushered in funky fashion. Cool music. And a new definition of beauty. The black community was making its presence known all over the US after years of fighting for civil rights. The Sistas share their first memories of the 70s and a show that changed everything about entertainment.
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