It’s HERE!! Noah is probably sick of my countdown for Reed Between the Lines, but I don’t care. Tonight at 10pm eastern time, the first of two new episodes will appear on BET. If you got cable, settle in and watch some black family comedy. If not, be nice to someone who does. Maybe they’ll invite you over!
I know that my rabbit Dobbie would say, “Yes, of course.” That is, if she spoke. But I’m actually referring to Playboy Bunnies. I’ve never cared for the empire per say, I think it’s great means to exploit women. But then again, pornography has always been a hairy topic for feminists to explain.
I am on board with this fall’s new television line-up, more specifically, NBC’s The Playboy Club. Maybe I romanticize the 60’s as a turbulent, history altering time, but I love movies, music, and television set to that period.
This show promises to feature the swanky gentleman’s club founded by Hugh Hefner in a time where America was going through some major growing pains. We were in the throes of a sexual revolution, the Civil Rights Movement, fighting a war in Vietnam, dealing with Cold-war tensions, and did I mention the music was awesome?
I’m hoping that this character, Brenda Bunny, proves to be a strong black female role in the show. She turns being a woman in the service industry right on it’s head. Being an ambitious black woman in the sixties, in the man’s world of Playboy, Brenda has a lot of work ahead of her. I can’t wait to see how deep her character gets.
If Brenda looks familiar, you’ve probably seen the actress that plays her, Naturi Naughton, in films like Fame, Lottery Ticket and Notorious.
Check this video out, if you’d like to hear Naughton explain her character.
P.S. Wouldn’t you like to try that costume on?
The husband Noah is out of town on business and left me with bunny. I’m super bored and going through a lot of television. I started out with The Cosby Show, the “Vanessa and her friends go to the Wretched concert” episode. It’s one of my favorites because everyone thinks that Vanessa is the most annoying character and it’s nice when she gets in trouble.
Also, there is Malcolm Jamal Warner, TV’s former kid brother,”Theo Huxtable.” I’ve also seen him on NBC comedy Community lately and I think it’s great that he’s back on television. “Theo” is still quite funny.
She’s a psychiatrist, he’s an English professor, they’ve got three kids. . . watch the hi-jinks ensue! It’s coming out this fall. So look out. I will, cause I love Traci’s hair and fashion. She’s always giving me great ideas!