Surprise mini-episode! The Fellas - Scott Woods & Aaron NoName - recorded a bunch of stuff about everything in the news right now but only this 35 minutes of election shade made the quality cut.
Almost a year to the day The Fellas (Scott Woods and Aaron NoName) return for another surprise episode in which they totally level Virginia blackface, Liam Neeson, white house parties, Democrats and so much more. Also: the return of Cloudy/Clear Racism and their Racist of the Week features!
In the second part of this one-off episode out of the blue, The Fellas (Scott Woods & Aaron NoName) engage why America doesn't seem to care about anything, the final word on voting, the Letterman/Obama show, and black comedian shade. You never know when they're coming back, so catch 'em while you can.
The Fellas return for a special one-off, 2-part episode! One year after retiring the podcast, Scott Woods and Aaron NoName take on the government shutdown, the death of hope, I(CE)rish immigration, whether or not you're allowed to watch the Superbowl, Mo'Nique vs. Netflix, and more.
PART 1 OF 2!
In their final episode, the Fellas - Scott Woods & Aaron NoName - perform an Obama Exit Review, discuss the war on the poor, cross-examine Dylann Roof on trial, get in the ring with Dr. Umar Johnson’s beef with common sense and other black nationalist baggage, defeat black homophobia with James Baldwin’s pinkie finger, review Fences and Hidden Figures, and take a look back on how some of their predictions in the world of racism panned out.
The Fellas - Aaron NoName and Scott Woods - speak on The Pentagon’s red tape cover-up, identity politics vs. white money, the movie Moonlight vs. black homophobia amped on toxic masculinity, what the real goal behind a Trump presidency is, the future of the black vote, and how our podcast messed around and broke everything.
The Fellas - Scott Woods and Aaron NoName - answer a listener's question about what's wrong with schools, rep Standing Rock, dissect the actual American Dream and whether America can fulfill it, thug-tear their way through Queen of Katwe, and do a side-by-side breakdown of the crying church woman karaoke version of Norf Norf. Also, a cliffhanger!