Think you have what it takes to be a comedian? Droematic returns to the show, to welcome special guests: the president of "The People's Comedy Club", Jake Weddle, musical theatre performer Gabrielle Goodman, and comedian Dustin Harris to discuss how hard it is to progress through the underground comedy scene. The topics in this episode range from Kevin Hart not hosting The Oscars, RoboCop penises, greatest comedians of all-time debate, pressures of being a female comedian, and condoms that provide STD results.
Season 2 starts out with a bang! J-Dub Takes over the hosting duties in the absence of Droematic and welcomes the founder and coordinators of The North Carolina Sexual Health Conference to the studio. We go in on women and orgasms, as well as making sex more pleasurable for both partners. This episode also welcomes our new co-host Artsy Musa to the podcast. Artsy Musa pulls no punches off the bat. If you don't be better at sex after listening to this episode, you might need to practice abstinence.
In our season 1 finale episode, the discussion leads to "The National Church Of Bey", a religion formed around Beyoncé. We debate the difference between that and the Beyoncé Mass that was held earlier in the year. The question is asked if African American women are being put in a box, if the usage of Beyonce is the only means to bring black women together. Reyah explains why she doesn't check African American on job application to land more interviews.
Finally, we talk about why the black community puts Barack and Michelle Obama's relationship on a pedestal, and why the feminist movement is an overall bad idea for women.