When a street thug double-crosses his drug-dealing boss, he discovers that personal connections in the ghetto are separated by only two degrees. In the next 18 hours in South Central L.A., Jazzy and Terry meet, fall in lust and bet their lives on one last chance to get out.
A Black man in the White House? Amazing! And so is this must-have stand-up comedy show featuring a six-pack of comedians who hilariously reflect on President Barack Obamas historic election and what it means for America. Taking us from the outhouse to the White House are host Earthquake (Everybody Hates Chris), Sheryl Underwood (BETs Comic View), Joe Clair (longtime host of BETs Rap City), Don DC Curry (Next Friday), Dominique and Dez White. Earthquake also takes us backstage to get to know our comedians better and serves as our personal guide around the nations capital, his hometown.
A streetwise man flees South Central Los Angeles, heading to the suburbs and his lottery-winner uncle and cousin, to avoid a neighborhood thug with a grudge who has just escaped from prison.
A manic-depressive schizophrenic becomes obsessed with a one-night stand.
Craig and his cousin Day Day have finally moved out of their parents' houses and into their own crib, working nights at a local mall as security guards. When their house is robbed on Christmas Eve they set out to track down the culprit.
Def Comedy Jam played host to some of the greatest comedians of the 1990s, many of whom went on to greater fame, due in part to the exposure they received on the program. Here, Mark Curry and Steve Harvey both show off some comic chops that that could never air on their respective network TV shows, though Harvey has shown this side of himself in Spike Lee's excellent THE ORIGINAL KINGS OF COMEDY. Rounding out the performers are Don "D.C." Curry (NEXT FRIDAY) and Arnez J. Contains two episodes.
ComicView is an American stand-up comedy show that aired on BET on Tuesdays and Fridays from September 1992 to December 2008. The show has been the launching pad for such comedians as Dante, D.L. Hughley, Cedric the Entertainer, Sommore, and Rodney Perry.
Down on his luck and out of money, former R&B star Steve Hightower lands a music teacher gig at an inner-city Chicago school. Showing who's in charge with his unorthodox approach, Steve discovers a new groove at Washington High School.