Len returns from his Caribbean cruise vacation with perspective then joins Vince in giving in-depth perspective on the Black family sitcom throughout the years, the 'talent' of Jimmy Walker and...The Transformers?
The Binge Lounge
The Men of Micheaux review the Academy's selections for the 2019 Oscar nominees, eagerly looking for slots to stick in the woefully under appreciated 'If Beale Street Could Talk'
Vince and Len sit down for an official Binge Lounge as they take a look into some insane Saturday Morning Cartoon conspiracy theories and open up old legends.
West Side Story. Guys and Dolls. Bye Bye Birdie. Vince and Len reveal their hidden feelings about the so-called '"Great American Musicbook" before Vince unleashes the here-to-fore-unknown-to-Len insanity that is SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS! Enjoy this Binge Lounge quickie!
The Men of Micheaux freely unfurl their geeky comic book flag with pride as they give an overview of the history of Marvel Comics' BLACK PANTHER.
The Micheaux Men team with Summer and CArren of Ladies Luv Hip-Hop to talk hip-hop and hear Len say something that in hindsight was completely dead @$$ wrong and he SHOULD have his card revoked and smoked.
Vince and Len weigh in on the Sofia Coppola / The Beguile debate which takes them into a reexamination of daddy Francis' The Conversation which sweeps them into a description of some sacred movie cows and bottoms out with All Eyes On Me.
It started with a conversation about the history of Black Cops on television but we're all over the Lounge talking KRS-One vs PM Dawn, A 40-degree day named Jay Z, the return of Carl Weathers and a bunch of other stuff we weren't supposed to get into at all.
There are some problematic issues bubbling to the surface with the recent release of Marvel's IRON FIST to Netflix and the live action adaptation of the historic anime GHOST IN THE SHELL and Vince and Len trace them to their 70s source in the comic book world. Chill with us inside THE BINGE LOUNGE.