字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 [MUSIC PLAYING] (SINGING) It's a kooky, wacky, crazy, loopy world we're living in, so Craig decides to close up shop to live in a cabin. And while he's there, he talks to corn, and birds become his friends. A dolphin shares the keys to life, the fun will never. It's a wild and rowdy, loud and shouty earth we're spinning on, so Craig put down the payment on a quiet little home. The home is far from quiet, it's a lot that's going on. A wormhole opens up, and now, his twin is in his home. Oh yeah! You're going to want to stick around for this. Your attention, please. It's time to get Black, y'all. [MUSIC PLAYING] [VOCALIZING] Your attention, please. Your attention, please. [CANNED LAUGHTER] [SCATTERED APPLAUSE] [CANNED LAUGHTER] [CHEERING] Greetings, what it dos, and hello-- (SINGING) is it me you're looking for? Craig Robinson here, and I'm coming to you live from what I like to call my productivity zone. It's here that I keep meticulous notes of all my intellectual doodads, idea thingies, and bladoodles-- oh, sorry, that's a Black dude doodle. We've got an epic show for you today, so I don't want to waste any more time on my hopes and dreams. Because around here, we're all about focusing on the hopes and dreams of others. Now, if you don't mind, I'm going to get back to my bladoodles. [HUMMING] [FAX MACHINE TONE] Why is someone faxing me here? Weird! Attention, Craig-- read the next segment. Set up the next segment, bro, you tripping. I feel like we've been through this. If you're still reading this, why? You really need to set up the next segment. Who is that? Good thing I didn't accept that offer from my neighbor to trade his glove collection for my fax machine. End of the day, late, breaking updates are worth more than the finest crafted Corinthian leather gloves. And let's see, how shall I set this up? Got it. Now, if you recall in season one, I mentioned my extensive doll collection. Well, did y'all know I also have an insanely intricate celebrity wig collection? As much as I love to go into very, very specific detail about all of my wigs, I'd rather not. That level of color will stay between me, the wigs, and the celebrity skulls that they once laid upon. Goochie, goochie, goo! Pop quiz, hot shots-- when I say the name Annie, what's the first thing that comes to mind? Red dress? Red hair? Lots of white people in a hard knock life? Or maybe, Annie, are you OK, are you OK, are you OK, Annie? Annie! Oh, you OK. If all that is true, you wouldn't be wrong. But after this next piece, you'll see another Annie who is on her way to being on the Mount Rushmore of Annies. The short film we are about to peek was created by a sister who I can only describe as a legendary auteur in the making. She writes, she directs, and she edits. From SZA to Ciara, she's somehow finesses this all while still being in school. She's 23, y'all, and I'm in awe. When I was 23, I was still trying to talk my way into the [INAUDIBLE] Club. Now, without further ado, your attention, please-- a short film by Annie Bercy. [INHALES DEEPLY] 1989. I'll see you later. [MUSIC PLAYING] Your attention, please. [JAZZ MUSIC] I know you're not about to walk in this house without saying hello to me. Hi, mom. Hey, baby. How was school today? Another great day of school, mom. Well, good. Get those school clothes off, get on your homework, wash up, and I'll be ready with dinner in about an hour. [MUSIC PLAYING] [GIRL SNICKERING] [PENCIL WRITING] [GIRL LAUGHING] [LAUGHTER] [MUSIC PLAYING] Yes. Excuse me? Begone. Begone. So fly. So free. Yes, you can be beautiful, with Shine and Sleek. [MUSIC PLAYING - CHRISTIAN RAMNATH AND ANNIE BERCY, "LIONESS AD"] When I'm not in my school uniform, I like to be fierce. And I want my hair to be fierce, too. That's why I use Lioness-- the permanent relaxer cream system with constant conditioning. (SINGING) So fly, so free. So fly, so free. Yes, you can be beautiful, with Shine and Sleek. No more pain, easy to maintain. Finally, tame that mane. Lioness has successfully relaxed over 20 million heads of hair. Ask your professional stylist for Lioness-- the premium, no-lye, conditioning relaxer, available in your local beauty supply. Are you ready to be fierce? (MUFFLED) Riley, where are you? Riley! Oh, my bad, mom. Dinner's ready. Cut that off. Now. Riley! You didn't remind me that Monday is picture day. What? Oh, I-- I forgot. Well, pour something for us. Let me get my purse. Mom-- I want to perm my hair for picture day. And ruin those precious curls of yours? No. Please? I can pay for it myself. I just want to try something different. You don't perm your hair for a day, and then rinse it out when you change your mind. A perm means permanent. Why not spend your money on a-- a wash and set instead? Maybe because I want it to be permanent. Well, maybe you don't know what you want. And besides, you're too young to be putting those harsh chemical products in your hair. I don't want your hair to fall out because you don't know how to manage it. I mean, you managed just fine, mom. Why can't you just teach me? What's the rush? Why now? I-- I just want everyone to see a better version of me. I want to be a better version of me. Plus, you look so good with straight hair, mom. Imagine how good I'd look. [CHUCKLES] Hmm? Lord. You want straight hair? Well, you're going to have to take care of it. You hear me? It's a big commitment, and it requires a ton of maintenance. Yes, of course. Lord. Tomorrow, when I'm at work, you go to the beauty supply store for me, OK? You know which box to get? All right. "I'd look good with straight hair"-- Lord, have mercy. [DOORBELL] Sir, what is this? You don't see anything wrong here? You don't see you're missing a shade here? So this is the darkest shade of brown you guys have? Really? Might as well be the color of the bottom of my foot. Right! These are all the shades they have. You have a problem? Take it up with them. Ooh, he did not. Did you see that? I saw that. You saw that. You know what? I don't understand why you guys sell all of these things in our neighborhood, but you can't get the color of our skin. And it is not that-- y'all assume every Black person here is stealing. Right. And I see your eyes glued to the cameras every time we come in. Right. You know, this one is better than the one on Beverly. Right? Because that lady be following us around. She trippin'! So true. She get on my damn-- Hey, so are you buying something, or? No! No, we're not. And sir, watch us open up our own beauty supply store and run all of you out of business. You know what? Let's go. We're done. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING - CHRISTIAN RAMNATH AND ANNIE BERCY, "CHANGE THE WORLD"] (SINGING) You can change the world, just the way you are, you're perfect, worth it. You were made just right. No need for you to change a thing Look at all the light you burn. You will change the world. Baby, you can [INAUDIBLE] perfect. And whenever you're feeling down, remember how far you've came. You will change the world someday. Are you going to buy something? [MUSIC PLAYING] Next. Next. Next. [GOSPEL CHOIR VOCALIZING] Your attention, please. That is how you paint a picture. Black girl magic strikes again. Keep killing 'em, Annie. Maybe find a little part for you boy on your next one. And by a little part, I mean the lead. I want the lead. Consider that my audition, Annie. My assistant will send the footage. Speaking of oceanic levels of Black girl magic-- cowabunga, sis. Surf's up, queen. Don't worry, I'm not getting into young adult novel naming, even if I do have titles for my series, for days. No, these are all things you'll likely hear coming from the waves the ladies of Black Girls Surf are making as they use surfing to break the chains of the patriarchy. Led by a fearless leader who calls herself the original Dorothy, you're going to be blown away by this one. So let's do it. Your attention, please-- meet Rhonda Harper. Your attention, please. [MUSIC PLAYING] My connection to the water is very spiritual.