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  • [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]