Mush n Milk is one of the series’ classics. Set in a boarding home for children it is most remembered for the breakfast scenes line, “Don’t drink the milk… Why? Its spoiled”.
Category Archives: Wildin Out Wednesday
3/15/23 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: Life’s a F***ing Fantasy for Santos – A Randy Rainbow Parody
A Randy Rainbow Parody on our favorite lying congressman George Santos. Parodies: “Jolly Holiday” from Mary Poppins (Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman) “Georgy Girl” by The Seekers (Tom Springfield). Continue reading
3/8/23 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: Legendary: 30 Years of Philly Ballroom
Legendary: 30 Years of Philly Ballroom is an inside look into the effort to preserve Philadelphia’s ballroom scene, a black LGBTQ safe-space that has endured for 30 years. A film produced by The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Emmy-winning video team. Continue reading
1/8/23 WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: Moi Renee performing Miss Honey
The Legendary Moi Renee performing “Miss Honey” May she rest in peace!!
2/1/23 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: If Disney Was Ratchet -Cinderella- Royal Wedding Saga
Is this what was really on closet queen and cartoon racist Walt Disney’s mind? Continue reading
1/25/23 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: Juliet Ibrahim Dazzles Mr Macaroni With Her Fantabolous Gift
Adebowale Debo Adedayo known by his stage name Mr.Macaroni is a Nigerian actor, content creator and citizen activist.A trained thespian, his popularity grew from his comic skits on social media, where he plays the role of a political figure cum sugar daddy called Daddy Wa or a sadistic lecturer called Professor Hard Life. Continue reading
1/11/23 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: The Boondocks- “Pause” Tyler Perry Banded Episode
Robert plans to audition for the leading male role in Ma Dukes Finds Herself a Man, the latest play by Winston Jerome. Jerome is a superstar African-American playwright, director, and actor whose work, as Huey later describes, is formulaic, Christian-themed, and mostly centers around an outrageous gun-blasting matriarch named Ma Dukes (played by Winston himself, in drag.) As a former struggling actor in his youth, Robert is excited at the opportunity, and declares his intent to give Winston “everything I’ve got”; Riley advises him that he has to say “no homo” in addendum because, to Riley, “everything I’ve got” sounds gay. Continue reading
1/4/23 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: Richard Pryor: Live & Smokin’ (1971)
Richard Pryor set the stage for the brash, no-holds-barred comedy practiced by later comic successes like Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle. His soulful performance–and his legacy–are captured in LIVE AND SMOKIN’, released in 1985 but filmed 15 years earlier at New York City’s Improvisation. Included among the funny, wide-ranging (and often vulgar) skits is the now famous “Wino Preacher and Willie the Junkie” sequence. Continue reading
12/7/22 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: Jennifer Lewis talks to Kayne West
Jenifer Lewis is not here for Kanye West’s anti-Semitism comments and demands he “shut his mouth” during her recent appearance on The Pascal Show.
11/23/22 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: Rudolph Nureyev at Muppet Show
This episode is referred to in Jim Henson: the Works as a “key moment in season two, and in the entire history of the Muppets.” News that Rudolf Nureyev — the world’s most famous ballet dancer — would be appearing on the show “generated unprecedented press coverage and audience curiosity.” By season three, the show would have no more trouble attracting guest stars Continue reading