10/20/21 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: She Wanted Me To Eat The WAP – Animated Story

She Wanted Me To Eat The WAP is an animated short film about a young man whose tongue looses it’s virginity.

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8/25/21 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: Dave Chappelle On Former US President Donald Trump



Dave Chappelle shares his special brand of comedy/storytelling about our former president. Continue reading

8/14/21 O&A NYC IT’S SATURDAY- ANYTHING GOES: Cab Calloway’s Jitterbug Party (1935)


Cab Calloway’s Jitterbug Party (1935) is a musical short film released by Paramount Pictures (later sold to U.M. & M. TV Corporation). Continue reading

8/8/21 O&A NYC THE SUNDAY MORNING FUNNIES: American Sunday School Lesson- Why Did Mr. Jesus Invent America?

Mrs. Betty Bowers, America’s Best Christian, brings us an American (white American) Sunday school lesson.  Continue reading

7/19/21 O&A NYC HOLLYWOOD MONDAY: As Summers Die (1986) Starring Ron O’Neal, Beah Richards, Jamie Lee Curtis and Bette Davis

As Summers Die a 1986 film starring Ron O’Neal, Beah Richards, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Bette Davis. The plot centers around a large area of land owned by an old black lady, Elvira Backus ( Beah Richards). It had been given to her by her one-time employer and secret father of her two children, a southern patriarch. Continue reading

7/14/21 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: David Alan Grier- How to Tell Black People Apart (Jimmy Kimmel Live)

David Alan Grier helps white people tell the difference between black people. With Grier’s help you will stop confessing Martin Lawrence with Martin Luther King. Continue reading

6/19/21 O&A NYC GOING BACK TO AFRICA WITH WaleStylez: Mr Tourism Nigeria Swimwear 2021

Here are a few of the Mr Tourism Nigeria 2021 contestants in their swimwear. Continue reading

6/3/21 O&A NYC THROWBACK THURSDAY: The Jackson 5 – Dancing Machine

The Jackson 5 perform Dancing Machine on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson (1974) Continue reading

5/19/21 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: Paul Mooney Dead At 79

Paul Mooney, the pioneering comic, writer and actor, has died at age 79. Mooney died Wednesday at 5:30 a.m. at his home in Oakland, California. His family posted on Mooney’s Twitter account Wednesday morning,“Thank you all from the bottom of all of our hearts …you’re all are the best!…… Mooney World .. The Godfather of Comedy – ONE MOON MANY STARS! .. To all in love with this great man.. many thanks,” Continue reading

5/7/21 O&A NYC SHALL WE DANCE FRIDAY: The Harlem Sandman (1943) Count Basie and Dorothy Dandridge,

Count Basie and his Orchestra play Harlem Sandman, an extended number in Hit Parade of 1943. It features Dorothy Dandridge and Jack Williams singing plus dance act Pops and Louis (Albert Whitman & Louis Williams) along with dancers Dorothea Durham, Neva Peoples & Ruth Scott.
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