Twenty years before this video was produced, comedian Whoopi Goldberg took Broadway by storm in a one-woman show that established her as one of the wittiest, finest performers of her ... See full summary »
All his life, African-American Renato has been raised in an Italian-American family. Completely unaware that he is Black, his life is upended when his birth parents materialize, causing Renato to examine what he true heritage is.
Sitcom based on the 1987 indie hit "Bagdad Café" follows two women, a desert motel and diner owner and her guest whose husbands just left them, who slowly develop a rocky friendship. Several colorful characters live there as well.
Nasim, the thing is nobody can tell the difference between Arabs and Persians, and quite frankly, nobody cares.
We followed your East Coast/West Coast rap wars. There were Tupac/Biggie updates every half-hour on al-Jazeera!
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This show was so funny that I went to see a taping of it and I never missed a show when it was on nor has my husband and we would love to by the series if it ever comes out on DVD. Please Please Please Please release this TV show on DVD. This was some of her best work by far. I don't know what else to say besides I loved this show and was more than heart broken when NBC removed it from it's line up. Why it wasn't a hot item I can't understand. But if it ever comes out on DVD i will by it.
We found it to be so funny that we laughed until we cried. Wanda was just as funny as Whoopi, but Whoopi's supporting cast just gave it that edge and blended so well with her that we became hooked from the first show to the last and even watched the repeats.
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