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TV's Illest Minority Moments Presented by Ego Trip (2004)

TV Movie  -  2004 (USA)
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Very funny satire. Minor Spoilers.
27 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A very funny look at some serious issues. They totally make fun of the television industries portrayal of minorities. How The always get white actors to play Asians, Native Americans, and Hispanics. They talk about T.V during and after civil rights. Hopefully VH1 will show it again. I thought it was great satire. If your a fan of political satire or observational commentary than this is for you. This is not unlike I love the 80's, I love the 90's or any of the vh1 panel shows. This has some very funny guests including Ice-T, Andre Benjami and Fat Joe. This was a great show. I highly recommend it. It tackles stereotypes, prejudice, racism and totally kicks there ass in similar fashion "Harold and Kumar go to White Castle" do.


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