During the same summer as Woodstock, over 300,000 people attended the Harlem Cultural Festival, celebrating African American music and culture, and promoting Black pride and unity. The footage from the festival sat in a basement, unseen for over 50 years, keeping this incredible event in America's history lost...until now.
Fargo: The Nadir Season 4, Ep 8
Loy plays with fire, Josto wears his heart on his sleeve, Oraetta makes a surprising discovery and Deafy closes in on Zelmare and Swanee.
Saturday Night Live: Chris Rock / Megan Thee Stallion Season 46, Ep 1
46th Season Premiere [more inside]
Saturday Night Live: Eddie Murphy / Lizzo Season 45, Ep 10
Eddie Murphy hosts for the first time since 1984, breaking Mick Jagger's record (34 years) of longest gap between hosting appearances. [more inside]
When a presidential candidate dies unexpectedly in the middle of the campaign, Washington, D.C. alderman Mays Gilliam is unexpectedly picked as his replacement. [more inside]
A comedian tries to make it as a serious actor when his reality-TV star fiancée talks him into broadcasting their wedding on her TV show.
Two comedy giants this week. First, Jesse talks to Chris Rock about what it was like to become one of the world’s best stand-up comics in the 1990s. Rock’s got a new movie out. It’s called Top Five. Then, Jesse sits down with Monty Python member John Cleese. They’ll talk about his early life and about what Cleese really thought about the recent Python reunion. Cleese’s new memoir is called So, Anyway. Plus, we ask Scott Aukerman what piece of culture he wishes he had made. His answer? Twin Peaks. Lastly, Jesse tells you about a TV show that lets people just be people.
Saturday Night Live: Chris Rock/Prince Season 40, Ep 5
An uninterrupted eight minute set by Prince couldn't compensate for a night of flubbed lines and flat sketches.