On Saturday, the New York Times published an article on Saturday’s episode of “Saturday Night Live,” featuring comedian Dave Chappelle.
The article covered Chappelle’s comedic monologue on Kyrie Irving, Kanye West, and Donald Trump.
What the NYT missed was the fact that it was supposed to be truthful and funny.
It claimed the comedian “mocks Kanye and Kyrie.” This may be confusing for anybody who actually saw the episode, so “Fearless” contributor Shemeka Michelle and I break down Chappelle’s jokes to determine if he’s a friend or foe to the canceled icons.
The “Shemoke Show” also helps me make sense of a bizarre “it’s going down” moment caught on TV by Mike Pereira, an NFL rule analyst.
Bill Cowher of CBS Sports' “NFL Today” — a sports analyst, former football player, and coach — recently gave his take on the Indianapolis Colts' decision to make Jeff Saturday the interim head coach, calling it a “disgrace.” Is this a fair assessment?
After all, Saturday and Indianapolis just had their first victory together against the Las Vegas Raiders.
“Fearless” soldier Steve Kim and I break this down.
Coach Jason Brown of “Last Chance U” meets “Fearless” at the golf course in Las Vegas after watching the Raiders vs.
He tells us his Vegas highlights, including his take on why the Raiders are struggling.
“Let me tell you, watching Derek Carr up close is even more proof that he is god-awful, and the Raiders' sole issue is Derek Carr.”