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, Yvonne Orji plays the alpha version of this enviable woman in Molly, the beautiful, successful BFF of Issa, who is played by series creator Issa Rae. But sometimes it feels good when the homeless guy in the corner tells you that you look amazing.
" /Tricky topics are tackled on this show: racism, violence, religion, politics. Guests and the host also say insightful things: "Really progressive views on women and relationships," sniffs a guest to another who'd just bragged about having a "gang of chicks" waiting for him back home.
No violent acts but plenty of jokes about violence: A woman says she'd "whoop" the "ass" of someone who touched her boyfriend; Davis jokes about getting developers to sign a nondisclosure agreement that says if they disclose a project idea, James and a friend can beat them up.
I know your parents are Nigerian and I’ve read in some of your interviews before about how they wanted you to be a doctor or an engineer.
The decision to become a comedian couldn’t have been easy.There are jokes about drugs, and about sex; there's also historical perspective and insightful thought on topics like slavery, police violence, and street gangs.