1. Justin Timberlake's Futuresex/Loveshow Live from Madison Square Garden: I was watching him on "Friends with Benefits" before I went to work today and now I'm watching this DVD I got from Netflix. Yesterday a co-worker mentioned to me that Justin Bieber wants to be like Justin Timberlake. As far as I knew, Bieber looked up to Usher. I don't see anything similar to him and Justin Timberlake outside of being white. But there's something I genuinely enjoy about watching Justin Timberlake perform. I don't own any of his CDs but have bought all the singles, seen all his movies and love to watch him dance live. He easily embraces hip-hop culture without looking like he had an overdose of BET. His voice is nice on the ears without trying too hard. And he's cool. While the term "swag" is being incredibly overused these days, J.T. actually has swag. And after watching this DVD and hearing all these songs I knew nothing about, I'm headed directly to Amazon to buy it all!
2. iHeartRadio 24/7 Comedy Radio: I listened to this today at work after getting an e-blast and I am hooked. I was in a good mood the entire day at work cracking up laughing at this collabo of comedians. Some jokes are edgy but none are disrespectful. There are icons like Bill Cosby and Chris Rock mixed with newer comedians I'm not familiar with, and the collection is diverse. I will be glued to this station when I'm trying to stay in a good mood.
4. Watching "Golden Girls" reruns: I watched every last episode of this show as a kid, but it took being an adult and recording the syndicated version to get all of these sex jokes that completely went over my adolescent head. Not only that, but these women clown each other for days. Rose told Blanche she was some random name for the time right when dog poop turns white. DAYYUM, that's rough!
5. Jason Pitts on "The Game": I would be absolutely relieved if Tasha Mack was not on this show. Her character makes a perfectly good show extra hoodrich and she's annoying. I mute the television every time she comes on, but ironically enough I love Brandy's character Chardonnay mainly because she's not trying too hard to be "down." It's natural, not loud. And I can't get enough of watching Chardonnay and Jason Pitts together. Coby Bell is hilarious to me, both in his punch lines and physical comedy. He doesn't have to say a word and even a raised eyebrow or his random dance moves send me into fits of laughter. I watch the show 99.9% of the time to see him and Barry Floyd, who was a great interviewee by the way.