Impossible Questions for Black Women – Dulce Sloan & Robin Thede: The Daily Show

– Listen, I’m so glad
that you’re here, and congratulations on hosting your own late night show. – [Both] Black
ladies in late night! – Now, we both know that we
have a big responsibility. – Yes. – As being one of
the few black women on late night television.
– Yes. – So we just gotta make
sure we’re on the same page. Impossible Questions
for Black Women. Real questions, real answers. Let’s get into it. Okay, heels or flats? – Heels. ‘Cause you gotta
toot the booty up. – Okay, are your
grits sugar or butter? – Butter. – Thank God.
– Yeah. – Whooo, I wanted to like you. Real Housewives of Atlanta, or, Love & Hip Hop Atlanta? – Love & Hip Hop Hollywood. Ray J’s a mess and I love it. – Oh, don’t.
– Sorry. I love it.
– Please don’t bring up Ray J to me. I don’t mess with Ray J. Cardi B or Lauryn Hill? – Miseducation of
Lauryn Hill Lauryn Hill. – That’s the only one.
– All day. – That’s the only one.
– That’s the only one. Then Lauryn Hill. Gotta be. No shade to Cardi B. – Are there other Lauryn Hills? – Oh, yeah. The I-don’t-show-up-on-time, current-day Lauryn Hill? – If you could be
adopted by a black mom, Michelle Obama or Oprah? – Oh, that’s tough. ‘Cause Michelle’s going
to give you the guidance. – True. – But Oprah’s got all dat money. – And some guidance? – And some guidance! For sure! – And a magazine. – And, like, the key to Heaven. So, I think it’s gotta be Oprah. – Team Issa or Team Lawrence? – Team Issa, all day. – Issa.
– Issa all day. I can’t.
– Issa. – I can’t. – Get off my couch. – Okay, silk pillowcase or satin bonnet? – Okay, for me, silk pillowcase because I sleep crazy, so the bonnet don’t stay on. Plus, you don’t have that dent in the line in the front, you know what I mean? ‘Cause when it’s too
tight, you get a dent. But the bonnet is
more effective. – But, doesn’t the pillow just slide off your bed? Remy or Nicki? – Uh-uh. You’re not getting
me caught up in that. – Right answer. That was a trick.
– I value my life. – That was a trick.
– Value my life. – That was a trick. We gotta stick together. – [Both] Black
ladies in late night. (upbeat music) – How old are you? Twelve? – I’m 34 years old.
– You’re, like, 12. – Are you? – Yes. – Black don’t crack,
ladies and gentlemen. Black don’t crack.
– Hello. How you doing? – She’s so cute. – But you know who knows I’m 34? My ovaries. Shout out to my body. Alright.

100 thoughts on “Impossible Questions for Black Women – Dulce Sloan & Robin Thede: The Daily Show

  1. She was like that Star Wars commander on that Remy question: β€œIt’s a trap!!”

  2. "Black ladies in late nighttttt!" "You know who knows I'm 34? My ovaries!" πŸ’€πŸ’€πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  3. oh, wow!! lolol!!: my sista there looks like the chocolate version of Carrie from the "Sex and the City" tv show! πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„

    so fashionable! and she's absolutely gorgeous!! πŸ‘πŸ‘

  4. I'm a white man. I don't know all the women mentioned in this video, but I had a blast watching it. These ladies are great.

  5. Wouldnt expect one video to represent the whole of a black woman's world. But seriously heels or flats! We are concerned about much more. Common u can do better.

  6. Moree…Moreee…Moreeeeee πŸ™ŒπŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎβ€οΈβ€οΈ

  7. This channel is called the daily show WITH TREVOR NOAH so where the fuck trevor noah at

  8. I love the soul and personality of this segment. They sang their entrance and exit.

  9. I am a little disappointed as I thought the segment would have less trivia. I like to see black women talking about the political stuff too. Or did the View already meet that quota?

  10. Wow.. Americans are obese.. You should bring some here in Africa.. They will be chased by lions until they lose weight.. πŸ˜‚

  11. The fuck it took so long to answer the Lauryn Hill-Carly B question? It's like thinking who's better Tupac or Migos?

  12. Add 2 more people, 1 black, 1 white celebrity, then it becomes Black Jeopardy. Abracadabra! Hilarious! wtf

  13. I have black friends who know nothing about the shows mentioned but have white friends who do. Is there a handbook defining what being black is?

  14. This is my message about Harvey Weinstein and the Hollywood left. I hope all those involved in sexual harassment of women and children get busted. There's has to be a complete investigation to get to the bottom of this. I don't care if all of Hollywood collapse. I don't even go to the cinema anymore. Hollywood hasn't made a good family show like Bonanza, The Waltons, and my favorite Leave it to Beaver. That was the America I used to know, when families stayed together, instead of being dysfunctional and single mothers raising children because of high divorce rate, a father is very important for a child. Nowadays you have young people with an attitude, body piercing, tattoos all over their body, weird color hair that only a clown would wear, plus being rude no manners using all kind of vulgar and profane language. Young men walking in public with their pants so low that their underwear is showing while grabbing their crotch to keep the pants up, go figure? To the young millennials if you're a well behave and discipline person and to the single mothers that did a good job in raising their children, if what I'm saying doesn't apply to you just let it fly, only the dog that gets hit will squeal. It is with heavy heart that I say the America that I knew is a bygone era.

  15. So… you say that you are among a small number of black women on late night (Television?). And then spend all your time on non-sense.

    If I had airtime, I would work to expose the criminal government which is controlled by through megacorporations by the wealthy elite and their continued attacks on the citizenry of America and the world through control of the media, the education systems, the food supply, the health care, the economy, the police, and endless war.

  16. I honestly love both, but can Thede refer to herself as a biracial woman instead? Like Trevor for example. Either your only black, white, or Asian for example and it's like you can't be both and that's not fair. Biracial ppl need more support and acceptance in Hollywood!!

  17. Maybe all comedy shows are lost on me but this made me crack a smile which for me is pretty good.

  18. My god, these questions were dumb. :/

    It had so much potential to be a funny segment….

  19. Black ladies at late night its like you guys are forcing people to just separate from each other

  20. I think something is broken anyone else getting a blank screen with just subtitles?

  21. More please‼️ Thank you!!β€ΌοΈπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎ

  22. They lost me at fabric with sheen. Clothing should not have sheen, either silk or satin!

  23. Theres a reason why there is none at night. Boring shit loll terrible material

  24. The late-to-her-shows Lauryn Hill is the one I thought of too! (1:01) Hilarious.

  25. a LOT of those references were over my head but the delivery was on point! These ladies are hilarious =)

  26. If you're a white person and you don't understand this, just move on to the next video please. Don't ruin our joy with your entitlement thanks

  27. If I'm the top comment please don't scroll down. There are many racist and sexist people comments there

  28. She said "SHOUT OUT TO MY BAAAHDEEE" afterwards πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  29. It really should have been Lauren Hill or Beyonce since Cardi is such an acquired taste


  31. I see it this way, if u have one black parent and one white parent, your not black you're biracial! ijs.. you're half n half.

  32. I would pick Oprah to be my momma. Michelle Obama not gonna let me eat my little unhealthy foods.

  33. The real question should have been sweet or cheese it’s a real deal breaker for some people.

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