Not a lot of podcast like this I must say. As a brotha who can’t relate to much of this, I feel like I’m learning things, many things about the greater world around me and within all of us in the race. Like the ‘more afraid of a black cop than a white cop’ or the ‘only black person in the theatre while watching a black movie’ or the classic ‘relating ______ to how it affects your careers as actors’. Usually it’s Jon is the logic, James is the comic relief and Jerrah is the heart and passion BUT all 3 are multifaceted enough to switch into the other along with many others roles. Because of that I trust these guys and the guest they pick. That trust was put to the test today when I listened to the (trigger warning) green book episode. I actually used to like the movie, felt very complicated and even a little bad when people started saying it was problematic around the movement (says something that so few said this until then), didn’t understand why and didn’t wanna face why, then manned up and listen to you guys on it and now I can see the problems and that I was possibly ‘sheltered’. So you guys are changing hearts and minds, changing the world even, making it a better place? Maybe that’s too big for 1 person to decide, but it’s sure got me seeing and noticing things more. Like you ever notice how most if not all the brothas on Brooklyn 99 are either cops or criminals, not anything in between? Those observations, I probably wouldn’t make some of them without this. I do wish they would review Tragedy Girls one day, but I know they’ll eventually get to it. Last thing, I love hearing a fellow black comic book nerd out here! As the white women say, I feel seen. Keep up the good work.