James uses memes to revive an actor's career, challenges Beyonce fans to rethink their online bullying and debates side-piece humor with prominent Black Twitter users.
A passport to the hood.
James meets up with some of Beyonce's most vocal fans on Twitter to talk to them about how far they'll go to protect their queen.
To get knocked the f**k out.
James sits down with some of Black Twitter's movers and shakers to find out why the community likes adultery jokes so much.
DeRay Mckesson and DeRay Davis debate the merits of going to college.
A house where you make and push your product. Whatever you can’t get on Amazon is made or sold at the trap house, and they can deliver a lot faster.
James meets up with USC football player Zach Banner to find out what it's like to be a student athlete complying with NCAA rules.
A description of a person who grew up near the hood, but not in the hood.
James takes a black teen's car to a customization shop to make it discrimination-proof in case he's stopped by the police.
James investigates what it's like to be a token minority in college today, hosts a debate between two DeRays and quizzes students in "What's Really Hood?"
James takes two of his friends to get their official hood passes, but things quickly go off the rails.
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