The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore
Keep It 100 - Replacement Cast for "Black-ish"
Season 2 • 07/07/2016
Anthony Anderson asks Larry who would replace him or co-star Tracee Ellis Ross on "Black-ish."
Nightly! Nightly! - Jack Daniel's Slavery RootsThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
Entertainment journalist Grace Parra reacts to the revelation that the recipe for Jack Daniel's whiskey was invented by an African-American slave.
Panel - Is Bill Clinton Trying to Ruin Hillary Clinton's Presidential Run?The Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
Michael Ian Black, Ricky Velez and Grace Parra examine Bill Clinton's rendezvous with Attorney General Loretta Lynch and discuss Donald Trump's alleged anti-Semitism.
Blacklash 2016: The Unblackening - The FBI Exonerates Hillary ClintonThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
The FBI recommends that no charges be brought against Hillary Clinton for her email activity, but Bill Clinton's meeting with Attorney General Loretta Lynch raises eyebrows.
Panel - The Aftermath of Hillary Clinton's Email ScandalThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
Bassem Youssef, Rory Albanese and Mike Yard weigh in on whether Hillary Clinton's untruthful statements about her emails could cost her the presidential election.
Barack Obama: Distracter-in-ChiefThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
After the FBI concludes its investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails, the presidential hopeful enlists President Obama to distract from the controversy.
Alton Sterling's Death & Black Lives MatterThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
Larry reacts to the death of Alton Sterling, an African-American man shot by white police officers in Louisiana, and examines the Black Lives Matter discussion that followed.
Panel - The Deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando CastileThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, Franchesca Ramsey and Jordan Carlos discuss the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, two African-American men shot by police officers.
Former Fox News Anchor Alleges Sexual HarassmentThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
Former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson files a sexual harassment lawsuit against network CEO Roger Ailes, who she claims fired her after she denied his advances.
The Rio de Janeiro Hell-ympicsThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
Rio de Janeiro prepares for the Olympics amid health concerns and violent crime, and Dennis Rodman (Jordan Carlos) attempts to defend the host city.
#HashItOut with Franchesca Ramsey - Backlash Over Jesse Williams's BET Awards SpeechThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
Franchesca Ramsey addresses a petition to fire Jesse Williams from "Grey's Anatomy" after the actor called out racism and police brutality in a speech at the BET Awards.
Keep It 100 - Replacement Cast for "Black-ish"The Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
"Black-ish" star Anthony Anderson asks Larry which actor he would cast to replace him or co-star Tracee Ellis Ross on the series.
Panel - Melania Trump's Plagiarism ControversyThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
John Fetterman, Rory Albanese and Robin Thede discuss Melania Trump's controversial speech at the GOP convention and Donald Trump's dysfunctional relationship with the truth.
Blacklash 2016: The Unblackening - Melania Trump's Plagiarism ControversyThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
Melania Trump faces blowback for apparently lifting lines from a 2008 speech by Michelle Obama, and a Trump campaign spokesperson plays damage control.
Budget-Friendly Convention CoverageThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
Underfunded reporters Jordan Carlos and Grace Parra look for a cheap alternative to covering the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, OH.
Open-Carry Concerns at the Republican National ConventionThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
Cleveland police unsuccessfully urge Ohio Governor John Kasich to temporarily restrict the state's open-carry gun law during the Republican National Convention.
Blacklash 2016: The Unblackening - Ben Carson and David Clarke at the RNCThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
Ben Carson and Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke take the stage at the Republican National Convention to demonize Hillary Clinton and smear the Black Lives Matter movement.
Sexual Harassment Scandal at Fox NewsThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
Fox News CEO Roger Ailes resigns amid allegations of workplace sexual harassment, prompting a suggestive smackdown from Robin Thede and Holly Walker.
Panel - Is Black Lives Matter Anti-Cop?The Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
Activist DeRay Mckesson, Mike Yard and Holly Walker weigh in on the charge that the Black Lives Matter movement is fueled by a hatred for police officers.
Mike Yard's The Y Files - "Pokemon Go" ConspiracyThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
Conspiracy expert Mike Yard claims that "Pokemon Go" is a government trap rigged to ensnare African Americans and discredit the Black Lives Matter movement.
"Black Olives Matter" Backlash & Charles Kinsey ShootingThe Nightly Show with Larry WilmoreS2
A restaurant in New Mexico sparks outrage for displaying a sign that reads "Black Olives Matter," and a Florida cop shoots an unarmed black man while his hands are raised.
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