Review: Marlon Wayans, “Woke-ish” on Netflix

Marlon may not be the first to notice that President Trump treats the White House like a reality TV competition, or even that “Donald Trump is the Flavor Flav of white people.” He probably does win a “too soon” award, however, for his impression of Wendy Williams fainting, though, now that we know more about what’s really ailing her.

In the end, though, Marlon Wayans isn’t trying to offend anyone. Heck, he’s currently starring in an NBC family sitcom, Marlon, appealing to the mainstream. He’s still the youngest kid at the table, hoping the whole family notices him and loves him.

As he tells the audience in D.C., where he briefly attended Howard College before dropping out to join his family on In Living Color all those years ago: “This world is going through shit, and laughter is healing. And I think we all need to do more of it.”

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Marlon Wayans: Woke-ish on Netflix

Sean L. McCarthy

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