“Where Are My Background Singers?” Season 1 Episode 3 ‘A Black Lady Sketch Show’ Review

Join your hosts Nikki Bailey (@NikkiBailey_) and NeedmSkye (@NeemaSkye) as we discuss episode 4 of A Black Lady Sketch Show, entitled Where are my Background Singers? In this episode, the sistas tackle Shakespeare, thirst trap history, and the mental dilemma created when women get cat called. Oh, and, side note: PATTI LABELLE IS IN THIS EPISODE! AND SHE SINGS! It’s glorious. Don’t miss it!

With the first all-black women writer’s room, led by Lauren Ashley Smith, the first black woman sketch director, Dime Davis, and the first sketch series cast composed entirely of black women, A Black Lady Sketch Show is bringing historic levels of comedy to us, and we’re here to discuss it every week. On the AFTERBUZZ TV BLACK LADY SKETCH SHOW AFTER SHOW PODCAST, join our hosts as they cover every episode, along with news, gossip and special segments! Subscribe and comment to tell us what you think and stay up to date on the show!

A Black Lady Sketch Show: A Black Lady Sketch Show is an HBO sketch comedy show. It is created and written by Robin Thede and produced by Issa Rae. Both are co-stars in the show. It also includes comedy sketches performed by a regular cast of African-American female comedians as well as some celebrity guests.