Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Originally titled Hollah at Me, this weekly cable-TV talk show seemed dedicated to proving that yes, African-American Conservatives really and truly did exist in the 21st century. The series' host was comedienne Sheryl Underwood, an outrageous, outspoken black Republican. Each episode found Underwood trading observations and barb with three guests of varying political affiliations. Described as BET network's own version of Politically Incorrect, Hollah first aired on September 16, 2002.
African-American, conservative, observations, politics, Republican-Party