Dear White People Ep. 10: Sam, Finale

It’s the episode of the protest and Sam is really hung up on Gabe. In the studio, Reggie reads his poem on air as eh watches Gabe and Sam talk. I don’t like the fact that Sam I stuck on Gabe when Reggie is clearly a better choice since he can actually understand where she’s…

Dear White People Ep. 9: Coco

The very beginning struck a nerve when this white boy Todd told Coco that he “couldn’t bring you home to my parents but I would definitely like to hook up so I can tell my boys what it was like to have a taste of your dark chocolate.” Not surprising, but what the actual fuck?…

Dear White People Ep. 8: Lionel

Lionel is a journalist and journalism major, as was I. He feels awkward around the other Black people because he feels that he doesn’t quite fit in. He hides behind his journalism to keep from confronting people. Silvio doesn’t want Lionel to cover the story on Troy and gives it to another journalist, Brook. He…

Dear White People Ep. 7: Gabe

This episode starts off with letting us know that Sam and Reggie definitely had sex and Gabe knows that something happened. As they plan to have a town hall meeting. The chemistry between them is so strong. Oh and Reggie is not trying to hide the fact that he laid the pipe on Gabe’s girl….

Dear White People Ep. 3:Troy

Troy is the son of the Dean and his father is so up the rich white people’s asses, Troy can’t stand up to him. Troy was the one who got the police to shutdown the party.  I like how each episode gives the point of view of each character and their specific roles as far…

Dear White People Ep. 2: Lionel

Lionel is the main focus of this episode and his sexuality. It gives back story insinuating that he’s gay. His roommate is Troy and he hears him having sex every night and it doesn’t last long enough for him to jack off.  He then does a google search to see if jerking off makes you…

Dear White People Ep. 1: Sam

I’ve heard of this show and have been avoiding it like the plague, however on my day off, I decided to give it a try. The main character, Sam, is apparently problack, however, she is a bedwench to a white man. It starts with a white party where everyone is in black face. The BSU…