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Happy Hour: A Shot of Conversation

Happy Hour is a weekly podcast hosted by Sofia Stanley, Emile Ennis Jr. and Kennelia Stradwick, that serves listeners a taste of exactly what happens when a lawyer, a host and a comedian, walk into a cyber bar. Listen as they discuss, argue, dissect, analyze anything and everything including sex, religion and politricks. They rarely agree on anything, except that, sometimes the only thing that gets you through the week is, a shot of conversation. At Happy Hour you BYOB, but the tea is on us.
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Now displaying: September, 2015
Sep 24, 2015

A lawyer, a host, and a comedian are giving this week’s hot topics an “Opportunity” to be the catalyst for a deeper conversation. This episode they discuss the historical and social significance of Viola Davis being the first African-American woman to win an Emmy for Lead Actress in a Drama Series; why Pope Francis’ visit to the US may mark the Catholic church’s conscious evolution; why Selfies are deadlier than sharks; and why everyone is in love with Taraji P. Henson, Cookie and Empire. If you consider yourself a conversational mixologist, then hit play, until the bartender cuts you off.

Viola Davis Emmy Acceptance Speech

Pope Francis visit the US

Sharks vs Selfies

The "Empire" Effect and why we all love Cookie/Taraji

Sep 17, 2015

A lawyer, a host, and a comedian are giving this week’s hot topics a proverbial “Side-Eye”. This episode they debate why a Muslim teen was arrested for building a clock; whether they like or dislike Facebook's dislike button; why Matt Damon needs to take a diversity training class and who will win versus who should win an Emmy. If you consider yourself a conversational mixologist, then hit play, until the bartender cuts you off.

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Muslim Teen Gets Arrested for Building a Clock – Has America’s Fear Gone Too Far

Facebook Dislike Button

“Matt-Splaining” – Matt Damon Knows More About Diversity Than The Diverse

Emmy Predictions. Who will win

Sep 9, 2015

A lawyer, a host, and a comedian hope this week’s cocktail dismantles “Old Fashioned” ideologies. This episode they discuss whether sexting between minors should be a criminal offense, their views on Damon Wayans’ defending Bill Cosby; the implications of the $6.4 million Freddie Gray Settlement; and whether anyone should be surprised by Caitlyn Jenner’s views on gay marriage. If you consider yourself a conversational mixologist, then hit play, until the bartender cuts you off.

NC Teen jailed for sexting with a minor

Damon Wayans defends Bill Cosby

Freddie Gray’s family awarded $6.4 Million settlement: Freddie Gray’s family awarded $6.4 Million settlement

Caitlyn Jenner's views on gay marriage

Sep 3, 2015

A lawyer, a host, and a comedian are bewildered because sometimes "The Word is Not Enough," but it's all that they have. This episode they discuss the MTV VMA Shenanigans; whether the Bond Author's statement that Idris Elba is "too street" to play Bond is valid or racist; is the Freddie Gray the new test case for Black Lives Matter; and the legal and moral ramifications of a clerk denying a same sex couple a marriage license. If you consider yourself a conversational mixologist, then hit play, until the bartender cuts you off.

MTV VMA recap

James Bond Author Thinks Idris Elba is "Too Street" to play the role Idris' Response to being called "Too Street"

Judge denies motions to dismiss charges, recuse Mosby in Freddie Gray case

Clerk denies marriage license to same sex couple

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