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Friday, April 24, 2015

ACKEE & SALTFISH Episode 3
The Carpet Store

I like these two, Olivia and Rachel. The first episode cracked me up. This is getting to be my Saturday Morning thing--Just seeing what they are up to for five minutes. This episode felt so familiar. Made me feel like the silly-free version of black people are the same everywhere



In this episode, Olivia and Rachel escape the rain by ducking into a carpet store. Then they proceed to make themselves a little too much at home.