Danny Richardson wraps up his conversation with Branden Carr as they discuss what they would do if they saw a UFO, the fear of looking out a window at night, lottery backup plans, wrestling talk, and they go in-depth about their love for their bulldogs! All this and more in the final installment of this interview!
Danny Richardson continues his conversation with Branden Carr as they discuss Branden’s controversial Facebook post, the banning of the confederate flag, the General Lee getting a pass, southern pride, religious views, the scope of the universe, and their likely survival rate during an actual zombie apocalypse! All this and more in part three of this interview!
Danny Richardson continues his conversation with Branden Carr as they discuss Branden’s latest venture now that he’s done with MMA, Danny’s wrestling stories, secrets to being a good referee, Michael Hyde, Branden’s upcoming wedding, a potential meetup with Debo in Bakersfield, and Danny abusing the open bar! All this and more in part two of this interview!
Danny Richardson sits down with Branden Carr to check in and see what is new in his life as they talk about Branden’s scheduled MMA fight, CPT, Sonic as an underrated fast food restaurant, a bad Jack In the Box experience, Branden’s bad friend, the fall of Ken Shamrock, and people that just can’t help but lie! All this and more in just part one of this interview!
Join us for the sixth edition of MBF Sideshows! This edition includes some audio that was recorded before episode 29 where Debo and Danny are preparing to record and get into a discussion about the Mighty Ducks movies and an infamous quote from Danny about country music. Also included, is from before episode 84 where Danny and Debo discuss their kids and Debo offers up the worst name suggestion, and then some never before heard audio from episode 31 where they speak to Paul Houghton for the very first time.
Join us for the fifth edition of MBF Sideshows! This edition includes several pieces of audio that were recorded before episode 24 that include Debo and Danny discussing why Danny keeps his wife in silenced, Debo warning Danny against Nelson Mandela jokes, a never before heard story from the Black Circus, and Debo makes strange noises. Also, audio from before episode 27 where Danny talks about being busy while Debo talks about his love of black ass, audio from before episode 28 where Danny and Debo discuss wanting to interview Danny’s stripper friend, and then we wrap it up with audio that was recorded after episode 26 where Danny relives a story from his Christmas past.
Join us for the fourth edition of MBF Sideshows! This edition includes some audio that was recorded before episode 22 where Debo and Danny debate over the ranking of Kit Kat as a top 10 candy bar, a clip that was removed from episode 75 due to time constraints, where Danny and Debo decide if they’re thankful for the new Samsung Note 4, audio from before episode 22 where Debo offers to help Danny hide a body, post show audio from episode 23 where Danny and Debo discuss The Mighty Ducks and Queen, more audio from before episode 22 with Debo still pushing the Kit Kat agenda, and then back to post episode 23 with some talk about Don Lemon and Bill Cosby.
Join us for the third edition of MBF Sideshows! This edition includes a clip that was removed from episode 59 due to time constraints, where we get to talk about wrestling, some audio recorded prior to episode 21 where Danny complains about someone’s Facebook posts, another clip from before episode 21 where Debo and Danny compare calves, audio from after episode 60 where Debo, Danny, and Branden talk about eating poop flavored ice cream, and then a clip from before episode 22 that begins with Power Ranger talk and ends with Debo declaring his love for dick!
Join us for this first edition of MBF Sideshows! This edition includes a clip that was recorded prior to Episode 49 of My Black Friend. The clip begins as Danny is attempting to talk to Debo about Iggy Azalea but quickly turns into a heated debate as Debo attempts to argue that Chris Brown was justified in his actions against Rihanna.