Tuesday, August 13, 2013

THE SUPREMES 'NEW WAYS BUT LOVE STAYS' LIVE MEDLEY + COMEDY SKIT WITH FLIP WILSON [1971]

Jean Terrell, Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong of The Supremes in 1971, performing a live medley of "It's Time To Break Down" and "Stoned Love", both from their 1970 LP New Ways But Love Stays ("Stoned Love" being a #1 hit, later featured on the Forrest Gump soundtrack).

Followed by a comedy skit with Flip Wilson.  I always thought of Jean Terrell as an all-around conservative kinda girl (attire, personality), so it was a treat seeing her having a good time as the newest member of The Supremes.

Too bad there's not many comedian's like Flip Wilson around anymore - and f*ck so-called "comedian's" like Carlos Mencia - the German who thinks he's a Mexican! LOL!!!  THAT MF'er could put me to sleep faster than watching GOLF or TENNIS on TV!  I'd rather eat dirt than watch his fat, lame ass bouncing around all over the stage, hollering insults about every possible person or thing on the planet - when ALL he's doing is insulting his own damn self, like the idiot hack and plagiarizer he's been since I first heard his big, annoying mouth.

THAT thing isn't entertaining.....at all.

OSTRICH RACING - now THAT'S fun entertainment!  But not Mencia!

(VHS transfer:)

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NOW!!!  I'm VERY entertained!!