As an African American, I'm can't help but to be a little bit offended by this. Granted, it was funny and I did laugh. I can take a joke and I love comedy. I guess I'm tired of hollywood and the media portraying black women and men in such a manner. That is what really bothers me. And that's not to say that some of us don't act this way, every race has its version of rednecks and niggas. But I'm tired of seeing my people being presented to the world as ignorant and low-class with no manners, and promiscuous and money hungry. If there was a fair amount of positive black women on tv, I wouldn't have so much of a problem with it. But typically when a positive black woman is on tv she's dating or married to a white man. I also understand that it may be entertaining to see black people act stupid and ignorantly. But we are not animals at a zoo or here for your entertainment. Whether you believe it or not, this kind of stuff gives many people their only impression of blacks. This type of stuff only exacerbates stereotypes and racism. I think black people in America had enough of this character assassination with the blaxploitation films in the 70s and the media relentless reporting on black crimes or hostilities from the 80s-90s. Other than that personal sentiment, I actually thought it was pretty funny. But we should all think about some things on a more intellectual level. We Americans have to wake up to a lot of things that are obviously wrong. Perhaps we're lazy and don't want to address real issues. Perhaps we're too politically correct and don't want to talk about things that may cause people to be upset. But we have to wake up in this country. We have a lot of social and political issues that we are not addressing. Our nation is being taken over by corporations and we sit back and plan our next Christmas list. I personally feel that when we finally wake up it will be too late.