Jonathan Braylock is an actor, writer, and comedian who hosts the podcast Black Men Can’t Jump.
January 15, 2020
Medical Police week continues on Comedy Bang! Bang! Medical Police stars Rob Huebel and Erinn Hayes join Scott to talk about the craft of acting, who’s number one on the call sheet, and suspicious doctor names. Then, farmer George Washington Carver stops by to discuss some of the 300 uses he created with the peanut. Later, custodian/aspiring rapper Lusciously drops by for a job interview. Plus, Marcus Tanner of the CBAACB (Coalition of Black Actors Against Chadwick Boseman) stops by.
January 14, 2020
We’re back, baby! Tawny and Andrew sit down with Keisha Zollar and Jonathan Braylock of Netflix’s Astronomy Club to answer listener voicemails about what to do with a playlist called, “Songs That Excite White People” and and white people’s unending curiosity about black hair. Plus, Andrew Ti finally gets to go off about Andrew Yang on the pod. Need help solving racism? Leave us a voicemail: 323-389-RACE.
January 1, 2020
Jonathan Braylock and James III of Astronomy Club join Lisa Gilroy and Matt Besser for this week’s improv4humans! They’ll perform scenes about a friend with an Aladdin kick, taking bites from a candy house, and doodling for catfish. Plus, special interviews with Arkansas Razorbacks coach Eric Musselman and famed Florida Gator Man Robby Stratton.
Check out Astronomy Club: The Sketch Show streaming now on Netflix.
December 2, 2019
What’s good Con-gregation! Thanks to you Scam Goddess is catching that SHINE, scamming our way into Spotify Pick of the Year! What better to celebrate than with our hilarious friend Jonathan Braylock (Astronomy Club on Netflix December 6th!) as we uncover a legend from the birthplace of fraud, Nigeria’s own Emmanuel Nwude!
Research Assistant: Sharilyn Vera
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August 18, 2016
This week, Kevin is joined by two of the hosts of the podcast Black Men Can’t Jump, Jonathan Braylock and Jerah Milligan. They discuss making early connections at the Upright Citizens Brigade, the mission statement of their podcast, and why you should never trust a happy Denzel. Then they pick apart the 1996 romantic comedy “The Preacher’s Wife,” evaluating the place of religion in the film and praising Denzel’s angelic performance. Lastly, Jonathan and Jerah count down their Top 5 Denzel Movies before explaining why Denzel is one of the few black actors to get the “swirls.”
This episode is sponsored by Blue Apron.