She starts by saying that the minimum requirement of black friends needed to not seem racist has been raised to two, and that the weed man doesn't count.
Lionel Higgins (Tyler James Williams) is a gay black student living in a residence hall with mostly white students.
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The accompanying answer chart categorizes her fellow black students in mystifying slang, amusingly defined.
While Sam sends out aural memos ('Dear White People, your black friend requirement has been upped to two and your drug dealer doesn't count'), Coco Conners (Teyonah Parris, AMC's 'Mad Men') takes to the web in her blue contact lenses incensed that a white woman asked if her hair was 'weaved.' Coco, who aspires to the traditionally rich, white campus house, catches the eye of Sam's ex, Troy Fairbanks (Brandon P.
One can become outraged and tip per the service, show one's magnanimity by considering her low wages and tipping 15% or prove one's superiority by over tipping.
The film isn't as funny as it could be, largely because Simien's tone isn't as fueled by anger as Lee's films, but when he scores, it's often a bullseye.
Take, for example, Lionel's confused reaction to Sam's Tip Test.
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