TOM JOYNER: Hey Paul, you seen Tarantino’s movie?
PAUL MOONEY: Django?
PAUL MOONEY: I don’t have to go see that. Laughter
SYBIL WILKES: How did we know that?
PAUL MOONEY: I don’t want to see that mess. Have you seen it?
SYBIL WILKES: Jay’s seen it twice.
PAUL MOONEY: You’re kidding?
TOM JOYNER: Sybil seen it three times.
PAUL MOONEY: Does the ending change? Or it’s the same ending?
TOM JOYNER: Same ending.
PAUL MOONEY: I don’t get it, I don’t, I just, I …
TOM JOYNER: They say half of the $77 million that it’s done so far came from black folks.
PAUL MOONEY: Uh-huh?
TOM JOYNER: And the other half came from some really brave white people.
TOM JOYNER: You’re a person who appreciates the N word more than probably anybody, you probably made more money using the N word than anyone. And they, the controversy is that Tarantino uses the N word so much in the movie that some people are saying that he has no right to do that. Like how many times, Sybil, is it?
SYBIL WILKES: Oh, Jay said it’s over a hundred times.
J. ANTHONY BROWN: Oh, yeah. Easily.
PAUL MOONEY: Well, he has a right to use it. He has the right to use it.
SYBIL WILKES: You think so?
PAUL MOONEY: Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He does.
SYBIL WILKES: Oh? Okay.
PAUL MOONEY: Isn’t he a Jew?
SYBIL WILKES: I don’t know what Tarantino is.
PAUL MOONEY: I would think so. I would think so. Wouldn’t you?
PAUL MOONEY: So he has the right to use it.
SYBIL WILKES: I suppose.
PAUL MOONEY: Yeah, he’s a nigger, so he can use it. (LAUGHTER) Did I say that? Oh, I’m so sorry.