Janelle James hangs out with Kim Coles to chat about growing up in Brooklyn, reenacting “Roots” in the high school cafeteria, the grueling audition process for “In Living Color”, how comedy is a superpower, why she hates hot sauce, and whether she’s down for a “Living Single” reboot.
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