Nathan leaves the set, unhappy with his stereotypical typecasting, and Danny, Chad... more »
Nathan leaves the set, unhappy with his stereotypical typecasting, and Danny, Chad and Paul follow to heal the wounds, and find out if everybody just can't get along.
Parodying the typecasting and sometimes racialistical overtones of Hollywood's casting process, this sketch serves to lampoon the ignorance of racists in general in addition to providing a social critique of those who would see we human brothers and sisters as anything but beautiful human beings, who all bleed the same red blood, and all have the potential to think independantly no matter our race, creed, border or religion.
Those who would say otherwise are probably trying to sell you something!
From your multiracial friends at FineLine Sketch Comedy