American SoulS1 I Was a "Soul Train" Dancer: Cheryl Song
After making a name for herself as the first non-black dancer on "Soul Train," Cheryl Song credits the show for allowing her to work with Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie.
American SoulS1 I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Reginald T. Thornton
After sneaking his way onto the Soul Train set, Reginald T. Thornton became a regular with a funky look and original moves.
American SoulS1 I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Derek "Foxtails" Fleming
To set himself apart from the other Soul Train dancers, Derek "Foxtails" Fleming started sporting what would become his trademark foxtail accessories.
American SoulS1 Soul Style with the Costume Designers of American Soul
Costume designers Rita McGhee and Alita Bailey share their inspirations behind the various costumes they chose for the stars of American Soul.
American SoulS1 I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Charles Washington
Charles Washington talks about parlaying his time as a street dancer in Compton, CA, into a career on Soul Train.
American SoulS1 I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Sheila "The Diva" Lewis
With her over-the-top outfits, Sheila "The Diva" Lewis became known for more than just dancing abilities on Soul Train.
American SoulS1 I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Monique "Mo Que" Chambers
With her signature moves and unique style, choreographer Monique "Mo Que" Chambers found her voice as a dancer on "Soul Train."
American SoulS1 I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Adolfo "Shabba Doo" Quinones
After making the move from Chicago to L.A. with "Soul Train," Adolfo "Shabba Doo" Quinones co-founded the legendary dance troupe The Lockers and became a Hollywood staple.
American SoulS2 I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Vivica A. Fox
Actress Vivica A. Fox discusses her time as a Soul Train dancer from 1982 to 1983, Don Cornelius's legacy and her brother's reaction to seeing her on the show.
American SoulS2 I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Affion Crockett
Affion Crockett came out to L.A. to become an actor and comedian, so when Soul Train gave him a shot as a dancer, he found a way to showcase his sense of humor.
American SoulS2 E1The Kick-Back Couch - 1975
The group reacts to Don's health problems and his rocky relationship with Delores, Simone's dangerous encounter and Gerald's past coming into play.
American SoulS2 E2I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Evette Moss-Terry
Evette Moss-Terry reflects on her dance partner Junior, her Soul Train nickname, how she created her outfits and her most memorable moment as a dancer from 1980 to 1990.
American SoulS2 E2The Kick-Back Couch - Fame
The group implements a stab counter, drops some knowledge about The Lockers dance troupe, marvels at JT's transformation and reacts to Don's questionable tryst.
American SoulS2 I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Robi Reed
Casting director and producer Robi Reed looks back at her time on Soul Train from 1974 to 1979, including the show's fashion rules and Labelle's iconic performance.
American SoulS2 E3The Kick-Back Couch - Satisfaction
The panel weighs in on The Pointer Sisters' appearance on "Soul Train," Don's reluctance to hire a publicist, unusual headache remedies and young, dishonest autograph seekers.
American SoulS2 E4The Kick-Back Couch - Lovely Day
The viewers discuss DC Young Fly's portrayal of Sly Stone, react to JT being in too deep with Gerald and praise Elton John.
American SoulS2 I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Juliette Hagerman
Chicago native Juliette Hagerman recalls how sneaking on set led to a nine-year career as a "Soul Train" dancer and remembers her signature look that celebrities still wear.
American SoulS2 E5The Kick-Back Couch - Say You Love Me
The crew watches episode five of Season 2 and shares their thoughts on James Brown's speaking voice, getting paid in chicken, ethical business practices and more.
American SoulS2 I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Nieci Payne Jenkins
Nieci Payne Jenkins recalls dancing on Soul Train as a UCLA student, the fringe benefits of being a dancer and the outfit that caught Don Cornelius's eye.
American SoulS2 E6The Kick-Back Couch - Low Rider
The group reacts to the raid at club, Ruby's interference, Simone coming through for JT, and Don and Gerald's surprising alliance.
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