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 Kickback 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 Kickback Couch - Satisfaction
The "Soul" panel weighs in on The Pointer Sisters' guest appearance, Don's reluctance to hire a publicist, unusual headache remedies and young dishonest autograph seekers.
American SoulS2 E4The Kickback 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 Kickback 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 Kickback 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.
American SoulS2 E7The Kickback Couch - Love Will Keep Us Together
The group starts counting stabs and reacts to Gerald's shady behavior, Simone and JT's precarious relationship, Don defending his son and Ruby's revenge.
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