Quotes From The Facebook Watch Series: Red Table Talk

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In this post, you’ll find quotes collected from the Facebook Watch series: Red Table Talk. I hope you enjoy the quotes collected.


Season/ EpisodeSynopsisEpisode Information

Season 1/ Episode 17 “Learning To Forgive”

Jada’s father, Robsol Pinkett, Jr., is discussed in terms of the issues he left his children, as well as the lessons he bestowed them.

Air Date 12/3/2018
Introduced This Episode
Himself Caleeb Pinkett

Season 1/ Episode 16 “Surviving Divorce With Toni Braxton”

Toni Braxton comes to visit the red table and clears up some things about her divorce, her relationship with Birdman, and related to Adrienne a little bit.

Air Date 11/26/2018
Introduced This Episode
Herself Toni Braxton

Season 1/ Episode 15 “Domestic Abuse: When Love Turns Violent”

Adrienne and her hairstylist lay their burdens down and give us their stories so you can see and understand the signs, signals, and warnings before it is too late.

Air Date 11/19/2018
Introduced This Episode
Herself Crystal
Herself Selena

Season 1/ Episode 14 “The Racial Divide: Women of Color & White Women”

In an episode which brings on the legendary Jane Elliott, Jada, Adrienne, and Willow address the issues Black women have with their faded Black counterparts.

Air Date 11/12/2018
Introduced This Episode
Herself Jane Elliott
Herself Annie Price

Featuring: Jada, Adrienne, Willow, Annie Price, Jane Elliott

Season 1/ Episode 13 “Leah Remini: Setting the Record Straight”

Jada continues to demystify herself and her family as she works through her old ways of thinking head on. This time with Leah Remini.

Air Date 11/5/2018
Introduced This Episode
Herself Leah Remini

Featuring: Leah, Jada

Season 1/ Episode 12 "Our Unique Union (Part 2)"

After building up to what led to them demolishing how their relationship worked, Will and Jada now go into what allows it to function, and flourish, presently.

Air Date 10/29/2018

Season 1/ Episode 1 “Motherhood”

The revived Red Table Talk presents something carefully curated but also raw. For in the maturity of its hosts and first guest, you see the work put into being mature and having grace, yet not feeling the need for a facade.

Network
Facebook
Creator Jada Pinkett Smith
Air Date 5/7/2018
Featuring
Herself Jada Pinkett Smith
Herself Willow Smith
Herself Adrienne Banfield-Jones
Herself Sheree Zampino

Season 1/ Episode 2 “Surviving Loss”

This week on Red Table Talk loss and death are spoken about with special attention to what loss can mean beyond physical death.

Air Date 5/14/2018

Season 1/ Episode 2.5 “Ask Jada Live: Surviving Loss”

In the follow up to Monday’s Red Table Talk, the ladies of the table reiterate the importance of communication alongside knowing thyself.

Air Date 5/16/2018

Season 1/ Episode 3 “Body Confessions”

In this episode, the ladies of the Red Table confess not just their insecurities about their bodies, but also talk about what they love about theirs and each other.

Air Date 5/21/2018

Season 1/ Episode 4 “Girls Trippin'”

For the entire episode, Jada Pinkett-Smith and Gabrielle Union have a heart to heart not just about their issues, but the difficulty of maintaining female friendships, the #MeToo movement, and being wives.

Air Date 5/28/2018
Actors Introduced
Herself Gabrielle Union

Season 1/ Episode 5 “Parenting”

The parenting style of Will and Jada Smith which produced such eccentric children has always been curious and sometimes even controversial. That gets broken down, to a point, this episode.

Air Date 6/4/2018
Actors Introduced
Himself Jaden Smith

Season 1/ Episode 6 “Sex Talk! Personal Stories From Three Generations”

It’s time to talk about sex and while open communication has been encouraging and consistent, there are some road bumps this time around.

Air Date 6/11/2018
Actors Introduced
Herself Telana Lynum

Season 1/ Episode 7 “EJ & Cookie Johnson: Daring To Be Different”

As EJ and Cookie Johnson sit at the red table, the message is essentially that you’ll prepare your child for the world no matter what you do. Better to in love than oppression.

Air Date 6/18/2018
Actors Introduced
Themselves EJ Johnson
Herself Cookie Johnson

Season 1/ Episode 8 “Tiffany Haddish In The House”

Tiffany Haddish comes to sit at the red table and after reintroducing herself, she drops a few new tidbits about herself.

Air Date 6/25/2018
Actors Introduced
Herself Tiffany Haddish

Season 1/ Episode 9 “Cesar Millan: From Illegal Immigrant to American Dream”

Dog behaviorist, Cesar Millan, briefly recaps how and why he came to the United States as well as the importance of his 20+ year friendship with Jada Pinkett-Smith.

Air Date 7/2/2018
Actors Introduced
Himself Cesar Millan

Season 1/ Episode 10 “Facing Addiction: Jada & Adrienne Share Their Family’s Story”

Adrienne and R&B artist August Alsina delve into their experiences with drug addiction and how they found a way to become clean.

Air Date 7/9/2018
Actors Introduced
Himself August Alsina
Herself Ashley Marie

Season 1a – Recap/ Review

In the first half of season 1, Jada Pinkett-Smith revives Red Table Talk and gives us the type of show you wish was in the headlines for more than sensationalized topics.

Network
Facebook Watch
Creator Jada Pinkett Smith
Noted Cast
Herself Jada Pinkett-Smith
Herself Willow Smith
Herself Adrienne Banfield-Jones
Herself Gabrielle Union
Herself Tiffany Haddish
Them self EJ Johnson
Himself Cesar Millan

Season 1/ Episode 11 “Becoming Mr. & Mrs. Smith (Part 1)

So much knowledge is dropped beyond the background of Will and Jada’s marriage that you’ll feel like you are in a master class.

Air Date 10/22/2018
Characters Introduced
Himself Will Smith

Season 1

Episode 1

“Because I did not understand marriage, I did not understand divorce.”


“Expectations will steal the gifts that are sitting right there in front of you.”


Episode 2

Self-Harm makes the pain more tangible, it’s actually visible, something you can see and put your finger on and it becomes real.


Pain motivates you, pain is a motivating factor for you to make a change in your life to do something different.


What I need to keep doing is training my heart and my mind to accept and move with loss.

Episode 4

Gabrielle Union speaking to Jada Pinkett-Smith.

That’s where you were then, thank god you someplace else now.
— “EP 4: Girls Trippin’” Red Table Talk (Jada)


It’s hard, it’s painful, to recognize you are the common denominator for the vast majority of your problems.
— “EP 4: Girls Trippin’” Red Table Talk (Gabrielle)


You have to mourn that death of who you thought you were.
— “EP 4: Girls Trippin’” Red Table Talk (Gabrielle)


Being a victim is also comfortable for everybody else. Because when you take accountability for yourself and your own healing, a lot of people lose a bit of control. It’s easier to control a victim than it is to control a healed, evolved person.
— “EP 4: Girls Trippin’” Red Table Talk (Gabrielle)


I say no! And no used to be so terrifying because no means a boundary and if you put up a boundary, maybe people won’t comeback.
— “EP 4: Girls Trippin’” Red Table Talk (Gabrielle)


Episode 6

[…] the stuff of life is meant to be lived, not analyzed.


Episode 7

What is normal for you, in your natural state, do that.


Episode 9

Cesar Millan's name in the Red Table Talk style.

Poverty makes you strong.


Episode 10

“Sometimes it does take that. It takes something outside of us to give us that hope, to give us, ‘Okay, I wanna reach for that’ You know what I’m saying? In order to get the strength, because guess what? If we had it for ourselves, we wouldn’t even be there!”- Jada


“[…] if someone else can love you that much that it hurts them, why doesn’t it bother you that you’re actually hurting yourself?” – August Alsina


“It’s not what you’re doing, but how you’re with it. Why you’re doing it is my thing. […] It’s the behavior that’s attached to it.” – Jada


Episode 11

I have a thing, I recognize when I see a person, if our relationship can be exponential.
— Will Smith


Episode 12

‘Cause what happened was, our characters were trying to have a relationship, and if you’re going to wear a mask, then the person’s trying to love your mask, right? They’re trying to love the image that you’re presenting, but that’s not what you really need.
— Will


My brokenness created all my discomfort.
— Jada


I used to think that if you don’t need somebody then you can’t love them. […] And if you’re not needed, then you’re not loved. That was a false belief I had.
— Jada


We expect people to love us more than we love ourselves. We expect people to do the work for us.
— Jada


I have to be the thing that I’m asking for and if I can be it, then I can create it.
— Jada


Expectations are the mother of disappointment.
— Will


When people say “love,” they mean it transactionally, right? I love you as long as you do things that make me feel good. If you don’t do the things that make me feel good, or if you, even worse, do something that makes me feel bad, I don’t love you. […] I’m going to disconnect.
— Will


Episode 13

I don’t actually like that [aggressive] side of me. I like the intention behind it, but I don’t like the way I’m coming at it, like a fighter.
— Leah


My therapist, she said, “You’re missing something. You just need to find out what you’re missing.” Just in those moments, just ask yourself or ask the person that’s saying these things or antagonizing you, “I’m sorry, what are we missing here? What do you think I don’t understand?”
— Leah


Episode 14

Prejudice is the emotional commitment to ignorance.
— Adrienne


Put “should-ing” on a shelf. It doesn’t matter what you should do, what matters is what are you going to do?
— Jane Elliot


“In this country, what we call education is actually indoctrination.”
— Jane Elliott


The change was already happening in my mind, but now I’ve gotta change it in how I live.
— Adrienne

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