Race Explained by Trevor’s 10-Year-Old Brother – Between the Scenes | The Daily Show Throwback

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Published on December 26, 2022

“People are like chocolates. You can have a white chocolate, you can have a dark chocolate, you can have a milk chocolate. But it’s all Nestlé.” How Trevor’s 10-year-old brother explained race. #BetweenTheScenes #TDSThrowback #DailyShow #Comedy

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  • Cheryl Robbins 1 year ago

    Wonderful explanation! Kids are the best!

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  • David Muiga 1 year ago

    Trevor will be missed…African giant

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  • Fauler Perfektionist 1 year ago

    I can relate. My parents are both white, so _I’m_ white. My little sister, though, (technically, half-sister) has a father from _Chile._

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  • gorxor 1 year ago

    Saw that BBC interview where the lady tried to nail him for this joke. Saying comparing people to chocolate would be a racial offense.

    Asked myself about the band name hot chocolate then… nobody told these funky dudes that they are racists… at least not back in the days.

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  • DAVE Smith 1 year ago

    The nut didn’t fall far from the tree

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  • Most Likely Sein 1 year ago

    ITS ALL NESTLE

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  • KPepper L 1 year ago

    My youngest sister when she was a little kid said I’m not yellow color, I’m a peach color. I guess someone at school told her to use yellow color to draw herself for some reason.
    I said yup, you are a peach

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  • Jasc Random 1 year ago

    That’s actually a brilliant way of explaining Race to kids.

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