Truth is, we're intrigued when women get together and converse. But while topics are sure to include the latest pedicure paradise and OB-GYN horror stories, we can't help but imagine talks of consensual foursomes (three girls, of course) and NBA salary cap debates popping up. And that's why morning-TV coffee klatsch The View is a snooze. Barbara Walters and her gals lack caffeine-powered topics. Playing executive producers, KING dismissed boring Barb and her crew and cranked up this show, Maury Povich-style. So grab your mag and listen to your new Hollywood - and television - seasoned co-hosts, Tamala Jones, Angell Conwell, Lanisha Cole, and Tae Heckard, chop it up. They're about to offer you a view to a thrill.

Tae Heckard
CRUSADE: THE ENVIRONMENT
"Recently I heard a comment that the world would end environmentally in like 90 years. It's just crazy. But hopefully, it doesn't happen—or I'll be dead and gone. I do recycle, I recycle everything, and I drive a car with good mileage. I try my best.”


Angell Conwell
CRUSADE: HEZBOLLAH KIDNAPPING ISRAELI SOLIDERS AND NORTH KOREA'S MISSILE TESTS

"Everybody is so violent nowadays! I mean, people kidnapping grown people. You don't have to be a kid to be kidnapped these days! It's crazy. And everybody's worried about global warming. What about the global missiles that North Korea's creating?”

Lanisha Cole
CRUSADE: THE WAR IN IRAQ

"I do like the fact that there are people who are willing to stand up and fight for their country, but at the same time I don't agree with killing innocent people, people who have nothing to do with any of that stuff. Families are being torn apart, and there are bodies in the street, and it's just not cool. Not cool.”
Tamala Jones
CRUSADE: THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION

"Why can't we pick up some stones like they do in Israel and Saudi Arabia, and just throw ‘em at the nigga?! Meanwhile, the only sister that we have running the country is fucking Condoleeza Rice. I say what Dave Chappelle said—send her down to the Mexicans.”

Continue reading this story in the October ‘06 issue of KING (#36)