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RED TABLE TALK on Relationships & COVID-19 with Pastor John Gray and Wife Aventer / WATCH

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*A new Red Table Talk on relationships during quarantine is now available on Facebook Watch.

In the episode, Jada, Willow and Gammy chat with renowned intimacy expert (and personal counselor to Jada and Will) Michaela Boehm as she shares practical tools to help relationships last, and famed Pastor John Gray and his wife Aventer share how isolation has them questioning their marriage and family dynamic.

Red Table Talk has emerged as the go-to place for real discussions on topics that matter most— and right now, the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting everyone. Join the conversation in the show’s dedicated Red Table Talk Facebook Group, where members discuss timely topics and encourage one another.

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Man Charged After Forcefully Exhaling on Women Outside Trump Golf Club (Watch)

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Raymond Deskins, 61, forcefully breathes on two women outside Trump’s Va. golf course on Nov. 21, 2020

*A man seen forcefully exhaling his nasty cooties on two women outside President Donald Trump’s Virginia golf course amid the coronavirus pandemic has been charged with assault.

Raymond Deskins, 61, was charged with misdemeanor assault after a private citizen obtained a warrant through a county magistrate, the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office said Sunday.

Video of the incident, which went viral over the weekend, shows Deskins heaving his breath on two unidentified women after one of them asks him to get away and points out that he’s not wearing a mask.

“That’s assault” one of the women said afterwards.

“I breathed on you,” Deskins replied.

Virginia mandates masks be worn in certain locations to stop the spread of the coronavirus, but they are not required to be worn outside.

The altercation happened Saturday outside Trump National Golf Club as the president was playing inside. Protestors and supporters regularly gather outside the club’s entrance when he plays.

Deskin was wearing a Trump shirt and an inflatable pool tube with Trump’s likeness on it around his waist.

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After Getting ‘That Catheter Out, I Was Feeling Good’: Al Roker Back on ‘Today’ After Cancer Surgery (Watch)

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*Al Roker made his return to “Today” Monday for his first appearance since Nov. 6, when he revealed that he’d been diagnosed with prostate cancer.

“Great medical care and the love of friends and family, it goes a long way,” the weatherman said at the beginning of the show.

Co-hosts Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie told Al he’s never looked better.

“Actually I was hoping I looked a little better,” Al joked.

The 66-year-old underwent a five-hour surgery at New York City’s Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center on Nov. 9 to remove his prostate along with some surrounding tissue and lymph nodes. He spoke Monday about his strong support system.

“A lot of love from my family, Deborah and Nick and Leila and Courtney, and a lot of you, and all of you here, just really took care of me,” he said.

His trademark sense of humor clearly made it through the surgery intact.

“I feel good, I really do,” he said. “Look, after the first week when you get that catheter out, I was feeling good!”

Watch Roker’s “Today” return below:

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Again, ‘A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving’ Viewers Troubled Over Franklin Seated in Lawn Chair By Himself at Table (Video)

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Why is Franklin seated by himself in the only lawn chair in “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving?” 

*While Thanksgiving may look a little different this year due to COVID-19, the tradition of “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” and its problematic scene involving the cartoon’s lone Black character continues on.

After Apple signed a deal to broadcast all Charlie Brown holiday specials exclusively on AppleTV+, the company allowed PBS to air the Thanksgiving special so that all families can watch for free. As in previous years, some viewers, again, were disturbed regarding the treatment of Franklin.

In “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving,” the Peanuts gang gathers for an impromptu holiday meal after Peppermint Patty invites herself and others to Charlie Brown and Sally’s house for the holiday. The pair decides to have two Thanksgivings — one with their friends and then their planned feast with their grandmother. The”friendsgiving” is organized by Linus, Woodstock, and Snoopy who piece together a last minute, yet heartwarming meal. But the seating arrangement is also hastily arranged, and Franklin – the gang’s only Black friend, ends up not only seated by himself at the table opposite of all his white friends, but also on the only lawn chair.

The scene, to some, shows racial bias and, as it does every year, has prompted strong reaction on social media. Here’s “The Real’s” Loni Love in 2018 explaining the controversy and the reaction of Charlie Brown creator Charles Schulz to allegations that the scene is racist.

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