Stars of 'Black-ish' talk about their upcoming episode

Tracee Ellis Ross, Anthony Anderson, Laurence Fishburne, Marcus Scribner, Marsai Martin and Miles Brown spill secrets from the set of their hit show.
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Right now we're excited about something else. We get to hang out with the incredible cast of ABC's hit show "Black-ish" in times square this morning. We've got the crew, we got Anthony Anderson, Laurence Fishburne, Tracee Ellis Ross, miles brown, Marcus Scribner and marsai martin. Welcome to you all. Now, it's good to see you all and you all have been working for awhile. You all tell me, I'm going to ask you a question. Tell me the first person that comes to mind. Who is most likely to break character in a scene? Wow. Okay. These two. This one. I would say these two. Yeah. Those two. Is there this one because he never knows his lines. Who is the first person on Not me. Not me. Laurence. Definitely Laurence. Laurence shows up on a Tuesday if the call time is Wednesday. I'm guessing we might know the answer to this one, sorry, always last to be ready. Oh, that's not me. That's not you. Oh! Finally Anthony. It takes time to get in my man spanx, sorry. Thank you for that image. I appreciate that so much. Images of Anthony in a hair and makeup trailer. Gloves on his hands, oh, yeah. Anthony is -- I've learned from you, Tracee Ellis Ross. I get my beauty regimen. Anthony and I take the same amount of time in hair and makeup. This is why this works. You continental make this stuff up. The chemistry is so real on screen and off. Talk about how it is working with one another. Most rewarding job I've ever had. Best cast I've ever worked with. Yes. Yeah. It gets no better than what we've all been doing for the last six years. Yeah, that's all I can say about everybody here? One of the greatest things for us, I can say I think is watching these young people grow up in front of us and they've become wonderful, wonderful -- they were wonderful kids to start with but now they're young adults and they've become really wonderful young adults and we're very proud of them. Now, to that point, marsai, you're 15 now. I'm 15. You'll be getting a driver's license when you're 16. Yes. Now, how close you are, there's a promise of a -- no, a birthday gift of a car from this is that real? Is that happening? No one thinks that's real. It is real but it wasn't supposed to be made public to the world. If that is the case I demand a car as well. It was our secret. It was a promise to me. If that's the case I would like a car too. You get a car. You get a car. You get a car. You get a car. I knew that was coming. You knew that was coming. Last time you were here, I said to you, oh, you know, I used to love to watch "Girlfriends" and I had no idea about the reunion -- It was a secret. What was that like getting back together. It was surreal in all honesty. It was like we were merging and most of my scenes were with the cast and not with Anthony. Am I Joan, am I -- but it was amazing. It was like no time had passed. The chemistry was still there. It was a great episode about feminism and the intersection of black feminism and white feminism and it was fantastic. But marsai, Marcus and miles, were you familiar with "Girlfriends." You were born the year it premiered. Giving it context. You all -- were you familiar with -- Yeah. Oh, yeah. I know. I remember going into the audition and I was like, oh, Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross from "Girlfriends" so that was one of the driving factors. Ah, look at that. Yeah, yeah. Big ups. For real. Let's show a clip for tomorrow's episode. Your character, jack, now this, is really a stretch because you are a baller. I know. Some people know. Some people know but like I got to get it out there that this is not real life, y'all. This is not -- this is not -- this is fiction. Okay. This is fiction. You'll understand when you see this clip right here. Everything started out great. But then it all fell apart. Ooh. Got to watch out there, little buddy. Oh. We can't act all that surprised he got cut. They have a monster basketball program and let's face it jack is, you know, he's small for his age. Jack is not small. I was his age when I was 9. Jack is 13. Damn, he's doomed. He's doomed. You can play ball -- I've been playing since I was 3 years old, yeah and it's like, you know, it's my favorite sport but -- oh, look, they actually got the picture. Ah. So was it tough to play the role of being cut? I mean, I wouldn't say it was tough but it was just different because like I had to get into the mode of being sad that I got cut from the basketball team when normally that's not the case so like -- so like, you know -- It's okay. It's okay. So like basketball is my favorite sport and been playing since -- forever. I can say I'm decent at the game. He's pretty good. I'm pretty good. That was probably -- proves probably some of your best acting. You had to act like you couldn't play basketball. Congratulations. Yeah, yeah. What other -- can we expect another cast reunion of some kind? Would you like to see one in particular? Ooh. Ooh. Ooh. I don't know. I would like to see the cast reunion of "Pee wee's playhouse." Can you imagine. If that came on "Black-ish." Oh, my god. You be the mail lady. That's crazy. You all bring it each and every time and doing other projects as well. Can't wait to see you back on Broadway. Laurence Fishburne, that's going to be great. That's going to be great. Thank you. And thank you all. Thank you, thank you. Thank you. Give your love to your mom. I will. Did she really take some of those emmys home. No, she tried to. They got a thing called Emmy security. You can watch "Black-ish" Tuesday nights 9:30 eastern right here on ABC.

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