Tika Sumpter and Mark-Paul Gosselaar talk about new season of ‘Mixed-ish’

The two stars are back for the new season of the show, which uses humor to tackle issues on race, family and identity.
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Transcript for Tika Sumpter and Mark-Paul Gosselaar talk about new season of ‘Mixed-ish’
- Grubhub. - Grub what you love. We're back now with mixed-ish the black-ish prequel. Using humor to tackle issues of race, family. We'll talk to two of the stars in just a moment. But first, a sneak peek of the premiere episode. It's important you have pride in who we are. We'll start teaching you about black heritage. I don't any lessons. I'm the blackest person in the family, watch me walk. She's right, she walk black. She walk black. That didn't just happen. We were all laughing. Tika sumpter and mark-paul gosselaar. It's pretty cool we have this show set in the '80s and yet we're still dealing with at will of the same issues and tika, I want to ask you this, last week watching that historic inauguration what was your reaction witnessing the vice president there being sworn in to office? Oh, my gosh. It gave me such hope but also I feel like it opened up the future for a massive amount of little girls who dream and it felt like a sense of change was happening and just for, like you said, the first black woman, Asian American woman to be the vice president of the united States of America, just gave me a sense of, yeah, hopefulness and the fact that, you know, for the show, I'm the first black partner at my husband's -- my father in law's firm, it's really cool to see how it matches up with real life and "Mixed-ish." Mark-paul, a lot of dancing this season, who's got the best moves on set? I do. No, I'm kidding. Let's have a dance-off. You know, I think like Erica and the kids are definitely -- they follow that thing called tiktok. Have you heard of it? There's a lot of tiktok challenge dance-offs, I give that one to Erica on our show. It's a great cast, guys. Congratulations, winning "Family feud" as you all did. That was a life-long dream. Was there an MVP on the team? Erica. I mean, it's just the two of us. You. Okay, thank you. I think we all did a really good job. And we were on it. We were on it. We were so nervous. The pressure. Steve Harvey is great host, but I think, again, if Erica was here for it, I'd give her the hat, she did a great job but since I'm here I'll take it. Mark-paul, you were actually visiting another, well, another reboot of a show that we all know and love, another TV family, "Saved by the bell." What was it like walking in Zach Morrison's shoes once again? Had a little help with a wig this time. Didn't have to dye the hair, that was nice. It was great, actually. The reboot, did an unbelievable job. So proud to be a part of that project. I want to come back next season for season 3 of "Mixed-ish" so fingers crossed. You certainly made us laugh. Can't wait to see season 2. Thank you for being with us. Thank you guys. Season 2 of mixed-ish premiers tomorrow night. Come back any time. We'll be right back.

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