Mom: Don’t you have a job interview on Monday?
Daysha: Yeah, I do.
Mom: Aren’t you going to straighten your hair?
Daysha: Mom, can we not do this today?
Mom: What kind of job do you…
Speaker 3: Hey, sorry I’m late. My hair was so nappy this morning.
Speaker 4: Hey Jody, you met Tracy?
Jody: No, I don’t think so.
Speaker 4: Yeah, she’s got that wild and crazy hair I was telling you about.
Mom: I really don’t think they’re going to be hiring you with your hair looking all wild like that.
Speaker 6: Do you know who you look like? Solange!
Mom: You know, I remember back in my day, you couldn’t even walk into a—
Speaker 7: (Speaking to Tracy, whose hair is pulled back) Oh my God, did you cut your hair?
Speaker 3: I love this new like black Bohemian hipster thing you’ve been doing with your Afro.
Speaker 6: No, no, no, no, Macy Gray!
Mom: I know you’re into this natural movement and you’re all into this radical, revolutionary stuff.
Speaker 3: It’s so trendy.
Mom: Who do you think you are, Angela Davis?
Speaker 6: No, no, Foxy Cleopatra. Shazam! (Snaps fingers in a Z motion)
Speaker 3: So have you ever straightened your hair before?
Speaker 4: Do you wash your hair?
Speaker 3: I think it’d look really cute on you.
Speaker 7: Can I touch?
Speaker 3: Your hair looks so different every time I see you.
Speaker 7: Please?
Speaker 7: Can I please touch?
Mom: Can you even get a comb through this bush?
Speaker 3: I don’t even know if it’s you half the time.
Tracy: You just, you don’t look at my face?
Daysha: See, you running your hands through it is messing up …
Mom: Running? You think I’m running my hands through this?
Speaker 3: It’s so crazy every time.
Speaker 7: It looks like a pillow.
Mom: Can’t even walk through your hair, skip, nothing.
Speaker 7: I want to sleep in it.
Speaker 3: It’s confusing for me.
Speaker 7: (Leaning his head in towards Tracy, trying to touch her hair) Oh, hey!
Mom: I just don’t understand why you stopped perming your hair. You looked so good with your hair permed.
Speaker 8: (Peeling a clementine) I’ve never really been a clementine guy before.
Speaker 4: It’s just so unique and exotic. (Speaker 8 shakes their head at Speaker 4). What? It’s so voluminous and rich and…
Speaker 8: Yeah, I wouldn’t…
Speaker 4: And just tall.
Speaker 8: I’d stop. I would just stop.
Speaker 6: Tracy, your hair is so big and wild like a lion, you know? (Holds up a small box above his head and starts singing made up words to the tune at the beginning of The Lion King song “Circle of Life.”)