Subtitles Insecure S01E03 : Racist as F**k

Season 01 , Episode 03 – “Racist as F**k”

Issa and Lawrence try to move past their issues at home, as she deals with her colleagues’ doubts and he gets a reality check from a head hunter. Molly introduces Jared to her friends, and later struggles to give words of wisdom to a new summer associate at work.

Get a look at the friendship, experiences and tribulations of two black women.


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