Readers of my memoir, ALL I COULD BARE, know that I was once a regular on a kids' TV show in D.C. As I wrote in the book:
"When I was in junior high, I became a regular on The Sunshine Store, a children’s TV show on the local NBC affiliate. I played the friendly neighborhood black kid who came in the store and learned life lessons from the middle-aged white store owner. In that way, the premise was similar to Diff’rent Strokes or Webster except I didn’t get adopted."
Well, here's actual--and completely mortifying video from the show.