Comedienne Sheryl Underwood visited the The Breakfast Club and gave one of the more longwinded interviews in recent memory. All in good fun of course. Underwood spoke on her gig on the cast of the CBS show ‘The Talk’ and how it has positively effected her career. The most tense moment of the segment came when she discussed where her issues with fellow comedienne Sommore stem from, whom was featured on The Breakfast Club some days prior. Though she explained her side of the story, she did go on to lament that black female comediennes can accomplish more working together rather than separately. As with everyone in the comedy world, Underwood was asked about her thoughts on the Bill Cosby rape allegations, and said that the court of public opinion convicts people before all facts are presented. Jokes were put aside when Sheryl gave her thoughts on the civil unrest that has been occurring in the nation and what steps she thinks should be taken to resolve these issues.