Will Smith Calls Emergency Family Meeting While Jada and Kids Have No Idea What Does It Mean
During Monday's episode of the Facebook Watch's "Red Table Talk," an "emergency red table" was called. In the teaser of the episode, Jada Pinkett Smith who co-hosts the show with her daughter Willow Smith and mother Adrienne Banfield Norris said:
"Will has called an emergency red table. He called the executive producer himself, brought production together to have a mandatory meeting with his family."
The 50-year-old actor can be heard yelling at his two children – 21-year-old Jaden and 18-year-old Willow to be a part of the emergency red table.
Meanwhile, Jada points out that this is not only "a first," but also that the family has "no idea" what the meeting holds for them.
Besides Will's appearance, other expected guests on the show are Chelsea Handler, Alicia Keys, and Robyn Crawford.
Additionally, guests will speak on topics ranging from cultural appropriation and LGBTQ issues to gender equality and addiction.
Previous episodes have addressed cultural appropriation and addiction to "throuple" relationships.
Back in July, "Sex and The City" star Kristin Davis broke down as she talked about adopting her black children at the "Red Table." But Kristin was neither the first nor last person to have an emotional time at the table.
"I love men and women equally, and so I would definitely want one man, one woman. I feel like I could be polyfidelitous with those two people."
Her mother also addressed the issue of cheating and infidelity as regards her relationship with her husband.
Away from the table, Jada had to fight off critics who compared the success of the talk show to that of media mogul Oprah Winfrey.
While reacting, the mother-of-two said:
The new season of the "Red Table Talk" will return on Monday, September 23.
"There's only one Oprah. This is like an evolution; Oprah is her own thing. I think [I'm] in a whole other category. I feel good to be able to create a platform that we can have these conversations that we're having. I feel really honored. I feel like it's something I'm meant to do. So it's a good feeling."