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October 09, 2009
Several days after Chris first discussed Good Hair on The Oprah Show, he was back to defend himself against his critics. Some viewers thought Chris had revealed too many secrets about African-American hair, and they feared he had made black women into a punch line.

"My first intent is always to make people laugh, but at the same time, put a little Oprah in there. Put a little information in there ... a little positivity," Chris said. "It's not important what's on top of your head—it's important what's inside of your head. That is the theme of the movie."
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