The first episode of season two of the satirical web series Black Folk Don’t debuted today. “Black Folk Don’t Swim” is a funny examination of the idea that African-Americans are “naturally opposed” to dipping in waters. The episode takes place in New Orleans and MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry and cultural critic Toure are interviewed among some of the city’s Black residents. Black Folk Don’t is the creation of Angela Tucker and the show started last year. Season 1 and Season 2 can be viewed at the Black Folk Don’t site as well as BlackPublicMedia.org, Vimeo, BlipTV and PBS.org.