Kids Say the Darndest Things - Guide

Original Series

Hosted and executive produced by comedic superstar Tiffany Haddish, the hilarious reimagined format showcases a mix of in-studio segments and taped pieces from across the country, all set in front of a live studio audience.

Kids Say the Darndest Things Episode List

Season 2
Episode Date Title Description
8 6/23/2021 Hatchet Man; FBI Junior Agent A group of virtuoso violinists give a jaw dropping performance and Tiffany Haddish talks with kids about about how to make a buck.
7 6/16/2021 Handy Haddish; Dancing With Elephants Twin boys help Tiffany Haddish with a modeling gig and a 9 year old piano player tries to impress her with his amazing talent.
6 6/9/2021 Smell Ya Later; Jitter Bug Kids smell something fishy when Tiffany Haddish invites them to her perfume commercial and she bugs out when an 8-year-old shows off his insect collection
5 6/2/2021 The Not So Late Show; The Kids Testament A 10-year-old and his reptile friends have a “HISS-sterical” time with Tiffany Haddish on The Not So Late Show.
4 5/26/2021 The Biggest Mystery of Life; Like and Subscribe Tiffany Haddish jams out with a very talented group of quadruplets known as the “Quad Squad” and chats with some kids who have big dreams
3 5/19/2021 World’s Oldest Third Grader; Sugar Rush Tiffany Haddish helps an 8-year-old with big dreams achieve his Hollywood ending, and two sisters rock Tiffany’s world when they discuss outer space.
2 5/12/2021 Love Chat; Double Trouble Tiffany and a wise 8-year-old dish out relationship advice. Tiffany also teams up with Cedric The Entertainer to cause double the trouble when they chat with identical twins.
1 5/5/2021 “Wigging Out”; “The Kids Price is Always Right” Tiffany Haddish finds kids “wigging” out when they realize one of her wigs on a shelf can communicate only with them. Plus, Tiffany and the kids make a special visit to the iconic CBS game show THE PRICE IS RIGHT where they take turns playing some fun pricing games with host Drew Carey.
Season 1
Episode Date Title Description
12 1/19/2020 My Work is Done Host Tiffany Haddish takes a look back at some of the most LOL moments of the season. Also, 7-year-old aspiring FBI agent Clark gets a crash course in forensic science, interrogation, handcuffing and more at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, on the season finale of “Kids Say the Darndest Things.”
11 1/12/2020 A Thousand Thumbs Up! “A Thousand Thumbs Up!” – This week, Brooklyn’s youngest and toughest food critic goes on a culinary adventure at a Michelin star-rated restaurant; a group of kids break down the best way to eat pizza; and Tiffany goes toe-to-toe with a young chess player. Later, an aspiring entomologist shows off her cockroach collection, and a virtual assistant named Tiff stirs up trouble with some rebellious young boys.
10 1/5/2020 She’s Totally Not Ready This week, Tiffany chats with a panel of sassy girls who give advice on dealing with boys, stuns a brilliant boy with her illogical ideas about traveling to the sun, and plays catch with an 8-year-old who happens to be the only girl on her baseball team. Later, a 10-year-old who poses as Tiffany is forced to make some tough business decisions on her behalf.
9 12/22/2019 Santa’s Got a Six Pack On a special holiday episode, Tiffany chats with kids about their favorite holiday traditions. Later, Tiffany plays Santa’s helper to find out who is on the “nice list” and celebrates an 8-year-old magician who proves that big tricks can come in small packages.
8 12/8/2019 Could I have a $20, Dad? This week, we meet some adorable kids who discuss the pros and cons of having siblings, an 11-year-old aerialist phenom and some youngsters who are tasked with keeping an extremely exhausted Tiffany awake. Additionally, Tiffany is on carpool duty and finds herself in a precarious situation with the police.
7 11/17/2019 Turkey in Space In a special Thanksgiving-themed episode, Tiffany shares her favorite Turkey Day traditions and films an infomercial for “Gobble Gobble Wrapping Paper” with kids who frantically gift wrap everything from Thanksgiving leftovers to a live turkey. Later, Tiffany and an 8-year-old girl pitch movie ideas to her big shot Hollywood director friend Jack McBrayer.
6 11/10/2019 You’ve Been Lying to Your Momma? Kids come in all shapes, sizes and ages. This week, we meet some kids with slick dance moves, a germaphobe, a child whose age fluctuates according to the price of a kid’s meal and a 10-year-old college student. Later, Tiffany meets a senior citizen who says the darndest things.
5 11/3/2019 Marriage Seems Like a Huge Commitment A couple of youngsters fall in love at first sight; young string instrument virtuosos wow the crowd with a lively performance. Also: a 9-year-old aspiring talk-show host.
4 10/27/2019 Stick It to ‘Em A pair of tight-lipped siblings; a pianist from Okinawa, Japan; and a trio of girls who give Tiffany tips about what to look for in a boyfriend. Also: budding comedian Evan returns to share some breaking news with Kevin Frazier (“Entertainment Tonight”).
3 10/20/2019 Dad, plug your ears! This week’s extraordinary kids include an 11-year-old aspiring comedian who tries to take Tiffany’s job, a 9-year-old yodeler and a fast-talking energetic 7-year-old. Later, Tiffany asks an 11-year-old to fire someone on her staff (guest star Rob Huebel); takes a group of kids on a tour of her latest art installation, “She Art, By Tiffany Haddish”; and meets some kids from Harlem who teach her how to double dutch, east coast style.
2 10/13/2019 Taylor Swift is My Friend Kids these days are mature beyond their years. This week, we meet a 3-year-old makeup artist, a 7-year-old with his own ball-cleaning business and a 10-year-old who helps Tiffany make nice with her ex-boyfriend. Over drinks in New York City, a trio of Shirley Temple-sipping girls give Tiffany advice about reconciling with an estranged friend, and the three Taylor Swift superfans from episode one are treated to the biggest surprise of their lives.
1 10/6/2019 You’re Famous, But You Ain’t All That The premiere episode’s first guests include a panel of future rock princesses that question her friendship with one of their favorite musicians, two 6-year-olds discuss all the weird things grown-ups do and a musical prodigy that has Tiffany singing the blues. Later, Tiffany convinces some kids to film a commercial for her fake product, She Ready Dessert Ketchup.

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