'Do The Right Thing' Features Irritating White People In Jimmy Kimmel Sequel

When a neighborhood goes to kale.
Spike Lee's 1989 film "Do the Right Thing" brilliantly captured a slice of life in Brooklyn. But "Jimmy Kimmel Live" decided that a sequel would have to go in a different direction to reflect the gentrification of the New York City borough.
We have a feeling that even Spike would laugh at this sendup -- and then rise up against hipster tension.
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