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I love Bentley Kyle Evans the producer. He has had success in producing shows for Martin Lawrence and Jamie, Foxx and I was hopeful that he would do the same for this show. Tatyana Ali and Phil Morris who plays her father on the show are good actors, have great comedic timing and star quality. Unfortunately the supporting actors they have cast on show are not as good. They all seem to overact, are not endearing and do not seem to have that star quality that will cause them to grow on you at some point except maybe Alphonso McAuley. I have seen him do good work on the movies Pride, Glory Road and Fat Albert. 1 really had high hopes for this show when I first found out about it but unless they swap out some of the supporting cast, I just don't see it making it. I really do hope they get it together.
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