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This is show is so bad I'm waiting for cancellation. Hoping for it. My rating is actually -1, but the website doesn't allow for it. The acting is mediocre and the writing is worse. I like Reagan Gomez from her days in the show Parenthood but she should leave and go to something better. Phil Morris too. The jokes are not funny. The story lines are not good at all. I know that reality TV has taken over almost everything, but we really need to bring back great sitcoms like the ones from the 70s through the Mid-2000s. Shows like Good Times, Amen, The Jeffersons, 227, A Different World, Martin, Living Single, the Bernie Mac show, Girlfriends, the Game, the Steve Harvey Show, The DL Hughley show, Eve, Roc, I could go on and on. Those were real black sitcoms that were great. I know that we are missing people of color in scripted shows from the small screen, but this show is simply not good, plain and simple.
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