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FUBU 

A flashback to Earn and Al's adolescence, where the authenticity of Earn's shirt is embarrassingly called into question at school.

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Donald Glover

Writers:

Stephen Glover, Donald Glover (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Myra Lucretia Taylor Myra Lucretia Taylor ... Earn's Mother
Alkoya Brunson ... Young Earn
Abraham Clinkscales ... Young Alfred
Myles Truitt ... Devin
Christian Chase Jones ... Jason
Christian Gabriel Anderson Christian Gabriel Anderson ... Dexter (as Christian Anderson)
Jelani Lofton Jelani Lofton ... Yogurt Kid
Austin Lowe Austin Lowe ... Chris
Treylan Newton Treylan Newton ... Mark
Brianna Adamson ... Erica
Anthony Jaylon Mayfield Anthony Jaylon Mayfield ... Mike (as Anthony Mayfield)
Walter K. Jordan ... Mr. Haley (as Walter Jordan)
Thom Scott II ... Mr. Whitman
Aidan Singh ... Waleed
Grady Port ... Alex
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A flashback to Earn and Al's adolescence, where the authenticity of Earn's shirt is embarrassingly called into question at school.

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Comedy | Drama | Music

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Release Date:

3 May 2018 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

FUBU is a clothing brand, and its name stands for "For Us, By Us." See more »

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Nite and Day
(uncredited)
Written by Al B. Sure! and Kyle West
Performed by Al B. Sure!
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Vivid, Accurate Portrayal of School Pains
30 May 2019 | by matthewtessnearSee all my reviews

This episode shows the fear that follows around a young grade school student. No matter the age, gender, race or location, bullying is a present danger. I wanted to hug young Earn in this episode. I was fearful he would get laughed at by the whole school or beat up. I was bullied in school, so much it affects me now in my 30s. The trauma from experiences in third grade and beyond formed much of my anxiety and depression that I'm just now starting to fight back from. I talk a lot about that in my memoir, 'Eating Me Alive: How Food, Faith and Family Helped me Fight Fear and Find Hope.' And because of that, this episode was so special for me and for all of us in relating the dangers of youth.


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