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This one was about an African-American widower raising his sons with the help of a live-in grandmother (Sinclair). The "family sitcom trap" did not serve Steve Harvey's cynical, acerbic comedy personality very well. He was more successful in the much funnier "Steve Harvey Show" a couple of years later (which also co-starred Wendy Raquel Robinson). Madge Sinclair, who was a fantastic and underappreciated actress, was also wasted here.
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