A sportscaster must take on the responsibility of being a full-time dad when his teenage daughter moves in with him.

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A sportscaster must take on the responsibility of being a full-time dad when his teenage daughter moves in with him.

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This father-daughter team's got game!

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3 September 2001 (USA)  »

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The pilot was shot when Kyla (Breanna) was 12 and the show didn't get picked up until she was 14. That's why Kyla appeared older in season 1 episode 2 than in Season 1 Pilot. See more »

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Arnaz Ballard: [after Arnaz promises Flex that he can get a celebrity for Breanna's birthday party] So, your mom can definitely hook this up?
Arnaz Ballard: No doubt! But if I do this, I'm going to need a favor from you.
Mark "Flex" Washington: I am NOT pimping my daughter.
Arnaz Ballard: I would never be stupid enough to ask you to, sir. But when that magical day does come, and I ask you for your daughter's hand in marriage, I just ask that you give us your blessing.
Mark "Flex" Washington: Arnaz, if that day ever comes, I will give you my blessing. And then locusts will devour the ...
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The opening credits for the first three seasons features the cast playing basketball on an outdoor court. See more »

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One on one is the best show!
18 August 2002 | by See all my reviews

One on one is the best show. It is so funny. I never miss an episode. After I saw the first episode I new it would be a great show. It's my favorite t.v. show and I tape all the episodes so I can watch them over again. You all should watch it!


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