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That's pretty much all this is. I found it very boring and unenlightening but they tried hard to make a message. It was a nice little miniseries and I saw every episode. At least there were people I could relate to. The characters tried hard, and I think Poochdid very well. The actor who played Lafayette was quite typical as the youngest brother. Charlie played the part of the middle brother just out of juvenile detention without much feeling and I feel they could have gone further.
Its sort of like a documentary. If you want something full of laughs though, you will be thoroughly disappointed.
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