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Set in the world of stand-up comedy, "Behind the Smile" tells the dramatic story of the rise and fall of Danny Styles, a young comic from Cleveland, Ohio, who moves to Los Angeles in ... See full summary »
Well I actually like this show. I found it to be very funny and Damon Wayans is too funny. His son is pretty good too. The show covers all boundaries and I've never seen a show as raunchy as this. I'm assuming they cancelled the show cause I don't' see any new season or new episodes but watching the repeats is enjoyful for me.
Overall I'm a big fan of the Wayans family and I too was disappointed with Wife and Kids was cancelled as this how really does reflect what goes on in the black community. But Underground although will never be as good as in living color brings back those old memories and I like it. I wish there were more different skits but overall at least 90% of the skits are funny to me.
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