Six strangers (of different backgrounds, cultures, and economic statuses) are invited to a mysterious home, each for different reasons. With nothing in common, they soon find out that they are actually brothers and sisters.
Reggie Brooks is a fitness trainer whose good looks have always overshadowed the fact that he lives paycheck to paycheck. After being notified that he has come into a large sum of money, ... See full summary »
Joshua C. Allen,
Nelson J. Davis,
Robert (Henson) picked the wrong time to meet his soul mate! After being fired from his own father's company, he feels like his luck has run out - until Morgan (Dennis) enters into his life... See full summary »
Darrin Dewitt Henson,
Mother and daughter Nikki and Kim Parker both attend Santa Monica College. Nikki got pregnant with Kim and dropped out of school but now, just as Kim is getting ready for college, Nikki ... See full summary »
I was one of the fans who was heartbroken and relentless in trying to get The Game to return to TV. BET picked up the show, then coupled it with it's own new show, Let's Stay Together. Many of the characters are fun, however, some are a little goofy and unbelievable.
The main characters, Stacy and Charles, are a fun and entertaining couple. Stacy is a doctor and he's a handyman or contractor. Her sister Tasha and her husband Jamal are super funny and complement the cast well. The sister Kita is a little too simple minded for me.
I almost stopped watching it after the first season finale. I'd give that episode a big fat F! Mega dumb. It had great potential but they ruined it. I decided to see if they could recover in season 2 , and so far it's been pretty good. I don't like how irresponsible they are making Stacy out to be this season, especially since she's a doctor and was very capable before Charles. They should come up with more constructive ways to address these normal marital problems without the gross exaggeration.
It's still a worthwhile watch, but I wouldn't call it a hit. it has potential if they allow Charles to be a man and Stacy to be smart.
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