Kevin Hart and other celebrities play a comic fictionalized version of themselves in this parody of similarly named reality shows. Episodes often feature Kevin Hart's attempts to gain celebrity and his jealousy of his friends.
Nick Cannon sits down on the Vlad Couch to discuss everything from his multiple business ventures to his community activism. The mogul elaborates on what it has been like maturing in the ... See full summary »
The only reason I watched as much as i did is because I couldn't
believe his circle of advisers and perhaps Mariah told him he was good
enough for stand up. about 99% of the jokes were cringe worthy. Some
jokes were very corny, others were a little too personal when he was
trying to be edgy, and the others fell flat just from the delivery
alone. You can't laugh at all of your own jokes, just saying. I respect
Nick for his other avenues of entertainment. Some of his movies are
good, not great, but good and I really enjoy him on America's Got
Talent, but this could set a man back five or ten years. If this was
someone's first time seeing Nick Cannon in anything, it would've been a
career end-er before it began. Luckily Nick has already established
himself as an entertainment force; I'm just scratching my head
wondering why with this project.
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