Once famous football player must rent part of his house in order to support himself. A single mother and her two kids are the latest tenants. He also owns a sports clinic that he barely manages to run with a little help from his friends.
Darryl Hughley, who owns his own vending machine business, moving out of from South Central to West Hills, a predominately white neighborhood within the San Fernando Valley. Darryl and his ... See full summary »
Eric Allan Kramer
I have to say that I caught the show when it first came on, but the thing was that the WB did some rescheduling so I didn't catch it too much later than the first or second season. I have to say that I like the fact that kids weren't in the show because it was about the couples and their relations to each other,it should have lasted as long as Friends (great show but I just don't see the humor) if not longer.
I also love to see Holly Robinson Peete, she brings a great thing to any show she's on (Did you know her Father was Gordon from Sesame Street?) and Love Inc. is great too. I HAVE to get this on DVD and watch for it in syndication, it deserves to be there
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