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One on One 

TV-14 | | Comedy | TV Series (2001–2006)
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A sportscaster must take on the responsibility of being a full-time dad when his teenage daughter moves in with him.


Eunetta T. Boone
863 ( 174)




5   4   3   2   1  
2006   2005   2004   2003   2002   2001  
1 win & 8 nominations. See more awards »





Series cast summary:
Kyla Pratt ...  Breanna Barnes 113 episodes, 2001-2006
Robert Ri'chard ...  Arnaz Ballard 113 episodes, 2001-2006
Flex Alexander ...  Mark 'Flex' Washington 97 episodes, 2001-2006
Kelly Perine ...  Duane Odell Knox 91 episodes, 2001-2005
Sicily Johnson ...  Spirit Jones 91 episodes, 2001-2005


A sportscaster must take on the responsibility of being a full-time dad when his teenage daughter moves in with him.

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This father-daughter team's got game!





Did You Know?


Season 5 served as a soft-reboot to the series where as in the previous 4 seasons it was stated that Flex played for the New York Knicks, Orlando Magic and Los Angeles Clippers in his NBA career. But during the fifth season it was retconned to be him playing a few games before getting kicked out of the NBA, as the show was trying to distance itself from Flex Alexander's character and more focused on Kyle Pratt's character. See more »


[opening theme song]
Chorus: Sometimes in this life, you can feel all by yourself / But I have a partner, when I can't trust no one else / So don't isolate yourself, when there's nobody around / I'll be there through thick and thin, what a true love we have found, me & you / One on one / Can't nobody break this bond / Living One on one, One on one / Life has just begun, now we're having fun / One on one, yeaaaah / One on one!
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Crazy Credits

The opening credits for the fourth season features the cast in a dressing room preparing for a night on the town. See more »


Spin-off Cuts (2005) See more »

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Great to see high-quality Afro-American TV
23 December 2002 | by MikeFab1See all my reviews

First off, let me point out that I am a white male who grew up in East-Cambridge, MA. It was a very multicultural neighborhood. SO as you can imagine I had plenty of multcultural friends. As a child I loved to watch shows like The Jeffersons, Good Times, Cosby Show, In Living Colour, etc. These were all good shows. But some were criticized becuase they were too stereotypical and oddly some were criticized for not being "accurate" enough. Such as the Cosby Show. I used to ask my friends why can't people make up their minds? Do they want Black people portrayed as ghetto gang bangers in movies like South Central or like high society annunciaters (white people in black people's bodies) like the Cosby Show? They usually looked at me and laughed. After all how do you answer such a Sociological-Philosophical question. Well, anyways, then in the mid-90's came the WB and UPN networks. At first their shows stunk like FOX did in the late 80's and most of the 90's. And then they found their audience! Young people in Urban areas. My kind of neighborhood. At first I jokingly called them "Average Black People Shows". But that sounded ambiguously racist so now I say A.B.P.S. LOL!! They're basically Shows Like Moesha, Parkers, Sisters, which starred Brandy and Diana Ross's daughter (name escapes me). And several others which names I forgot, but they starred Robin Givens, Alfonsa Rivera, Malcolm Jamal Warner, and other African Americans from TOP NBC, CBS, and ABC shows from the 80's and 90's. At first it was GREAT to see them working again, but then it got weird. After all some of the shows still stunk. Mostly the writing and obvious cheap budgets. I mean just look at Homeboys in Outer Space!! Although, I liked others such as the Parent Hood which should STILL be on the air today!! I guess what I am trying to say is I like One on One. It is a good show. It is one of many of those A.B.P.S.'s that are on the air today on the WB and UPN early in the week. Both networks have improved ALOT these past 2 or 3 years and so have their programming, writing, budget and actors are great. Keep up the good work Flex and never do anything like Homeboys in outer space again!! It wasn't

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3 September 2001 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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