Bob, a middle-aged compression sock businessman from Detroit, unexpectedly falls for his cardiac nurse while recovering from a heart attack and sets his sights on winning her over. Undaunted by Abishola's lack of initial interest or the vast differences in their backgrounds -- she's originally from Nigeria -- Bob is determined to win Abishola's heart in this comedic examination of immigrant life in America. From award-winning creator, executive producer and writer Chuck Lorre.
You don't pay me enough to commit murder.
Bob is a sweet hearted divorced businessman who gets heart surgery in a hospital and falls in love with Abishola, his Nigerian nurse. It's a sweet love story played over time. They couldn't be more different. He runs a business about selling thermal dynamic socks. His mother is played by scene stealer, Christine Ebersole, as Dot. The actress who played Abishola does a fabulous and wonderful job in playing a dedicated nurse in a Detroit hospital. Vernee Watson is wonderful as one of her co-workers. Bob is played by Bill Gardell (Mike and Molly). If you want an enjoyable traditional sitcom with an audience, this show is for you. It's about family and relationships. You learn more about the Nigerian culture and language.
- Jan 17, 2020
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