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I've only seen two episodes but plan to watch more! I grew up with the Cosby show and have lamented the lack of positive images of blacks on TV since it went off the air. People should really give it a try. It's subtle, but fun. I know I'll grow to love it even more! Good start and nice to see our favorite black stars get cameos! I had grown weary of the offerings on network TV, especially since we have such a beautiful black family in the white house. I think now there will be more attempts at shows like this. Before it was reincarnated as the CW, WB had some nice shows: Girfriends, Half and Half, and One on One... My kids and I enjoyed the lineup! The writing was clever and the acting superb. We've missed those shows. Well done BET!
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