Based in Atlanta, Earn and his cousin Alfred try to make their way in the world through the rap scene. Along the way they come face to face with social and economic issues touching on race, relationships, poverty, status, and parenthood.
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Stella (Jessie Ennis) originally had a bigger part in season three. However, Ennis suffered a leg injury and needed to rehabilitate; her episode count was dropped to three and the writers and crew worked around her injury, as she was still not completely healed by the time filming began. See more »
I was not expecting to like this show, and I was laughing and captivated and I can't wait to keep watching this human "superfund site" of a couple sort it out. It is well written and Paul Rust is perfect as an awkward, cute, slightly devious 30 something.
Like this new show a lot! We watched it in a group that ranged from a whole contingent that age of Mickie and Gus (they totally related to it) to people in their 70's who also loved it.
This isn't strictly a comedy, as it examines insecurity, awkwardness, drugs etc. It is not for everyone but a lot of viewers will be hooked. The situations and characters are very real.
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