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During the pilot episode, Dina (Yvette Nicole Brown) says that she gave birth to Courtney (Brandon Micheal Hall) at 16. On the show's premiere date, Yvette Nicole Brown was 46 and Brandon Micheal Hall was 24, meaning that they actually had a 22-year age difference between them. See more »
This very funny series involves a young rapper who runs for mayor as a publicity gimmick and wins with a bold vision undercut by his complete absence of sincere commitment and political know-how.
This is a kind of weird show to come out the year we have the same situation with our president Trump, but this kid has something Trump lacks, sensible, moral advisers in the person of his mom and whatever Lea Michelle's job title is.
I found the first two episodes very funny, and the mayor and his best buds are wonderfully likable. my only criticism is that the series is essentially three likable boys mothered by two sensible women; it's not a series that thinks outside of the box.
Still, I really like it.
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