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What a great show! I was flipping channels and found the series premiere tonight and was absolutely delighted by this comedy. Brandon Micheal Hall is a charming, fast talking, sightly self-centered Courtney Rose. Courtney, by trying to promote his music with his run for office, ends up the mayor of his town.
This comedy has a lot of heart, and the heart and common sense are centered in Courtney's mom, played by Yvette Nicole Brown. She is fabulous! She reels in her son when he goes too far, and gives him the inspiration and advice and firm talking-to he needs--along with a lot of love and confidence. What a great mom.
I was disappointed tonight when I flipped to this show and came here to IMDb. I wanted to find out a little more about it, and I saw that 42 people had rated show for an average of 5.6 before the show even aired. Come on, people, don't do that to this delightful show. Give it a shot. you'll laugh, you'll think, and you'll feel good when it is done.
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