Jason has always had it together. He's educated and financially stable with no baby mama drama. When he broke off his longtime relationship, he got caught up in the bachelor lifestyle, not realizing life was passing him by. One by one, his friends start settling down leaving Jason the odd man out. He now feels pressure to catch up and finds himself in awkward dating encounters with women. Through it all his friends are there to help him along the way. —Trell Woodberry
Fun and entertaining but...
Really wish they wouldn't talk about the beautiful black women that appear on the show as busted or fat, when they are neither. And even though my grammar is typically terrible, the constant use of "you and I" incorrectly (3x in one episode) seems strange for a script about successful and educated black folks. Overall I like the show and it gives me Insecure 1st season vibes without the big budget. Would recommend, just minor feedback that hopefully the writers will take into consideration for season 2. Actors and actresses are good.
- Feb 21, 2021
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