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When two African American media execs are hired to lead marketing strategy at a top film studio, they quickly realize that their urban experience is the plot, and their race is the punch line.
|Role Name||Gender||Ethnicity||Age Range||Description|
|Rachel White||Female||Caucasian||30-35||Rachel is a sarcastic well established narcissist . She values friendships that add to her overlook and is not a fan of weak individuals that can't match her personality. Rachel has moments of being a good friend but her bitchiness supersedes other characteristics .|
|Dani Kelly||Male||African American||28-32||Dani is a Paralegal and one big unsolved mystery. He met Sean and Terry through a gay dating app and they all instantly became friends. Dani is in permanent stealth mode, and always up to something. Dani has a way with being obliviously shady and is unapologetic when it comes to his self centered moments.|
|Terry Davis||Male||African American||25-30||Terry is a NP...translation, Nurse Practitioner. Terry meets Sean on a gay dating app when they first move here and they become instant friends. They balance each other out in the sense that Terry is the definition bourgeois and Sean is down to earth.|
|Alyssa Moore||Female||African American||25-30||Alyssa is a scholar working towards her doctorate in psychology . She is smart, witty and extremely in tuned to pop culture. Despite from Alyssas academic achievements, she has remained grounded and extremely relatable to her friends.|
|Edward James||Male||Any||45-50||Edward is a father of three boys, with a stern but fun flip side to him. Edward is filled with sarcasm and jokes that are usually caught in his serious moments. His sons respect him, but Edward can be perceived equally as immature as his children are sometimes.|
|YVONNE JAMES||Female||African American||45-50||Yvonne is Seans mother.She is the piece that keeps the family running and the force of influence in her children's lives. As a mom Yvonne's main concern was always to be sure that her sons had a fighting chance, which in turn caused her to push them more times than not. When Sean returns home from LA, defeated and uninspired; it is her job to get her son back on the road to self appreciation and success.|