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[#104468] Written by: ciscoman [16/09/08, 02:06]
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dont see much except for this.......

A group of twentysomethings deal with the transition from college to
adulthood.

With all of his friends preparing to graduate from college and go out into the
world, a young man starting yet another year as a professional student
realizes he d better figure out what to do with his life . . . and fast

Based on the Sundance Film Festival film with the same name, this show follows
the lives of young African American adults as they aim to make sense of life
in their post college years.




sorry but just giving a hint coz doesn't look like my type of show.
[#104469] Written by: nukuvarjo [16/09/08, 02:15]
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Aye, same what I found at commonsensemedia:

Based on the same-named 2006 Sundance film, SOMEBODIES centers on Scottie
(Hadjii), a "professional" University of Georgia student who's spent his time
in school chasing girls, drinking, and generally enjoying the college scene.
But now that his housemates Marlo (Nard Holston), Tory (Anthony Hyatt), Six
(Quante Strickland), and Jelly (Corey Redding) are close to graduating, he
realizes that it's time to take life more seriously. But figuring things out
gets complicated as his eccentric family -- including Uncle Skeeter (Carlos
Davis), Aunt Agnes (Pat Brown), and Uncle Charles (David Lewis) -- insist on
offering him endless advice. Even ex-girlfriend Diva (Kaira Akita) and preacher
Reverend Hill (Tyler Craig) offer guidance in hopes of transforming Scottie
into a professional somebody.

Somebodies attempts to reflect the real issues that college-educated African-
American young adults face as they transition into the professional world. It
also brings up existing racial tensions in America, as well various social
issues currently impacting the African-American community -- like absent
fathers and self-hatred. But these issues get lost in the show's thin story
lines and often-weak humor, which includes the occasional "yo momma" joke
(which are ostensibly intended to diffuse existing stereotypes). As a result,
the series often comes across as more silly than thought provoking.

That said, the show does offer an image of African Americans that moves away
from rapper, gangster, or athlete typecasts. And older teens might be drawn to
a show about the Southern African-American college scene. But the show's iffy
language, alcohol consumption, and references to drugs and violence make it
inappropriate for younger viewers.
[#104477] Written by: heifer2 [16/09/08, 03:57]
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Terrible sitcom, it's all over the place.
On any other network this would already have been canceled.
[#104484] Written by: wrecche [16/09/08, 05:24]
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Dear "A group of boring twenty something's who do nothing", meet the previous "A
group of boring twenty something's who do nothing". They'll be showing you
around the place, get you familiar with the layout. Have a seat and someone will
cancel you shortly.

Regards,

The Public.
[#104493] Written by: numaris [16/09/08, 08:02]
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Dear "A group of boring twenty something's who do nothing", meet the previous "A
group of boring twenty something's who do nothing". They'll be showing you
around the place, get you familiar with the layout. Have a seat and someone will
show you to your new assignment in the new world order...

some may not understand the brutality of doing nothing from 20 till 40

but I do

Send all hate mail by PM too Novaking on this thread
[#104568] Written by: YourMomma59 [17/09/08, 04:05]
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It was ... gross. I couldn't force myself to watch it past the first 12
minutes. Whoever directed this thing should be shot (figuratively speaking).
If it was trying to showcase how the main character had no purpose, they let it
bleed into the entire show...it felt like it had no purpose.
ipv6 ready