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Seeking to address the failures of the comedy landscape and entertainment industry to include vital voices, this narrative series set in a limitless magical reality full of dynamic, hilarious characters is notable for its numerous firsts: the first all-black women writer's room (led by Lauren Ashley Smith), the first black woman sketch director (Dime Davis, "Boomerang"), and the first sketch series cast comprised entirely of black women. Among the many established guest stars lending their talents to the humorous situations explored in the groundbreaking series are Angela Bassett, Laverne Cox, Tia Mowry, Loretta Devine, Kelly Rowland and David Alan Grier.

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A perpetually late-to-work woman decides to forgo her morning makeup routine; Trinity the Invisible Spy hunts down an elusive villain with a surprising identity; a security guard helps an office worker investigate who stole her missing mug.
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A divorce party spirals out of control following a bad mushroom trip; a 1930s groupie sets her sights on Negro League baseball player Satchel Paige; a frustrated airline passenger seeks a like-minded customer service representative.
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Two friends regret their decision to visit a new black-owned restaurant; a mother and daughter go toe-to-toe in the latest episode of "Get the Belt"; a judge, bailiff, court reporter and attorneys celebrate their first all-black lady courtroom.
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Four friends on a camping trip unknowingly disprove a stereotype; a pastor tries to take back control of his church potluck; a flight attendant struggles to get compliance from newlyweds in the exit row; students notice a change in their teacher.
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A woman is shocked by a very public, very unexpected marriage proposal from her new boyfriend; new recruits talk about their goals and expectations at a gang orientation; a church service devolves when congregants reveal self-centered motivations.
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Two women seek an escape from an ominous fog; 1960s soul group Claude and The Boppers perform their hit song "Ice Cream Shop"; Maya's confession in a support group gets a less-than-supportive response; an invisible spy meets a formidable adversary.

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