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Bob Hearts Abishola

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Bob, a middle-aged compression sock businessman from Detroit, unexpectedly falls for his cardiac nurse while recovering from a heart attack and sets his sights on winning her over. Undaunted by Abishola's lack of initial interest or the vast differences in their backgrounds -- she's originally from Nigeria -- Bob is determined to win Abishola's heart, in this comedic examination of immigrant life in America. From award-winning creator, executive producer and writer Chuck Lorre.

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