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Inspired by his real life, comic Marlon Wayans finds comedy in the stories about friends and fatherhood. He balances his successful career as an internet superstar with his life co-parenting two kids alongside his smart and sassy ex-wife, Ashley. Whether it's hanging with his friends, navigating the adventures of adulthood with his ex or being with his kids as they face the highs and lows of growing up, things never go quite as expected with Marlon around. His unconventional advice and over-the-top personality may not always make things easy, but it's hard not to love him just the way he is.

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Marlon decides to throw himself a funeral party after attending his barber's funeral; everyone speaks at Marlon's party, talking about the insensitive jokes he made at their expense; Marlon worries that he is too harsh on everyone.
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Marlon decides to talk to Zack's classmates about non-traditional careers; his speech backfires and Marlon must reinforce that school is important.
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Marlon and Ashley discover that Marley purposefully failed her driver's test because she is afraid to drive; Marlon tries to help her face her fears by facing one of his own; Yvette enlists Stevie's help to increase her Uber rating.
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Marlon, Stevie, Yvette and Ashley attend homecoming weekend at Howell University; Stevie is determined to join the fraternity that Marlon created; Ashley and Yvette get caught up with a couple of young coeds.
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Marlon and Stevie see Yvette's fiance cheating on her; they disagree about telling her; Ashley deals with Yvette's new relationship by turning to numerous hobbies.

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