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Rel, a loving husband and father living on the West Side of Chicago, finds out his wife is having an affair -- with Rel's own barber. As hard as it is to find a good spouse, it's even harder to find a reliable barber. Plus, with the barbershop being an epicenter of neighborhood gossip, Rel finds his embarrassing business is known by everyone before Rel can even process the emotions himself. Offering Rel support - when they themselves aren't butting heads - are Rel's best friend and unfiltered sounding board, Brittany, and his wayward younger brother, Nat, as well as Rel's prideful dad, who perhaps has taken the news even harder than Rel. After his kids move to Cleveland with their mom, Rel must begin the difficult task of rebuilding his life as a long-distance dad. He jumps back into the dating pool - head first - and often finds himself the victim of his own well-intentioned hubris. But, ever the optimist, he continues his search for love, respect... and a new barber.

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Rel takes a trip to Cleveland after hearing his daughter got into some trouble at school; Brittany helps Nat with some goal setting by making him create a vision board.
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In an attempt to make peace with his mother's death, Rel sees a therapist; Dad tries to honor her passing by celebrating but has a hard time keeping it all together.
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One of Rel's patients is prejudiced and Rel is conflicted on how to behave as his attending nurse; everyone is obsessing over Brittany's ex-boyfriend's awful new rap song.
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Brittany's estranged mom shows up unexpectedly in hopes of being reunited with her daughter; Rel convinces Brittany to give her a second chance, but Brittany worries her mom isn't the changed woman she claims to be.
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Rel meets a new friend when he gets stuck at the hospital in the midst of a blizzard; Brittany and Nat get snowed in at a bar, along with Brittany's emotional ex-boyfriend.
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One of Dad's old bandmates turns up as a patient at Rel's hospital; when Rel finds out their friendship ended on bad terms, Rel, Nat and Brittany investigate why his band broke up.
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Nat lands a job and gets the second chance he's been hoping for since his time in prison; his excitement comes to a halt when his superior acts inappropriately around him; without hesitation, Rel and Brittany try to come to his rescue.
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When Rel, Nat, Brittany and Dad get together to watch a scary zombie movie around Halloween night, the film sparks a lot of controversy amongst the group.
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Just when Rel thinks he can't move on from his ex-wife, he gets hit with a pleasant surprise; but after getting in over his head, he ends up taking advice from Brittany.
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When Rel's kids come to visit for the first time since the split, he, Dad, Nat and Jess bring the kids to a Family Fun Center in Chicago.
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Rel invites his Dad, Brittany and Nat to brunch; his plans go awry when his clothes are held hostage in his laundry room by a local gang.
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A recently divorced father makes a fresh start on the West Side of Chicago with the help of his best friend, his overly encouraging younger brother and his prideful dad.

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