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Two friends are ready to take over the world, but until they do, they're stuck working at Rent-T-Own; an authentic look into what life on the South Side of Chicago is all about.

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Simon and Kareme invest in a new cryptocurrency called Litcoin, and Officer Goodnight shoots himself in the foot.
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Kareme propels Rent-T-Own to the next level with his tasty mild sauce meatballs and Allen tries desperately to impress the Heirs of Madagascar social club.
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Two friends and aspiring venture capitalists who just graduated from community college are ready to take over the world, but they must work at a rent-to-own store in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood until then.
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Simon and Kareme crash a barbecue; Officer Turner gets a new wig to impress her old high school classmates.
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Kareme and Quincy compete to see who can repossess more in one day; Bluto defends himself in court.
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Officers Turner and Goodnight guard a store that's selling Jordan sneakers; Simon and Kareme try to recover a laptop that has Kareme's sci-fi novel on it.
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Simon and Kareme graduate from community college, but they're still stuck in their dead-end jobs repossessing furniture for Rent-T-Own.
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Officer Turner's father asks her to compete in a spades tournament, and Simon learns the moves for steppin'.
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Officer Turner is at odds with a civil rights icon who happens to live in her newly acquired building; Simon and Kareme try their hand at selling street popcorn.
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Simon and Kareme are picked by Uncle Spike to sell erectile dysfunction pills; Officer Goodnight has difficulties patrolling the South Side.

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