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Cam Calloway is about to find out the price he'll pay for stardom, love and loyalty. A basketball star in his early 20s, Calloway's life changes after he signs a multimillion-dollar contract with a team in Atlanta. He arrives in Georgia bright-eyed and eager to begin his career, joined by cousin and confidant Reggie Vaughn, who tries to keep Cam focused and free from distractions caused by Cam's blunt-but-loyal sister M-Chuck and opportunistic mom Cassie. Feeling a responsibility to support needy family and friends, Cam wrestles with the rewards and pitfalls of sudden wealth and fame. "Survivor's Remorse" is a half-hour comedy series executive produced by Mike O'Malley ("Yes, Dear") and Tom Werner, among others.

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Missy pressures Reggie to make a play for their independence; M-Chuck's satisfaction comes at the cost of Cassie's; Cam rebuffs Flaherty.
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Cassie catches up with an old friend; Cam and Reggie visit a school; Missy and Allison each receive some unsolicited advice.
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Cam and Reggie discuss the future; Cassie seeks spiritual affirmation; Missy needs a favor from her parents.
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Cam and Allison take a road trip; Mary Charles has a problem with a museum donor; Reggie tries to get in on a deal with Chen.
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Cam takes his basketball ambition in a new direction; Chen gets the wrong idea about Cassie's new hobby; Missy makes a troubling discovery.
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Cam has big ideas for the Calloway Philanthropic Trust's first fundraiser.
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Cam and Allison clash with some fans; Reggie advises Missy to think twice about taking on a job; Cassie's podcast deals with a hot topic.
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M-Chuck has unconventional ideas about closure; Cam sees his father in a new light; Reggie and Trent head north.
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Cam's visit to Walpole sends him on a wild goose chase into the past; Missy receives a troubling phone call; M-Chuck gives some teenagers a piece of her mind.
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Cam, Reggie and Mary Charles' attempts to reconcile their paternal relationships yield varying results; Cassie and Chen try to enjoy their time in Shanghai.
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Reggie's father makes a sudden appearance in Atlanta; Cassie meets Chen's parents.
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Cam learns secrets about his family's past, then must deal with the fallout.
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Reggie and Flaherty battle over a contract extension for Cam.
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Cam and Reggie return to Boston for a wedding; M-Chuck pursues relationships with many different women.
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Following a DNA test, Cassie meets a new family who helps her experience the traditions of the culture; Cam and Reggie attempt to get rid of Uncle Julius' gun.
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Media consultant Missy copes with the fallout of a decision at a photo shoot for Cam; Chen and Cassie use technology to close the gap of a long-distance relationship.
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A scandal erupts after Cam's words during an interview are taken out of context, leading to the creation of the Calloway Philanthropic Trust.
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Reggie and Missy argue about the importance of modern manners and the role of social etiquette after they meet a wealthy Atlanta couple.
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The Calloways and the Vaughns comfort one another as they navigate their way through the most trying ritual of their lives.
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The tragic loss of a loved one leaves family members with a sudden hole in their lives.
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Reggie has doubts about representing Jupiter; Allison declines Cam's expensive gifts; a crisis rocks the family.

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