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Spending 15 years in prison didn't transform Tray, but everything else sure seemed to change. After he is released on good behavior, he returns to his newly affluent Brooklyn neighborhood and is shocked to find out how much different the world is. For starters, he's a father to twin sons, born to his former girlfriend Shay. She is now married to a successful white man who is helping raise the teenagers, who grew up in private schools and can't relate to their dad's hardscrabble upbringing. Wishing he could connect with his kids but having neither the money to support them nor himself, Tray relies on some well-worn skills to make ends meet while treading unfamiliar territory. Oscar winner Jordan Peele is co-creator and co-executive produces the series along with star Tracy Morgan.

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Tray remembers the events of the day he was arrested and comes to the conclusion that Wavy must pay for the years he lost.
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Left reeling from the error of his ways, Tray goes into a tailspin and turns to Bobby for support.
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Tray resorts to old methods of raising quick funds in a bid to help the homeless shelter where Shay volunteers.
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Tray attempts to teach his son Shazad how to be a man.
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Shay gets upset that Tray was invited to her mother's funeral reception; former prison flame Pooh Cat pursues Tray, believing he owes her a night of passion.
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Cousin Bobby convinces Tray to try a popular dating app; he lands a great match but realizes that he's not emotionally ready for a new relationship.
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Tray and Cousin Bobby intercept the kids at school and take them on a trip down memory lane; Shay gets a reminder that her lie disrupted the family dynamic.
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After getting turned down for a job at a high-end restaurant, Tray stumbles into a position at a chain coffee shop owned by Wavy, the drug dealer that Tray took the fall for.
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Ex-con Tray is shocked to see how much the world has changed when he's released from prison for good behavior after a 15-year stint.
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Tray enlists the halfway house gang to try and take Wavy out before coming to an important realization.
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A first look at the sitcom, "The Last O.G.," which revolves around an ex-convict who is shocked to see how much the world has changed when he is released from prison for good behavior after a 15-year stint.
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Tray enlists the halfway house gang to try and take Wavy out before coming to the realization that Wavy isn't the one to blame for his arrest. Uncut version.
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Left reeling from the error of his ways, Tray goes into a tailspin and turns to Bobby for support.
VOD available
Shay gets upset that Tray was invited to her mother's funeral reception; former prison flame Pooh Cat pursues Tray, believing he owes her a night of passion.
VOD available
Tray resorts to old methods of raising quick funds in a bid to help the homeless shelter where Shay volunteers.
VOD available
Tray remembers the events of the day he was arrested and comes to the conclusion that Wavy must pay for the years he has lost. Uncut version.
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Tray attempts to teach his son Shazad how to be a man; uncut version.
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Cousin Bobby convinces Tray to try a popular dating app; he lands a great match but realizes that he's not emotionally ready for a new relationship.
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After getting turned down for a job at a high-end restaurant, Tray stumbles into a position at a chain coffee shop owned by Wavy, the drug dealer that Tray took the fall for.
VOD available
Tray and Cousin Bobby intercept the kids at school and take them on a trip down memory lane; Shay gets a reminder that her lie disrupted the family dynamic. Uncut.
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Ex-con Tray is shocked to see how much the world has changed when he's released from prison for good behavior after a 15-year stint.

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