Tray is a loveable, stubborn, impassioned man (and now father), back home from prison to prove his worth in society. Unfortunately, he has to acclimate to the newly gentrified Brooklyn before he can spread his passion to those around him.
Tray’s sharp-tongued ex, Shay, now mother of two and well-adjusted to a life without Tray, struggles to find the balance of letting Tray re-enter her upscale life without revisiting the ways of her past that she worked so hard to leave behind.
Tray’s energetic, well-intentioned, entrepreneurial, younger cousin, who never fails at bringing his hilariously ill-fated ideas to the table, often leading to the many misadventures of Tray and the kids.
Shay’s thoughtful, even-tempered, white husband, who has helped to provide Shay with a life that she could have never imagined, while also helping to raise her two children along the way… Did we also mention he was white?
Shay’s outspoken teenage daughter, who hesitates to trust Tray and allow the man absent for so much of her childhood to return and be a part of her life, amidst all the chaos of his reentry into society.