The laugh-at-our-pain comedy stars Craig, Damien, their real-life production partner, George O.
Megan (Bush) is a perky teen who always wanted to be a ballerina but wound up in the inner-city Musical High School instead of Julliard.
She's befriended by the sassy Charity (Atkins), whose brother Thomas (Wayans Jr) catches her eye and offers to teach her some new dance steps.
In this case however, their parody of the Dance Flick film is, believe it or not, right on the money.
When her mother dies unexpectedly, Meghan White (Shoshana Bush) leaves the suburbs and heads for the big city.
Just ask Craig and Damien Dante Wayans, two nephews of the famous bunch, who consider being a member of the Wayans family brand as “kind of a gift and a curse.”, Craig says the cousins still “have to pay dues every day,” as some industry insiders still dismiss their accomplishments as nepotism.
But Damien insists, with a laugh, that “There is no nepotism in the fam!On top of providing real insight into the 'dos' and 'don’ts' of the entertainment business, the characters also juggle personal and family drama.But, George warns, the show isn’t all about “the usual high jinks you think of when you see the name ‘Wayans’.Expanding on a two-bit sketch character from his self-titled WB network variety show, Kennedy plays B-Rad G (nee Brad Gluckman), a pathetic poser "from the 'Bu," where "everybody's strapped with a nine" (nine-iron, that is) and "most of the time the police won't even come through" (because the town is pretty much crime-free).Being from a straight-laced political family, Brad has become such an embarrassment to his father's gubernatorial campaign that daddy (Ryan O'Neal) hires two Juilliard theater graduates to play gangstaz, kidnap the brat and drop him in Compton to scare the imaginary "ghetto" out of him.It’s a really heart-felt show with a little something for everybody.” George plays the financier and businessman of the company who’s also navigating his trust issues when it comes to women.