The Tracy Morgan Show

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NBC (ended 2004)

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NBC's "Saturday Night Live" sensation Tracy Morgan teams up with executive producers David M. Israel and Jim O'Doherty ("3rd Rock from the Sun"), Lorne Michaels ("Saturday Night Live") and Carsey-Werner-Mandabach ("That '70s Show", "Grounded for Life") to star in his own prime time comedy as a hardworking family man pursuing happiness with streetwise wit, attitude and wisdom.

Morgan stars in this sharp-edged family comedy as father, husband and small business owner Tracy Mitchell, who with his beautiful, no-nonsense wife Alicia (Tamala Jones, "Head of State"), share their modest apartment with their two kids, 13 year-old Derrick (Marc John Jefferies, "Stuart Little 2") and 7 year-old Jimmy (Bobb'e J. Thompson).

At work at his auto garage, Mitchell is responsible for his other more dysfunctional family of mechanics; Spoon (John Witherspoon, "The Wayans Bros") and Bernard (Dwight "Heavy D" Myers, "Boston Public") who on a daily basis remind Tracy of the headaches of running a business as they contend with neighborhood characters and would-be customers such as Freddie (Katt Williams, "Friday After Next")

NBC Broadcast History December 2003 - January 2004 - Tuesdays 8:00 PM January 2004 - March 2004 - Saturdays 8:00 PM

Theme Song: I grew up on the wrong side of town all my life people putting me down I had dream about being a king so i worked real hard now i am doing my thing I love my wife and i love my kids I don't want to see them struggle, like I did I guess now and then the sun do shine I hope you love your life because man I'm loving mine. moreless
Tracy Morgan (II)

Tracy Morgan (II)

Tracy Mitchell

John Witherspoon

John Witherspoon

Spoon

Tamala Jones

Tamala Jones

Alicia Mitchell

Katt Williams

Katt Williams

Freddie (episodes 1-3, 5, 7-8, 10-16)

Marc John Jefferies

Marc John Jefferies

Derrick Mitchell

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