He means well, and he’s awfully cute, but Lawrence is about as exciting as a buckwheat pancake, and just as flat.
Little does Lawrence know he has competition in the form of Daniel (Y’lan Noel), Issa’s “what if” crush from way back.
“I’ve never stopped writing and creating, because that’s what I do,” he says. Everybody's got to raise up every now and then, otherwise you just stay down.” Graham is too softly spoken to claim it, but Sly & the Family Stone stretched the boundaries of soul and allowed the members of this bohemian band and thousands of others to inhabit a whole new playground.
“You had black, white, male, female, and we sounded different to everybody,” says Graham.
Rae was wise to partner with Larry Wilmore to create the show and craft the pilot.