The cast and producers of Starz’s new half-hour comedy “Survivor’s Remorse” took to the red carpet Tuesday evening at the Annenberg Center in Beverly Hills to premiere the first two episodes of the series. Usher), a professional basketball player who goes from a league minimum salary to a massive contract in a new city, Atlanta.Calloway’s manager Reggie (Ron Reaco Lee), his sister M-Chuck (Erica Ash), mother Cassie (Tichina Arnold), Uncle Julius (Mike Epps) and Reggie’s wife Missie (Teyonah Parris) all try to help the newly wealthy superstar stay grounded and keep him from going bankrupt.O’Malley and Werner talked about the importance of writing the show to maintain the authenticity of the story and the characters, even if that sometimes means dipping into politically incorrect areas.
He explained his survivor’s remorse as the guilt he feels when one minute he’s spending thousands of dollars on a car or jewelry, and the next he has to turn down a family member or acquaintance for money.
He led the Raiders to their first tournament appearance.
They made it to the Maryland 4A championship, where Delonte had 22 points and 8 rebounds, but the Raiders lost 70–58.
Would Salaf have found it appropriate to comment on the fact that James was dating someone more than a decade her junior if she were a man? Newsflash, Kalaf: Your blog post is actually peculiar and creepy because it's predicated on the assumption that it's somehow gross, wrong or bad for an older woman to date a younger man, just like the hand-wringing rumors from a few years ago that Gloria James had a sexual encounter with Lebron James' former teammate Delonte West. Don't sports writers have stuff like drafts and games and scores and coaches to write about?
If, say, it were Lebron James' hypothetical 44-year-old father who happened to be dating a 31-year-old woman? Why devote space (or hell, even brain power) to a scandal-mongering, sexist, ageist, post about an athlete's mother? It's so frustrating that we continue to live in a world where women's sexuality, even that of non-famous women who happen to have famous sons, continues to be policed in this ridiculously close-minded fashion.