Zoey Johnson, Grown-ish, Freeform, Disney–ABC Domestic Television, ABC Signature Studios, Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Yara Shahidi

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Freeform original comedy Grown-ish premieres its 6th episode Wednesday.

#Grown-ish has been renewed for a second season.

rottentomatoes: 91%

metacritic: 71

imdb: 6.5




Grown-ish, Freeform, Disney–ABC Domestic Television, ABC Signature Studios, Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Halle Bailey, Chloe Bailey, Yara Shahidi, Trevor Jackson, Emily Arlook, Jordan Buhat, Luka Sabbat Zoey Johnson, Grown-ish, Freeform, Disney–ABC Domestic Television, ABC Signature Studios, Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Yara ShahidiZoey Johnson, Grown-ish, Freeform, Disney–ABC Domestic Television, ABC Signature Studios, Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Yara ShahidiZoey Johnson, Grown-ish, Freeform, Disney–ABC Domestic Television, ABC Signature Studios, Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Yara ShahidiZoey Johnson

Zoey Johnson commences her transition-into-adulthood at the California University of Liberal Arts a.k.a. ‘Cal U.’


Zoey Johnson, Grown-ish, Freeform, Disney–ABC Domestic Television, ABC Signature Studios, Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Yara Shahidi“My God.  It had only been three days since I left home and my dad was already 5150.  What hurts so bad, dad?  Dad, stop, seriously.  Okay, dude, you had Freaknik.  Okay, there are Youtube videos, one of which I’m actually pretty sure you’re in.  Dad, I want that for me.  You know, I have to go.  Dad, I’m not coming home this weekend.  Bye, dad.  Three days.  Shell of a man.” — Zoey Johnson

“I’d been in college for three days and at that moment, there as no way my dad or anyone could’ve told me that I didn’t already know everything I needed to know to completely master this place the same way I had in high school.  I knew it all.  I knew that Ronald KJ. Winthrop was our school founder and that he dabbled in slavery.  I know that the Cal U basketball team of 1958 would get bodied by the Cal U basketball team today.  I knew that this was the women’s bathroom and also the men’s bathroom.  I knew that this was the campus hot stop… this was the campus lame spot… and this was the campus dead spot.” — Zoey Johnson

“but the one thing I didn’t know about college, that I’d never admit to my dad or anyone else, was that in all actuality, I would soon discover that I didn’t know anything.  Which was obvious because I was enrolled in a midnight class that no one in their right mind would ever want to be in.  And I especially didn’t know that the same film my dad begged me to watch this weekend, the same film that ignited our father-daughter bond, the film that taught me how to apply lipstick with my boobs, would be way closer to my real life than I ever knew.” — Zoey Johnson

“Okay, freeze.  First of all, he’s not a doctor, totally blows my mind.  I knew Charlie as the weird guy my dad works with.  Somehow, he’s managed to keep his day job while teaching this class.  An adjunct professor for the midnight–to–2:00-am, ‘after-night-school’ program.  So, just like ‘The Breakfast Club,’ these six losers who I normally never would have even spoken to would not only become my friends, but some of the closest people to me in my life.  Like Nomi — she’s my boo.  But it didn’t exactly start out that way.  See, Nomi wasn’t your typical Jewish-American princess.  In fact, she wasn’t your typical anything.  She liked Rottweilers and moshing at Swedish death-metal concerts.  Who didn’t conform to the boundaries or laws that her family, society, or 49 of the 50 states deemed acceptable.  And then there were these two.  Are you guys… twins?  Despite their Simi Valley accent, the twins from Tyler Perry;s ‘The Shining,’ we’re actually from the hood.  They were also Cal U’s hottest track recruits, which meant they were judged about everything, just like young, black female athletes who came before them were scrutinized about their speed, their bodies, even their edges.  But America’s darlings were a far cry from this guy, who had a different opinion about America.  Oh, and what’s the bracelet for?  Aaron and I met during freshman orientation.  He was a super-hot sophomore with a bunch of forearm tattoos who, somehow, against all odds, made a ducktail work.  Seriously, that should not work, right?  But questionable hair choices aside, he had big plans to change the world.  Baby Basquiat over here is Luca, the only freshman fly enough to rock the same skirt as me and make me think about changing.  But not everyone was a fan.  So that dude who was about to get ‘World Starred’ was Vivek, a first generation Gujatari Indian born to a devoutly Hindu family.  He was a straight-A student and a national merit scholar, and he had big dreams of following in the footsteps of his hero.  No, not him.  And thank God not him.  Him.  So, I’m pretty sure you’re wondering how a girl like me, with perfectly threaded eyebrows and J-law level charm”wound up in a midnight class full of puppies and meth addicts.  Well, you weren’t the only one.  Why am I here?  Well, pssht.  Drones.  I love ’em.  This dude.  Am I right?  All the buttons?” — Zoey Johnson

“All right, so I’m not gonna lie,  I’m not in this class because I love drones.  Although they are pretty cool.  It’s like we gave a bunch of cameras to birds.  But again, not why I’m here, and I’m not about to put my business on blast to these six randos who I’m stuck in drones class with.  Nomi’s uncle was Bert Parker, the dean of students, and despite his eight failed marriages, he seemed oddly more preoccupied with Nomi finding the right guy than her finding the right class.  But unbeknownst to anyone in her family… Nomi and her newfound sexual freedom had other things in mind.  Those were not his engineering friends. So, Vivek grew up poor.  His parents wanted him to be an engineer, and he did, too, but he wasn’t willing to wait eight years to ball out.  Lil’ Puppet?” — Zoey Johnson

“You know those picture-perfect Sports Illustrated cover girls?  Well, don’t judge a magazine by its cover.  Yep, under those smiles, that’s who they really are.  But as their father always drilled into them, no one wants two ratchet-ass girls on the front of a cereal box.  These six weirdos just bared their soul and everyone seems cool with their truth.  So, why can’t I?  All right, guys, so I got to be honest.  I don’t love drones.  I mean, I do, it’s how we caught Bin Laden, but not why I’m here.  Okay, so this is what happened.  It was the day before registration and I was at the coffee shop…” — Zoey Johnson

“Oh, right here.  Analisa Patricia Torres was born in Miami to Cuban immigrants.  She was a devout Catholic and an even more devout Republican… with a secret shame.  So, Ana and I hit it off immediately.  We had a ton in common.  I mean, we’re both freshman, she loved my hair, I love that she loved my hair.  How could you not?  And everything just got better from there.  Some older girls I knew from high school invited me to a party.  I brought Ana with me because she was my first college friend.  Yeah.  No.  No, don’t worry.  I got you, Ana.  Just be cool.  Just be cool, Analisa.  Oh.  Hi!  And the next thing you know, me and Ana were at our first college day party.  The party was amazing.  I mean, I was trying to get Ana to slow her roll, but she wasn’t having it, but things between us were going great.  Until they weren’t.  Hoo!  So there it is.  The truth.  This kind of felt good.  It’s a relief to say it out loud, you know?  Get it off your chest.  Hey, let’s go get some freakin’ French toast.  Get it?  It’s like a reference to… yeah?  Should’ve just put down ‘drones.'” — Zoey Johnson

“Aaron was right.  I was a monster.  I bailed on another girl when she needed me most.  I was a terrible person.  You have?  Oh.  But I don’t deserve to feel better because I should’ve helped Ana.  Well, because I was a freshman at an upperclassmen party, and there were hot guys everywhere, but… you know, I-I just wondered what– what people would think of me.  What do you mean, ‘why?’  Because people’s opinions matter.  Well, I mean, bec– these don’t feel like questions any logical human being has to answer.  I’m a bad person.  You guys.  I don’t know why, but at that moment, something came over me.  Maybe it was hearing Vivek talk about his dad, or Nomi being honest about her sexuality, or maybe it was just because I’d done such a shitty thing to Ana, but I felt compelled to keep opening up.  I realized that the first time I was out on my own, the first chance to make my own decision, I made the wrong one, and I had done it so easily.  What did that say about me?  Was that the person I really was?  The thought of that scared me, but i wasn’t alone in my feeling.  We were all scared.  One by one, I looked around and saw a group of strangers with nothing in common look at each other and see their truest selves reflected in the eyes of people they would soon call family.  In fact, the more we cried, the more we realized exactly why we all had stumbled into this crazy class, and it wasn’t drones.  Dear Professor Dr. Tekphy, you asked us to write down why we were taking this class, and the honest truth is we’re scared.  SCared that maybe we’re a person we wouldn’t like very much if we met.  Scared  we’re people who are gonna let our communities down.  Scared we’re people our parents might think different of if they really knew.  Scared of becoming our parents, and in some of our cases, scared of losing one of our 17 thumb rings.  That was a moment that bonded us forever.  It was a moment we never talked about again.  It was a moment that was ours.” — Zoey Johnson

“The next night, I was feeling more confident, that although I would still make mistakes, I was determined to make better choices and be a better person overall.” — Zoey Johnson

“College is a minefield.  There’s so much to juggle.  Classes, homework, and parties, obviously.  A wise man once told that to balance it all, everyone has their thing.  I didn’t know what he was talking about at the time, but it was so true.  For college kids who like to party, the baseline is beer, weed, questionable jell-o shots.  Then it gets interesting.  You’ve got your pill poppers.  They love their Oxy, their Vico, their Norco.  You know, girls raised by their nannies who hate themselves as much as calories in alcohol.  Then there’s people who do molly, poppers, coke… my thing?  I dabble.  I like a nice buzz, but I don’t get, like, white-girl wasted.  But the tricky part to having a thing was knowing how to balance it all, and I hadn’t been doing so well.” — Zoey Johnson

“Ana, why didn’t you wake me up?  I missed class!  Oh, hey.  I don’t know.  Yeah.  Wait, what?  Why would you do that? I’m already stressed as is.  You know that’s not my thing.  Well, smoking weed at 11:00 am isn’t gonna solve my problems.  What’s that supposed to mean?  I don’t have time for this, so can you go?  Because I need to urn my pants around and make it to my next class.  Yeah.  No, damn, no, I can’t, um, because I have a James Baldwin exhibit thingy.  I-I don’t want to go.  Well, we could do tomorrow, or the night after that, I just can’t be punned down right now.  Dude, do you want to come?  Thanks.” — Zoey Johnson

“Oh, my God.  You reek!  How much weed did you smoke?  This is socially conscious photography based on the work of James Baldwin.  Well, I also saw a couple sad photos of tiny black hands holding onto chain link fences.  Wait, what?  What is Aaron doing here?  Oh, my God.  I see him everywhere.  I’m not stalking him.  I’m totally stalking him.” — Zoey Johnson

“Hey.  What are you doing here?  Wow.  Of course.  And you act like you’re so old yourself, grandpa.  Just pull out the slippers and tell us what Y2k was like.  You heard that, right?  He just invited me to Papa K’s.  Papa K’s, he basically just proposed and so, of course, my answer is… yeah.  We’ll see what happens.  My god, I’m not a stalker.” — Zoey Johnson

“Guys.  I see Aaron and he sees me.  You see that, right?  Okay.  Hey. Yeah.  Anywhere?  Uh, would you scooch or get that to go?  Okay.  Well, that’s where — that’s where we’ll be.  By the bathroom where all the action happens.  Tally ho.  Hey, I didn’t know you guys were gonna be here.  Oh.  Ooh.  Is there anyone he didn’t invite?  Uh, no.  He said ‘Okay, freshman.  Maybe I’ll see you there.’  Freshman.  That’s what he calls me.  We have cute nicknames for each other.  Freshman, sophomore?  So, the night was a total bust.  Turns out Aaron wasn’t checking for me.  He was checking for the entire student body and I still had a ton of work to do.  I had a fashion project with Luca, not to mention a 25 page paper on this woman I thought was Judge Judy.  Oh, my God!  Those are drugs.  Those are illegal drugs!  I really hope Aaron didn’t see you offer that to me.  I know what it is.  My little brother should be on it.  My dad, too.  Okay, Vivek, I’m not taking speed.  I’ve gotten this far without it.  But it’s cheating.  Okay.  Girls, do you guys cheat?  Wow, I’m so convinced.  Do you have a paper due or something?  The whole pill thing just freaks me out.  I mean, I feel like it’s a gateway to something awful like having a heart attack or — or meeting Dr. Drew.” — Zoey Johnson


Andre Johnson, Grown-ish, Freeform, Disney–ABC Domestic Television, ABC Signature Studios, Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Anthony AndersonAndre Johnson

“Whhyyyyy?  It hurts so bad.  My soul!  But you don’t understand, Zo-Zo.  The world is a dangerous place now!  College is totally different than when I was coming up.  Lies!  Propaganda!  Freaknik never happened!  Okay, it was amazing.  And there’s not a day goes by that I don’t think about it.  But I don’t want that for you.  No!  No, no, no, no, no.  Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait.  Um, when you come home this weekend, can we watch ‘The Breakfast Club’ together?  Aaaah!  But that’s our favorite!  Don’t forget about me!  That was the song’s rule.” — Andre Johnson


Burt Parker, Grown-ish, Freeform, Disney–ABC Domestic Television, ABC Signature Studios, Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Chris ParnellDean Burt Parker

“Hold on, mom!  Did you say dad was gay or game?  Gay or game?  Hello?  Damn it, mom!  Hello?!  Ugh, hey.  This reception is…” — Burt Parker

“You know, Nomi, Cal U is where I met your second aunt.  Yeah.  The ruppin’ and the tearin’.  Perhaps you’ll find love here, too.  Mm, hot tip, most of the young, eligible Jewish guys… …hang out right over there.  We call that area ‘Little Boca.’  Oh.” — Burt Parker


Charlie Telphy, Grown-ish, Freeform, Disney–ABC Domestic Television, ABC Signature Studios, Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Deon ColeProfessor Dr. Charlie Telphy

“Good evening, everyone.  If you’re here for the Digital Marketing Strategies class, you’ve come to the correct place.  If you’re here to inquire about the listing for a mixed-breed litter of premature breech terrier puppies… you’ve also come to the correct place.  I am Professor Dr. Charles Telphy.” — Charlie Telphy

“All we got to do is plant some cocaine in her desk.  I’m pregnant and I hate you!  Okay.” — Charlie Telphy

“I welcome you to a unique, new educational frontier.  Most of our jobs don’t allow us to go to school during normal hours.  Whores.  But the daylight belongs to the meek.  The bold own the night.  And with it, the future.  We’re just into tomorrow before everyone else.  do you hear that?  That’s tomorrow happening today.  Now, this syllabus right here is gonna break down the entire course starting with week one– drones.  Week two, drones from the past.  Week three, drones of the future.  Basically, this will be an all-drones class.  Why?  ‘Cause they arose me.” — Charlie Telphy

“Uh, so apparently some people in the administration are scrutinizing over the legitimacy of this class.  Crazy, right?  So, a survey will be going around.  Per protocol, I have to step out.  Feel free to talk amongst yourselves why you wanted to enroll in this class.  And it would be greatly appreciated if you leave out any mention of breech terrier puppies that may or may not actually be coyotes.” — Charlie Telphy


Nomi Segal, Grown-ish, Freeform, Disney–ABC Domestic Television, ABC Signature Studios, Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Emily ArlookNomi Segal

“What the fuck are you looking at.  Sure.  Well, I can’t put a real reason I’m in here.  My uncle reads this.  So, I should just, uh, put ‘drones,’ right?  Okay.  Yeah.  Wow, so you still smoke cigarettes?  So you, like, really don’t care?  Hey, listen.  Don’t worry about it, okay?  I mean, haven’t we all done something like that before?  Who me?  Oh, no.  God, no.  I mean, not like that.  That was some East African genocidal warlord shit. Yeah, that’s where I thought things were heading.  Whoa.  Okay.  Yeah.  I totally get not wanting to be a disappointment.  Why do you guys think I haven’t come out to my family yet?  I mean, like, would they still love me?  Sure.  But would they look at me differently?  I don’t know, and I don’t want to know.  I just — I just want to be their daughter, not their bisexual daughter.  Wait, you Skyped?  Oh, my God, is he one of those homeless dudes with a cell phone?  That drives me crazy.  Okay, in Hindi, does ‘bum’ mean, like… you mean, other than fleeing a third world country?  Hey, you guys.” — Nomi Segal

“Was she the one you lost to Hedonsim II?  Yeah?  You know, I really have to go to the bathroom.  I had, like, some questionable sushi.  I’ll be back. Okay.  Oh!” — Nomi Segal

“If this is an ‘experimental art exhibit,’ than where are all the dicks?  You did not bring us here to look at those.  You brought us here to look at that.  I know.  I think it’s ’cause you’re stalking him.” — Nomi Segal

“Maybe he’ll see you there?  I mean, what kind of stalker would you be if you decided to take off the night to do the homework you’e been talking about for, like, three weeks?  This place is packed.  I don’t see anything in here worth cracking open a new box of plan B.  Kind of.  What was that I just took?  10 or 20?  Now I’m ready to rock.  No, there’s a party in Hollywood Hills.  And I’m gonna try to have sex with Jason Derulo.” — Nomi Segal


Aaron Jackson, Grown-ish, Freeform, Disney–ABC Domestic Television, ABC Signature Studios, Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Trevor JacksonAaron Jackson

“This one’s ‘Black Lives Matter,’ I got ‘I can’t breathe,’ ‘Michelle 2020,’ ‘Justice for Kalief Browder,’ and ‘Free Assata Shakur.’  Um, that just… lets the EMTs know that I have a peanut allergy.  Um, BSU’s protesting the fact that Cal U is changing the blackboards to white boards.  Why would they do that?  Uh, is, uh, something funny, bro?  Okay, my bad for caring about the culture.  Maybe I should be more like you and spend all my free time ring shopping.  Well, I know why I’m here.  I enjoy taking classes taught by black professors.  Unfortunately, he’s one of them.  But you — why — why are you here?  Yeah.  So, are you gonna tell us what’s behind your drone story or what?  Dude, you are a monster.  Yeah.  Yeah.  But you didn’t, why?  Yeah, I get that, but why?  Yeah, but why?  I totally feel like you guys just skipped over multiple steps on your spiral down.  I mean, there’s jobs at the post office.  DMV, personal trainer, those sign-turning guys.  I just feel like there’s a couple other options before, you know, the donut-shop situation.  W-well, then what is it bro?  Is he a — he’s an alcoholic, he’s on drugs, what’s up?  A present and supportive father?  Developing a high-level understanding of English?  Huh?  Yeah, I heard what she said.  Thank you.  I want to know why she said it.  I don’t remember talking to you, bro.  Why don’t you just shut the — you’re always talking.  No, ’cause he’s always doing that.  No, he’s a– hey, hey.  I’m sorry.  You all right?” — Aaron Jackson

“What’s up?  How are you?  Um… okay.  Uh, I-I kind of helped set this whole thing up.  Yeah.  I didn’t know you were into Baldwin.  That’s pretty deep for a freshman.  Oh, wow, okay, I see.  So you got jokes?  Look, we’re going to Papa K’s after this.  You should come.  Well, okay, freshmen.  Maybe I’ll see you there.” — Aaron Jackson


Jazlyn and Skylar Forster, Grown-ish, Freeform, Disney–ABC Domestic Television, ABC Signature Studios, Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Halle Bailey, Chloe BaileyJazlyn and Skylar Forster

“Totally.  B.T. dubs, your hair is everything.  A drug dealer?  Loving his wife?” — Jazlyn and Skylar

“Hey, dean Parker.” — Jazlyn and Skylar

Jazlyn Forster

“Um… whatever dude.  Are you putting down ‘drones’ or not?  If we go back home we’re not just failures to ourselves.  We’ve let everybody down.  We’re losers.  You’re dad’s a closet bisexual?  He’s a cab driver… that beats your mom?  Mm.  That’s got to be what it is.” — Jazlyn Forster

“Excuse me?  Which class can I take without you in it?  Ugh!” — Jazlyn Forster

Skylar Forster

“Yeah, definitely, definitely.  Uh…  Mm-hmm.  Caring what people think is me and Jazz’s whole life.  It’s why we live this fake-ass front.  Total disappointments.  Chill out.  Yeah, if we don’t make it, we end up back in the hood jerking off some guy who sells incense and tube socks behind the donut shop.  Like…” — Skylar Forster

“What is your bum-ass problem, girl?  Make up your mind already.  Anything at UCLA.  Bye, bitch.” — Skylar Forster


Luca Hall, Grown-ish, Freeform, Disney–ABC Domestic Television, ABC Signature Studios, Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Luka Sabbat

Luca Hall

“Here we go.  This dude.  Nah, we get it.  You’re, um, ‘woke.’  But then would have time to look for buttons?  Yeah.  Kind of disagree with your pops.  That might actually bring Wheaties back.  Nah, I’m just gonna put down that I don’t really care.  I don’t.  Wait, I could’ve sworn you were trying to make her feel better.  Ah, that’s messed up.  My guy, when’s the last time you seen him?  Me too.  And putting his son through college.  She said she was a bad person.  Probably ’cause she thinks she’s not a good person.  How about you — flat top head.” — Luca Hall

“what’s good with your roommate?  You missed our class.  Don’t worry though.  I got you covered.  Told the professor you were getting an abortion.  How about ‘thank you, Luca?’  Okay?  You need to loosen up.  Let me get you right.  Well, you got to find your thing, ’cause whatever your thing is dead-ass isn’t working.  And you also literally have your pants on backwards.  What’s , like, good with you?  Like, when I first met you, I really vibed with you.  You were on some official shit.  Now you’re kind of, just, like, every other kid running around here.  It means, like, you act like you have it all together meanwhile none of us have it all together.  You just need to chill out and medicate your situation.  Whatever. But our project.  What’s good with that?  It’s due Friday.  We got to get working on it, so… you want to stay up tonight?  Th-that’s cool.  Oh, sucks.  fine.  Can you just please come up with the ideas tonight?  ‘Cause I don’t want to be behind on this project while you’re at this James Baldwin thing that I’m totally not invited to and don’t want to go to.  Nah, I can’t.  My mom’s in town.  But you’re sweet, though.” — Luca Hall


Vivek Shah, Grown-ish, Freeform, Disney–ABC Domestic Television, ABC Signature Studios, Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Jordan BuhatVivek Shah

“Dude, would you keep it down?  This isn’t the Magic Johnson Theatre.  But it’d be cool if it were.  He’s a community entrepreneur.  Just a drone situation.  I think I might be a ‘drones’ guy, too.  Hey, I’m not a drug dealer.  I just get pills at a lesser price from a guy and sell them at a markup.  I mean, it’s not like I’m gonna shoot you or anything.  Unless you don’t pay, then my boy Lil’ Puppet will do it.  Oh, my God, I’m totally a drug dealer.  Oh well.  So I’m assuming you guys are putting ‘drones,’ too?  You got to live your life out loud or else you’ll end up like my dad.  Worse, he’s a bum.  I don’t know, in person?  Last week when he dropped me off.  We Skyped this morning about our Catalina trip.  W-what?  No.  He’s a fucking cab driver.  No, he worships my mom.  Yeah.  Totally.  He’s a bum because he never tried.  He’s a smart guy, but he’s been driving that cab for 35 years.  Dude’s got no ambition.  Dude’s a bum.” — Vivek Shah

“Yes, mummi, I signed up for the statistics club.  Thank Auntie Beena for the Ganesh statue.  It got here in one piece.  And tell Puppa-Ji I’ll call him tonight to go over my classes, and before you ask, they’re all S.T.EM.– no arts, no humanities, no physical activities.  Mom, let me call you back.  I just saw some of my engineering friends.  I got Molly, I got Oxy, I got Roxy.  I got Xanies, I got Percs, I got Addies, and this… this is a really strong decongestant.” — Vivek Shah

“Clearly not enough.  To be at a whack ass student photography show.  Is it?  Or is it just a bunch of sad photos of little black kids holding melting ice cream?” — Vivek Shah

“Let me grab a round of calzones for those Tri-Pi’s over at table four.  Tell them V-digital the great’s in the building.  This will change your life.  Dude, you want me to get arrested?  Zoey, it’s just Adderall.  To get their shit done.  You won’t just finish your 25-page paper on Ruth Bader Ginsburg you’ll actually care about the bitch.  And the next four years are probably gonna determine your path for the rest of your life.  It’s not cheating if everyone’s doing it.  Addy.  20.  Or it’s a gateway to just finishing your paper.  Here.  Just in case.” — Vivek Shah


Ana Torres, Grown-ish, Freeform, Disney–ABC Domestic Television, ABC Signature Studios, Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Francia RaisaAna Torres

“That’s me.  This is, like, a real party.  Oh, God, I’m nervous.  Okay, you’re right.  Oh, my God, I’m so excited, I think I got to poop.  Zoey!  Where are you going?”


Jazlyn and Skylar Forster, Grown-ish, Freeform, Disney–ABC Domestic Television, ABC Signature Studios, Khalabo Ink Society, Cinema Gypsy Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Halle Bailey, Chloe Bailey


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