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The comedy series explores the story of two college graduates who face different paths in their lives in Rent-T-Own in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood. Now, the duo is challenging their reality and working to realize their dreams in entrepreneurship as they face many obstacles and challenges in their career after graduation.
That experience directly informs "Sherman's Showcase," but it can also be seen in "South Side," whose scenes and episodes don't build (at least not in any intricate or surprising way) but skip along from joke to joke, verbally and visually.
"South Side" is a fearless, unapologetic, equal opportunity offender - sometimes going to near absurdist lengths in shining a spotlight on racial and cultural and societal issues, but never in mean-spirited fashion.
Brought to life by local Chicagoans, both in front of and behind the camera, "South Side" succeeds in what it sets out to do: give viewers a more complete, if humorous depiction of life on Chicago's south side.