Fair Game
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Fair Game
When two co-workers who can't see eye to eye in the office are unexpectedly forced to share a living space, their initial distain soon transforms into attraction in this lighthearted look at the romantic games people play from filmmaker Michael Whaley. Michael (Whaley) and Stacey (Torres) can barely get along at the office, much less tolerate each other as roommates - but when Michael and Stacey are forced to move in together, the snooping landlords and gossiping co-workers soon take a backseat to the undeniable affection that they begin feeling for one and other. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"With colorful characters relying on exaggerated Ebonics, this sitcom unfolds like an extended episode of a modern-day, minstrel TV show except not as funny, especially since the stereotypes on display here are by and large woefully outdated."
‑ Kam Williams, BlackNews.com
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