Here and Now aired from September 1992 until January 1993 on NBC.
Bill Cosby was executive producer of this rather hard-edged, inner-city sitcom, which was as downscale black as The Cosby Show was upper-middle-class "white." A.J. ( played by The Cosby Show's Malcolm-Jamal Warner)was a young graduate student in psychology who voluntered to work at the Upper Manhattan youth Center, a hotbed of smart-alecky and sometimes troubled kids. Reformed delinquent "T" ( Darryl "Chill" Mitchell)was his sidekick and the class clown; Randall ( Pee Wee Love), the tough guy; William ( Shaun Weiss), a street-smart 13-year old; Amy ( Jessica Stone), a fellow student and co-worker at the center; and Ms. St. Marth ( S. Epatha Merkerson)the center's director. A.J. lived with his "Uncle" ( not really) Sydney ( Charles Brown), a doorman and his dad's old war buddy, and had designs on Sydney's cute daughter, his "cousin"( not really) Danielle ( Rachel Crawford).
Although the series strove to reflect black culture( every line seemed to include "yo" or "hey man") it could never quite decide whether it was drama or comedy.One episode might contain a truly frightening standoff between A.J. and a vicious drug dealer, another a warm, friendly comedy-with-a-moral. Here and Now was then-and-gone by January.
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