Analysis Of Everybody Hates Chris

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Everybody Hates Chris, a TV Show

Everybody Hates Chris is an American sitcom inspired by the teenage experiences of comedian Chris Rock while growing up in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York from 1985 to 1989. Motivated by his childhood experiences, Emmy comedian Chris Rock narrates this very funny and touching story of a teenager growing up as the eldest of three children in Brooklyn, New York during the 1980s Uprooted to a neighborhood and bused into a predominantly white middle school two hours away by his strict Parents who work hard. This writer shows how this TV show tried to address the diversity in America and how. In addition, the way the show was based on stereotypes when depicting certain groups. Finally,
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This reliable, resilient adolescent brings a unique comedic twist to their daily trials and surprises in "Everybody Hates Chris".

The year that Chris turned 13 was 1982. Filled with dreams that being a teenager would be great, Chris entry into adolescence is turning out to be less pleasant. He moved from the projects to the tough Brooklyn neighborhood "Bed-Stuy" Chris is still stuck in its big brother role. Like family "emergency adult," which is responsible for the care of his younger brother Drew and Tonya her younger sister while their parents are working; Drew, though younger, is taller and safer than Chris, while Tonya is the baby of the family, who gets all the attention from their parents.

Rough, cost conscious father Julius Chris works numerous jobs in order to properly support his family. Meanwhile, his strict, sassy mother Rochelle who works part time in a small realty office, runs the household on a tight budget, while demanding the best for their
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But first, he's going to have to think, talk or run his way through one growing experience after another, both at home and school, and in any number of buses on the road. Reviews for the show were positive. The American Film Institute selected Everybody Hates Chris as one of the best television series 10, 2007, indicating that the show "offers a very real look at growing up in America - a challenge that calls for a debate on race and class often absent from television today. Everybody Hates Chris won an NAACP Image Award for his writing in 2008. He also has been nominated for the Golden Globes and the Emmy
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