Tracy Morgan attends the premiere of "The Last O.G." at New York's The William Vale, March 29, 2018.
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TBS' "The Last O.G.," starring Tracy Morgan as a man just out of prison and learning his way around a changed world, also holds a lesson in comedy chemistry. Morgan's Tray has it with "Girls Trip" star Tiffany Haddish, who plays the ex-flame who built a successful life and marriage instead of waiting out his 15-year-long sentence for dealing drugs.Tray doesn't want to claim the title of dad or upend Shay's family, Morgan said, but he does want to be part of a parental trio and have a role in the lives of his children, Amira (Taylor Mosby) and Shazad (Dante Hoagland).While the cast is predominantly African-American, aside from Shay's white husband, the show is meant for all, Morgan said.
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