Keef is an African-American cartoonist on the verge of mainstream success when an unexpected incident changes his life.
Cast: Lamorne Morris, Blake Anderson, T. Murph, J.B. Smoove, Sasheer Zamata, Rose McIver, Alvina August, Sam Richardson, Tony Hale, Nicole Byer, Cedric the Entertainer, Donna Benedicto, Shannon Chan-Kent, Kurt Long, Shannon Kook, Cree Summer, Elizabeth Bowen, Eddie Griffin, Jack McBrayer, Adam Kirschner
Months later, Keef thinks he's finally arrived in a better place until he's confronted with an unexpected face from the past.
What should be a quick trip across town instead turns into the bus ride from Hell.
After the events at the salon, Keef and Adrienne discuss how to move forward, Clovis helps Ayana get revenge on her ex-girlfriend, and Gunther tests the bounds of his sexual fluidity.
Keef and his friends head to an Oakland artists' salon where he hopes to get in the good graces of the East Bay's artistic elite.
Keef channels his creative energy in a provocative new way.
Being "woke" doesn't pay the bills. It also doesn't save you from awkward small talk at parties thrown by rich white ladies.
Keef grapples with the fallout from the previous day's events while trying to put his life back in order.
Inspired by the life and art of cartoonist Keith Knight, the series revolves around "Keef," a cartoonist living in San Francisco on the cusp of mainstream success when an unexpected incident changes everything.