Samuel L. Jackson, Bernie Mac, Sharon Leal, Adam Herschman, Sean Hayes
Riding high on success, Marcus Hook and the Real Deal felt that life could never get better. Sadly, they were right. Soon after their breakout hit, Marcus left the group to pursue a solo career. As a result, Floyd and Louis were forced to pick up the pieces and keep the band alive and well. But after their one breakout hit, 'Walk in the Park,' the guys split up due to “creative differences.” Now, flash forward to the present day. Floyd is a retired car-wash owner and Louis is a run-down mechanic.