I have also heard that the show will be cancelled. The radio station gave an e-mail address, but I was driving and couldn't write it down. I know you have to send complaints or requests to someone at CBS. I must also, say that I never watched the show. I always try to watch new shows, but again timing wouldn't let me. I would watch "Who wants to be a Millionaire" (even though we still haven't been represented). You are also correct, in though the casting is great, the show can be bad. I watch ER, but have never watched Chicago Hope. To me, one type of show is enough. Remember when there was a surge of talk shows 5- 10 years ago? Look who is left, only a handful.
I feel you on the "keeping it real". Today we have more and more blacks in Congress, college, and the corporate world. But to be "real" is to be ignorant, use ebonics (which they wanted to teach as a subject, PLEASE!),and be poor. I don't understand it either. I earned my college diploma and even though it may not have been from an "ivy" league school or the college rated best in america, it is still important and real to me and my family. I don't change anything about me or my clothes when I'm with my friends or co-workers. I keep it real for myself!