The Dis Reality Show With B-Rock Action ⋄ Biography ⋄ Comedy ⋄ Crime ⋄ Documentary ⋄ Drama ⋄ Experimental ⋄ Family ⋄ Independent ⋄ Music ⋄ Other ⋄ Thriller The Dis-Reality Show starring B-Rock -- a 21 year old Bipolar rapper armed with a witty play on words and a head flooded with stories he cryptically tells through his haunting rhymes. B-rock aspires to become the world's next best rapper, and no doubt, he's got the talent to accomplish that. However, his dreams are constantly hindered by the abuse of New York's town of Cornwall Police Department. Recorded and Taped over the past 5 Years, sit in and witness how this young superstar invents a new genre of rap with his first album "Bipolar Disorder" despite how he has struggled to understand his mental condition, Bipolar Disorder, as well as dealing with the abusive cops in his own town. All too often, this talented young man is on the verge of committing suicide because of the cops trying to lock him up in jail based on false accusations. When Sergeant Dixon lies on a police report, then attempts to arrest the father in the court house once he realizes he has to lie on the stand, the drama boils over. Watch the gripping drama of a father and son's struggle to stay alive amidst the corruption and web of lies created by the very authorities that America holds true to its heart. In season Two, tune in on a father's fight to expose the corruption and keep his son out of jail, while still promoting his son's music, consoling the souls afflicted by bipolar disorder. Season Two brings the audience up to date, when the action really picks up as B-Rock, Bobby Henriksen tries to record his second album, "Face the Music." Will he get to record Face the Music, or will B-Rock Face the Music? Don't miss out on this action-packed, dramatic storyline as it plays out in real time.
Ain't Life Grand Comedy ADHD Entertainment is proud to bring you “Ain’t Life Grand!”—a sitcom written by and about an honest hard-working man in a small, unassuming town in the Hudson Valley of New York.