The series ends with Arnaz chasing after Michelle (Brandy Norwood), D-Mack's sister, with whom he has fallen in love while Breanna is shown in bed with D-Mack (Ray J).

The show's theme song "Living One on One", was written and performed by Shanice (wife of the series star Flex Alexander) and Tonex with music composed by Jonathan Wolff and Becky Kneubuhl (who composed the scene-change music for the first season).

The opening titles for the first three seasons featured the cast playing basketball on an outdoor court (though it also showed some characters doing other things at that same setting, e.g., Spirit checking out a boy who walks past her, and Arnaz playing the guitar only to be interrupted by a basketball bouncing in his direction that fell out of Duane's hand and he chases him).

The fourth-season opening titles featured the cast in a dressing room getting ready for a night on the town, the end of the sequence featured a pan shot of the cast wearing different outfits in the mirror from what they are wearing in the beginning of the pan shot.

Breanna's best friend is Spirit Jones (Sicily Sewell) with whom she creates some mischief.

Her other best friend, Arnaz Ballard (Robert Ri'chard), is the object of her on-again, off-again affection.

The show follows the lives of Flex Washington (Alexander) and his teenaged daughter Breanna Barnes (Pratt).

The series begins with Breanna wanting to stay with her father, Flex, whom Breanna used to see only two weeks a year.

The two were just friends, but Breanna became jealous of Arnaz's old girlfriend, Ginger (Khanya Mkhize).

Arnaz became jealous when, in season two, Breanna started dating Josh (Josh Henderson).

The series featured guest appearances from numerous celebrities and athletes, including Lil' Zane, Chris Brown, Brave from Rich Girl, TLC, Lil' Romeo, Jennifer Lopez, Eve, Lloyd, Floetry, Angie Stone, Destiny's Child, Mario, Natasha Bedingfield, Omarion, Brandy, Solange Knowles, Nina Sky, Marques Houston, Missy Elliott, Smokey Robinson, Avant, New Edition, Queen Latifah, Jennifer Freeman, Method Man, Bobby V, Claudia Jordan, Ruben Studdard, and Lisa Leslie, among others.

The show was cancelled when The WB and UPN merged to form The CW.

The series was based in Baltimore for the first four seasons before changing settings to Los Angeles for the final season.