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Bob Hearts Abishola

Bob Hearts Abishola
  • Rating: 6.40
  • Year of issue: 2019
  • Genres: Comedy
  • Countries: United States
  • Duration: 20 minutes

A love story about a middle-aged compression sock businessman from Detroit who unexpectedly falls for his cardiac nurse, a Nigerian immigrant, while recovering from a heart attack and sets his sights on winning her over.

  • An American man falls in love with his Nigerian nurse.
  • While Bob waits for Abishola to make the next move, her Auntie Olu and Uncle Tunde make it hard for her by stalking him.
  • Bob attempts to learn more about Nigerian customs while Abishola has to contend with gossip spreading about her relationship with Bob.
  • After Abishola calls off things with Bob, her Auntie Olu sets her up with a Nigerian pharmacist, and Bob tries online dating.
  • After Abishola has a romantic dream about Bob, she tries to suppress her feelings for him and pays the price.
  • Bob and Abishola finally go on a proper date, which is interrupted by Dottie's medical emergency.
  • Bob hires Abishola to take care of Dottie in his home while she recovers. Dottie has a hard time dealing with her limitations and takes it out on Abishola.
  • With Abishola only helping part-time, Bob, Douglas and Christina struggle to take care of Dottie.
  • After Abishola gives her previous suitor a second chance, Uncle Tunde goes behind Auntie Olu's back to warn Bob about the other man who's courting his niece.
  • Bob must gain the confidence to fight for Abishola when she goes on another date with Chukwuemeka. Also, Uncle Tunde finds an unlikely friend in Dottie in the aftermath of his fight with Auntie Olu.
  • Bob, Douglas and Christina try to get Dottie to make a will; Abishola and Kemi's friendship is tested after Abishola catches Kemi in a lie.
  • While Bob and Abishola struggle to pull Dottie out of her depression, Auntie Olu and Uncle Tunde come over to lift her spirits.
  • Abishola doesn't appreciate it when Bob gives her unsolicited parenting advice about her “unhappy son”.
  • Excited by her physical therapy progress, Dottie insists she is ready to return to MaxDot, much to the dismay of Bob, Douglas and Christina.
  • On Valentine's Day, when it comes to showing affection, Bob and Abishola have to find a way to meet each other in the middle.
  • Dottie, Auntie Olu and Uncle Tunde must find a way to reconcile when they're forced to eat dinner together. Also, Bob and Abishola have differing opinions on the progress of their relationship.
  • Abishola takes her relationship with Bob to the next level when she invites him into an intimate part of her life: church. Also, Kemi fights with Ogechi to be Chukwuemeka's favorite.
  • Bob's past and present collide when his ex-wife, Lorraine, is admitted to Abishola's hospital. Also, Christina recruits Kofo for a project to rename the sock colors.
  • Abishola must draw the line when Bob's ex-wife, Lorraine, tries to maneuver her way back into Bob's life. Also, Goodwin is concerned when Christina sets her romantic sights on Kofo.
  • Dottie makes an unexpected connection when she meets a fellow stroke survivor, Hank (John Ratzenberger), at physical therapy. Also, Bob and Douglas try to keep tabs on Christina while she's away at an emotional wellness spa.
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