Flex Washington is Baltimore's sexiest sportscaster who takes on the challenge of raising his sassy 14-year old daughter, Breanna. As Flex masters the art of fatherhood, he discovers his daughter is not afraid to share her opinion on his parenting skills or life choices. Duane, Flex's lifelong friend, and Breanna's godfather, is a used car salesman who repels women as fast as Flex attracts them. Spirit is Breanna's best pal and partner in crime, while Arnaz, a Lenny Kravitz wannabe, remains Breanna's most devoted fan.

One on One - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2001-09-03

One on One - One on One (song) - Netflix

“One on One” is a song performed by American musical duo Hall & Oates. Written by member Daryl Hall, the song was released as the second single from their eleventh studio album H2O on January 29, 1983. Backed by minimalistic, synthesizer-based production, the song's lyrics incorporate various sports metaphors to describe seduction. Daryl Hall performs lead vocals, while John Oates provides backing harmony vocals. It peaked at number seven on the United States Billboard Hot 100, becoming one of three top ten singles from H2O. The song's music video, directed by Mick Haggerty and C.D. Taylor, depicts Hall walking around a city street singing the song, interspersed with shots of him performing on a stage with Oates. Robert Christgau of The Village Voice named it the eighth-best video of the year in his ballot for the annual Pazz & Jop critics' poll. “One on One” has been covered and sampled by various artists and was notably used in several commercials for the National Basketball Association.

One on One - Chart performance - Netflix

One on One - References - Netflix