Season 2 continues to follow the first black cop in a small town, Amir Johnson (Che Holloway), and his overtly racist partner Stanton (Tim O’Connor). Johnson and Stanton are an unlikely “buddy cop” duo in a post-Ferguson world where nobody trusts the police, and the police themselves are forced to reckon with their negative image to no avail. Throughout the season, they mistake cell phones for guns, navigate the blue wall of silence, and fail miserably at community engagement, all the while mishandling everyone from social justice warriors to their own Union representatives.
Winner, Best Comedy, NYC Web Fest, 2019; Official Selection, NYC Web Fest, 2017; Official Selection, Orlando Film Festival, 2017; Best Short Comedy, Cinema New York, 2017; Daily Pick, Stareable; Official Selection, Chain Film Festival, 2017; DaF Award Honorable Mention, Brooklyn Web Fest, 2017; Official Selection, Revolution Me Film Festival, 2017; Official Selection, Web Series Festival Global, 2017; Official Selection, Brooklyn Web Fest, 2016; Award of Recognition, Indie Film Awards, 2016
Brian guest stars in a season three episode of the comedy web series Dark Justice as a middle school teacher who loves God, country, guns and law enforcement… in a way that all four would ask for a restraining order.