[Krysta Youngs'”One Life” plays] Hey, hey, hey Attention,excuse me, hello, hi. My name is Will Cooper,your room parent. I am single. This is what’s become ofthe American male. He’s single, we’re single. No, I’ve never beenthat single. Now in production for ABC, the new comedy”Single Parents.” This is a group of people who underany othercircumstance wouldn’t be brought together. Parents!Will Cooper! I just wanted to, uh,circle back and see where we arevis–vis committee. But they share thiscommon bond of trying to raisea child. We’re single parents.We don’t volunteer. We just try and surviveuntil a time in the day when it’s appropriateto open wine. We got one life So we know our goal is To live a large life You’re rich and available The things thatI find the funniest about the show myself,are things that I can relate to as a parent. Why do you have this? I’ve never seen thatbefore in my life. Dude, your wallet isin here, and a bag of popcorn that’s still hot! We’ve seen so many shows aboutdifferent types of families andthe family dynamic, but I don’t remember ever seeing anything about just single parents.Here you go.Get yourself something nice. I can’taccept tips. Okay, it, uh, dropped onthe floor. It’s a showabout howeverybody gets along becausethey have to. They all happen to be raising theirkids alone. And there’s a bitof disfunction in all of us. In this show, not only areyou gettingthe funny. And it’shilarious. But you’re also gettingthe tender moments, so it’s gonna be tuggingon some heartstrings. Get ready. When you have kids,something happens to you. You become mush.Hmm. You gotta hide that.That little weirdo’s gonna get his heart broken.I honestly don’t know ifI’m capable of hiding my mush. I love making people laugh. I love comedy.But if I can be involved in a show that makes you laugh,that sort of balance of humor and heart is somethingI’ve found in “Single Parents.” It take a village — Don’t say it. Takes a village — No. [Childrenplaying] Cut.That was great! Great, great.Love that..