True's idol is a fashion icon and a true eccentric. He mixes conservative lines with surprising details and has a habit of hiring and firing people at random. Like an absent-minded professor, Max runs a multi-million dollar corporation, but he can never find his car keys. He's never been married, but True's determined to find him a girlfriend...
By the over 13 crowd, Greg Proops is best known for his unpredictable appearances on the hit improvised comedy show "Whose Line is it Anyway?" but the under-5 set would recognize his voice anywhere as that of "Bob the Builder" on the popular preschool PBS series. His long list of TV credits includes "Last Comic Standing," "Ugly Betty," "Just Shoot Me," "Veronica's Closet," "The Drew Carey Show," and more. Proops regularly hosts his own live comedy chat show at Hollywood's Largo, featuring guests like Sarah Silverman and Jack Black, among many others, and has improvised with Drew Carey, Ryan Styles, Kathy Kinney, Colin Mochrie and more as part of the Improv All Stars, who performed for the troops in Bosnia, Kosovo and the Persian Gulf as part of the USO.
With her passion for fashion, True Jackson gets the chance of a lifetime when she's hired as the vice president for a major clothing label. The only problem? Her new coworkers aren't too thrilled to have a 15-year-old as their boss.