Cuts is an American sitcom created by Eunetta T. Boone and Bennie R. Richburg, Jr. as a spinoff of the sitcom One on One, about a family-run barber shop with two very different personalities trying to run it together.
For years, the Barnes' family-run barbershop has been a place where guys can get a trim while shooting the breeze about anything.
So when the barbershop is sold to a large hair salon chain, prodigal son Kevin Barnes finds himself co-managing the shop and butting heads with the new owner's spoiled daughter, Tiffany, as they try to turn the barbershop into a success.
With differing ideas about how to make the shop a success, these two new partners find themselves in a battle of the sexes.
Kevin is adamant about keeping it a place where men can hang out, watch sports and have a beer, all while getting a haircut. Tiffany wants to create an urban oasis for women and men; where they can offer massages, highlights and lattes made to order.
The direction of the new business also has the current employees taking sides. Tiffany's improvements have all of the female employees excited, particularly Candy, the sassy manicurist, who has no qualms about sprucing up her surroundings.
But Kevin's updates have heavy support from the male staff, especially Walt, the gambling barber, who knows he can try to win some extra cash if sports are playing all day in the shop.
Believing that they each have something to prove to themselves and their families, Kevin and Tiffany agree to incorporate both under one roof. But running a business is not as easy as it appears, as the two will have to ride the many speed bumps along the way.
But these two people from completely different worlds, with very different approaches to life, will work to find some common ground and try to turn this local barbershop in a burgeoning neighbourhood into the hottest and hippest spa on the Eastern seaboard.