This moving and, at times, very humorous drama is about Jerri, a Black mother, and her new boyfriend, Jake. He has spent the night with Jerri. Jerri fixes him a good down home breakfast and introduces him to her teenaged son, Hunter. Naturally, Jake's pretty surprised to hear that Jerri has a son. He is even more surprised and filled with consternation when Hunter comes to breakfast for Hunter is severely brain damaged. Jake then has to make a big decision: just how much does he care for Jerri? This touching play--a must for college, black, and community theatre groups--was a success at New York City's Actors Studio. The universality of its subject matter makes Hunter a sure winner.