The world of Canadian television shows is pretty weird, but equally as incredible. They're the people that gave us "Mantracker" and "The Littlest Hobo," which are two of the finest television shows known to man. They also apparently gave us "Wingin' It," which — if Wikipedia is to believed — is a "tween comedy" that pairs an angel-in-training with a kid who has bad luck.
Some of that bad luck, it turns out, is an inability to play basketball. Who better than Randy Foye(notes) to help teach our hard-luck hero Carl? Well, a lot of people, actually, but in this case Foye is doing the basketball tutoring.
That's good advice. All you have to do is believe in yourself, you too will be able to dribble behind your back and between two stationary teenagers on the way to a reverse layup. It's that easy.
Oh, and keep an eye out for Porter, the angel-in-training. If history holds true, he'll be one of the world's biggest rappers in no time. Success as a child actor is pretty much the blueprint for rap stardom in Canada.