Me, Myself & I is the new CBS series that follows the life of 40-year-old Alex Riley (Bobby Moynihan) — in the past, present and future. As a teenager in 1991, the young Chicago Bulls fan is forced to move from Chicago to Los Angeles. In the present, Alex has a difficult time dealing with his failed marriage and economic status. Luckily, he has his friend Darryl to cheer him on and often knock some sense into him. Plus, Darryl lets Alex live in his garage.
40-year-old Darryl is portrayed by Jaleel White. He’s known for his roles on Fake It Til You Make It (Reggie Culkin), Grown Ups (J. Calvin Frazier), and Family Matters (Steve Urkel). The UCLA Film School grad is also recognized for his roles in films including Dreamgirls (Talent Booker), and as the voice of Sonic the Hedgehog by SEGA. Me, Myself & I airs Mondays at 10pm on CBS.