The cast of Bob Hearts Abishola surrounds the two stars of the show as they sit together on their favorite park bench.

The cast of Bob Hearts Abishola

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Take our quiz to reveal the lovable, laugh-inducing cast member whose personality most closely resembles yours!

By John Kennedy


Are you Bob Hearts Abishola’s responsible yet romantic Bob (Billy Gardell)? Or his determined dreamer wife Abishola (Folake Olowofoyeku)?


Maybe you’re his tough-as-nails mom Dottie (Christine Ebersole), his laidback but loyal brother Douglas (Matt Jones), or his emotional open-book of a sister Christina (Maribeth Monroe). Then again, maybe you’re Abishola’s acerbic and forthright Auntie Olu (Shola Adewusi), her take-life-as-it-comes Uncle Tunde (Barry Shabaka Henley), her talented and hip yet still sensitive son Dele (Travis Wolfe, Jr.), or her not-to-be-ignored mother Ebunoluwa (Saidah Arrika Ekulona).


Read on to find out.


Bob ❤️ Abishola airs Mondays at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT on CBS. Stream anytime on Paramount+.


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1. What’s your favorite TV show?

\u200bEbunoluwa sits in a leather chair wearing a bright dashiki dress and green headdress and wrinkling her nose at her cell phone.

Ebunoluwa in the Season 3 episode “Inappropriate Nakedness”

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A) The Amazing Race

B) Mike & Molly

C) The Drew Barrymore Show

D) Come Dance with Me

E) Tough as Nails

F) Bar Rescue

G) Mother Knows Best (not a real show but it should be)

H) The Price is Right

I) Let’s Make a Deal

2. What do others most admire about you?

Uncle Tunde and Auntie Ola beam at each other and hold hands while sitting in white chairs and wearing bright blue and orange traditional Nigerian clothing.

Uncle Tunde and Auntie Ola

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A) Your grit and determination

B) Your dependability

C) Your perseverance

D) Your creative energy

E) Your toughness

F) Your easygoing attitude

G) How others fear you

H) How you tell it like it is

I) How you get along with everyone

3. The best thing about America is ...

Bob sits on his newly acquired boat wearing a captain\u2019s hat with Abishola, Uncle Tunde, Aunt Olu, and Dele as they clink tropical drink glasses.

(L-R): Barry Shabaka Henley as Uncle Tunde, Folake Olowafoyeku as Abishola, Shola Adewusi as Auntie Olu, Billy Gardell as Bob, and Travis Wolfe Jr. as Dele in the Season 4 episode “Americans and Their Dreams."

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A) … the opportunity it offers to anyone willing to work hard.

B) … its diversity.

C) … you can mess up but try again.

D) … its creative energy.

E) … capitalism.

F) … the freedom to not give a crap.

G) … when it minds its own business.

H) … the freedom to speak your mind.

I) … Wendy’s.

4. The best life advice is …

Christina and her coworkers dance in the office.

Maribeth Monroe as Christina in the Season 4 episode “Inner Boss Bitch”

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A) … study and work hard.

B) … follow your heart.

C) … persevere.

D) … dance!

E) … understand that kinda crazy families are kinda normal, if that makes sense.

F) … don’t worry too much about your job title.

G) … respect your mother!

H) … it is better to be a chooser than a beggar.

I) … enjoy the little things and the big things will work themselves out.

5. People would be surprised to know that you …

Uncle Tunde and Auntie Ola pose on a couch smiling and showing off their blue MaxDot compression socks.

Uncle Tunde and Auntie Ola in the Season 3 episode “Compress to Impress”

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A) … know that you don’t know everything.

B) … sometimes need to be alone.

C) … have overcome a lot.

D) … faint at the sight of blood.

E) … are not as tough as you pretend to be.

F) … actually have a bucket list.

G) … are tougher than they can ever imagine.

H) … can be very jealous.

I) … really enjoy being helpful.

6. What is your favorite quote?

Douglas and his workmates wear their khaki MaxDot vests and pause from packing boxes to give a round of applause.

Douglas (Matt Jones) and workmates in the Season 4 episode “Americans and Their Dreams.”

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A) “There will be obstacles. There will be doubters. There will be mistakes. But with hard work, there are no limits.” ―Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps

B) “Follow your heart, but take your brain with you.” ―Anonymous

C) “There are no mistakes in life, only lessons.” —Writer Robin Sharma

D) “Don’t tell people your dreams. Show them.” ―Anonymous

E) “Fall seven times and stand up eight.” ―Japanese proverb

F) “A day of worry is more exhausting than a day of work.” ―Philanthropist John Lubbock

G) “Honor your father and mother.” —God, The 10 Commandments

H) “It took me quite a long time to develop a voice and now that I have it, I am not going to be silent.” —Late U.S. Secretary of State of State Madeleine Albright (1927–2022)

I) “No matter how dark it is, the hand always knows the way to the mouth.” —Nigerian proverb

7. What historical figure would you most want to have dinner with?

Dele, Douglas, Christina, Dottie, Abishola, and Bob gather round the dinner table with Chinese takeout food containers and chopsticks.

Dinner with the family in the Season 3 episode “Wrangling a Greased Pig”

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A) Dr. Rebecca Lee Crumpler, first Black woman to earn an M.D.

B) Henry Ford, American automaker and assembly line innovator

C) Confucius, Chinese philosopher

D) Michael Jackson, legendary entertainer

E) Margaret Thatcher, former British Prime Minister (1979–1990)

F) Sir Isaac Newton, 17th-century British thinker said to have discovered gravity while napping under an apple tree

G) Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt

H) Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti, Nigerian feminist

I) Nelson Mandela, anti-apartheid activist who became South Africa’s first Black president (1994–1999)

8. Complete this sentence. I really ❤️ …

\u200b Bob stands next to a hot tub as Abishola and Gloria enjoy a soak in it while holding cold drinks.

Bob looks on as Abishola and Gloria (Vernee Watson) enjoy a hot tub soak in Season 4.

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A) … acing a test.

B) … romantic vacations.

C) … being appreciated.

D) … dancing.

E) … walking.

F) … a good party.

G) … being obeyed.

H) … being heard.

I) … sharing what I know.

9. Complete this sentence. I really don’t ❤️ …

\u200bDele sits on a couch looking apprehensive while Abishola, Ebunoluwa, Auntie Olu, and Douglas look on disapprovingly.

Dele (Travis Wolfe, Jr.) surrounded by disapproving relatives in the Season 3 episdoe “A Little Slap and Tickle.“

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A) … getting a B (anything below that is unthinkable).

B) … looking back with regret.

C) … keeping my feelings to myself.

D) … anything to do with medicine.

E) … not being independent.

F) … working.

G) … not being obeyed.

H) … not being heard.

I) … trivial arguments.

10. Where would you like to be 10 years from now?

Bob and Abishola sit close together on the couch and smile at each other.

Bob and Abishola in the Season 3 episode “Your Beans Are Flatlining”

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A) Financially secure, taking care of my family, and at the top of my profession

B) Happy and with the person I love

C) In control of my emotions and ready to give and receive love

D) Making people happy through my art

E) Still running the show

F) Rich and retired

G) Enjoying the love of my grandchildren

H) Sipping a martini in the Caribbean

I) Relaxing with my hobbies


Now, gather up your responses and find out whose ❤️ is the most perfect match for your own.

Mostly A: You’re ... Abishola!

Abishola poses from the waist up wearing long braids over one shoulder with a blue sating blouse and a blue and orange patterned skirt.

Abishola (Folake Olowofoyeku)

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You are brave, determined, and a force to be reckoned with—especially on behalf of those you love. You are also a firm believer in the value of educational excellence and working hard to get ahead. While some find your uncompromisingly straightforward views simplistic, you’re not one to care what the world thinks. Your old-fashioned values have gotten you this far, and you’re not about to change them. On the other hand, you realize that not everyone is like you and you are learning to give them—and sometimes yourself—some slack.

Mostly B: You’re ... Bob!

Bob shown from the waist up posing sideways and smiling at the camera wearing a plaid shirt with a floral tie and dark blue blazer.

Bob (Billy Gardell)

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At ❤️ you’re a romantic. But that’s balanced by your deeply ingrained sense of responsibility to others—particularly family, friends, and co-workers—and a degree in realism handed out by the School of Hard Knocks. All that said, when you find one special person to love you’ll move mountains for their happiness. You also realize that you need to recharge your own battery occasionally with “alone time” to reflect on your personal journey.

Mostly C: You’re ... Christina!

A closeup of Christina smiling slightly at the camera and wearing a bright red blouse with a purple and black pattern.

Christina (Maribeth Monroe)

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You’re the proverbial open book when it comes to your thoughts and feelings. While you occasionally share TMI, on the whole people appreciate your emotional honesty and empathy. A constant seeker of wisdom, you acknowledge your past missteps. More important, you are determined to learn important life lessons from them and to do better in the future.

Mostly D: You’re ... Dele!

Dele shown from the waist up wearing a pink and white patterned button shirt and resting one hand on his chin as he smiles at the camera.

Dele (Travis Wolfe, Jr.)

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You’re a living, breathing conduit of creative energy whose main goal in life is to express and share your inner joy through your remarkable talent. While you command the stage you were born for, outside that arena you project an endearing humility and natural niceness. Occasionally this can veer toward shyness and lack of assertiveness. You’re a work in progress, learning that life is a joyful dance which requires balance.

Mostly E: You’re ... Dottie!

Dottie shown from the waist up smiling at the camera and wearing a white blouse with a lavender blazer.

Dottie (Christine Ebersole)

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Tough as Nails isn’t just a hit TV show. It’s YOU. You’ve worked and fought for everything you have, and you don’t leave your fate in the hands of others. Still, life has taught you that sometimes things arebeyond your control and you must trust others. You do, but they have to earn your trust. You’ve also learned to accept (and find amusement in) the fact that nobody’s perfect. Beneath your crusty persona, you’re surprisingly forgiving.

Mostly F: You’re ... Douglas!

Douglas stands with his hands on his hips wearing jeans with an untucked gray button down shirt and short gray jacket.

Douglas (Matt Jones)

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You pride yourself on being uncomplicated. You enjoy leisure time, occasionally interrupted by parties. You’re not a worrier and you’re no phony. While some might say you lack ambition, you also lack the guile that can come with ambition. You’re a gentle soul who is there for family and friends when they need you. You’re basically happy, though deep down you’re searching for something to ignite your passion. The good news is that you have an open heart, so over time you are sure to find it.

Mostly G: You’re ... Ebunoluwa!

Ebunoluwa looks intently at the camera while posting with her arms folded wearing a pink and green patterned shirt with a matching headdress and large gold jewelry.

Ebunoluwa (Saidah Arrika Ekulona)

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Like Abishola’s mom, your worldview tends to be based on the three Rs: religion, relationships, and RESPECT. You have a strong personality and you’re pretty certain that everything works best when you’re in charge. You might be right, but your certainty can be off-putting at times. If you’re getting resistance, ease up a bit in your approach with others and you’re likely to accomplish a lot more.

Mostly H: You’re ... Olu!

\u200bA smiling Auntie Olu shown from the knees up wearing black pants with a bright purple and yellow shirt and yellow headdress.

Auntie Olu (Shola Adewusi)

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You’re a person with strong convictions, and you don’t hold back when expressing them. Happily, your primary motivations are good: caring for those you love and maintaining control over your own life. You succeed at both. You also enjoy having others acknowledge your accomplishments now and then—and you’re not afraid to let them know.

Mostly I: You’re ... Tunde!

Uncle Tunde shown from the waist up in a maroon and pink plaid button down shirt looking at the camera with  his hands in his pants pockets.

Uncle Tunde (Barry Shabaka Henley)

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You’re a person of integrity and honor who delights in sharing your wisdom and lending others a helping hand. You strive to avoid petty conflicts and you get great joy out of the little things in life that so many people take for granted. Overall, you’re happy and content.


Bob ❤️ Abishola airs Mondays at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT on CBS. Stream anytime on Paramount+.

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