Rob Anderson (Marlon Wayans) is nervous about finally getting married to his beautiful fiancé Megan (Regina Hall).
In a twisted way, the universe forces him to relive the same nerve-wracking hours over and over again until he gets things right on his wedding day.
Set in the rural American South during World War II, D this is an epic story of two families pitted against one another by a ruthless social hierarchy, yet bound together by the shared farmland of the Mississippi Delta.
Andy points out that Kim’s lips are considerably bigger.
She agrees and he asks what the end game is with the lips. The apparently caught Sheree talking crap with Kim about Cynthia on the after show. Andy says that Kim has a way of pivoting like, I believe he meant Sarah Huckabee does.
Over the course of a decade, the two of them play out a star-crossed love story. After a 3-year stint in prison, an unreasonably optimistic middle-aged man returns to his stagnant neighborhood to win back his girlfriend only to find that she and his family have done what they always wanted to do – forget he exists.
In the rough neighborhoods of South Central Los Angeles, former Black Panther Aquil Basheer fights gang violence with education and communication.
I don’t expect this episode to be as good as last week’s or next week. Andy plays a package where Porsha calls Kenya a prostitute.