No one speaks as fast as Madea: not her relatives, not the innocents she browbeats into submission, not the dreaded popo.
She may look like a stodgy Church Lady, but she’s a bawdy homespun terrorist with the street in her blood — in “Boo!
I just wanna know how a show becomes the #1 comedy on cable in the country, however, i turn to another channel and state of grace has become the number 1 drama on cable in history??? Tyler Perry is a talented guy but his movies stink and this show along with that new one he came up with is crap..TBS apparently knows comedy then they would drop the show and pick up something better!!
This show stinks bad..i don't even know if African American people actually watch this show?
Kettering’s Associates Committee hosted their Annual Bunny Hop at 583 Park Avenue.
This SMSKCC tradition is considered the most noteworthy family event of the year.
ET/PT) delivered 3.6 million viewers (L 3) and ranked as the night’s #1 cable telecast for women.(Unless, of course, you count the fact that half of the film’s frat boys talk like “gangstas.”) It’s simply a non-issue. Of course, this being a Tyler Perry movie, it’s also set in a place where things haven’t evolved at all, and that’s the one occupied by Tiffany’s great-aunt, Madea, that old-school badass frump hellion who never gets old.It has something to do with her rage, and with how quickly she talks: Perry, done up in pearls and a dress of crimson paisley large enough to house a refrigerator, plays Madea, as always, by tearing through his lines as if the character’s very existence depended on her beating everyone to the punchline.The cast includes Michael Jai White, Tasha Smith, Brad James, Cocoa Brown, Crystle Stewart, Jason Olive, Kent Faulcon, and Kiki Haynes.LOS ANGELES – Continuing its successful partnership with prolific producer Tyler Perry, OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network announced today a 38-episode order for a new comedy series from Perry, “The Paynes,” a spinoff of his popular series “House of Payne.” The network has also ordered 44 additional episodes of Perry’s hit OWN drama series “The Haves and the Have Nots” and 18 episodes of “If Loving You is Wrong.” Written, directed and produced by Tyler Perry, “The Paynes” meets back up with Curtis and Ella Payne (stars La Van Davis and Cassi Davis reprising their roles) who are trying to enjoy their retirement in Florida only to get roped into a real estate deal that will tumble their lives like clothes in a dryer.