The guys move their bank accounts to another bank to prevent Keisha from having access to 'C-Sports Now' finances. Then, as Keisha prepares to take Richard to divorce court, she fakes an attack on herself and has Marcus, Joseph, Richard and Todd arrested.
The laughs just keep on coming with 'Tyler Perry's For Better or Worse'! Join the millions of Americans who can't get enough of Marcus and Angela, Leslie and Joseph, and even Keisha!
Angie and Leslie convince Jennifer to sit down with Leslie's therapist friend, who is HIV-positive. She tells them her story, but will this persuade Jennifer to get tested?
Leslie persuades the girls into getting mammograms for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Jennifer is nervous about getting a mammogram--so much so that she tries to flee the doctor's waiting room, but can she outrun Angela and Leslie?
Keisha asks Marcus to spend some time with her daughter, Dominique, and he agrees to do it out of concern for the girl. Keisha doesn't want Dominique to find out that Marcus is not her father, but will Marcus keep Keisha's secret?
Keisha pressures Marcus to spend time with her daughter, Dominique, who still believes Marcus is her father. Marcus agrees to see her, but only after he gets approval from Angela.
This show about the ups and downs of relationships picks up right where Season 2 left off. Find out whether Angela has changed, whether Keisha's still crazy and whether Leslie will call off her wedding to Chris!
Angela tries to play a memory game with Marcus to see if he remembers the good times about their relationship. Then, Joseph gets ahold of one of Leslie's old calendars and begins to stalk her.
Joseph misses Leslie and wants her to be part of his life again. They agree to be friends, but Joseph is convinced they'll end up back together.
Dominique overhears Richard and Keisha admit that Marcus is not her father.
Angela pushes Keisha to tell Dominique the truth about Marcus not being her father. In retaliation, Keisha poisons Dominique against Angela and Marcus.
The latest film from iconoclastic independent filmmaker Gregg Araki, KABOOM is a hyper-stylized ”Twin Peaks” for the Coachella Generation, featuring a gorgeous young cast. A wild, witty and sex-drenched horror-comedy thriller, KABOOM tells the story of Smith (Thomas Dekker), an ambisexual 18-year-old college freshman who stumbles upon a monstrous conspiracy in a seemingly idyllic Southern California seaside town. KABOOM shares key touchstones of Araki’s early films, including scatological and absurd Valley-inflected dialogue, elements of campy gore and Araki’s troupe of arrestingly sexy guys and girls. With his sophisticated synthesis of various experiments in tone and cinematography, Araki has reached a new level of artistic maturity.
June faces a moral dilemma, choosing between Chloe or her dream job.
In the fifth season premiere, after Derwin's accusations of abortion, Melanie reveals a dark secret from her past.
Melanie meets her very own Dr. McHottie (Guest star Jason Olive) at the hospital where she is a first year resident.
Ella makes the family give up the use of all electronic devices; CJ learns a surprising secret; a Hollywood actor does research at the barbershop for his next movie.
While investigating the murder of a music industry executive, Mac is puzzled by the account of the victim's sister, who passes a lie detector test and swears that she and her sibling were attacked by a woman who broke into their home. However, the sister had a motive to kill her own brother, given his lucrative life insurance policy. Meanwhile, Danny and Det. Angell investigate the death of a beautiful woman found dead in a stranger's bathtub. Also, Stella has a medical scare while investigating a crime scene.
A case involving a man's torched corpse whose bones and tissues had been harvested leads Nick and Keppler into the disturbing world of illegally sold human body parts. Meanwhile, Warrick and Sara learn more than they care to about the workings of a new-concept "host club" for women after discovering that a reportedly happily married murdered woman had been pursuing a "relationship" with Jesse, one of the establishment's most handsome and popular young hosts.
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Reid finds himself in danger when he falls for a starlet whose stalker has turned into a killer.
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The team investigates the murder of a teenage girl partying in Miami on her way to the Bahamas with her high school class.
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(Season One finale) After hosting a memorable coming-out party for the premiere of 'The Comeback,' Valerie makes an even more memorable guest appearance on 'The Tonight Show.'
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Excited about a 'Room and Bored' episode dedicated to her character, Valerie pulls some strings to get a 'name' actor to play Aunt Sassy's romantic interest. Mark's behavior at the Viper Room brings to light some 'intimacy' issues that are ultimately too hot for the camera.
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With the cast in a funk following a lackluster premiere, Valerie tries to boost morale with a late-night cookie delivery that gives new meaning to her trademark line, 'I don't want to see that!' Mickey accuses Valerie of sharing details about his private life with Juna, and Valerie tries to persuade Shayne to see her reality show in a different light.
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