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A lively but surly fellow named LeRoy Brown (David Mann) attempts to open and operate a retirement home in this sitcom spun off from "Tyler Perry's House of Payne." First up: Brown gets help in his venture from a doctor (Lamman Rucker), the doc's nurse wif (more…)
Brown tries to fill a handyman position and settles on a fellow aspiring to become a lawyer. Meanwhile, Sasha decides to work as a nurse for Brown. Also arriving: an alluring but dim-bulbed heiress named London Sheraton (Arielle Vandenberg), who's at the h (more…)
When two troubled orphans arrive at the Brown home, Sasha and Will ponder whether to be their foster parents or not. Meanwhile, diva duo London Sheraton and Miss Daisy take part in a battle of wits when they appear on a local television program.
Chaotic actions in the house prompt Brown to organize a surprise "family day" for the residents. Lo and behold, the sole family arrival is the Colonel's estranged daughter. Meanwhile, neighborhood frat boys perform a step show for the gang. And Will and Sa (more…)
Sasha must confront her past when a former abusive boyfriend is released from prison and pays her a visit. And the pressure's on for Brown, who desperately searches for a lost winning raffle ticket for a cruise to the Bahamas.
Brown tunes up when he enters a gospel-choir contest, one that he's lost to a flamboyant nemesis six years running. Elsewhere, Cora's longtime friend takes a walk on the wild side during a visit.
The gang is concerned when a troubled Brianna receives a school suspension. Meanwhile, two aspiring fraternity members pull a prank on Brown, but not without consequences. And the boys' faculty adviser (Cameron Arnett) makes romantic moves on Cora.
Season 2 opens with Will and Sasha attempting to keep Brianna and Joaquin from being adopted. Elsewhere, Brown suspects that the neighborhood frat boys are growing pot, so he tries to smoke them out.
A magazine writer plans to author an article on the house, and an excited Brown anticipates the reporter's arrival. But when Edna's paramour dies in her room, Brown rushes to hide the body from the columnist. Meanwhile, a drama springs up between Sasha and (more…)
Will worries that he's not a good father, setting off dramas that affect the children. Meanwhile, Brown considers marketing the secret recipe to his zippy barbecue sauce. But there's a bitter aftertaste when he loses the recipe.