All is not well with the neighbors on Tyler Perry's If Loving You Is Wrong ! See how Brad's thoughtful and "fun" game night with Randal and Marcie affects Alex on last week's episode as well as what's going on with the rest of the friends.
With Brad putting in extra effort at being a loving husband, and with Marcie fraying at the edges over her suspicions of Randal, Alex's guilt comes bubbling to the surface. On her way out for the day, Marcie confronts Alex about smelling her perfume on Randal's shirt, hoping that it innocently rubbed off with a hug from Alex and isn't from some other woman. Randal, who witnessed the exchange from afar, is relieved to hear that Marcie doesn't suspect Alex of being his lover, but Alex only feels terrible about lying. Watch what happens when Alex's conscience rears its head.
Buffy discovers the identity of the invisible force is Marcie Ross.
In You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, the Peanuts gang perform the various comedy sketches from the original live-action musical.
Charlie Brown's friends each describe him. Charlie Brown is happy as usual and then his friends say that "You're a good man, Charlie Brown". Lucy comes up to Schroeder trying to talk to him about that the two of them should get married("Schroeder"). Schroeder ignores her, then Lucy says "My Aunt Marion was right, never try to discuss marriage with a musician." Charlie Brown has never been able to keep a kite in the air and he hopes that the day it would happen would be today, but he had once again failed("The Kite"). Sally was writing a letter to Ann Flanders about the valentines she gets. Charlie Brown gives Lucy a valentine and screws up and says "This is for you Lucy, Merry Christmas." Charlie Brown sees Marcie and thinks that she is going to give him a valentine but she doesn't. Lucy comes up to Schroeder again and talks about saucepans, and, again, Schroeder can't stand it. Snoopy imagines that he is a wild animal("Snoopy"). Charlie Brown, Schroeder, Linus, and Lucy work on their book reports on "Peter Rabbit"("Book Report"). Lucy teaches Linus about nature in her own way while Charlie Brown tries to correct her.("Little Known Facts").
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