Madea - Wikipedia
This is a list of episodes for Tyler Perry's sitcom Meet the Browns on TBS. Each episode's name begins with "meet" or "meet the". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia [show wikipedia page here] Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns is an American sitcom created and produced by playwright. With Tamela J. Mann, Angela Bassett, Tyler Perry, David Mann. A single mom she never met. There, her clan is introduced to the crass, fun-loving Brown family.
Brenda decides to take her children to Georgia to attend her father's funeral.
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She is met by his other children who were unaware of her existence. As she gets to know her newfound relatives, she is surprised to run into Harry but learns that he lives in the same town and is on good terms with her father's family. At dinner, it is revealed that the eldest son of "Pop" Brown, LB, was the only one who knew about Brenda. On his deathbed, their father confessed to LB that he had been a pimp in Chicago and that Brenda's mother, his mother, and a number of other friends of their father's that they had known were all his working girls.
The family now recognize Brenda as one of their own and offer their support and encouragement. Brenda and her children return to Chicago. Mike Jr rejects him and leaves.
In an attempt to make money to help his mother's situation, he turns to his friend Calvin who is a drug dealer. Harry sees Mike Jr selling drugs and counsels him. While Harry and Brenda go on a date, Mike Jr tells his friend that he no longer wants to take part in illegal activities and he is shot. This leads to a further breakdown in the relationship between Brenda and her ex.
Harry reaches out to the Browns to ask for help in getting her father's old place for her and her kids.
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They renovate the home and surprise Brenda. Despite this gesture, Brenda's insecurities and family gossip lead to her having doubts about Harry's motives and they split up. Though much of this direction and guidance tends to come in the form of extreme warmongering, Madea's heart is always in the right place.
Madea also instructs troubled individuals about the mistakes they've made in their life choices and leads them down the path of forgiveness and improvement. While in prison in the film Madea Goes to Jail, Madea attends an anger management church meeting under duress.
During the meeting, Madea ends up lecturing all the women to stop playing victims, stop whining, and start taking action to improve their lives.
Madea is mentally strong and offers nurturing advice to struggling individuals whom she cares for. Pet peeves[ edit ] Madea has a series of pet peeves: Madea's family[ edit ] Note: There are a few discrepancies and plot holes in Madea's family tree as between the regular films and the stage-plays Madea's mother[ edit ] In the book Tyler Perry's Don't Make a Black Woman Take Off Her Earrings, Madea gives details on her mother, "Big Mable" Murphy, who was described as "unusually large".
Joe Joe also played by Perry is Madea's most recognizable brother as he lives with her and frequently appears in Madea films. A wise guy who is very coarse, misbehaved, and ornery, Joe has no qualms with such tendencies as openly farting and hurling about insulting wisecracks about people, including Madea.
Despite being elderly, he constantly makes crude passes at younger women. Joe regularly smokes marijuana in spite of his need to be on oxygen. On smoking marijuana, Joe has stated, "God made this for us. God made this little tree, Viagra and oxygen.
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Put them altogether and you can take a woman to heaven and back! Brian, Donna, and George Needleman. The Joe character precedes the Madea character in debut, as Joe's first appearance was in the play ''I Know I've Been Changed''taking place when the Madea character had not yet originated. Brian, Donna, and George Brian also played by Perry is a criminal defense attorneywho often gets roped into Madea's messes as he represents her in the many criminal trials Madea lands herself in.
Joe's daughter, Donna, is married to Isaac. She appeared in Madea's Family Reunion. Barbara confirms this by comparing George's age to how many years ago Joe had the affair with her. However, George never finds out about this despite several hints from Joe. Therefore, George is Madea's distant nephew. The film begins with everyone leaving Irene's funeral. Madea's parenting, husbands, and children[ edit ] In Madea Goes to Jail, it was revealed that Madea supported her children by strippingpole dancingand professional wrestlingamong other things.
Madea has buried nine husbands, among them Jimmy and Johnny. Madea claims to have shot some of them and poisoned others of them with her sweet potato pie. After each husband died, they were buried quickly and Madea collected their life insurance checks.
Each time it's happened, Madea has stated "I'm tryin' to get to the insurance company by five, and the casino by nine! Madea implies that she was glad when he died and that their marriage wasn't good.
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Johnny's niece Vickie appears in Family Reunion; she is the mother of four sons. Daughter with first husband: Michelle Griffin Madea's daughter, Michelle Griffin, was born when Madea and her first husband, Johnny, were teenagers. Michelle grew up to be a prostitute and neglectful mother of two daughters of her own, Maylee and Vianne, who appear in the play, I Can Do Bad All by Myself.
Michelle's children might have different fathers. Michelle's husband was a drunk who didn't spend enough time with either of his children. Madea explains that Michelle did not know the father of Maylee and called her "Maybe" because she was sleeping with four or five men when she got pregnant.
Madea changed it to "Maylee" when she took her and Vianne out of the projects to raise them. Maylee has a year-old daughter Keisha, who is also seen as pregnant. Cora Simmons Madea's daughter, Cora Simmons, is her most recognized and only child to appear in most of the plays and movies.
Cora is 50 in Diary of a Mad Black Woman. She was born in when Madea was Cora is a devout Christian and is often in the company of her father Leroy Brown. Tina and Lisa only appear in Family Reunion, but are the only granddaughters to be mentioned all the time.