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Maxine 'Max' Felice Shaw (Character)
from "Living Single" (1993)

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Maxine Shaw


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  1. "Half & Half"
        - The Big Performance Anxiety Episode (2005) TV episode, Played by Erika Alexander (as Maxine Shaw)

  2. "Living Single"
        - To Catch a Thief (1998) TV episode, Played by Erika Alexander
        - Let's Stay Together (1998) TV episode, Played by Erika Alexander
        - In Your Dreams (1997) TV episode, Played by Erika Alexander
        - Misleading Lady (1997) TV episode, Played by Erika Alexander
        - Forgive Us Our Trespasses (1997) TV episode, Played by Erika Alexander
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From "Living Single: Moi the Jury (#4.5)" (1996)
Judge Wills: Ms. Hunter, don't make me use the magic hammer!
Khadijah James: [Quietly, to Max] I hope she know they're not gonna let her take all them wigs to the big house.
Judge Wills: [to Regine] I wish I had the power to sentence the citizen to shame, but, alas, I do not. I find you in contempt of court and sentence you...
Maxine 'Max' Felice Shaw: [Stands up] Excuse me, Your Honor. Maxine Shaw, public defender, Park Slope Alderwoman.
Judge Wills: Yes, Ms. Shaw?
Maxine 'Max' Felice Shaw: I'd like to point out that the juror is a solid citizen, with community...
Judge Wills: Ms. Shaw, you are an officer of the court and a public official and you're telling me that you know this simpleton?
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