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Handling Baggage 

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Joan Carol Clayton
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Maya Denise Wilkes
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Lynn Ann Searcy
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Antoinette 'Toni' Marie Childress Garrett
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William Jerome Dent (as Reggie Hayes)
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Darnell Wilkes
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Peaches
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Ronnie
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Jabari Wilkes
Ricky Luna ...
Carlos Trujillo
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Baggage Handler (as Maurice Smith)
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Cecily
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Kellie Shanygne Williams (Cecily) and Shawn Harrison (Peaches) who co-started together on the sitcom, Family Matters, appear in this episode, although not together. See more »

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music from episode
21 March 2011 | by See all my reviews

i was searching forever to find out who a couple of artists featured in this series were. not sure why they weren't credited but i finally found the artist from this episode! the song is called 'jealousy' and the artist is damumalik. bought his album recently. awesome!!!! the song was also a really nice touch to this heartbreaking episode. it was also cool to see Kellie Shanygne Williams in this episode. 'Girlfriends' was very good at showcasing underground music. there is another song in the 'A Little Romance' episode that was really nice. still trying to find out who the artist is. anybody know? i just bought the season 3 DVDs but still no clues! still love the show though!!! i highly recommend the DVDs if you haven't bought them already! it was such a great show. any chance of a movie?


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