A hip-hop artist has visions of being brutally interrogated by the police and begins to doubt his own identity.



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Episode credited cast:
Marvin Gardens / Dwayne Grant
Jasmine Gardens / Police Detective
Psychiatrist / Detective
Meshach Peters ...
Marvin Jr.
Uniformed Cop
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A hip-hop artist has visions of being brutally interrogated by the police and begins to doubt his own identity.

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Release Date:

5 February 2003 (Canada)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Himself - Host: [opening narration] When you're at the top of your game like Marvin Gardens, the only thing left to conquer is fear, fear that your success won't last, that maybe, just maybe, you might fall back into a life you once escaped.
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When I die I wanna be high
18 July 2012 | by (brooklyn NY) – See all my reviews

***SPOILERS*** Top hip hop singer & song writer Marvin Garden, Wood Harris, has been having frightening black outs of late where he finds himself back in his old crime ridden housing projects where he grew up as a kid. Being interrogated by the police as being a suspected neighborhood gang banger named Dwayne Grant Marvin is accused of him offing a policeman during a drug raid in his buildings basement. The black outs have become so real that Marvin goes to see psychiatrist Dr. Sinclear, Brian Markenson, for professional help.

Told that he's been working too hard in the studio at his music Dr.Sinclear gives Marvin strong psychotic medication to overcome his very pressing problems. So pressing that their slowly driving him insane and estranging Mavin from his both wife Jasmine, Kimberly Elise, and four year old son Marvin Jr, Meshach Peters. As his black outs become more and more uncontrollable Marvin is even willing to, but doesn't, go down to the local drug pusher to get the "good stuff" to elevate his mind altering hallucinations.

***SPOILERS*** It's when Marvin is brought to the deep end and finally beyond it that the truth shockingly comes out about what he's been suffering through this "Twilight Zone" episode. Marvin has been living like the song says in "Two Different Worlds" one real and one make believe. And it's the world of reality not make believe that in the end finally as well as sadly took control of him and his life. As for the cop that Marvin was accused of, as Dwayne Grant, killing his killer was apprehended and confessed to his crime after it was too late to help Marvin.

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