Miss Robbie Montgomery, an ex-background singer for Ike and Tina Turner, is as sassy and savvy as ever in an all-new season of the hit show, Welcome to Sweetie Pie's! She and her son Tim ... See full summary »
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Charles Crenchaw
(62 episodes, 2011-2016)
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Miss Robbie Montgomery, an ex-background singer for Ike and Tina Turner, is as sassy and savvy as ever in an all-new season of the hit show, Welcome to Sweetie Pie's! She and her son Tim are working hard to open their third soul food restaurant - Sweetie Pie's "The Upper Crust," and through all of the construction setbacks, the cost escalations, and the family turmoil, this mother/son team are set to pull it off by the skin of their teeth. While the family is figuring out how they are going to keep three busy restaurants going, Miss Robbie's nephew Lil' Charles struggles to be taken seriously as a manager, Tim and Jenae take a long hard look at their rocky relationship and their plans for a wedding, and Miss Robbie looks ahead to her future and her legacy. Will her family be stable enough to inherit her empire? Will she be willing to slow down at any point? Always food for the soul, Welcome to Sweetie Pie's is bound to leave you hungry for more. Written by Coolfire Originals

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The queen of soul food is back! (season 2)

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Excellent show that shows what family is all about!
26 December 2012 | by (Spring Hill, FL) – See all my reviews

Well filmed & edited, with amazing shots of the beauty of St Louis, you get to see real people; a real family struggle to make it. You may see yourself & your own family in this one. It encourages you to ask the question; what would I do in that situation? By watching this family overcome their challenges, you may find the answer to how to handle something in your own life, may have your faith renewed or learn a pearl of wisdom from Miss Robbie. The members of this family are captivating, creative, funny & do many surprising things just being themselves. No screen writer can create such full & rich people as these. PS: if you ever go to St Louis, check out the restaurants because the food is to die for!


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