Celebrated ladies' man, Tyree Jackson, thinks his only job is to sneak women in and out of his apartment while his live-in girlfriend, Desirae Baxter, is at work. Tired of his philandering ...
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David E. Talbert
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Nelson J. Davis,
Celebrated ladies' man, Tyree Jackson, thinks his only job is to sneak women in and out of his apartment while his live-in girlfriend, Desirae Baxter, is at work. Tired of his philandering ways, Desirae and her girlfriends devise a plan that will give Tyree a taste of his own medicine. Written by
David E. Talbert
Don't understand the low scores here, usually IMDb's ratings are fairly accurate though I was surprised the rating it received. This is a play not a movie and yes initially I was expecting a Tyler Perryesque Gospel show and had my finger on stop when I thought an outburst of gospel or a overloud preach of a 'Lord of mercy on your soul' would commence. Not at all, no preaching just a nice warm play about the role of power, love and commitment in relationships. Really nice and well scripted and acted. Well done, it'd be great to see this as a movie too. Ps I'm very critical so 5 is a good score from me so don't be dissuaded or disheartened by that. TC Max
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