By day, the Duncans are an upstanding family who run a thriving exotic car dealership in New York. By night, they live a dangerous secret life. When they come under siege the Duncans will have to stick together or die separately.
I have admired Tyler Perry since the beginning. But the story line and his portrayal of the black women on the show is so off base. Please may the story line more believable. Who would move in with a man and then decide not to sleep with him after already sleeping with him. What is the point. When Natalie's son was shot she should have been down there crying and falling all over him or she should had fainted. Kelly needs to mind her business, what woman would remain friends with a women who slept with her husband's friend and neighbor. Because next Alex could sleep with her man. The show just is not realistic. Someone should have shot Eddie along time ago. This season finally left me disappointed.
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