When a Woman's Fed Up

Synopsis: Taryln is a powerful and career-driven woman with a high tolerance for her husband's foolishness. When she discovers that her man has been unfaithful, she hatches a devious plot to teach her "better half" a lesson he will never forget.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): J. Horton
Production: Afflatus Productions
80 min

hope and love.

And without these three,

I am nothing.

Moma Jean, who is this Paul

you're talking about?

I mean, I need me a good man,

one I can call my own.

I know that much.

Hook a sister up.

Wait a minute.

Uh-uh. You talking about Paul

on 24th street?

No, no, not Paul

from 24th street, girl.

She's talking about Paul,

the apostle from Tarsus.

Tarsus. Tarsus.

Mm-mm, I don't know

that street.

Oh, it must be

in the 'burbs, huh?

'Cause y'all kind of bourge

like that.

But that's okay.

I like a bourge man.

You talk to Paul again,

you ask him if he's looking

for a ghetto girl

with lots of curves.

- What?

- Okay, I'll tell him.

What? Oh, you don't think

I'm good enough?

Well, I do,

and I need a good man.

And he sounds like he like God

and stuff like that.

Listen, Lakresha, honey,


Never mind.

Well, speaking of good men,

I don't see yours around here,


Oh, see there?

Now you have just gone

and spoiled the whole mood.

Anyway, he had a meeting

this morning.

And I cannot wait for him

to get home this afternoon,

because we are going

to talk about

what we're going to do

for our anniversary.

Why don't you take a trip.

A trip.

That's a good idea, mama.

Where would we go?

To divorce court.

She said...

I should have known

that was a setup.

See, she gets me.

Well, I got a doctor's


I got to go.

- You're not sick, are you?

- No.

I'm just going

for my annual checkup.

All right, fine. I will be here,

minding my business

and keeping my mind

straight on Him.

Yeah, right. When do you ever

mind your business?

And keeping your mind straight

on Him must mean

talking on that gossip line that

you refer to as a prayer line.

Ooh, what's a gossip line?

I beg your pardon.

It is not a gossip line.

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