The Barbershop Series

Season 1 Episode 1

This is My Bullsh*t...And You're Welcome to It (a.k.a. Get Your Hand Out of My Womb)

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Aug 14, 2005 on Showtime
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This is My Bullsh*t...And You're Welcome to It (a.k.a. Get Your Hand Out of My Womb)
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Calvin hires the inexperienced distant cousin of his wife, whom has just been released from prison. Meanwhile, Yinka is taught by Calvin on the finer points of the booty call. Also, Terri is mistakenly targeted by pro-life and pro-choice advocates when she becomes a victim of identity theft.moreless

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    Nilyne Fields

    Nilyne Fields

    Nia

    Guest Star

    Rhomeyn Johnson

    Rhomeyn Johnson

    Jeremiah

    Guest Star

    Rayna Tharani

    Rayna Tharani

    Ashwariya

    Guest Star

    Bill H. McKenzie

    Bill H. McKenzie

    Petey

    Recurring Role

    Azel Taylor

    Azel Taylor

    Ray Ray

    Recurring Role

    Doran Reed

    Doran Reed

    Malcolm

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • Music: "Jungle Boogie" by Kool & the Gang

      • Nilyne Fields is best known for her performances as a contestant on the first season of UPN's "The Road to Stardom with Missy Elliott."

      • In the original films, "Barbershop" and "Barbershop 2: Back in Business," the character Dinka played by Leonard Earl Howse was a heavy-set, kind hearted Nigerian barber. In the series, he goes by the name Yinka and is very slim. Also, Eddie has a new look. He no longer dons a "Frederick Douglass"-like afro.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Terri: "As much as I wanna like regular kill you, I'm gonna try and do it with some kindness, some sympathy..."
        Nia: "Look, I just want..."
        Terri: "I'm being sympathetic, bitch, don't f***ing interrupt me."

      • Calvin: (talking to Yinka) You say just like there's some acceptable amount of sex people can put into home movies. I think Paris Hilton and R. Kelly have taught us no.

      • Calvin: Romadal shot Malcolm X? That was like 40 years ago, this kid's about 25. How's it possible he could have been one of the shooters
        Eddie: Evil doesn't die.

    • NOTES (2)

    • ALLUSIONS (5)

      • Eddie: "We had a little pre-meeting and we've decided to vote Romadal off the island."
        A reference to the hit CBS series, "Survivior."

      • Isaac: "You know if Kobe Bryant would've had some courvoisier on him, he wouldn't have to shell out that $13 million."
        Isaac makes a reference to the 2003 Kobe Bryant sexual assault case.

      • Jen: "Go find your little Bill. Where's your little Bill?"
        Interrupting Calvin from cursing in from of their son, Jen instructs the baby to go watch "Little Bill," a television show for children produced by Bill Cosby.

      • Calvin: "I think Paris Hilton and R. Kelly have taught us no."
        Celebrities Paris Hilton and R. Kelly were both infamous for separately making "home movies" that were either bootlegged or stolen.

      • Calvin (talking to Eddie): "Audubon Ballroom?"
        The Audubon Ballroom in New York City became famous on February 21, 1965 when three gunmen rushed onstage, pulled out their guns and shot humanitarian Malcolm X 15 times at close range.

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