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Monday 10:00 PM on MTV - Music Television Premiered Oct 13, 2005 Between Seasons

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    Run's House is an MTV reality series. It shows the family of rapper and hip-hop music pioneer Joseph Simmons a.k.a. "Reverend Run".
    The theme song and show name are from the name of a song from the Run-D.M.C. album Tougher Than Leather. The reality show is executive produced by Sean "Diddy" Combs, Russell Simmons, Stan Lathan, Jason A. Carbone, Tony DiSanto, Mike Powers, and Elizabeth Gateley. It is filmed at Run's house in Saddle River, New Jersey, and occasionally in Manhattan where the Simmons offices are.
    The 2nd season of this show began airing June 15, 2006. In March 2007, the show began in reruns on BET.
    The 3rd season of the show began on April 9, 2007 on MTV.
    • Reverend Run: Father, Phat Farm executive, Minister and one-third of hip-hop group Run D.M.C. (born 14 Nov. 1964) • Justine: Mother and Run's wife. Justine and Joseph married on 25 June 1994. She is the mother to Diggy and Russy, and step-mother to Vanessa, Angela, and Jojo. She is creating a jewelry line entitled "Brown Sugar" by Evelyn Simmons, named for her mother-in-law. (born 1965; 41 years old) • Vanessa Simmons: The oldest daughter and oldest child. She is an aspiring actress and Ford Model. She was #82 in Maxim's of the "Hot 100" people in 2006. In March 2007 she was featured in a national Verizon commercial [1]. On March 23,2007 she launched Pastry Footwear with Angela under their families Run Athletics shoewear. The first shoes are the Cake Collection inspired by their favorite pastries.[2]. She will graduate from St. John's University in Dec. '07 with a degree in Communications [3]. (born 1984[citation needed]) • Angela Simmons: Second daughter and second oldest. She graduated from the Fashion High School of N.Y.C. in the premiere episode. She is attending the Fashion Institute of Technology. She is executive editor of Word Up! magazine's subsidiary publication Angela's Rundown. Angela's Rundown is a monthly magazine targeting youths age 14-18 and cover teen issues, style, music, and fashion while offering fashion tips and in-depth celebrity interviews. [4] She was featured in Bow Wow's video "Shortie Like Mine". On March 23,2007 she [1] launched Pastry Footwear with Vanessa under their families Run Athletics shoewear. The first shoes are the Cake Collection inspired by their favorite pastries [5]. (born 1987[citation needed]) • Joseph "Jojo" Simmons, Jr.: The oldest son. He wants to become a rapper and producer. (born 1990[citation needed]) • Daniel "Diggy" Simmons: He loves basketball and rapping. He is currently in the 6th grade,. (born 1995/5[citation needed]) • Russell "Russy" Simmons II: The youngest child. He enjoys playing video games. He had some anger management issues surrounding his inability to win games played on his Game Boy. (born 1997[citation needed]) • Victoria Anne Simmons: Victoria was born on Sept 26, 2006. Victoria was four pounds, five ounces when she was delivered via C-section [6]. She died shortly after being born reportedy due to omphalocele, a birth defect that caused her organs to grow outside her body. 01. The Graduate
    02. The Bird's and the Bee's
    03. The Chicks Fly the Coop
    04. Go for the Gold
    05. Justine Diets & Angela Interns
    06. Run's Family Vacation
    Season 2
    01. Baby Fever
    02. A Healthy Heart
    03. All Work and No Peace
    04. Maximum Growth
    05. Two Down and One to Grow
    06. Anger Management
    07. Downward Facing Dawg
    08. Vegas Vacation
    09. Rev's Fix It List
    10. Rev Mom 11. Baby Back
    Season 3
    01. Give Me Strength
    02. Hangin' with Run
    03. Weight a Minute
    04. Sneaker Pimps & Mini Moguls
    05. To Catch a Thief
    06. Home Alone
    07. Rev's Birthday Suit
    08. Family Albums
    09. Times Are Changin'
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