Sister, Sister

Season 5 Episode 22

Graduation

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Aired Unknown May 17, 1998 on The WB
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Tia, Tamera and their friends prepare for graduation. Lisa searches to find the girls a guest commencement speaker for the ceremony while Tamera and Jordan decide on a farewell song. Tyreke feels left out in the celebration since he never got the chance to receive his diploma. He tells Ray that he wants to get his GED after receiving a promotion as full-mechanic and that he will need time off to study. After failing his exam, Tyreke gives up and decides to take Ray up on his promotion. When Tyreke visits Tia, they get into a argument and face a breakup. Once the girls learn of Tyreke's dilemma, he takes the GED exam again and succeeds. Commencement for the class of 1998 begins with Superbowl MVP Terrel Davis giving a touching speech and ending with Roger performing a song for his friends.moreless

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  • Graduation!

    9.5
    Tia, Tamera, Jordan, Diavian and Steven are graduating high school! Tyreke breaks up with Tia before the graduation. He's been busy with GEDs. He doesn't want Tia to know though. She finds out and Tia and Tamera help him ace it! Ray lets him graduate with Tia and everyone else. Roger writes a song and sings it at graduation.



    This was a pretty good episode! Unfortunately, this is Roger's last appearance on the show. He was a great character! He's also a good singer! This episode was a little boring though. I liked the flashbacks. This episode gets a 9.5 out of 10!moreless
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    Three drugstore employees are gunned down, execution style. The money is missing from the safe, so the robber apparently knew the combination. Police target the former store manager as a suspect, but he has an alibi. Detectives turn to a psychic for help in cracking the case.Three drugstore employees are gunned down, execution style. The money is missing from the safe, so the robber apparently knew the combination. Police target the former store manager as a suspect, but he has an alibi. Detectives turn to a psychic for help in cracking the case.Three drugstore employees are gunned down, execution style. The money is missing from the safe, so the robber apparently knew the combination. Police target the former store manager as a suspect, but he has an alibi. Detectives turn to a psychic for help in cracking the case.moreless
Terrell Davis

Terrell Davis

Commencement Speaker

Guest Star

Chad Haywood

Chad Haywood

Steven

Recurring Role

Alexis Fields

Alexis Fields

Diavian Johnson

Recurring Role

Deon Richmond

Deon Richmond

Jordan

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • In the audience, they showed Roger next to this old lady, then the next time, a man was there, then another time, Roger was back.

    • At graduations, they call you in ABC order. First, it was Tyreke, Tia, and then Tamera. Tamera was supposed to go way before them because her last name is Campbell. Then Tia, then Tyreke, because of their last names.

    • This goof is when Tamera goes to Tyreke's place to find out why he broke up with Tia. Tyreke tells her he broke up with Tia because of his pre GED test and Tamera looks at his test. First Tamera folds the test and next thing you know, the paper is unfolded.

  • QUOTES (2)

    • (Jordan pulls out extra cap and gown for Tyreke)
      Tyreke: Aw, man, where'd you get this?
      Jordan: (Scoffs) Please, I'm Class President.
      Jordan:...I stole it!

    • Tyreke: I don't know why I thought I could do this.
      Tia: Tyreke.
      Tyreke: Maybe it was because I could!

  • NOTES (3)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • While debating over the class song, Tamera and Jordan named the following songs:

      • A Whole New World, originally by Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle
      • Gettin' Jiggy Wit It, by Will Smith
      • Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now, originally by McFadden & Whitehead

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