Soul Food

Season 1 Episode 9

Anything You Can Do (a.k.a. Show Me the Money)

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Aug 23, 2000 on Showtime
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Anything You Can Do (a.k.a. Show Me the Money)
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Damon stops by Teri's to hand her some flowers to show her his sympathy, but Teri wants to end their relationship so that they can just be "friends". Ahmad befriends Callie, a classmate from Lakeside Prep, but he soon believes that she only likes him because he's black. Maxine and Lem decide to pool their money to invest in a corporation, but are saddened when they lose everything they've earned. Meanwhile, Bird wants to learn more of what Lem does while she's not around.moreless

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    Richard Chevolleau

    Richard Chevolleau

    Franco Van Adams

    Guest Star

    Jason Powell

    Jason Powell

    Jake

    Guest Star

    Wendii Fulford

    Wendii Fulford

    Kathleen

    Guest Star

    Boris Kodjoe

    Boris Kodjoe

    Damon Carter

    Recurring Role

    Bradley Reid

    Bradley Reid

    Michael

    Recurring Role

    Tanisha Tullock

    Tanisha Tullock

    Young Max

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The title "Anything You Can Do" come from the song written by Irving Berlin used in the 1946 musical Annie Get Your Gun and is an anthem for feminism.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Teri: Should I leave?
        Maxine: No. It's good that you're here. I came over to ask Bird how to approach you about borrowing five thousand dollars.
        Teri: Oh, well I'm glad I'm here to tell you not to approach me.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Flashback: When Maxine is a teenager, she makes a fool of herself by plucking her eyebrows too thin because Teri and Bird tell her that they are thicker than their father's. Mama Joe teaches Maxine a valuable lesson of how ridiculous a person can make themselves seem by trying to be like someone else and not being themselves.

      • During a chat session, Boris Kodjoe said this was his favorite episode.

      • Featured Music: "Letting Down My Guard," Sunshine Anderson

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