Tyler Perry's Meet The Browns

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Tyler Perry's Meet The Browns

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Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns, a spin-off of Tyler Perry's House of Payne, stars Mr. Leroy Brown (David Mann) as he transforms his inherited, ramshackle house into Brown Meadows, a senior citizen home. Brown gets more than he bargained for with eccentric residents, employees trying to keep their lives on track, and the next door fraternity house.
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  • I don't know how anyone can watch this show.

    1.0
    You must have had a brain anuerism if you actually like this show. This is the worst show I've ever seen. I don't mean this in a racist way but it literally sounds like it was written by monkeys. I would go to the ends of the earth to get billions of signatures on a petition to pass legislature that would ban this show from tv. I would take a shot in the face from Mike Tyson and give him a bite of my ear if it meant the end of this show being on tv. I can't undo the damage done to anyone or myself by this show, but i swear i will try to stop it from affecting future generations. May god help the poor, misguided souls who actually like this show. -Signaturemoreless
  • I HATE THE SHOW...

    1.0
    I was sitting at home bored the other evening flipping channels and I came across Tyler Perry's "Meet the Browns" television sitcom. With nothing else to watch I decided to give the show a try, the worst mistake of my life. The show was terrible. I couldn't decide which was worse the very annoying laugh track that seemed to go off every 5 seconds at what was supposed to be humor or the idiot dressed in very tightly fitting clothes who seems to be slightly ***ed. How can such a great writer in Tyler Perry who has found success in making us laugh and opening our eyes to the struggles of everyday life with his great stage plays and movies fall so far off base with this terrible television show. At this point in his career I'm sure he has people who write and direct some of his productions for him, I would hate to believe that he writes the material for "Meet the This show is an embarrassment and a dark cloud over all of the successful things that he has produced thus far in his career. With there being a major shortage of African-American sitcoms on television now days its very sad that "Meet the Browns" is all we have to represent us to the world. When I hear the name of that show all I can think about is the seemingly out of shape black man, dressed up in skin tight clothing, with a very high pitched voice who doesn't seem to have any kind of education. Sure, you may say, "stop trippin' that its just a television show," but to some its symbolic of how far the black man has fallen from prominence. They laugh at us, saying that they have us right where they want us. Don't get me wrong, I know that it didn't began with this show and I know it doesn't end with this show. There is enough blame to go around 1000 times over and honestly I think the blame game has gotten old, I think it's time for the change game. It's time to turn our backs on negative media and I mean that for everyone. Any rapper, singer entertainer or athlete that promotes Black Hate we should stop supporting. Lets stop listening to and buying music and movies that promote hatred of our people and especially our women by calling them B's and H's or saying that we should use and play them or media that promotes them as being only sexual objects and not the Queens that they truly are. Its time we become more conscience of this hate media that we've been supporting for years now. Lets demand change from the radio and television stations and tell them we don't want to hear it or see it any longer. Lets start standing for something instead of nothing, regain our voice that has be silent for almost 4 decades now. We need our Women to be Ladies and we men must treat them as such and we need our Men to be Men and start acting as such. Once we end the division we can then stop being conqueredmoreless
  • TERRIBLE

    1.0
    Meet the browns is just like the house of payne TERRIBLE. Very corny jokes so corny that it isnt even funny. The characters on this show are complete idiots. They do stupid things which makes no sense at all. Mr Browns mispronouncation of words are supposed to be funny but THEY ARENT. Its ignorant and just plain offensive. Luckily this show has gotten cancelled HALLELUAH !!! lol. Next the house of PAIN needs to go becuase that show is a complete JOKE just like Meet the browns.moreless
  • joke is on the show.

    1.0
    If this is all it takes to entertain us, God help us all.



    No thought, writing ability, or pride went into this show. Terrible cast, writing, terrible show. Wish I could give it a 0.
  • 2 REAL

    1.0
    I was wondering if was i the only looking for humor in these 2 shows. Bad writing, timing and a few bad actors. Maybe that's why the 2 small children went to the Disney channel. I guess if I were a lil' mo' ghetto' i would get the jokes. Since Cosby, I haven't seen any black family that could swing the realism of life and be funny. It was a nice idea but,sorry TP, both shows are terrible. Props to Allen Payne for trying to help.moreless
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    laugh track, Family Comedies, African-American Comedy, spinoff, oblivious bumbling