Meet the Browns (2009–2012)

TV Series   |    |  Comedy


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For Cora Simmons, living at home as a grown adult has its challenges. Especially when you have Mr. Brown as a daddy.


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Tyler Perry

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2 May 2014 | FilmCriticChick88
1
| Very boring and not funny at all
Every time this show comes on, I find myself trying to give it try and to see if I might possibly enjoy at least one episode, but each and everyone of the episodes are very boring, and not funny at all. They make sure you hear the audience laughing (which I'm pretty sure it's just probably someone hitting the laugh button). None of the characters stand out and the script just seems like Tyler Perry just wrote it up carelessly. Never found Tyler Perry's films to be funny either, very overrated. But this show, is not funny at all. Leroy Brown, is by far the most annoying character on the show, and totally unfunny!! None of the characters draw you in and it's hard to connect with them. I bet even the actors themselves realize the show isn't funny either. Glad to know it's canceled.

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