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Afterwards, he tries to change his flamboyant ways and act and dress more conservatively. But one can't leave She tries to get rid of the body before Brown finds out. Meanwhile, Brianna rejects Sasha's mothering efforts when Sasha buys her a fancy dress for the upcoming legacy ball. Meanwhile, London is expecting a visit from her wealthy father, and is heartbroken when he doesn't show up.
Erik Estrada as Francisco Absent: He vents to Brown about his doubts, but Brianna overhears him. She and Joaquin, thinking they're not wanted, run away.
Everyone convinces Brown to market the secret family barbecue sauce recipe and he gets excited about getting rich, but he loses the recipe and scrambles to recreate it. Sasha is jealous of her until she realizes who she's really attracted to Edna is considering plastic surgery, so London convinces her and the ladies to throw a "Botox Party".
But he milks the situation and has the residents wait on him hand and foot, until they rebel. Edna has a health scare and decides to change her sensual ways. When Cora tries to convince Brown to make a will, he thinks she's out to kill him. Note-This episode and a couple others had the child abuse number before the credits.
Brianna freaks out when classmate Jamal makes an innocent pass at her. Hughes gives Cora a full-time teaching job and she's immediately challenged when troublesome Angie shows up to class drunk.
The Colonel discovers he's lost his nest egg and tries to get a job. Brianna gets arrested for shoplifting at the mall. Jo Marie Payton as Shirley Absent: Meanwhile, when Edna's theater date falls ill, his nephew fills in.
In Meet the Browns, Madea was stopped by police as a normal traffic stoponly to refuse to pull over fearing that she'll be sent to jail againwhich leads her into a high-speed car chase with several law enforcement officials and news helicopters.
In Goes to Jail, Madea was about to get sent to jail, but was reluctantly released by Judge Mablean after learning the arresting officers did not read the Miranda rights warning when she was arrested as the officers claimed that Madea was fighting with themso she finally admits that her license was suspended indefinitely implying that her license was suspended when she was 30 years old and also gets ordered to anger management counseling, making it the very last opportunity for her to avoid jail.
She, however, began driving as soon as Cora neglected her daughterly duties.
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Madea's brother Joe also played by Perry refers to her as a "po-po ho", meaning someone who is a professional at evading law enforcement. In A Madea Christmas, Madea confides in her niece Eileen that she sold "trees"; when Eileen asks if they were Christmas trees, Madea replies that "when you smoke 'em, they make you feel like it's Christmas", implying that she once was a marijuana dealer.
Personality Hard side and language use Scurrilous, wise cracking, and saucy in remarks and behavior, Madea is full of comical sass and vulgar and abusive language. She also has many catch phrases, such as "You crazy as hell," and "I oughta punch you in da face! Madea also intentionally adds a mispronounced "t" sound to many of her words, such as "Africant Americant", "cooking and cleanting" and "living for da Lort [Lord].
For example, the character has four general methods of attack: Destruction of propertysuch as demolishing others' household appliances with a chainsaw Weapon violence, such as stabbing others with a lit cigarette Physical violence, such as strangling and pounding others with her bare hands and elbows Intimidation through outrageous browbeating tactics and threats, such as firing off her Glock pistol, which she keeps handy with her in her purse at all times from the extended interval of rapid-fire sounds in Madea Goes To Jailit is implied that she owns a fully automatic assault-rifle, as well, but only brings it out on "special occasions" When using guns, Madea shoots around targets, using intimidation rather than actually killing or injuring anyone.
As another form of intimidation, Madea frequently boasts of having killed in the past. As an example, she once claimed to have murdered Jimmy Hoffa over him insulting her. She also claimed to have shot Tupac Shakur while arguing over a parking space; although she claims not to have killed him in the shooting. Soft side In spite of her outrageous and shocking behaviors, Madea is consultative, protective, loving, and motherly at heart. This is heavily evidenced in Gets a Job, in which Madea provides life lessons, guidance, and direction to all the residents and staff members of a nursing home.
Quite often, Madea has offered direction and guidance to those who were being abused within their romantic relationships. Though much of this direction and guidance tends to come in the form of extreme warmongering, Madea's heart is always in the right place. Madea also instructs troubled individuals about the mistakes they've made in their life choices and leads them down the path of forgiveness and improvement.
While in prison in the film Madea Goes to Jail, Madea attends an anger management church meeting under duress. During the meeting, Madea ends up lecturing all the women to stop playing victims, stop whining, and start taking action to improve their lives.
Madea is mentally strong and offers nurturing advice to struggling individuals whom she cares for. Pet peeves Madea has a series of pet peeves: Joe Joe also played by Perry is Madea's most recognizable brother as he lives with her and frequently appears in Madea films. A wise guy who is very coarse, misbehaved, and ornery, Joe has no qualms with such tendencies as openly farting and hurling about insulting wisecracks about people, including Madea. Despite being elderly, he constantly makes crude passes at younger women.
Joe regularly smokes marijuana in spite of his need to be on oxygen.
On smoking marijuana, Joe has stated, "God made this for us. God made this little tree, Viagra and oxygen. Put them altogether and you can take a woman to heaven and back!
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Brian, Donna, and George Needleman. The Joe character precedes the Madea character in debut, as Joe's first appearance was in the play ''I Know I've Been Changed'', taking place when the Madea character had not yet originated. Brian, Donna, and George Brian also played by Perry is a criminal defense attorneywho often gets roped into Madea's messes as he represents her in the many criminal trials Madea lands herself in.
Joe's daughter, Donna, is married to Isaac. She appeared in Madea's Family Reunion. Barbara confirms this by comparing George's age to how many years ago Joe had the affair with her. However, George never finds out about this despite several hints from Joe. Therefore, George is Madea's distant nephew.
The film begins with everyone leaving Irene's funeral. Madea's parenting, husbands, and children In Madea Goes to Jail, it was revealed that Madea supported her children by strippingpole dancingand professional wrestlingamong other things.
Madea has buried nine husbands, among them Jimmy and Johnny. Madea claims to have shot some of them and poisoned others of them with her sweet potato pie. After each husband died, they were buried quickly and Madea collected their life insurance checks.
Each time it's happened, Madea has stated "I'm tryin' to get to the insurance company by five, and the casino by nine! Madea implies that she was glad when he died and that their marriage wasn't good. Johnny's niece Vickie appears in Family Reunion; she is the mother of four sons.