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August 31, 2012
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In this season-ending cliffhanger episode, Keisha, Raquel and April attempt to lock down love.
Keisha disses Sean for Malcolm. April gives in to Reggie. And Raquel has a wet dream.
Keisha busts her guns. Raquel gets rocked and shocked. But will April give Reggie one more chance?
Keisha romps with Sean. Things heat up between Raquel and Charles. Reggie and April cool off.
Malcolm is back in Keisha's life. Raquel and April take it to the next level with their boos.
Keisha deflects Sean's advances. Raquel splits from Nate the mechanic. April confesses to Reggie.
There were plenty of men to go around for Keisha and Raquel.
April baby-sits an R&B egomaniac. Raquel robs the cradle. And Keisha gets cut off from Malcolm.
Remember Eartha's senior-seduction scene? On the film's 20th birthday, we count down our favorites.
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May 03, 2010
The standout part of the episode was Creighton Bernette's (John Goodman) YouTube rant. Finally, a (slightly) faster pace.
Is it that there are too many characters and mini-plot lines? Maybe. Is it that life in New Orleans after Katrina can't be bottled up into an hour-long TV show? I don't know.
As far as Twitter's trending topics go, Treme was just a blip on the radar screen.
Looking forward to the Oscars? Not so fast. Damon Weaver gets the last word on the NAACP Image Awards. Watch his red-carpet interviews.
The Queen of the Courts is taking nail care classes in Palm Beach—determined to become queen of mani/pedi school, too.
Mo'Nique wins a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture award for 'Precious.'
If you missed American Idol last night, just watch this clip of 62-year-old Vietnam veteran, Larry Platt. "Call yourself a cool cat looking like a fool!" Preach on, General Platt.
I love The Wire, and Avon was the man. But why is this trailer for The Avon Barksdale Story so bad?
For all the roundups, galleries and essays that we've run here on The Root, it's never really officially the end of the year until I hear Skillz' year-end wrap-up. I started following Skillz just after Thanksgiving, so that I'd be one of the first to know when he dropped his much anticipated roundup of the year's craziest events in pop and politics. Listen to it here.
It’s the 40th anniversary of the Jackson 5, and what better way to jump into the 21st century than to have a reality show? Yes, the first episode of The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty aired last night on A&E.