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Old 03-16-2011, 12:51 PM   #1
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Default This Show Jumped the Shark in the Last Season!

*Jamie and Fancy officially hooked up

*Jamie starts working at Jingles 2000

*Jamie has that swanky new penthouse

*The hotel doesn't have as predominate of a role

*Those three annoying new friends of Jamie's from Jingles 2000

*Braxton and Cameron (that hot, blonde UPS delivery girl) break up without an explanation

*They changed the theme music to a slower, R&B song
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I liked the changes. Rarely do sitcom stars actually achieve some success. It happens, but on a show like this, I was really glad to see it happen tot he character.
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Do you think that the series finale of this show is considered forced-ended?
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Old 09-29-2014, 02:47 PM   #4
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*Jamie and Fancy officially hooked up

*Jamie starts working at Jingles 2000

*Jamie has that swanky new penthouse

*The hotel doesn't have as predominate of a role

*Those three annoying new friends of Jamie's from Jingles 2000

*Braxton and Cameron (that hot, blonde UPS delivery girl) break up without an explanation

*They changed the theme music to a slower, R&B song

*Jamie and Fancy officially hooked up

i liked them as a couple together, i rooted for them from the beginning to hook up with one another.

*Jamie starts working at Jingles 2000

yes, it wasn't too interesting

*The hotel doesn't have as predominate of a role

i liked that most of the events took place at the hotel, it made the show interesting and funny

*Those three annoying new friends of Jamie's from Jingles 2000

they were pointless and added nothing special to the show, whatsoever.

*Braxton and Cameron (that hot, blonde UPS delivery girl) break up without an explanation

that was a shame because they suited one another.

*They changed the theme music to a slower, R&B song

it was okay for me, but it wasn't amazing either. it is mainly because of fancy and jamie being together that i enjoyed the final season. if that wasn't the case and they hadn't got married in the end, i wouldn't have liked it so much.
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Martin, Living Single, The Jamie Foxx Show, The Parkers, City Guys and The Bernic Mac Show are all alike.
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Old 10-30-2014, 09:19 PM   #6
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Martin, Living Single, The Jamie Foxx Show, The Parkers, City Guys and The Bernic Mac Show are all alike.
That's what I was gonna say, neither of those shows were ever groundbreaking or had a lasting impact that people remember them nostalgicly.

To me it seems they just served a purpose because some white network executive felt they were meeting their quota of "hip, urban" shows for minorities.
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