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Old 01-25-2012, 08:16 AM   #31
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Jr's idiocy for one and when Tisha left to have a baby she was missed. The whole teen pregnancy thing didn't work either. How could Jr go from a teen with attitude when he rebelled against his Dad to becoming a goof.
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Jr's idiocy for one and when Tisha left to have a baby she was missed. The whole teen pregnancy thing didn't work either. How could Jr go from a teen with attitude when he rebelled against his Dad to becoming a goof.
I say all of the above but I pick mainly Franklin. I couldn't stand that little Urkle wannabee. Jr's idiocy and Damons' character being a complete jerk was the result of horrible writing. This was the most worse, immature show next to The Parkers.
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OMG but how I hated Franklin with a passion....he and Charmaine from A Different World made me want to go out and shank someone!

Jr.'s parents-in-law were annoying too, particularly the disgusting Calvin (I will never forget him slathering a whole bottle of syrup on a HUGE plate of waffles and eating them like they were a frickin' sandwich!)

I agree on the stupidfication (made it up, don't judge me!) of Jr.
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