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Old 08-25-2005, 11:19 AM   #1
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Default For those of you who buy this show on DVD, you will find that the funniest thing

about the show is when "JUNIOR" enters the barbershop. He had his own unique way of walking through the barbershop door and it will make you look forward to his next entrance. Junior always had some news and would come inside the barbershop doing a spin and saying-"i got it and i gosta to report it" I'm sure anyone who buys this show will find that part of the show funny.
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I got the delivery today and watched the first four episodes of season 1. Junior is the most entertaining character but so far he's not on that much, just about two minutes per episode. But I'd agree that he's the most entertaining.
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I got the delivery today and watched the first four episodes of season 1. Junior is the most entertaining character but so far he's not on that much, just about two minutes per episode. But I'd agree that he's the most entertaining.

What did you think about that first episode? I haven't watch it yet but Tv guide said it was good.
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What did you think about that first episode? I haven't watch it yet but Tv guide said it was good.
Of all the episodes, I thought the first was the worse one. I think it got better with the second episode on. There was a different actor playing Earl in the first episode. It improved when Teddy Wilson took over the role. I think I liked the storylines better after the first episode.
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Of all the episodes, I thought the first was the worse one. I think it got better with the second episode on. There was a different actor playing Earl in the first episode. It improved when Teddy Wilson took over the role. I think I liked the storylines better after the first episode.

Oh ok, the first ep is the one Tv guide was raving about saying it was funny and how clifton was reacting to a woman she he was the father of her child.
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Oh ok, the first ep is the one Tv guide was raving about saying it was funny and how clifton was reacting to a woman she he was the father of her child.
I wouldn't rave about it. It wasn't really bad, but the episodes just got better as they went along, to me.
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I wouldn't rave about it. It wasn't really bad, but the episodes just got better as they went along, to me.

I saw that had Belinda Tolbert(Jenny Willis) was on back of the Box for season one
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I saw that had Belinda Tolbert(Jenny Willis) was on back of the Box for season one
She was in the third episode "Clifton's Dubious Romance"
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