– Thank you.
– Ooh, my titty came out, see? [laughter][upbeat music]– Jackie and I,
we’re slowly making strides,and me going to her play
is just a signthat I’m trying to work
in the right direction. – Hello.
– Hi.– I know that the play
is about domestic violence.I also know that the writer is
a domestic violence survivor, and that’s another reason
why I want to go. – Good.
How are you? – Good to see you.
– Nice to see you. – All is well?
– Yes, all is well. – Have you seen Tami since– – No, I haven’t seen her since. – I can’t.
– For what? – We only see each other when there’s, like,
a group thing. – Well, she’s coming,
I’m sure. – Hopefully, she got
them legs covered up. –It’s hard for me
to be here right now.I’m going through so much.However, Jackie’s always been
super supportive of me, and she’s always been there
for me, so I definitely wanted to be here for her
in this moment and escape,
escape from my reality.I know it’s not just gonna
wipe away the painof losing my brother, but it does help
as a coping mechanism for me, and it’s something
that I wanted to do to make sure that I could keep
my mind busyand off what’s going on
in my reality.We can go.
– [chuckles] – Hey, O.G.!
Hi! – O.G. is just
not my cup of tea. I don’t drink tea, but if I drank tea,
she wouldn’t be it. – Why are you so tired? Working on that fashion article. Now, wait a minute.
Don’t forget who the mother is. I can’t [bleep] remember
anything. I’ve drawn
a [bleep] blank, Deon. I’ve drawn a blank.
I’ve drawn a blank. I don’t even–
I’ve drawn a blank. I can’t [bleep] believe it. – Where y’all want to sit? – Hi, babe.
How are you? – How you doing?
– Good. – Why is she–Malaysia,
sit right here. – I see Kristen and Evelyn
and someone else. And so I just don’t really want
to be around any negative energy. – All right, let me say hi
to Malaysia. I don’t want to be rude. Hi, Malaysia.
– Hey. – How are you?
– Fine. And you? – Good. Hi.
– How you doing? – Evelyn, Zell.
– Nice to meet you. – Nice to meet you too. I thought you were gonna
say hi. – I did.
I said, “Hey.” – Oh, you did?
– Remember? You said, “Hi.” – I think
I grabbed that “hi.” – I just can’t be fake,
you know? That’s not my style.
I’m either all or nothing. – I get it.
– I don’t want to sit. I don’t want to kiki,
’cause you tried to– you don’t mean me no good. – Well, I hope y’all get to–
– No. –With Malaysia,I mean, obviously, there’s tension
between her and Jennifer.But really I’m like–
I’m just tryingto get my friends
back together.Let’s talk about it.
It’s sad.– Again, no, thanks.
– Oh, my gosh, Jen’s shoes? – Just leave her shoes alone.
– You hate ’em? – Y’all need
to upgrade her. She’s, like,
still back in 2007. Like, she can get
new looks now. – You just don’t like
the shoes? – The shoes, the old purses,
the stinking breath. There’s, like,
a long list of things. And you just need
to take her, wash her up. Like, she’s bad. Like, she just need to–
and she need a judge. She need, like,
a super-gay judge. – You know, your friends… [laughs] Your friends
are like pit bulls. So he just goes–
he goes in on Jen. I mean, he even made mention
that her breath stinks. I mean, he’s not lying. She’s a big dragon breath.