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There, her clan is introduced to the crass, fun-loving Brown family. an event for Meet the Browns () Tyler Perry in Meet the Browns () Angela Bassett and Rick Fox at an event for Meet the Browns () .. L.B. Brown: [with a disgusted facial expression] Nasty ho. Q: Why does Cora call her father "Mr Brown"?. Stop Being Nasty: Meet the Browns Season Two DVD Review October 4 and features another batch of episodes of Mr. Leroy Brown (David. With Tenor, maker of GIF Keyboard, add popular Mr Brown animated GIFs to your conversations. Mr Brown Meet The Browns GIF - MrBrown MeetTheBrowns.

All main cast members are credited only for the episodes in which they appear. David Mann as Leroy S. The show's main protagonistMr. Brown is a church deacon who's very proud about being saved.

He has one brother, Larry "L. He was married years ago, but his wife died; in the original Tyler Perry plays, they had a daughter, but the character was never mentioned in the films and only shown in the play "Madea's Family Reunion".

Brown isn't overbright mentally, that is; the word more aptly describes his outrageous dress sense and he has the wiseguy role, making fun of characters like Edna and Reggie; but he is a nice, caring, giving man. He works part-time as a hospital janitor and also as a school enforcement officer he once beat up a teacher he thought had done something wrong.

He is somewhat good at karate, busting out his "Kangaroo" move. His catchphrases include "Stop being nasty! In one episode Brown begins to deal with his diabetes. Although he has used many variations to what the middle initial "S" is in his name, in one episode it is revealed his middle name is Sakagawea pronounced sah-kuh-jeh-wee-uh. However, this is not in the same continuity as the series. Cora Simmons is Brown's daughter with Madea. She is a teacher and a praying woman who is very active in her church, but when angered, she shows aspects of her mother, Madea.

A childless widow, she later becomes engaged to Reggie Brooks, the football coach at her school who lives with his mother, Thelma In the play and movie, Cora had 2 adult daughters. Her age is never flat-out revealed in the series; she comes closest to blurting it out in "Meet the Big Wedding" "Mr.

Brown, I am" [covers mouth] "years old! In the TV series' continuity, Cora has known for many years that Mr. Brown is her father, and he often references raising and being there for her; in the Madea's Big Happy Family movie, Madea claims that Mr.

It was also discovered that Cora may not be Brown's daughter after appearing on Mauryin the episode "Meet the Baby Daddy", a man claimed to be Cora's father but it was revealed that Mr.

Brown was Cora's father after all. Will is Brown's nephew, a doctor who loves his uncle so much that he provides free medical services to the retirement-home residents. He and his wife Sasha have become adoptive parents to Brianna and Joaquin Ortiz. Will never met his father; Vera, his alcoholic mother, met his father while she was drunk.

Sasha, Will's wife, is a nurse who decides to work for Brown helping to look after the retirement-home residents. Sasha and Will start their family by adopting Brianna and Joaquin Ortiz. In one episode Sasha becomes pregnant, then miscarries. She is also very good at giving advice. Tony Vaughn as Colonel Cleophus Jackson: The Colonel is a former military man who still lives as if he's in the military.

His motto is "Shoot now, ask questions later. His wife died several years ago and he's estranged from their only child, daughter Karen. He takes up with Edna Barnes; in Season 3 they moved out of Brown Meadows to a house down the street. He finally weds Edna in Season 5. Most of her close friends and relatives have passed. She's extremely in touch with her sexuality—she can relate everything to sex—and acts like "late 60s" is the new A running gag involves Brown comparing Edna to various animals.

She finally weds the Colonel in Season 5. In the series pilot she had a crush on Brown, telling him to come in his bed with her plus showing him her full body naked.

Brianna is a foster child who comes from a broken home and an unsafe foster environment. At age 16, she knows the foster care system too well. She's very bright, but has anger problems that stem from her tragic childhood. The only relationship she nurtures is with her brother Joaquin; she feels like they are alone in the world. At the end of Season 1, Brianne Gould left the series for undisclosed reasons and Logan Browning took over the role from the beginning of Season 2.

Gunnar Washington as Joaquin Ortiz: Joaquin is Brianna's year-old brother. As the siblings are veterans of the foster care system, Joaquin in particular is very anxious to find a good home and feel settled. He and Brianna have their moments of discord, but mainly they look after each other. Overall, he just wants to be loved. Vaughn as Renee LaToya Smith: A nurse at the hospital where Will, Sasha, Brown, and Derek work.

She also appears as a close best friend and confidentae to Sasha, despite the two constantly butting heads at work. She considers herself as part ghetto. Renee was a recurring character in Season 3 who became a regular in Season 4. She claims to have four kids. Recurring characters[ edit ] Robert Ri'chard as Derek Porter: A Dominican frat student who lives next door to Brown Meadows and often helps out there, in between masterminding or participating in Brown's antics.

He made his debut in Season 3 and has been a recurring character throughout the series' run. Jenifer Lewis as Vera Brown: Brown's younger sister and Will's mother. Vera means well but she is a loud, controlling alcoholic who spoils Will and subtly despises Sasha. She appeared with Mr.

Brown, Cora, and Will in the Meet the Browns feature film. In one episode, Vera and Brown have an argument and Vera says, "I'm about to be an only child," which indicates that their brother LB does not exist in the television universe or may be a non-canonical reference, to the fact that Mr.

Brown has mentioned LB in the series. There's too much smog and stuff there. I want you to watch the road. Oh wait, now watch the road! He just taught me so much. He taught me how to dance and swim. Oh, he was so handsome. So how you know our daddy? Oh, Lord, help me. Vera, will you get somewhere and sit down without all that drama?

Go on, y'all, daddy dead! Vera, get ahold of yourself now. Oh, Lord, oh, Lord, I just don't know what I'm gonna do, y'all. That would definitely help me. Got any rum in that? Oh Lord, who's this big yellow woman blinding me? Brown, I didn't know your soldiers marched. Yeah, you remember in school and you had on them tight pants, you had a pencil stuck in the pocket? And then he fell. I got lead poisoning You gonna roll up on me? Hell to the no! I got my purse.

I got something for you. That's your Aunt Vera. Ain't no auntie of mine acting like that. Nice to meet you. Brown, I want to know what these strangers are doing here during our time of bereavement. Hey, Brown, this your daughter too? I'm Brenda and this is Michael, Lena and Tosha.

Brenda came down for the funeral.


I'm gonna show you where you're gonna sleep. And, Vera, you all can sleep in Pop Brown's old room. Oh, now I ain't sleeping in some room some dead man died in. I've been sleeping with a dead man for years. Oh yes, that's Harry. Sorry to hear about your daddy. People's dying that ain't never died before. Yeah, he's in a better place now. Mm-hmm, he gone to heaven. How you doing, man? Just came by to pay my condolences. Oh, you ain't got to pay for nothing. Yeah, Daddy left a big insurance policy for that much.

Hey, Mike, I was watching you from upstairs. He just needs to watch his elbow. Who are you to be giving me advice?

Mike, this is Harry Belton And a pretty good professional player until he retired. All you know is that young boy "Lebanon" James, ain't it? Gimme the basketball, I'm gonna show you Harry's a high-school coach here now and college recruiter and does camps and develops talent over the summer, right?

Oooh, you're so "disrespected. We've got some talented kids like you. But they listen, so that would make 'em better than you. You got some money? I'm gonna change into my good clothes. You don't know nothing about basketball. Whoo, I'm just coming in here to keep y'all company. Don't ask me to cook nothing. Last time I was in the kitchen I burned myself and cut myself. Dinner gonna be in a while. Miss Sarah's a great cook. Look like you been eating here for years.

Oh look, you don't know me. I'd love to, but I gotta save some for my sister and brother. Well, it look like you ate it all. Something sure smells good. I didn't mean to eat it all. It was just so good. Oh, honey, don't be upset. Old mean Vera here was just kidding. Tosha, sweetheart, do me a favor, go check on your sister. We've just been having it Well, get up there. I lost my job lately, but even before then, it was Sure wanna believe that. You must believe it, baby, and don't you be ashamed to speak out.

We got your back. I don't have much family. Stay out of her business. I wasn't trying to get in her business. I'm gonna help her out. Here, this should help you get a little bit. I can't take that.

You can take it. It'll help out a little bit. No no no, thank you. I'm gonna go check on my kids. First of all, she gonna buy that kid a box of perm. Let me spell that for you: Uh-oh, watch the tree.

All right, this game's points. Aw, that's my baby. You said you want some of this? I got on my clothes, my basketball clothes. Harry, Brenda; Brenda, Harry. Harry's a friend of the family. She kicked me out of her house And what, you didn't believe him? If Harry says it's true, then it's the truth. So, what, you decided to stalk us?

Harry, you see him foul me? You hit me on the leg. Let me go ref this game. I'd still like to take you out to lunch. Dinner's ready, you guys. It's time for dinner.

I need you to wash up. You didn't hear that? What, is that your way of asking to stay for dinner? If you trying to holler at her, man, you need to come out of that sweaty shirt.

Hey, I'll save you a seat. And that was when we all cried like babies. You don't know how to tell no stories. I remember it because it was like it was yesterday. I remember it was Christmas Eve, Daddy said he couldn't get us nothing for Christmas. So he come in and he said, "I'm gonna get the truck ready. You know, we ain't have no engine in the truck.

We just had a, you know, old one-horsepower truck. We went down to that river. I didn't want to jump in right off. That water was below zero! Daddy got out there and he said, "Get in the water! I didn't want to be no disobedient. So I got to that water and I looked at it, and I teenched up there and then I teeter-tottered.

Teeter-totter, next thing you know I never learned to swim. I couldn't get the rhythm of the stroke. Why is it that I felt that I might choke?

Mr Brown and his stop being nasty catchphrase

Harry, how is your mother? I'm glad she's good 'cause I know she almost had a heart attack when she heard about all that trouble you were in with all that illegal Gimme the part where they got that rum sopped up in there.

Gimme just that rum piece. I'm just glad to see you all right 'cause I was praying for you. That prayer didn't get no higher than the ceiling. Young man, you know where you going? Excuse me a minute. Brenda, he seems like such a nice young man.

I couldn't make it without him. Now just a minute, just a minute. Anybody else at this table want to know who this woman is? I want to know who this woman is. Huh-uh, the devil is a liar.

Oh, hell to the no. My daddy wasn't no rolling stone. Well, that's what my mama said. I don't know no Cassidy. I ain't got no reason not to tell the truth. Yeah, let's see what you got. She does look just like us. Look, I'm the baby of this family. She ain't coming up in here. All that attitude and carrying on. I got this letter and it told me to come down here. Let me see this. Papa Brown been talking to you about her? Yes, her and her mother.

You see, when Pop Brown got real sick, he started to tell me everything about his past life. You know, before he got saved and became a deacon.

meet the browns mr brown stop being nasty

So you mean to tell me Yep, and her mother was the love of his life in Chicago. What are you saying? You see, when Pop Brown was in Chicago, he was a pimp. And her mother was his bottom ho. You don't talk about my daddy. Hell to the no, this is blasphemy. He was not a pim She was a good girl Shirley, the one that used to make cupcakes for me when I was a child.

Please don't tell me Shirley was no ho. She's a double ho. Ain't nothing going on here but the truth. Brenda, you sure you okay? But it's a good thing this funeral's tomorrow - so I can get out of here. This is getting pretty full. I should take it out. You sure you want to do that? Ladies, I'm gonna say good night. Nice meeting you too. Around here men do that. Where I'm from women do it all.

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Well, then maybe you should live here. What's wrong with my town? It's too quiet here. Then maybe you should let me show you how great a town it is. You know, I'm here for my father's funeral and you're flirting with me. That is in poor taste. Well, we are here today to say - goodbye Daddy, you should've let me go with you!

Mom, Mom, take it easy. And I need you to understand that God will see you through all this, sister. What the hell does he got on his head? He do, He do! I wanted to say something about my daddy. I'm trying to do the sermon, please. Look at my daddy's face. You can let me say something about my daddy. Act like he your daddy. Now I have more to say, but right now his son Leroy Brown has a few words that he wants to say.

Leroy Brown, come on and say something right up on that. I don't know what to say. You want me to say something, L. I just was in my room and I jotted down a few things. I didn't plan on saying nothing. Let the church say "amend. I want to let everybody know today that Daddy died happy. I'm gonna miss my daddy. My daddy loved his people I'm getting sick of this.

meet the browns mr brown stop being nasty

It don't take nobody that long to put nobody in the ground. I'm just sick of it. He'll always be right here, y'all, right here in my heart. And I won't chatter no And we here to celebrate Daddy. And I'm telling y'all today, - my daddy was a happy man. We need peoples that'll stand up and be heroes for the Lord. I gotta stop smoking. Amazing Gra-a-a-ace How sweet, yes The sound One more time, Sarah.

She got one more time. Vera's really getting on my nerves. A wre-eeee-etch Like me-eee You wanna go with her? There's room for you too, you know? I'm the baby of this family and I deserve some respect. Everybody's act a fool. Should have let them put the dirt on you too It was nice meeting all of you, but, um You have to stay till tomorrow for the reading of the will.

Daddy ain't left her nothing. No, um, I really think we ought to be going. You can't leave, baby, 'cause You know what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna go change and I'm gonna be back in 15 minutes. I'm gonna take you and your kids to see my town. All right, you know I don't know you that well, but you'd better watch out for him.

Flashing that pretty smile He done broke a lot of women's hearts out here in these backwoods. Brown, where you all at? Where that money you owe me? You didn't know I spoke Spanish, did you? Oooh, you should have got one. See, it's not so bad. One of your women? That don't mean nothing down here, do it? Why don't you have a woman, anyway? Six years, three kids and a whole lot of drama.

My drama trumps your drama. Hey, step right up, step right up. Who can get the ball in the basket? How about you, young man? Yeah, you there, sir.

Get the ball in the basket, you can win a cute little doll for the lovely lady back there. The young man's going to clean me out of all my profits. I'm in, but I'll just play. Keep that elbow in, all right? That's what I'm talking, dawg. That's the difference right there, man. Come on, man, get some more, get some more animals, man Hey, man, here's your cut. Oh no, you keep it. Think I'm winning him over. Don't be so sure about that. He hasn't really had a real man in his life.

And I sure can't afford to let another one come running in and out of it. Is it his life or your life we're talking about? I don't know who you're protecting, you or him. Both of us, I guess. You really think he's that good? Well, how would that work? I mean, how would you coach him? I mean, you're here. He's with me in Chicago. And look, he's not moving down here. I can make a few trips up there, give him some drills.

Maybe in the summer, he can do a camp with me and some of the other players. Hmm, what about his education? I promise you he'll come back smarter than he left. Yeah, well, I'll think about it. Hey, thank you for the day. I really appreciate it. I'm just gonna go and pack. No, you are gonna stay for the reading of the will, aren't you? Oh, no no no no. Daddy didn't leave her nothing. Come on, sit down. Come on in here now. Come on, you'll probably thank me too.

You're Daddy's child, you may as well. Sit down now, sit sit. What, you gonna have her sit and do tricks? Brother Sam, you read the last will and "testicles. I got dressed up for this. Pop Brown's last will and testament. Must have been blind, crippled and crazy. I leave all my money He just leave us nothing but that? I washed his toes and cleaned his nose! He's so happy he can't get his words out. I leave all my love.

You keep reading, baby. Keep reading 'cause I know there's more for me. I leave my house. I'd rather have the love. That house is tore up, Brown. We grew up in that house. Yeah, us and several families of rats and roaches. What the hell is that? I leave my old rental property. He left me a house? Do you think we're living here? Do you think we're living here now? Okay, well, it has potential. Potential to be torn down. Is this our house, Mama?

Looks that way, baby. I'd stay with you, brother. At least go inside.

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All right, but, Tosha, Lena, y'all wait in the car. Come on, go ahead. Looks dangerous in here. It got a welcome mat. What you looking at? It just needs a little work. This house don't need no little nothing. Can we please get out of here?

I'm not trying to miss the bus. Could you just give me a minute? Let me ask you something. What do you think about Harry coaching you? Oh, he cool with it.

You know, I really wish you weren't leaving.

meet the browns mr brown stop being nasty

Well, gotta get back to my life. Brenda, you leaving me so soon? Yeah, we got to be heading back. Okay, well, look, here's my number. I want you to keep in touch, okay? It's from me and Sarah. We wanted to bless you with something. You have to take it. We wanted to bless you with it. It's just a little something. Ain't no telling when I'd be able to pay y'all back.

Oh, honey, don't worry about that. If some of these fathers don't take care of these babies, then us single mothers have to stick together. This is the nicest thing that anybody's ever done for me. Well, maybe you need to change your friends. Stop it, calm down. Hey, don't you wanna hear about my trip, huh? Did he leave you anything at least? You can't live in it. Compared to that, we live in a palace. Brenda, don't be selfish. Let's move to Georgia so I can find me one of those big old Jethro-looking papis so I can cucuchanga.

Girl, you know what? I think I might have met somebody - who'd be just your style. What you doing here? I've been thinking about what you said, and I'm gonna help you out.

So can I come in, please? Damn, girl, this how you live? You gonna give me some money or not? What you gonna give me, huh? I ain't gonna give you nothing. You oughta wanna do the right thing and take care of your son.

Damn, Brenda, do it. You need this money, don't you, right? So come on, baby, where's the bedroom? I don't sleep with men for money. Well, your mama used to, didn't she? I ain't my mama. Get the hell out of my house! You all ain't getting nothing. I don't care if both of y'all starve to death. You would do that to your own son? I told you when you was pregnant I didn't give a damn about you or the boy.

Mama, why you begging like this? No no, he ain't gotta help us. No, I know how to make some things happen on my own. You don't need to beg this motherf He's still your father. Look, if you ain't man enough to help us, I know how to make some things happen on my own. Where are you going?

That boy ain't my responsibility. It isn't my problem. Can I come in? Yeah yeah, come on in. I thought you were Michael. Did you tell him about the practice sessions I set up for him? You're just the man I need to see. You can't win a game with your shoes falling off, dawg. I got money on this game, dawg.

I need you on your "A. Hey, man, you hanging tonight? Yeah, show me what I gotta do. Who is this fool? Dude, what are you doing here? Your mother's looking for you. You got some nerve coming around here.

I know you're about to make a stupid mistake. Harry, you don't know nothing about my life. You don't know what we're up against. It doesn't matter what you're up against. You could make a stupid mistake and have everything in the world going for you. I was in the league. Lost everything, including my wife and kids. I made mistakes I'm still paying for today.

I know a few things about going down the wrong road. And this is the wrong road. We're supposed to practice tomorrow at 3: If you show up, then I'll know you're as smart as I think you are. I'm gonna be here for two days. Where you been all night, huh? I was with Calvin. Okay, so you're a man now. You gonna sell dope, huh?

Now you think that makes you a man? We ain't got nothing. You talk about God making a way. Mama, I'm not trying to die to get to heaven. I want mine here on earth. Then you know what? You gonna have to get out of my house then, huh? You think you're grown? Mama, where am I gonna go? I don't wanna hear it. I done my best by you. Who's gonna help you with Lena and Tosha?

Don't you even worry about that, okay? You just get out. No child of mine is gonna sell dope, you hear me? I ain't sitting up in here waiting to hear that you done got killed. No, Mama, I'm not going. No, if I go, I'm a coward just like my dad.

I'm not gonna leave you like them other dudes. Mama, I'm just tired of seeing you hurt and struggling. We gonna be all right. I love you, baby. All right, let's go. On the whistle, chest passes. Passer makes the shooter.

Pass it like you want him to shoot the ball. It's good to see you. I won six large on you tonight. You play with heart, son. Look, man, that's what I came to tell you. Calvin, I can't do this. Here, this is all the money. It's your cut and mine. You ain't got this in you, man. You go on now. You go play basketball. I'm gonna be a hood rat. That's all I'll ever be.

Calvin, you can be whatever you want to be. Yo, son, you think you can just sell on my turf? I wish he was playing in my gym. What about your house? What you gonna do with it? Let it do what it's been doing for the last whatever years. Oh, man, that's good. I don't even eat pork, and that's good. Brenda, I like talking to you. But this is about helping my son, right? What if I also enjoy spending as much time with you - as I do coaching your son?

I ain't going down that road, okay? It ain't so bad, is it? You'd rather live here than in your own house? Well, I know this. I don't know nothing about Georgia. So it's friends keeping you here. If I could live here, I ain't afraid of nothing. We have to go to the hospital.

I never had much of a mother, so I was determined to be the best that I could. When he was young, I gave him to the Lord. I said, "Lord, protect my baby. Watch him for me. I can't feed him. I can't give him what he need. There are nights when I go to bed hungry 'cause I know they didn't get enough to eat all day. You know, I just Why did I do this to them?

You know, I can't even keep 'em out of harm's way. Hey hey hey hey. You've done more than most. I know you have to go. No, I'm not going anywhere unless you want me to go.

I'm here with you. Hey, Brenda, what's up with all these emergency phone calls? But I ain't paying for no funeral. I gotta go to work. That's what you make? Can I buy an hour of your time to spend with your son?

Don't you call my house again. You're pissing off my wife. Now we managed to get the bullet and stop the bleeding. It's a miracle that it missed his vital organs. Is he gonna be okay? Yes, he's gonna be fine. I need to see him.