Two Worlds Collide – “To Love the Soul of a Woman” – Full Free Maverick Movie!!

Two Worlds Collide – “To Love the Soul of a Woman” – Full Free Maverick Movie!!

August 29, 2019 100 By Bertrand Dibbert


(leopard growls) (“Gone (When You Smile)” ) ♪ One time, one time ♪ ♪ Two times, two times ♪ ♪ Hey ♪ ♪ Freddie G, let’s get ’em ♪ ♪ I was gone, I
was gone, so gone ♪ ♪ I was gone, baby ♪ ♪ Girl when you smile ♪ ♪ I was gone, I
was gone, so gone ♪ ♪ Girl when you
smile at me yeah ♪ ♪ Hey baby, I can’t forget ♪ ♪ First day that we met ♪ ♪ It was so wonderful when
you sat down with me ♪ ♪ Hey ♪ ♪ I told you I wanted
to see you again ♪ ♪ I was gone, baby,
I was gone, honey ♪ ♪ I was gone, baby,
girl when you smiled ♪ ♪ I was gone, yes,
I was, I was gone ♪ ♪ Gone, girl when you
smiled at me, yeah ♪ ♪ We sat down for
a latte or two ♪ ♪ We started conversating
about healthy things to eat ♪ – Police were called out
at least a dozen times this past weekend to the
Sunny Creek subdivision for a rash of domestic
violence cases. Oddly enough, in a
strange turn of events, 90% of those cases were of
women who violently abused men. Reporting live right here
in southwest Atlanta, I’m Lauryn “Pep” Bradley. – Don’t interrupt
me when I’m talking! (man shouts) – [Woman] It’s really
not that serious. At least that’s what I
keep trying to tell myself every time it happens. It always starts with
a simple disagreement about what to have for breakfast or what news channel to watch, and it just
escalates from there. Sometimes there’s food
throwing, a fork or a knife, and then eventually
it’s very physical. Hot coffee, hits to the face. – Do you always
open up to strangers with random thoughts
and personal feelings? – I’m sorry, I just really
needed somebody to talk to. I’m Monee. – Monee, I’m Katherine. How often do these random
acts of violence occur? – [Monee] A few times a week. – A few times a
week, that’s intense! – I’m supposed to be
seeing a psychiatrist, but I don’t trust those quacks. – [Katherine] So you decided to peruse a art gallery instead? – Just needed some
time to think. – You don’t honestly believe that all psychiatrists
are quacks, do you? – They just want
your damn money. They don’t care
about helping nobody. – [Katherine] I’m sure there
are a few you can trust. – Uh, yeah. – [Katherine] Who are you
talking about, your boyfriend? – If you wanna call him that. – Well certainly, he must
mean something to you? – Well yeah, I don’t know
how we have been able to sustain a relationship
for 14 months. – 14 months? – [Monee] Yeah, so it’s
funny because I told people we shouldn’t have
lasted 14 days. – What’s your boyfriend’s name? – Earnest, but I really wish
you wouldn’t call him that. – What, Earnest or boyfriend? Seriously, what provokes
the abusive behavior? – I don’t know. You know, our first
argument was over how much yards that it
takes to make a hoodie. – A hoodie? – Yes, he designed
this hooded jacket, and I called my mom,
who’s a seamstress, and asked her to design
the prototype for him. And it just exploded from there. Anyway, I don’t quite
understand how this works. – [Earnest] How what works? – [Monee] The hoodie, like
what is it supposed to do? – Baby, it doesn’t do
anything, it’s a metaphor. – It infers that I haven’t
forgotten where I came from, ’cause I’m always looking back. – Oh, okay, I get it, I get it. But you know you’re
not gonna be able to tell that to everybody who
buys one, hah hah! (laughs) – True, true, but you know not everybody is as intelligent as my boo thang. – Mmh, boo thang, that
has a nice ring to it. But you know you’re
the genius boo thang. – Genius hardly. But it’s simple enough for an
eighth grader to understand. – So considerate! – Baby, you got a little
chicken on your teeth. – I’m done, let’s go. Let’s go. – I’m gonna pay the bill. (sighs) – Lauryn? – Monee. – Well, I see you just
picked the perfect time to come and flaunt
yourself around Earnest. – Monee, Earnest
and I are neighbors. And we have been friend
for a number of years– – [Monee] I know what you are. – Listen, if I wanted– – The point is stay
away from him, okay? – If I wanted Earnest,
you would be history. – (laughs) You don’t
know me very well. – Obviously, you
don’t know yourself. – How about we get
six in each color? I should make all of the
prototypes, what do you think? – Sounds good to me. – Okay, that should cost
like 100 maybe $125. Damn, I still gotta get somebody
to make them for me though. – I may know someone,
but you have to be quiet. – Be quiet? – Yes, she has to
think it’s for me, or she’s not gonna do it. Especially if she
knows it’s for a man. – Can I get my phone? – How much is she gonna charge? – Don’t worry about that, babe. I’ll take care of it. Hello, hey ma! – I got this project I
need you to work on for me. – I want you to sew
a project for me. – It’s like 20 hoodies. – About 12 to 15 hoodies? – I want you to
market it for me. – How long do you think
it’s going to take? – You already got
my merchant number! – How much cloth do I need? – Right, there you go! – Okay, okay, good. – Are we good? – Okay, well I’ll bring
it by later on today. – So we good? – Yes, I told you she
was going to do it! – Yes! Now you sure we don’t need
to put it in the budget? – Earnest, I told you I
would take care of it. Stop second guessing me
when I tell you something. – [Earnest] Baby,
I’m just making sure. – Well, you don’t
need to make sure. When I tell you I got
something, I got it! Do you understand? I asked you a question, Earnest! – Yeah, I hear you. – Don’t ignore me when
I tell you something. When I say something, I
expect you to respond. Now, let’s go pick
up your material. – Hey, who was that you called? – Oh, it was my mother,
she’s a seamstress. So she said we’re gonna
need about 3/4 per hoodie. – Okay, so…
– 3/4 yard. – 3/4 is one that
means every fourth one you’ll have a quarter
so four makes five, and we need eight
yards will make 10. – No, eight yards will
make eight hoodies. – No, baby, every fourth one
we’ll have a quarter over, so every fourth will
have an additional one, so we can make– – Okay, my mom is
a seamstress, okay? She’s been sewing ever
since I was a little girl. She’s been sewing for Bobbi
Brown, Silk, everybody. So she should know
how much yard. – Baby, I don’t care if she
made Barack Obama’s drawers, two plus two is four! – See, you know what, that’s
your problem, Earnest! You think you know everything! You know, I’m so sick of you! I can’t even finish
my damn chicken without you saying something. – Baby, you need to calm down. – No, you need to calm down! Don’t tell me to calm down! You think you know everything! – But Monee, people
are looking at– – I don’t care who’s
looking at me, screw them! Okay, shit, I’ll
kick your ass, too! Sick of everybody! What? I’m gonna punch you
in your damn face if you say something else! – Thank you for shopping
Wild Art with us today. You supported your
local Georgia artists. Come see us again! So wow, that was
pretty explosive. – That’s nothing compared
to the next 13 months. – So what about when
you were growing up? – What is there to talk about? – What was it like for you? – Our father molested
me and beat me, and my mother she neglected
me and turned a deaf ear. He spent more time in my
room than he did in hers. Son of a bitch
hurt me for years, and you think she ever
did anything about it? – Did she? – Hell no she didn’t. As long as he kept her in
a nice car and nice house, he could do whatever the
hell he wanted to do. She didn’t care. – Certainly there was
somebody who cared about you. – There was times he
left me covered in blood. And my friends would
come pick me up, and he would just hunt me down and take me back to his house. – To his house? – I didn’t consider it my home, if that’s what you’re
expecting me to say. – So let me get
some clarification, there was no one who reported
abuse from your father? – To who? He had the police department
in his back pocket. He had so much influence, he could do whatever
he wanted to do. – Really? – My father’s killed people. No one’s ever
questioned him about I. – Alright, tell me more
about you and Earnest. – I decided to be the bigger
person and call him back. – They bump with me! – That just shows you
how much you love me. You love me! – I love you!
– Do it! – But I’ll be–
– Go do it now! Jump off of the ramp! (both laughing) ♪ Let me know what’s ♪ ♪ Show me how you really feel ♪ ♪ Don’t let it fade never ♪ – Bam, baby!
– No, you’re (mumbles) ♪ How it works ♪ ♪ All I need is to complete ♪ ♪ And it will be
that I love you ♪ ♪ Say it’s the devil ♪ ♪ And I feel ♪ ♪ It’s in my soul, yeah ♪ ♪ It beats a thousand words ♪ ♪ How I feel ♪ ♪ It’s in my soul oh yeah ♪ ♪ If you find another guy ♪ ♪ Call it perfection art ♪ ♪ Praise about her love ♪ ♪ Tell me where to start ♪ ♪ Her revision was to love me ♪ ♪ Baby I love you too ♪ ♪ My motivation’s like cashews ♪ ♪ And she give me the bluffs ♪ ♪ I got your back
girls, don’t worry ♪ ♪ I got your back
boys, so don’t worry ♪ ♪ I put you in a position
where you ain’t never been ♪ ♪ We talk about big
houses and little kids ♪ ♪ Painting pictures
in my dreams ♪ ♪ Trying to map out life
and where I wanna be ♪ ♪ All white wedding let’s
take it up a notch ♪ ♪ I’m looking at her example ♪ – Did you like
what you saw today? – What are you talking about? – The girl over there when
we were playing the game. Did you like it? – What girl, baby? – You were looking at her booty. I saw you looking at her booty. Did you like her booty? – Baby, I wasn’t looking at
nobody’s booty but yours. – Look, it’s okay! I saw you looking at her booty. Like you literally,
I saw your eyes, they were looking at her booty when she walked into the store. – Baby, I promise you– – So what, are you
calling me a liar? – No, no–
– Are you saying that I’m crazy, Earnest?
– No, no! I would never do that. – But I saw you looking! Like you were blatantly
looking at her booty. – Oh, baby–
– But it’s okay. I mean, I understand that you’re
gonna still look at girls, even though we’re together,
I understand that. And it’s okay, but I just
don’t want you saying that you didn’t
look at her booty, when I blatantly saw
you look at her booty. – Baby, I only
have eyes for you. – And her booty, apparently! But it’s okay–
– It’s not, but– – Just admit that you were
looking at her booty, babe! It’s okay!
– It is not. – It is, like, I
promise it’s okay. – Alright. – Fucking booty! Okay babe, like,
it’s okay, okay? – It was okay until you
started beating my ass. ♪ (vocalizing) ♪ ♪ Said it’s 10,000 words ♪ ♪ And I feel it’s
in my soul yeah ♪ ♪ It’s 10,000 words ♪ ♪ Oh and I feel it’s
in my soul yeah ♪ – Yeah, like that. Kick me. Yeah! Oh! Kick! You’re off your game, are you? What’s up with you? – Hah! Look, I’m good, alright? Everybody can’t be a
superstar in football. – It’s not about
me, it’s about you. I’m just here to work. Go! I want you to work
hard, dump my course. – No disrespect, Joe, but maybe you should
just stick to football and personal training,
because you have not idea– (scuffling) – Earnest, I love
you like a brother. I tell you, that I
will beat you down! Get help! Damn, (mumbles). Now go home! – Now listen, I’m
a grown ass man! – [Woman] I love you! – [Man] You don’t
wanna listen to me! – Oh! – You know, it takes a real
big man to push a woman around. – Why did you say, punk? – Punk? That’s real cool, dude. – Look Buckwheat, mind
your business, okay? Mind your business, unless
you want some of this. – Okay, now I don’t think you’re man enough
to fill that order. But if you feel lucky,
go ahead and try. – I see, I guess I’m gonna
have to teach you a lesson that your mamma obviously
forgot to teach you, or was too stupid to give you! Yeah, how you like
that, huh, yeah! – Get up, punk! – Get off me! – Get up! Get up! Get up, get up, get up! Get out! – [Earnest] You okay? – Yes, thank you so much. He is such a jerk! I’m Lisa. – Earnest, and
you’re welcome, Lisa. I know the type. – [Lisa] You handled yourself
really well out there. – I guess some things
just come naturally, Lisa. – Yeah, unfortunately that
includes being a butthead. – Well, the world takes
all different types of people, you know? Listen, you take
care, okay Lisa? – Can I buy you a
drink or something? You know, to say thanks? – [Earnest] That won’t
be necessary, Lisa. That guy was trash, he
deserved to be taught a lesson. – I’m the one who needs a lesson on how to stay away
from guys like that. – Don’t blame yourself, okay? A real man, don’t have to be
asked to take out the trash. – It’s not the first time. – Well, maybe you need
to make it your last. – And how do you suggest
I do that, Earnest? – Maybe you need to try
something different? – Well, I am all ears. (phone ringing) – You got your Ernie
bear, don’t mess it up. – Do you always have to
answer the phone like that? – What’s up, Monee? – No seriously, why do you
answer the phone like that? It’s so retarded. – Oh, I’m great, thanks. – Seriously, I don’t understand why you don’t answer the
phone like a normal person. Such an idiot sometimes. – [Earnest] Look
Monee, we need to talk, but not on the phone, okay? – Earnest, if you
wanna break up, why don’t you just be
man enough to say that, and not have me waste my
time driving 23 miles to– – [Earnest] Hey, I’d just rather
talk in person, that’s all. – Just be man enough to
say what you gotta say! – Okay, big mouth, I’m done! I don’t need this crap
from you or nobody else. – Well, I’m done, too! Tired of–
– Alright, Monee, bye. – Whatever, bye! (phone ringing) – Ernie! Earnest! Problem here getting
your groove on, I bet. – [Earnest] What
do you want, Frank? – Man, get out the bed! Man, get out of the bed! – It’s a sofa, it’s not a bed. – Earnest, get up! Man, get up, dude! Earnest, get up, lion king! Get up, man! – How did you get
in here anyway? – I got in here with the key. – Yeah, I remember
getting my key back! – And I remember
making myself a copy for situations like this. Man, what’s wrong with you? – Nothing! – Dude, just tell me. – Is it that good? I mean, it must
be lined in gold. – Yeah, it is. – Look at you. You ain’t shaved, you
ain’t combed your hair. Man, you’re like a
real raggamuffin. Why have you let this
girl get under your skin? – Because it’s personal.
– Oh. – Just leave me alone. – Uh uh. Dawg, you didn’t behave this
badly when mamma passed. – Let’s leave mamma out of this. – None of us should have to
deal with abuse, especially you. You a good man, Earnest. What Monee is
putting you through, you shouldn’t even
have to deal with. I mean, look at mamma and daddy. They was together 49 years. 49 years and not one
time did they raise a, no, I’m good, not one time did
they raise a finger toward each other
in an abusive way. Abuse is serious business. – I know, Frank,
but I love her, man. – Look okay, when I met Ursula, I was crazy in lover with her. I mean, I still am, I was
willing to take anything she had to dish
out, good or bad. Luckily for me, she
wasn’t the type of woman that would take
advantage of my kindness. – Everywhere I turn,
there’s always somebody trying to tell me what
I should do about Monee. Well, what about
you, Frank, huh? What about you? – What about me? – You bigger and
stronger than Ursula, what would you do
if she hit you? – I would probably
get my ass beat. (Earnest laughing) – [Frank] No, no, no, don’t
laugh at me, because it’s not… She’s just fast! But it’s not about that. It’s not about being bigger
or stronger in a relationship. It’s about two people, that’s
willing to love each other enough not to put their
hands on each other. – I feel you, Frank, I feel you. – Ernie, we both know
that if you wanted to, you could knock her
out with one punch. Then of course, I’d be
down at the jail house bailing your ass out. You’re not a violent person. And I know you are
restraining yourself, because of what you went
through in the military. We need the things in our past, so we can make way
for our future. Now get up man, you stink. – Why won’t you just go
now, get up out of here, so I can be by myself? – I’m gonna go, hold up. You don’t need this, man,
this is as bad as poison. This is poison,
look at all this! This ain’t good! Mmh, mmh! Yeah. What is that, peach? Aw, come on, man,
knock it off, man. (phone ringing) I’m gonna get the phone, man. If that’s the case, what? – (voice drowned
out by ringing), that I don’t want
to be bothered. – We ain’t home! – Frank?
– Yeah? – Have a drink, have
a drink. (laughs) – You been stinking
and you been stinking! How about that? Uh uh, uh uh! Get up! (“Home”) ♪ I can’t wait to come home ♪ ♪ You know the first
thing’s smoking ♪ ♪ Baby I ain’t joking
out here all alone ♪ (vomiting) ♪ I can’t wait to come home ♪ (electric razor buzzing) ♪ Baby I ain’t joking ♪ – Uh! (shower running) Hey baby, I’m coming home. ♪ I can’t wait to come home ♪ ♪ You know the first
thing’s smoking ♪ ♪ Baby I ain’t joking ♪ ♪ Out here all alone ♪ ♪ Trying to (mumbles) ♪ ♪ Just to be there ♪ ♪ I can’t wait to come home ♪ ♪ You know the first
thing’s smoking ♪ ♪ Baby I ain’t joking ♪ ♪ With your lips, with your
smell, with your feel ♪ ♪ With your ooh ♪ ♪ I just want to
get back to you ♪ ♪ I can’t wait to come home ♪ ♪ You know the first
thing’s smoking ♪ ♪ Baby I ain’t joking ♪ (soft gasping) (Monee crying) – Baby, what’s wrong? – I just love you so much. – God, I thought I hurt you. – No, baby! I love when you make love to me. When you’re inside of me, I feel like you’re
making love to my soul. – Monee, we can’t keep
going through this. You got to get help for
your anger issues, baby. – Baby, isn’t this make
up sex worth it? (giggles) – Yeah, but we can’t
fix everything with sex. – Oh babe, I just want
you to hold me right now. And I want us to be happy that
we’re still together, okay? ♪ You know the first
thing’s smoking ♪ ♪ Baby I ain’t joking ♪ ♪ Out here on the
road trying to be ♪ – Monee, I definitely
love my natural hair, but you gotta put this
weave in my hair next time. – Oh, I got you, definitely. Alright, you’re awesome. Now you’re all set!
– Alright, girl. Let me get you paid. – Okay, here come, let’s go. (indistinct speaking) Good morning, Mr. Bradford. – What’s good? Your rent is seriously past due. I’ve made several phone
calls and left messages. – I know, I’ve been
going through a lot, and I’m just trying– – In regards to what’s going
on in the rest of your life, Miss Kinyard, the rent is due
on the first of each month. – I understand
that, Mr. Bradford, but I’m really trying to– – But, the only butt you
have to be worrying about is yours being out on the street if I don’t have the rent
by close of business today. – Business was slow last month. – Sounds like a
personal problem. I run a business not a charity. – You know, if I was a man, you wouldn’t be talking
to me like that. – If you were a man, I
probably would have been putting my fist in your
face for the way you talk. – I know my rights! You can’t come in here
threatening me like that! I have 30 days! – You have until
the end of the day, or the locks will be changed,
and you will be out– – Who do you think
you’re talking to? I don’t care if
you’re my landlord! Nobody talks to me like this! – I just did, and
I’m done talking. – Then leave, leave! – All of the rent plus the
late fee by the end of the day, or your ass is out of here! – Get out of my face, I’ll sue
you for everything you got! I’ll own this building. – (chuckles) Five o’clock, or the locks will be changed, and a police officer will
be posted at the door. – Get out of here, raggedy
ass building anyway. – And if you decide to show up, I’ll have you arrested
for trespassing. Then we’ll see how
tough you really are. – I said, get your
ass out of here! – (chuckles) You’ve
got a big mouth for a nappy headed knockoff! Five o’clock!
– Your mamma, your mamma’s a nappy head! (landlord laughing) (indistinct speaking) – [Earnest] Bradford! – Excuse me? – I’m a man. – I can see that. You are? – Why don’t we just pretend
my name is Monee Kinyard? – Oh, I get it, you are the
knight in shining armor. – That’s right, Bradford,
the black knight. – And you’ve come
to save the day. – How much is the late fee? – Well, I’m not sure that’s any of your business, black knight. – I’m making it my business. – Miss Kinyard’s name
is on the contract. – How much? – Okay, I guess I guess
I can spend your money just as easily as I spend hers. Late fee’s $60. – Here’s $3,000, this should
cover your next three months, and your late fee. Don’t harass her again. – Of course, I’ll have to make
sure that this check clears. – The money’s good, Bradford. You step out of line
with her one more time, your day’s gonna
be the last thing you gonna have to
worry about saving. – Oh, that sounds real tough. – Don’t let the
smooth pace fool you. – Nice doing business with you. Oh and please say hello
to Miss Kinyard for me. – Hey baby, I took care
of that clown for you. Your next three
months are paid for. – Oh, baby! Thank you, I love you! – [Earnest] I love you, too. (singing) Now this is
what I call good loving (Monee laughing) (Earnest singing) – Baby, hey babe, focus. – I am focused. – The other reason why
I called you over here. – Oh, on that. – Yes, my computer. – Okay, alright. So you want me to
hook up a link, so that you can access your
clients remotely, right? – Right, I wanna
be able to set up so I can look at my
client’s information without anybody else. – [Earnest] Okay, no problem. So I’ll just export
them into a spreadsheet, then I’ll hook up there on it,
and put it on your website. – Mm-hmm, oh, and can you
put microwave Word on there? – (laughs) Baby,
it’s Microsoft Word. – You know what
I mean. (giggles) – [Earnest] I know
what you mean. – I wanna write
letters and stuff. – I got you, baby. – Don’t you? – Okay. ♪ This time I’m spending
with you tonight baby ♪ ♪ Yeah, yeah, ♪ ♪ I think you’re so beautiful ♪ There you go. – Already? – [Earnest] It helps when
you know what you’re doing. – Oh, well. – [Earnest] Now move this way. – Me be the judge of that. – [Earnest] Let me move this. – I’m gonna stare at this. – So far so good. Earnest?
– Hm? – Who is this in the
picture with you? – That’s just Lorraine. – Who the hell is Lorraine, and why does she have it all
backed up on you like that? – Baby, it’s just a girl
I went to an event with two years ago, you know, we
did some training together. Why you tripping? – Did you screw her? – Oh my God, what
difference does that make? – [Monee] What
difference does it make? – Baby– – Does it make any? What difference does it make? – Keep your voice down! – No! You’re not gonna have
a picture of some bitch on my computer and
think it’s cool! – It’s a picture! – I don’t care if
it’s a picture! – Look– you know what, hey! I’m out.
– Are you out? – Yes, I’m out.
– Are you, are you out? – Putting up with this crap! – Okay, okay.
– This crap! – You’re out, okay. You out? You’re out? ♪ ‘Cause I’ma make you
say my name tonight yeah ♪ ♪ I think you’re so beautiful ♪ – I’m Lauryn “Pep” Bradley,
and I tell you to be safe. Hey, lover boy! – [Earnest] Hey, news lady! Or should that be Pep? – Earnest, so good to see you. (mumbling) Oh Earnest, you are so tense
and badly in need of a massage. – [Earnest] (laughs)
Is that an offer? – Well, only if
you want it to be. – Why do they call you Pep? – You don’t have the
necessary clearance for that information. – What are you looking for? – Your ball and chain. (both laughing) – That was rich! – Monee has eyes all over you. – If she see me with you, ah,
she gonna start World War III. – Listen, I’m patiently
waiting on Monee to mess up just one time, so you can
open your eye wide enough. – And then what? – You’ll see why
they call me Pep. (“Pretty Woman”) ♪ Pretty woman walking
down the street ♪ ♪ Pretty woman kind
I’d like to meet ♪ – [Monee] I asked
you a question! – Monee, we weren’t
doing nothing! I was just playing! – [Monee] Don’t ignore me
when I tell you something! When I say something, I
expect you to respond! – Oh, God. I gotta stop doing this crap. – Dude, you okay,
you look like hell. – I’m good, man. – You lying, I haven’t
seen you in a month. You don’t come to
the gym anymore. What’s going on with you, man? – I know, dawg, it’s
Monee, man, she tripping. – Tripping? Word on the street is she
been whipping your ass. – Naw, man, she loses her
temper every now and then, but you know, that’s the norm. Ain’t no big thang. – The norm? Man, I’m tired of people making excuses for
these abusers, man. – It’s not that
I’m making excuses, I’m just acknowledging
my part, that’s all. – Bull crap. She scratches you,
beats you, punches you, she’s keyed up your car,
she’s broken your window– – Thomas, Thomas,
Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, dude, I know that, man, I
was there, remember, hello? – [Thomas] Yeah, you were there. You’re absolutely right. I’m just saying. – What, you think I enjoy
letting her kick my ass, huh? – [Thomas] I mean, I
hope you don’t, bro. – It’s just like you said, man, if I kicked her ass,
I’m going to jail. I ain’t trying to hear that. – I mean, you still
don’t have to take it. Press charges on her. – Press charges? So yeah, so I’m
gonna call the cops, and say, uhm, excuse me, but this 130 pound woman
just kicked my ass. – You damn right! – So that’s your
answer, huh dawg? – Look man, she’s bipolar. You need to get her some help. Like, go to a doctor
who gonna subscribe some of them big pills. I’m talking about the big
horse pills, the blue ones, ’cause she need to
take some of them. – Dude, I’m just trying
to change some of my ways, that’s all, you
know how I am, man. I been know to say the
hell with women real fast, you know that. – Man, if you love her,
you’ll get some help, before she kill somebody, or maybe even you, Earnest. – Tom! Hey babe, I’m back. Babe, you upstairs? – The hell you been, Earnest? – What? – Don’t play dumb with me. Where were you? – I was at the gym
with Thomas, babe. Worked out, and then we– – Stop lying! Carla called me and told me
that you were with a bitch! – What bitch, baby? Look, I know you
think Thomas is cute, but I wouldn’t call him a girl. – You think this is funny? So you think this is funny. – Baby, what are you
doing with those knives? – You think this is a game. You think this is funny? – Baby, you need to
put that knife down. Baby please, put the knife down. (woman grunts) – This is what
I’m talking about. (woman cries out) – Baby… – [Voice] Thomas
no, she’s a sniper! (scuffling) (Earnest cries out) Monee! You need professional
psychiatric help, baby. – Get the hell off of me! – You need psychological
help, baby! – I’m not crazier than
your dead ass mamma! – God…
– Gonna kill you! I promise to God I’m
gonna kill your ass! – Baby, please…
– You don’t care about me! – Please get help. – Are you gonna kill me? – I love you, I love you, baby. I love you, I love you, baby. Baby, please get help,
please, please, baby? Please, I will go with you. I will go with you. – Oh, so sorry. – [Earnest] Please,
I will go with you. – [Monee] I’m so
sorry, I’m sorry. (both crying) – So browsing art
is your new therapy. – I don’t know what
it is, Katherine, but if I’m not having sex
with him, I can’t stand him. – So sex is your common
bond with Earnest. – How can somebody who
makes you feel so good, make you so angry? – What else about him is it
that you like besides the sex? – He’s rich, but he just has
the best sex I’ve ever had. – There’s gotta be more than sex to a solid relationship, Monee. – Well, didn’t I
tell you he was rich? He takes care of my kids,
I will give him that. – Does he have kids of his own? – Yes, and he’s such
a great provider, and he’s always bringing
us stuff and cooking. – So, he’s good, he’s caring. – Mm-hmm. – What about that sets you off? – His smart ass mouth. – [Katherine] What do you mean? – He gets on my damn nerves. He always has something
to say about everything. – [Katherine] Is he not
entitled to an opinion? – I guess so, but
he knows everything. – Relationships take
patience, Monee. – I hear you, I guess
the biggest thing is if he cheats or if he lies. – Does he? – [Monee] Well, none
that I can prove yet. – You were talking about
a mattress earlier. What about that? – I have a $3,000
king size bed, okay? And I wanted it moved from
upstairs to downstairs. – And did he offer
to move it for you? – Uh, actually he did. – Well, that was considerate. – Well no, he should
have just left it alone if he wasn’t gonna do it right. – [Katherine] What
happened, Monee? – Okay, he hired these guys
to help him move the mattress. And they turned my
mattress upside down. – What does Earnest
do for a living? – What difference
does that make? – [Katherine] Well, I’m just
trying to figure things out. – [Monee] It sounds like
you’re defending him. – I’m not defending
him, he’s just, I wanna be fair and he’s
not here to defend himself. – A retired military and
he does videos on the side. – You are so defensive, Monee. Do you not trust anyone? – [Monee] Not really. – Well, you’re gonna
have to trust me, if you want me to help you. – I’m trying, but
it’s just really hard. – My, well, let’s get
back to the mattress. – That’s $3,000! – Was the mattress
really worth $3,000 or is it the whole bed? – Why are you asking me all
these lame ass questions? – Maybe you’re putting
an inflated sense of value on the mattress. – [Monee] Because I know
how much it’s worth! – Well, did you pay
full price for it? – That’s not the point! He has no business
mistreating my stuff! – What did you do? – I flipped it over
myself, I went off! – Did that piss you off? – [Monee] Yes, it pissed me off! – [Katherine] Could it not
just have been a mistake? – No it couldn’t
have been a mistake, because takes care of his stuff. If it was his, he
wouldn’t have did that. I’m done. – Monee, Monee, can we
do this next Friday? – Lorraine!
– Hi, Dr. Malone! – It’s good to see you! Don’t you have something better
to do on your lunch hour? – Well, you know I had to come
down here and check on you. – I’m fine, I’m fine,
how was the wedding? – It was nice! – That’s great. – How are things
going down here today? – I tell you this morning
was very interesting. – What happened? – I met a young
lady, very disturbed. – Is she being abused? – This time she’s the abuser. And I think she’s very
capable of hurting somebody. – Are you taking her
in as a new patient? – I am, but not in
the traditional way. She’s not very trusting. I’m gonna continue
to see her here without her knowing about it. – Do you need me to do anything? – I need you to clear
my schedule for Friday. – Should I start the new
patient packet for her? – No, I want you to
start an info file, and I’ll fill in the rest. – And how about payment? – This one’s on me. I think it’s more important
that we help this girl instead of worrying about money. – Understood. What’s her name? – Monee. (dramatic music) (“Sanford and Son Theme Song”) – Now that’s enough
about cable TV. I gotta go to work, odabo. – [Monee] Hey, baby. – Hey, babe! How you doing? (door closes) How’d it go? – [Monee] Oh my gosh,
it went so good. – Yeah?
– Yes. – What’d your doctor say? – Well… She said that I need
to be more patient and considerate
of your feelings. That’s what she said. – Yeah?
– Yup. – She must’ve said a hell
of a lot more than that. – Well baby, I get to
spend the day with you. No kids, no clients,
no work, no phone! Just me and you. – [Earnest] That’s it, huh? – Yup. – [Earnest] All because of me. – [Monee] Well… You and she did give me
this little bit of medicine. (Monee laughs) just a little b… (laughs) – [Earnest] Yeah, I
knew something was up. – No, but that’s a good thing. – Really?
– Yes, and I’m so excited. Oh, we get to cook
Thanksgiving dinner together. I’m so excited, baby,
you gotta get dressed. You’re sitting here with
your shirt all unbuttoned, you gotta button
this, go get dressed. Come on, babe, get up! Come on, and get dressed. – Okay. – I’m so happy. Give me a kiss! Yay, okay! You have on one slipper. Oh, what the hell? (laughs) Get up, babe, let’s go! (upbeat music) Stop looking at my ass, Earnest! – Baby, I wasn’t even
looking at your booty. I was looking at my bird. I didn’t even know you
brought your booty downstairs. Did you bring your
booty downstairs? I didn’t even–
(Monee laughs) I thought you left it
upstairs in that dress. You know how much
I love that dress! – I know, but these
are my cooking clothes. – [Earnest] Oh, is
that what it is? – I can’t wear a
dress all day for you. – [Earnest] I got
me buttoned in. (Monee laughs) – Babe, your turkey
is fine, okay? Go, I got this, let me
handle everything, okay? – Alright–
– Thank you! – [Earnest] Do what you do. – I’m cooking my
world famous squash. – [Earnest] Oh, I
don’t eat squash. – [Monee] Well, you’ve
never had my squash. It’s different from anything
you’ve ever had, promise. – Baby, how can
squash be different? All of it is slimy
and nasty to me. – So you’re not gonna eat it? – No, I don’t like squash. – Well, we just won’t eat
anything then, alright? – Oh, hey, wait, hey,
baby, wait, baby! – We don’t have to eat nothing! – What are you doing? – Have to eat nothing. You so selfish, Earnest! – How you gonna get started? Throwing away the food just
because I won’t eat your squash? – You cooked that
mess the other night, and I don’t even eat shrimp. – [Earnest] Baby, all you
had to do was just tell me you don’t like shrimp. – Just eat the damn
squash, Earnest! That’s all you have to do! You’re such a selfish bastard! – Come here!
– What, no! – Yes!
– No! (upbeat romantic music) (indistinct speaking) – [Earnest] I can
be nice sometimes. – [Lisa] Well, from
what I’ve seen, you’re pretty nice all the time. – It’s a good thing you
can read my mind, Lisa. – Sometimes I wish I could,
maybe I’d understand you better. – Some things, Lisa, just
not meant to be understood. – What happened to your head? – Monee acting crazy again. – [Monee] I saw Monee in
the middle of the afternoon at the art gallery at like 1:30. – Art gallery?
– Mm-hmm. – I didn’t even know she
took an interest in art. She was probably just picking
some stuff out for me. – You’re too good of
a man to be involved with someone like her. – Thanks, Lisa,
but I’m good, okay? – Well, if you’re so good, how come you have scratches
all over your body? – You know, Applebee’s give
vets a free meal, right? – [Lisa] Right. – Well, I went by myself, when I got there, I ran into
this girl that she knows. I really didn’t
recognize her at first til later on I called Monee. And at first she was
all hey, how you doing, friendly and everything. And she mentioned she
figurines that she liked, so I bought them for her. And when I gave them to her,
she took the biggest one and she hit me with it. (Lisa sighs) I got eight stitches
out of that deal. – What the hell was she
so pissed off about? – The girl from Applebee’s? She told her I was
there with another girl. – That maniac is gonna
kill you, Earnest. – I love her, Lisa. I don’t know what else
to say, I love her. – Say you will get
out of it, please! – So Edward, you ready to talk a little bit about
her this week? – I don’t know, Doc. Talking about her
takes me to places that I don’t really wanna be. – I understand. But maybe just take
it a little slow. I’m not asking you to reveal any deep or personal
details about her. I just feel like,
it’s really helped you these last few sessions to
open up about your feelings. – We were so close. We did everything together. – What was your most
fond memory of her? – It was going to
the fair one summer when she was 10-years old. I won this broken-hearted
sibling necklace for us. I gave her one half to wear
and I wore the other half. (breathing heavily) But now, I don’t even care
if she’s dead or alive. – Will I see you next week? – [Edward] I don’t think so. – (singing) Here we go,
here we go, here we go! Welcome everybody to
Ike’s Cafe and Grill. (“Concert” by Dave Tolliver) ♪ (vocalizing) ♪ ♪ Take it baby ♪ ♪ Take (vocalizing) ♪ ♪ (vocalizing) ♪ ♪ Up in my dressing room ♪ Hands up, where my ladies at? ♪ Me and you making
love, making love yeah ♪ ♪ Making love in my concert ♪ Thank you! (crowd cheers) Thank you! – [Man] Thank you very
much for coming to Ike’s. Ike’s Cafe and Grill tonight! If you’re having a good time,
make some noise one time! (crowd cheers) Everybody in the house in
love tonight, make some noise! (crowd cheers) There ain’t too many people, I
think I can help you tonight. – So this is your big
surprise, Earnest? Dave Tolliver, is there
anybody else performing? – Baby, there’s a
couple of local artists, but he’s the main attraction. – Okay, first of all, Earnest, if you’re gonna bring me
somewhere to a concert, I’m gonna need more than
one main attraction. It needs to be like five
or six, this is ridiculous! – Wait a minute,
baby, stop tripping! – Waste of my time! – I told you that Dave
and I go way back! I’m just trying
to show some love. – Well, you and Dave
can go way back to hell, because I don’t have time
for this, it’s ridiculous! – Would you shut the hell up? We are trying to
listen to the show! – Oh, and you can go
lick a turtle’s ass! Shut the hell up? Nobody was even talking to you! Heifer? This bitch just
called me a heifer! You gonna let her
talk to me like that? You never defend me, Earnest! I’m so tired of you,
like I’m so serious. I’m leaving, I’m so
tired of your ass! And start defending
me, whatever! (woman exclaims) – Okay, that’s it,
both of you gotta go! – Now wait a minute, man! What did I do?
– I said get out! – [Earnest] What did I do? – The last time that you were
here you caused problems! Out! – Look, I’m just trying
to show my man some love. – [Monee] That’s just
like your punk ass! You never defending
your lady like a– – Look, you either walk
out or get dragged out! You’re both leaving now! – [Earnest] Hey. – Wait a minute here, Sir. – Man, I ain’t
worried about her. Just let me go. – Look, you can’t
win that battle. If you hit her,
you’re going to jail. – I know. – Is she always like that? – No, sometimes she’s worse. – Is that your baby mamma? – Naw man, I really
do care about her– – Look man, I hear that. But abuse is wrong no matter if it’s coming from
a man or a woman. – I know, you’re right. – I had to throw
both you out, man. It wouldn’t look right just
to throw her out, alright? – I understand man, you
just doing your job. – Well, she should
be far enough now. Alright? So you can roll out. Alright. (repeated blows landing) (Earnest groans) – [Man] Hey doctor, is he okay? – Ah, he has a concussion,
but he’ll be okay. Just finishing up
here, took 12 stitches. I think you’re gonna
heel just fine. – Well, can I take him home? – I’d like to keep him
overnight for observation, but he’ll be okay. You’re a very lucky young man. Too many blows to the head could cause permanent
brain damage. Could even be fatal. – Yeah, I read the book, Doc. – I wanna see you back here
the day after tomorrow. Try to keep him calm. – [Man] Thank you, Doc. You’re lucky! She could have killed you! – Earnest, he’s right! When are you gonna realize
that she’s bad for you! – Ya’ll don’t even know if it was her that
attacked me, okay? – Are you serious right now? Who the hell else
could have done it? – It could have been somebody
else from the bar, that’s who. – Lorraine, would you
please talk to this man? I can’t believe what
I’m hearing right now. – Earnest, listen to me. I’m a woman. There’s something
I never told you. – Do you need me
to leave, Lorraine? – No, Thomas, you can stay. Earnest, it started out with yelling. Then it progressed
to him pushing me, and throwing me up
against the wall. I was in denial. He started beating me. He broke my arm in three places! And he fractured two of my ribs! So, took the sight
from my left eye. I had to have three
reconstructive surgeries! And I still do not have
100% sight in this eye! – I love you too much to
watch you go out like this. – So what do you all
want me to do, huh? What do you want me to do? – Hell, give her a taste
of her own medicine! – No, Thomas! Earnest, that’s not the answer. – Yeah well, you know,
that might not be the worst idea in the world. – Why don’t you just
file charges against her? Get a restraining order? You can fight,
but do it legally. – What did you do? – He’s serving 25 years
for attempted murder. – She’s sick, ya’ll. – [Thomas] Yes, she is! – Lorraine, she’s getting
help, you know that. – [Lorraine] I love you like
you’re my blood brother, and I cannot stand to see
you going through this. – [Thomas] I love you, too, man. This has to end, Earnest! Earnest!
– What? (Earnest mumbles) Okay. If she does it again,
if she does it again. – If? – I’ll file charges. Maybe a couple nights in
jail do her some good. – Earnest. – [Earnest] Hey, Ursula. Let me guess. Frank told you I was
out here, didn’t he? – He also told me what
you’re going through. – Yeah well, Frank’s
got a big mouth. – No, Frank loves you, so do I. – Beautiful out here, isn’t it? – [Ursula] It is. He told me that you guys spent a lot of time out
here growing up. – Aw, no doubt! I got my first kiss
right over there. And I got my first p– picture, nevermind. – You know what? You are just nasty, Earnest. I don’t know why you putting
up with Monee’s mess. That girl is just
no good for you. – Love, dear
sister-in-law, love. The other night we
were making love, and right in the middle
she started crying. And when I asked
her what’s wrong, she just said, I
love you so much! That’s when you know you’re
making love to her soul. – She is poison, alright? – You know, just
like that dessert that you know is
no good for you, but no matter what, you
just can’t stop eating it! What happens when your
arteries get clogged, and you have a heart attack? – You cut back. – No, cut it off. I mean, what is it? Are you afraid you
can’t get anybody else? – I don’t want nobody else. – [Ursula] Well guess
what, I got some friends, I can hook you up. – No thanks, I’ve
seen your friends. They all look like
contenders for WWF. – Alright, knucklehead. But lay off off my
friends, you know why? I am just trying to help you. – Just kidding, I love you, too. – You know how I do. (laughs) – So break me off a little
something, and hey, what’s up? – (singing) You
need a new woman. That’s what time it is. That woman’s gonna
drag you in the gutter if you don’t start listening
to the people that love you. (mumbles) – [Earnest] Babe, you
cool with the special? – Oh, go ahead, babe. – What are you doing? – [Monee] I have kids, remember? – [Earnest] And? – [Monee] And they have
to eat too, jack ass! – [Earnest] Damn, it
don’t take all of that! We’ll just get six specials. – [Monee] I don’t
need you thinking that my kids are your
responsibility, Earnest. They can eat noodles. – Baby, what kind of man
eats a five dollar meal, while his lady’s
kids eat noodles? – It’ll be alright. – [Earnest] My man, can you
let me get six specials? Put them on the same tab, okay? Girl, put your money away. I got this. – They are my responsibility. – [Earnest] I understand that,
but if you and I go to Ike’s, we gonna spend more than
$30 on just the two of us. This way all six of us will
get to eat for the same money. So just chill. – Well, I’ll give
it back to you. – That won’t be necessary. – I said I’m gonna
give it back to you! That’s the end of it! – If it’ll make you happy, then do what you
have to do, Monee. – What would really
make me happy, if you would shut the
hell up sometimes, and do as you’re told. Go get the food! – (speaks in foreign
language), my brother. (speaks in foreign language) (Bradford laughs) – Bradford, what
are you doing here? You following me? I told you my money
was good, man. – Oh, of course not, black
knight, I got business here. – What business
you got down here? You gonna close on
somebody’s orphan? – Aw, now. What’d you serve? – Retired. 22 years, six
months, three weeks, two days and some hours. – Only the strong survive. – You know it, no doubt. – What about you, Bradford? Did you put in any time? – Oh, my mother wanted to make
sure she produced a lawyer, so she made sure that all the
recruiters in town knew it. – Well, I’m sure law school was a hell of a lot easier
than the military. – Well, I’m Brett. – Earnest Anderson. – [Bradford] Have a seat. I don’t mean to
intrude, Earnest, but something bothering you? – Girlfriend problems. – Oh, been there. What brings you down here? – Gotta pay a speeding ticket. – Oh, can’t keep your foot
out of the gas tank, huh? – Actually, it’s
my girlfriend’s. But I figured, I better come
down here and pay for it, she’s not never tactful. – I know the type. Well listen, why
don’t you let me take care of that
speeding ticket for you? – You gonna pay for my ticket? – Who said anything
about paying for it? Being a judge has a
few perks around here– – Whoa, whoa, whoa,
wait a minute! You’re a judge? I threatened a judge? – Oh no, no, you were
just defending her honor. – [Earnest] Ooh… – Why don’t you let
me take care of that as a small token of my
appreciation for your service? – I’m glad I didn’t hit you? – [Bradford] Well, I’m glad
of that, too there, Earnest, because we’d have a problem. – Yes, a big problem. – And look, I’ve
got a case, so uh… Thank you again
for your service. – Thank you, your Honor. Hey babe! Hey, can we talk? – About what, Earnest? What is there to talk about? – We need to talk about us,
baby, when you get a chance. – I’m working, Earnest. – You been taking your meds? – Now why is that
any of your business? – It’s my business because
of the way you behave when you don’t take them. – Do you love me? – [Earnest] What? – Do you love me? – Would I put up with your
crap if I didn’t love you? I have a broken
wrist because of you. – Alright, say it. Say it. I wanna hear you say it. – I love you. – Say it again. – I love you. – Say it again. – I love you. – Say my name with it. – I love you, Monee. – Make love to me.
– What? – Yeah, make love to me. – [Earnest] Baby,
Monee, we are– – Make love to me right now. – We are trying to have
a serious conversation, and you wanna have sex? – Yes, I want you
to do me right now! I don’t even care if
you locked the door. – No, wait, wait, wait. – [Monee] Baby. – No, babe, wait, wait, wait– – Let’s make love. (phone ringing) – Earnest, who what was that callng with that
sexy ass ringtone? – I don’t know, baby, that’s
my default ringtone, okay? Let’s just finish
our conversation. I’ll call them back later. – Uh uh, hell no, call
them back right now. – Baby, I’m not calling
them back, okay? Come on, let’s finish
our conversation– – Give me the phone. – I’m not giving
you the phone, okay? I’m not calling them back! – [Monee] You know, that’s okay! That’s okay, that’s Lorraine! That’s what that is! That’s who that is! Call her back! – I’m not calling
her back, okay? I’m leaving. – Okay, you know
what, it’s okay. (Earnest groans)
I saw the number! I’ll call her back myself! – Look, I suggest
you wouldn’t do that. – I would suggest
you kiss my ass. – Baby, I think it was Lorraine. – Oh, you think it
was Lorraine now! Are you screwing her? – Oh my God, here we go again! – Yes, here we go again! Yes, here we go again! – Look babe, I am
not screwing her! That girl is like my sister. – Do you think I’m
stupid, Earnest? – [Earnest] I never
said you were stupid. – My ringtone is some
lame old YMCA song, and hers is Ginuwine
“So Anxious”! You expect me to
believe that this– (Earnest groans) Call list… – Would you stop? – Get away from me. – Would you just–
– Get the hell away from me! Sit down. Sit down, Earnest. Did you just call my man? Don’t play dumb with me! You just called Earnest
Anderson, are you
sleeping with him? – Ma’am, Earnest is like
a brother to me, okay? I don’t appreciate
you calling my phone with this childish crap. – Talking about
that, I’m not dumb! – You know you are
absolutely ridiculous– – Shut up! Don’t lie to me, bitch! – I don’t appreciate you
calling me out of my name! – Well, what you gonna do
about it, bitch, bitch, bitch! Bitch, bitch, beeeatch, what? – Please just hang up the phone! – Shut up! – Hey Lorraine,
hang up the phone! – What, oh you the bitch
that turn against me now? – I’m not defending
anybody, baby, I’m just– – Just a childish way
of handling things. – Oh yeah, and I’ma show
you how childish I am! – You are so rude
and disrespectful! – You were disrespectful
when you called my man. – Well, maybe if you knew
how to treat your man, he wouldn’t need other
women to call him. (Monee shouting) – I know this bitch did
not just hang up on me. Hello– This bitch just hung
up on me, Earnest! This bitch just hung up on me! This bitch hung up
on me, call her back! Call her back right now! Call her back!
– I’m not– – Call the bitch back right now! – [Earnest] I’m not– – Call her back, I said! (shouting indistinctly) (trombone music) – Excuse me, ma’am,
can I play for you? – Do I look like Ella
Fitzgerald to you? – No ma’am, no ma’am. Actually, Ella Fitzgerald
was a famous jazz singer born April 25th, 1917, which
would make her 99-years old. So, you couldn’t
possibly be her. – I will rip your
little head off– – [Katherine] Monee, Monee,
Monee, what are you doing? What are you doing? Let him go, he’s a child! Are you okay?
– Yes, thank you, ma’am. I’m Christian.
– Hi, Christian. – Can I play for you? – Now’s not really a good time. Here take this, just
come back later, okay? – Thanks a lot, lady! Psycho!
– Oh, I got your psycho! – No, no.
– Bad ass kid. – What was with the kid, Monee? – He pissed me off. – What about
Earnest’s broken arm? – He’s such a wuss, I didn’t
even hit him that hard. – But you did hit him? – Yes, I hit him because
he pissed me off, too. – Monee, is that your
answer to everything when someone pisses you off? You hit them? – Did I say that’s my answer
to everything, Katherine? You’re starting to
sound like a shrink! – Monee, you’re keeping
everything bottled up inside, it’s what’s making you
lash out at Earnest. (Monee crying hysterically) – Why, stop it, help me, mommy! Mommy, please make this stop! Mommy, why, stop it! Oh, make it stop! – [Demonic Voice]
Shut up you brat! Tell anybody, I’ll kill you! (Monee crying hysterically) – Please get off me! – Let it out, Monee,
let it all out. – He hurt me so bad. He called me names and he… He said if I ever told anybody, that I would end up
like my dead sister. – What happened to your sister? – He killed her! He killed her and he buried her! And nobody ever did
anything about it! – [Katherine] Let’s
talk about happy times. – There were no happy times. My life was a living hell. And all my father did
was try to buy me stuff to cover up the pain. He didn’t love me. He never loved me. – [Katherine] Monee, certainly there’s something
you like doing. – You’ll laugh. – [Katherine] No, I won’t laugh. Tell me, what is it? – [Monee] I like to paint. – (sighs) It’s beautiful. Let me see, baby. I wanna see! – Oh, you wanna see? – [Earnest] Yeah! (Earnest laughs) – No, you cannot
see my masterpiece. You can see it when it’s done. Stop moving! – Alright, I didn’t even blink! – You moved your
right index finger. (Earnest laughs) – Hey, I love you, Monee
Kinyard soon-to-be Anderson. – I love you too, Earnest
Anderson soon-to-be Kinyard. (both laughing) – So, I gotta take
your last name? – I’m joking, I’m
joking, I’m joking. (both laughing) – [Earnest] You know,
these last couple of days have really been nice, pleasant. – [Monee] They have
been nice, you’re right. – Hey, thank you for
taking your medicine, boo. – Anything for you, baby. Happy Father’s Day. – Yeah, thank you. – Did your kids call today, or? – [Earnest] I don’t know,
my phone’s in the car. – Oh, why don’t you
go check it out? – [Earnest] Okay… Sure it’s okay for me to move? (both laughing) – [Monee] Yes. – Gotta go by the
bathroom, wanna come? – I’m sure you can go to
the bathroom by yourself. Sure. – Very funny, seriously,
you wanna come with me? – Babe, I’ll be right
here when you get back. Go ahead, I’m fine. ♪ I been seeing
you here so much ♪ ♪ I already know
what’s on your mind ♪ ♪ Every time we touch girl ♪ ♪ It’s something
like a soul grind ♪ ♪ Even though I hate it ♪ ♪ I know you got
someone at home ♪ ♪ We need to stop faking ♪ ♪ And go ahead and get it on ♪ ♪ I ain’t playing, I wanna
take you home with me ♪ ♪ I wanna take
you home with me ♪ ♪ And if you let me, I’m
gonna do them thangs ♪ ♪ To make you feel alright ♪ ♪ Come on baby, that’s right ♪ ♪ I know you feeling it’s time ♪ ♪ Girl, I know you’re not mine ♪ ♪ But I wanna take you
home with me tonight ♪ ♪ We can’t fight it, it’s
been a long time coming ♪ ♪ Face the facts, girl,
you can’t keep on running ♪ ♪ Tell your folks it’s over ♪ ♪ ’cause we can’t hide it ♪ – Hi! – Hey!
– Baby! – Who was that? – Oh, it was some guy. – Did you check your phone? – What, yeah,
yeah, I checked it. What’d he want? – Oh, he was asking
me about my picture. Why are you interrogating me? – Picture, huh, I’m not
interrogating you, baby, I just wanna know why some
guy’s pushing up on my lady. – It was nothing,
I handled it, okay? It’s fine. – Alright. – Did Yvonne call? – Yeah, she called. – Good. – She left a voicemail. – Oh, good. Baby, I’m tired. Finish this at home? (mumbles), yes? – Yes. (mumbles) (“Whatever” by Dave Tolliver) ♪ It’s alright, it’s okay ♪ ♪ It’s alright, it’s okay ♪ ♪ Whatever she wants,
whatever she needs ♪ ♪ I don’t care how much money ♪ ♪ I don’t care
how much I spend ♪ ♪ It’s alright, it’s okay ♪ ♪ It’s alright, it’s okay ♪ ♪ All my friends
think I’m crazy ♪ ♪ I don’t give a damn, ’cause
they don’t understand ♪ ♪ That I’m my own man ♪ ♪ And I’m gonna do
what I wanna do ♪ ♪ Even if it means giving
everything to you ♪ ♪ ‘Cause you’re
worth every penny ♪ ♪ Worth every minute ♪ – Hey man, don’t kill yourself
trying to keep up with me. – I can still run
you into the ground. What you talking about? (both laughing) – Hey, it looks like things
are going pretty good between you and
psycho girlfriend. – Come on, man, she
really trying to do
her thing, you know? I’m thinking about
popping the question. – I hope that question is are you keeping sane
on your medications? – Let’s see what you got. Last 20 yards, loser buys lunch. – Let’s go! (both laughing) ♪ I can’t wait ♪ ♪ To see your face again ♪ ♪ Name the time and place ♪ ♪ Where we can meet again ♪ ♪ I’ve been all but gone ♪ ♪ And you’ve been busy, too ♪ – At 10:00 a.m. Okay, okay, bye. The hell are you doing here? – We need to talk, Monee. – Why? Is there something
wrong with Earnest? – Oh no, there’s nothing
wrong with Earnest. There’s something
wrong with you. – Just what are you
talking about Thomas? – Normally, I like
to stay in my lane, and mind my own business, but you cheating on my boy and
I’m here to put a stop to it. – Okay– – Now I don’t care
what happens to you, but Earnest seems to
love your skanky ass. – Now I don’t appreciate
you coming up in here accusing me of stuff
you have no proof of. – I’m not accusing
you of anything. I saw you myself. – That’s none of your business. – I’m making it my business. – I’m not one of
your little whores that you can push around,
I’m not scare of you. – When I hear something
about your crap from Earnest, that’s one thing. But when I see it for myself,
that’s a different story. – Get the hell out of here! – [Thomas] Now look. The only reason I’m not
mopping the floor up with your little wicked ass is for my love and
respect for Earnest. – Get the hell off of me! – Hear this. Either you tell him, or I will. – Kiss my ass, Thomas! – Tonight, Monee. – You probably get off on
pushing small women around, ’cause you can’t get it up. – Tonight. – [Monee] I’ll have
your ass arrested! (heavy metal music) – [Man] Yeah, jackpot! 25, 30… (man groans) – Bro, this purse, it
don’t match your outfit. – [Man] Ah no, bro,
you know karate, huh? Well, I know ka-ra-zee. (woman struggling) Hey, what you thought, man? Huh?
(woman struggling) You thought there weren’t
gonna be no repercussions for what you just now did huh? What’s up, huh? – [Earnest] I’m unarmed. – Well, that’s cool to me. – Put the knife down. – Put the knife down? What you want, a
one up or something? – Let’s get it. – [Man] You gonna get that, too. You’ll get your one up. Okay, okay, okay, okay. Come on. – I told you, the purse
don’t match your outfit. (dog whimpering) Let me change my clothes. (dog barking) – Oh my God, it’s not
even safe on television. I’m live right here at the
Barnacus Sports and Bar Gill, where business tycoon, my
neighbor and dear friend, Earnest Anderson
is about to execute the purchase and sale
for this building when I was accosted
by a purse snatcher, who grabbed my purse and
ran across the street. Now Earnest Anderson was
able to save the day. On foot pursuit he was able to grab my purse back
from the purse snatcher. Oh my God, this has
already gone viral on YouTube and Facebook. Reporting live right
here in southwest Atlanta at the Barnacus Sports and
Grill, I’m Lauryn “Pep” Bradley. Ladies, be safe! – [Cameraman] Alright Miss
Bradley, and we are clear. That’s a good take, I’ll
see you back at the studio. – Hey, like the spot? – You know, I can’t believe
you did that, Earnest. – What, you got your
purse back, didn’t you? – That was a very bold
and stupid thing you did. – Now you tell me, wow. – Why would you, a
man of your status and obvious wealth,
risk your life chasing behind and
confronting a thug for only $37.15 for a woman who’s not even your
wife or girlfriend? – [Earnest] That’s
all you had in there? – Yes. – Guess it just might
be the God in me. You know, God put every last
one of us here with a purpose. I just– – Why haven’t we hooked up yet? – I have a girlfriend,
you know that. – You have a master! All she ever does is
abuse you, Earnest. I’ve seen the way you fight, why do you put up with her crap? – You know I would
never hit a woman. – She’s cheating on you. – Pep, anybody that looks
for trouble hard enough is gonna find it. – Is that what I am, trouble? – [Earnest] You
certainly can be. – Can I help you? – Lorraine? – Yes, how can I help you? – You can help my by staying
the hell away from my man. – You need to leave now. – Don’t be scare now! – Scared, this is my
place of employment. – You talked all that
trash on the phone, let me see you back it up. – I will call the
police on you, Monee. (Monee laughing) – Oh you think you intimidating
me, ’cause you say my name? – Get the hell out of here! – If you ever go near Earnest
again, I will kill you. – You don’t scare me. – [Monee] Get off of me! (upbeat R&B music) ♪ I said I’m stealing the game ♪ ♪ Putting all those
cats to shame ♪ ♪ Ain’t playing around
with the business ♪ – McClaw, man, hey, come on,
get this fool man, right now. (dramatic music) – You heard about
we getting him, bro. (indistinct speaking) – Don’t be stupid, old man! Give me your watch, your
money and your keys! – Yeah, we want it all! – Man, this that fool
from the internet. – Yeah man, sure is! The dude that kicked
Cesar in the throat! – Oh, so you like kicking
people in the throat, huh? Dolemite! (boys laughing) – Rudy Ray Moore in the house! – Screw you, bro. – Yeah, man, screw
this sucker dog. And if you’re good we might
let you keep your drawers. – Well, there’s a
confident thought. (stutters) – I’ve got him, I’ve got him,
I’ve got him, I’ve got him! – Screw this narsession. Kick this, Blackie Chan! (gun fires) – Thanks for the
kicking lessons. Sometimes I hit poles. – No. Come on, man, let’s go! (“Dolemite Theme Song”) ♪ The diamond was iron
and Dolemite is here ♪ ♪ And if bad is badder ♪ (romantic R&B music) (Earnest blows party horn) (Monee laughing) – [Earnest] Happy
birthday, baby! – Oh my gosh, Earnest,
it’s beautiful! – Nothing’s too good
for my boo thang. – You put a lot of thought
into this, didn’t you? – Not really, I just studied
your personality, baby, and came up with
what I thought fit. – Oh my gosh, well,
it’s so unique. This is the most romantic thing anybody has ever done for me. – Girl, that’s because
you ain’t never been with another
me, dear child. – You’re a little full
of yourself, aren’t you? – It still looks good
to my baby, that’s all. But you know what,
I can’t wait for you to be dealing with me. – So babe, uhm, Thomas
came by my shop today. – Yeah, yeah, he told me. – Did he?
– Yeah. – Did he also tell you
that he assaulted me? – No, he didn’t say
nothing like that. – [Monee] Well, what did he say? – Baby, let’s talk
about that another time. This ain’t the time. – I wanna talk about
it now, Earnest. – [Earnest] Come on, baby. It’s our birthday, I don’t
wanna talk about this right now. – Okay, now remember, I tried
to talk to you about this. – [Earnest] I know. And I appreciate it, too. Right now, baby, all I
wanna talk about is you. And me. (both laughing) – Make it rain! You know I’m keeping
all of this, right? – [Earnest] Yeah, I never
expected you not to. (both laughing) (indistinct speaking) – [Monee] Oh, baby, wait,
wait, wait, that’s my phone. – [Earnest] No, no, no, no! – It’s my phone, wait!
– Don’t move, don’t move! Baby–
– Hey, it’s my mom. It’s my mom, she probably just
wants to say happy birthday. It’ll take one minute, okay? I promise, I promise. – Okay, it better. – [Monee] Hey ma. – [Phone] I can’t wait
to taste you again. – Actually, I’m hanging out with some friends right now,
mom, but I’ll call you later. – [Phone] What time
you coming over? – I’m not gonna be able to
come over tonight, okay, so… – I have a gift I
wanna give to you. – Well, I’m sure you do, but I’ll have to get
it tomorrow, okay? – I wanna take off that little black and white
dress you have on. – How do you know I own
a black and white skirt? – You’d be surprised at
some of the things I know. – Oh, okay ma, you know what,
I’ll see you tomorrow, okay? Oh, okay, love you,
okay, okay, bye. – [Earnest] So how is your mom? – Ah, she’s fine. – She buy your new dress? – What? – You said something
about a dress. – Oh, she just
told me that, uhm, I left a dress at the house. And so she’s just
gonna give it to me when I get other there, so. – I’m more interested
in this dress that you have on right now. (Monee giggling) – Okay, Miss Stevens,
I don’t have time to waste on nonsense. You have exactly 60 seconds
to tell me why I’m here, go. – [Lisa] Please,
it’s Lisa, Thomas. May I call you Thomas? – You can call me
whatever you like, but you’re eating up your time. Now you have 55 seconds. – Okay, Thomas. Listen, I know you
that you don’t know me from Michelle Obama, but you and I have
a common interest. – What is that
interest, Miss Stevens? – Earnest Anderson. – I’m listening. – I know that you two were
in the military together, and that you’re really close. – You can find that
on the internet. I’m not impressed. 40 seconds. – Alright, you’re right,
the bottom line is we have got to do something
about that crazy woman, Monee, before she does something, hurts him or worse
yet, kills him. – How do you know Earnest? – A brief encounter. One doesn’t take long to
realize that he is a good man, and she’s not right for him. – And you are? (phone timer beeps) – I’m not here to debate that. – Exactly. Your time is up. – Wait, wait, Thomas, Thomas. Something has to be done! – I agree, but it’s up to
Earnest to leave her alone. – She is a very
dangerous woman, Thomas. – How do you know this? – Earnest and I talk. I just want what is
best for Earnest. – So do I. – [Lisa] What’s wrong? – Do you know Earnest
saved my life twice? – I’m all ears if
you’re willing to share. – The first time we were in
the desert training to deploy, and I walked right
up on a snake. And he pushed me to the side
just as the snake struck at me. – Oh God, well, what
was the second time? – We were in Bosnia. And this young girl walked
up to use begging for food. Earnest caught it right
away, but I didn’t. (Thomas groans) – [Earnest] Thomas
no, she’s a sniper! – She stuck me in the gut
with a six-inch blade. Earnest disarmed her, but not
before she sliced his arm. – [Lisa] Did she get away? – He killed her
with his bare hands. – [Lisa] Was he charged? – [Thomas] It was self defense. He suffers from a
mild case of PTSD. He had to make a choice. – He’s never told me about that. – He probably never will. Even though he was
wounded and bleeding, that creep dragged me for half
a mile, before passing out. – And to think he
lets Monee abuse him the way that she does. (Thomas groans) – It sticks with him. He lives with that memory
every day of his life. – [Earnest] No, she’s a sniper! So I, so I owe him my life. ♪ We always wonder ♪ ♪ Is it possible to be in love ♪ ♪ with two people
at the same time ♪ – Hello, earth to
Earnest, hello? – I’m sorry. – Well, it’s quite a surprise. Never thought I’d see you again. – Yeah well, sometimes
I surprise myself. – So what made you call? I mean, the other
night you were, no, I can’t do this,
I’m so in love. (laughs) what, you’re not in love now? (both laughing) – She just be
tripping sometimes. – And she just be
tripping sometimes. You know, it amazes me that
older men talk like that. Trying to be cool. – So now you trying
to roast me, huh? – You know, what I
understand is I watched you kick that thug’s ass who
weighs 20 pounds more than you. Yet you allow Monee,
who’s half your weight, to whip the hell out of you. – There’s something about
that woman that makes me weak. – [Pep] So what, I
don’t make you weak? – [Earnest] Yeah, you do,
but in a different way. – And what way might that be? – Monee is kryptonite,
you’re like cyanide. (both laughing) – Okay, Mister Superman,
I’ll be cyanide. – [Earnest] Damn, Thomas,
where you at, dawg? – Hey! Who’s in there? I said, is anybody in there? You picked the wrong
damn house to rob! I will shoot your ass! Damn! Earnest, why you
didn’t say nothing? – I didn’t have anything to say. – You knew I was scared as hell. But you just gonna stand there. You saw me looking around,
didn’t say nothing! – What the hell was I
supposed to say, Monee? – Anythng, like, it’s me! Okay, instead of standing
there like a retard! – You know, I’m really
tired of your insults. – And I’m tired of your
stupid ass, Earnest. – I don’t know why I
ruined the last 13 months of my life screwing
with your lame ass. – [Monee] Lame? – God, you are beyond help! – You ruined your life? Let me tell you something, I
can do so much better than you. – Then haul ass! – You’re not even at
the same caliber of men that I’m used to dealing with! – Ain’t nobody stopping
you from leaving! – You’re the one that
asked me to move in here! – I asked you? – Yeah–
– You are a basket case! I was just trying to help you. God, I regret that. – (laughs) You can’t
even manage this place with your stupid ass! – I don’t need a damn
thing from you, okay? – You don’t need me? – Hell no, I don’t need you! – You don’t need me? – You know, the only
thing you can do for me is stay the hell out of my life! – Why? So you’re stinking skinny ass
bitch can move up in here? – Anything would be an
improvement over you. – [Monee] You are
so dumb, Earnest! You dumb ass! Your stupid ass! – Monee, you are
the worst mistake that I’ve ever made in my life. – Yeah, you a dumb ass. Your family’s a dumb
ass, you a stupid ass! – Whatever, witch. – Did you just call me a bitch? You just call me bitch? You just call me a bitch? – [Earnest] If that’s what– – You just call me a bitch? You know what, I’m
gonna call 911. – [Earnest] Call
them, I don’t care. – I’m gonna tell them
that you raped me. – [Earnest] And what? – Yeah, I’m gonna tell
them that you raped me! I’m gonna tell them that
you held a gun to my head! You held a gun to my
head and wouldn’t take me to get my medicine, Earnest! – Go to hell! – Go to hell? – Monee, I’m tired of you! – I’m tired of you, too! I’m tired of your dumb ass! (Earnest groans) Stupid ass! Stupid! (punch lands) (gun fires) (suspenseful music) – [Earnest] Monee, help. Help! – 911, what’s your emergency? – They killed my boyfriend! I think they killed
my boyfriend! – Who killed your boyfriend? – I don’t know, I
don’t know, some guys! So guys, it was a home invasion! And I don’t know, no! – Calm down, ma’am,
calm down, ma’am. – Yes. – Are you okay? – Yes, well, I, I, I
walked in and, and– – What’s your– – And they hit me, and
I managed to get away, and they left him– – Yes, ma’am.
– Laying on the floor! – Ma’am what is your
name and your address? – Monee Kinyard,
33 Olsen Avenue. Please, please help me, please! – Ma’am, are they
still in the house? – I don’t know, I
don’t know, I told you! I got away, please help me! – [911] Ma’am we are
dispatching units to your house right
now, please calm down. They’re on their way. Ma’am, please stay on the line. Please stay on the line, ma’am. Monee, are you there? (man laughing) – Okay? – [Man] You got a
big day planned? – [Katherine] Got
a big day planned. Always a big day planned. I’ll see you at dinner, okay? – [Man] Okay, baby. – [Katherine] Bye. Monee, what are you doing here? – The question is what
are you doing here? You’re a shrink! – I’m a mental health
professional, Monee. I’m a clinical psychiatrist. – You lied to me. All this time pretending
like you care. Acting like you’re just
some gallery owner. Monee, I had to, it’s
the only thing I could do to get you to open up. You said you hated
psychiatrists. – I still do! I hate you, you are no
better than Earnest! – [Katherine] Calm down. – You calm down! I came here to claim
Earnest’s body, only to find out you’re a
fake ass stinking shrink! – Claim his body? – Stay the hell away
from me, Katherine! Maybe you’ll end up like him. – Monee, are you okay? – [Monee] Watch your back, Katherine, or should
I say Dr. Malone? – Monee, don’t go, you
should sit for a min– – [Monee] Stop sweating me! I said, I’m okay. I’m okay. – Okay, Mr. Ray. Blood pressure
looks really good! I will see you in two weeks. – [Ray] Thank you
there, Dr. Malone. – You’re welcome,
have a good day. (phone ringing) Dr. Malone. – [Katherine] Baby, I
think we have a problem. – Hey, sweetheart. Are you okay? – [Katherine] You
remember the patient I was telling you about? The man? The man that you operated on
last night was her boyfriend. The man from the home invasion. – Of course, what about her? – She was just here. I think she may have had
something to do with his attack. She was here to claim his body. – Well, were you able to get
anything else out of her? – No, she ran out. So, I don’t know, I’m
a little concerned. Maybe it was nothing. Anyway, so I… I need to stop by
the art gallery, so I may be a little
late getting there, okay? – Okay, sweetheart, well
do you want me to stop by? – [Katherine] Oh,
no, no, I’ll be fine. I’ll just see you at home
a little later, okay? Okay, I love you. – Okay, babe, love you, too. – Hello, is someone there? Lorraine? Lorr– – I’m here for Earnest Anderson. – You can’t go back there. – [Monee] That’s my
fiance back there! Get out of my way! – I said, you can’t
go back there. – [Monee] Get out of my way! That’s my fiance! – I have strict orders not
to let anyone in that room! – [Monee] I don’t care! – You can either
leave or get arrested, but you’re not
going in that room! – This is some bull. – You have a great day, ma’am! – Is that you, babe? – No, it’s me, babe. – Monee, Monee, I
was just leaving. – I don’t think so, doctor. Now I know that you know what
really happened to Earnest. Too bad you’re not gonna get the opportunity to tell anybody. – Monee, everybody knows
that I’m still here. And they also know that I
spoke with you this morning, so maybe it’s better
if you just leave. – No, it’s better
if you would have minded your own damn business. – Monee, don’t do this,
we can talk about– – I’m done talking! – Monee, please, I
understand you, I can help! – You don’t understand
nothing, liar! Stop lying, such a liar! – Monee, I do understand, I… I was in an abusive
relationship for years. – Lying! Who hit your lily
white ass anyway? – You don’t understand,
Monee, I as the abuser. Just like you. I was you! – You?
– Yes. I beat and terrorized
my husband for years. But he stayed with me,
and we worked through it. Monee, with therapy,
with hard work, and prayer, I got better! I got better, Monee,
and so can you! No! Monee! – Oh, my God! (scuffling) – Hey, Lorraine! Lorraine! – [Lorraine] Oh my God,
Thomas, where have you been? – I was in Hilly
for the last week. – I’ve been trying to
reach you for four days. – Well, I lost my
phone over there, but someone found it and they
put it in the mail for me. – (crying) So you don’t
know what happened? – No, what happened? (Lorraine crying) – Earnest was attacked,
he was beaten and shot! – Attacked? Man, I’ll kill
that witch, myself! Is he still alive? – No one knows, no one
even knows where he is! Dr. Malone’s husband
performed surgery on him, and then he disappeared
from the hospital. – We need some answers. – Monee claims that it
was a home invasion, but I know that
she’s behind this. – What’s going on! – This morning, look, I
got served with these. – A summon to court? – Yes. Thomas, I’m afraid. – [Thomas] I know, I know. But I have to find Earnest. – [Lorraine] How are
we gonna find him? – [Thomas] I’m gonna
do what we soldiers do. Just pray that he’s still alive. Remember, we trained together. (suspenseful music) (indistinct speaking) – [Man] All rise
for the honorable Judge Ronald Bradford presiding. – This is case number
5976459 on the docket. Miss Monee R. Kinyard
versus Lorraine Fence. Both parties present? – [Monee] Right here. – Ma’am stand up when
you address the court, and address me as your Honor. – [Monee] Right
here, your Honor. – And what about Miss
Fence, is she here? – [Lorraine] Here, your Honor. – This is for all intents and
purposes a trial by judge. You will be sworn in. There will be no jury. And you’ll each be
defending yourselves. Both of you raise
your right hand. Do you solemnly swear
to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing
but the truth, so help you God? – [Both] I do, your Honor. – Okay, Miss Kinyard, you allege that Miss Fence threatened
you, physically attacked you, conspired to murder
your boyfriend, and sent out some nude
pictures of you via email. – [Monee] Yes, your Honor. – [Bradford] Well,
what was your demeanor when you approached her? – Well, I was mad. I wanted her to get the
hell out of my shop. – What did you do when
she didn’t comply? – I stepped to her. – [Bradford] I see. Sounds like to me that
you were the aggressor, and seems like she was
just defending herself. – I was defending myself! That was my shop! – Then what happened? – Well, we started scrapping,
and a customer stepped in and then she left. – By scrapped, you
mean you fought? – [Monee] Yes. – When did this gun
incident take place? – Well, it happened later on
that day when I was closing. She came back and
held a gun to my head, and she took some jewelry that
my ex-fiance had given me, and she stole the money
that I made that day. – You’re a murderer! – [Bradford] (bangs gavel) Sir! Sit down, sit down or I
will have you removed. Tell me about the nude pictures
of you on the internet. – Well, she stole some
naked pictures of me, and she emailed them
to all of my clients. – Let me see them. – She made up a fake
address [email protected] – Anybody can create an email,
put a fake address on it. You have anything at
all linking Miss Fence to actually sending the email? – No, but her signature
was on the email, and like I said, my
witness can explain to you. – Okay, Miss Kinyard, you’ve
not provided the court with anything that supports
your allegation; therefore, I have to rule this portion
of your case, dismissed. – Are you at least gonna
let my witness speak? – Miss Kinyard, there’s
nothing that he can say, that would link Miss
Fence to that email. So this portion of
your case is dismissed. – This is some bull– – That outburst will cost
you $350 and a night in jail. Would you care to go
for 700 and a week? – No, your Honor, I’m sorry, but I just don’t understand,
why you are dismissing my case. – Now let’s address,
this conspiracy to murder your boyfriend. – She and her friend, Thomas,
they devised this plot to have my ex-fiance killed. So they arranged
a home invasion. I walked in on it
and they attacked me. And I got away,
but they shot him! But I learned that he lived. – You heard that he lived? The two of you were together
in a relationship at the time? – [Monee] Well, we were going through a break up at that time. – So you didn’t care
enough to follow up to see if this gentleman– – Your Honor, there
he is right there! That’s him, that’s
him right there! Thomas, he’s with her,
he’s partnered with her to kill my ex-fiance! That’s him, have him
arrested right now! (Bradford bangs gavel) – Order, ma’am, take
your seat and be quiet! Bailiff! – Your Honor, if I may, I believe I can shed
light on this matter. – [Bradford] Young man,
approach the bench. Raise your right hand. – Thank you, your Honor. – [Bradford] Do you
swear that the testimony as it pertains to this
matter at hand is the truth, the whole truth, and nothing
but the truth as you know it? – I do, your Honor. – [Bradford] Let’s hear
what you have to say. – Actually, I’m not alone. If the court will
indulge a recording. I would like to
bring another party to validate my testimony. – [Bradford] So be it. – [Lorraine] Earnest! – [Thomas] Your Honor– (courtroom clamors) – [Bradford] Quiet,
ladies and gentlemen, please quiet in
the court, please. – [Thomas] Your Honor,
Earnest Anderson. Your Honor, this is a
recording of a phone message that I received the night
Miss Kinyard attempted to murder Mr. Anderson. He called me just
before the attack. – [Monee] You called me a bitch? – [Earnest] If that’s what– – [Monee] You called me a bitch? You know what, I’m
gonna call 911. I’m gonna tell them
that you raped me. Yeah, I’m gonna tell
them you raped me. I’m gonna tell them you
held a gun to my head. You held a gun to my
head and wouldn’t take me to get my medicine, Earnest! – [Earnest] Go to hell! – [Monee] Go to hell? – [Earnest] Okay,
I’m tired of you! – [Monee] I’m tired of you, too! You dumb ass! (Monee hits Earnest
with fire poker) Stupid ass! Stupid! (gun fires) (suspenseful music) – I hate you. (gun clicks) – Go!
(gun fires) (people screaming) (gun fires) (Monee groans) (suspenseful music) – Monee has taken and
ruined so many lives these past few weeks. Dr. Malone, her
husband, all of us. – You know what,
it’s true, Lorraine. I have known Katherine
for many years. We went to medical
school together. I know her husband, and she said a lot of great things
about you, too. – Dr. Sanders, – Ursula, we are
practically family. We are not in the office. – This is one of
Earnest’s favorite places. – He’s gonna need this on top of a lot of love and attention. Therapy and a lot of love
and support from us all. – He will never be alone. One of us will be with
him around the clock. Have you dealt with this type
of situation before, Ursula? – More so that now there
are 5.3 million cases of abusive incidents
of physical abuse, most are with women 18 and up. And 3.2 million with men
that are never reported. – [Lorraine] That’s astonishing. – Women average 6.9 abuse
cases annually, and men, 4.4. – [Lorraine] Well, I
can kind of understand why women won’t report
abuse, because of fear, but what makes a man
endure so much abuse. – Fear, pride, prison,
you know, retaliation. Let me just say this, no
matter how tough, strong, or big a woman
might appear to be, if a man hits her,
she’s going down. – But yet, they still have
the courage to beat on a man. – [Ursula] I would
say rage, not courage. – It’s unbelievable. – [Ursula] What’s
unbelievable is the fact that most abuse victims are
never reported properly. 20% of rape, 25% of assaults, and hardly ever
do men report it. – That’s great information,
more people need to know. – You gonna need
a lot of therapy, lot of reconstructive work, but most importantly,
he’s gonna need love and support from us all. – I can assure you,
that you can count on. – Oh, I don’t doubt
that at all, Thomas. – Hey buddy, that
was a close call. I thought we lost you. – I know. I’m fine… Thank you, Thomas,
I love you, man. – Why didn’t you let me
know that you were alive? – Couldn’t take a
chance of Monee knowing why you were there. I knew Thomas would
know how to find me. – But how did you get
out of the hospital without anybody knowing? – Eight months in
Bosnia, remember? Staying alive, moving, not
being seen, it’s second nature. – We gonna take good
care of you, dawg. You already know that. – Rest assured that no matter how long it takes
for you to recover, I’m gonna be here for you. – Thank you. – I love you, man. – I love you, too. And I feel sorry for Monee. – Monee got exactly
what was coming to her. (“Whatever” by Dave Tolliver) ♪ It’s all yours ♪ ♪ You can have it ♪ ♪ Until that morning
you can grab it ♪ ♪ ‘Cause ain’t no limit
to what I’ll do for you ♪ ♪ Like Bonnie and Clyde ♪ ♪ When we making moves ♪ ♪ And if you like it rough ♪ ♪ I’m gonna beat it up ♪ ♪ And if you like it smooth ♪ ♪ I’m gonna ride
to this groove ♪ ♪ ‘Cause it’s all about you ♪ ♪ And the thinks that you do ♪ – Let me out of here,
you son of a bitch! (distressed shouting) ♪ It’s alright, it’s okay ♪ ♪ It’s alright, it okay ♪ ♪ Whatever she wants,
whatever she needs ♪ ♪ I don’t care how much it is ♪ ♪ Don’t care how
much time I spend ♪ ♪ It’s alright, it’s okay ♪ ♪ It’s alright, it’s okay ♪ ♪ All my friends
think I’m crazy ♪ ♪ But I don’t give a damn ♪ ♪ ‘Cause they don’t understand ♪ ♪ That I’m my own man ♪ ♪ And I’m gonna do
what I wanna do ♪ ♪ Even if it means giving
everything to you ♪ ♪ ‘Cause you’re
worth every penny ♪ ♪ Worth every minute ♪ ♪ As long as I’m with you ♪ ♪ I know that I’m winning ♪ ♪ It’s like that and
that’s the way it is ♪ ♪ ‘Cause it’s like that
and that’s the way it is ♪ ♪ Whatever she wants,
whatever she needs ♪ ♪ I don’t care how much it is ♪ ♪ It’s all yours,
it’s all yours ♪ ♪ I don’t care how
much time I spend ♪ ♪ It’s alright, it’s okay ♪ ♪ It’s alright, it’s okay ♪ ♪ Whatever she wants,
whatever she needs ♪ ♪ I don’t care how much it ♪ ♪ Whatever you need ♪ ♪ I don’t care how
much time I spend ♪ ♪ It’s alright, it’s okay ♪ ♪ It’s alright, it’s okay ♪ ♪ (vocalizing) ♪ ♪ Say it’s alright baby ♪ ♪ Here you have everything ♪ ♪ Whatever she wants,
whatever she needs ♪ ♪ I don’t care how much it is ♪ ♪ I don’t care how
much time I spend ♪ ♪ It’s alright, it’s okay ♪ ♪ It’s alright, it’s okay ♪ ♪ Whatever she wants,
whatever she needs ♪ ♪ I don’t care how much it is ♪ ♪ I don’t care how
much time I spend ♪ ♪ It’s alright, it’s okay ♪ ♪ Whatever she wants,
whatever she needs ♪ ♪ I don’t care how much it is ♪ ♪ Or how much time I spend ♪ ♪ It’s alright, it’s okay ♪ ♪ It’s alright, it’s okay ♪ ♪ (vocalizing) ♪ ♪ Said it’s alright baby ♪ ♪ Here you have everything ♪ ♪ Whatever she wants,
whatever she needs ♪