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‘Love Thy Neighbor’ Season 1, Episode 38: ‘I Don’t See You That Way’

Love Thy Neighbor Season 1, Episode 38 I Don't See You That Way

“Love Thy Neighbor” season 1, episode 38: “I Don’t See You That Way” airs Wednesday on OWN.

Coming up on the next episode, Philip tries to woo Linda with a romantic dinner.

OWN describes the show as follows:

“Tyler Perry’s “Love Thy Neighbor,” the new situation comedy by writer and director Perry is a wonderfully fresh show about a middle class family, and their daily joys, struggles, triumphs and fumbles. Hattie Mae Love lives in the simple home that she and one of her husbands bought some time ago. Linda, her daughter, splits her time between Hattie’s home, and the apartment she sometimes shares with her on-again, off-again husband Lionel. Danny, Linda’s son, is his mother’s pride and joy. He is young, handsome, smart and looking for a job. After graduating from college, Danny finds himself on his grandmother Hattie Mae’s sofa. Floyd, the uncle, through his late brother’s marriage to Hattie Mae, is an ever-present thorn in the family’s side. Like old luggage, they can never seem to get rid of him.”

“Love Thy Neighbor” season 1, episode 38 airs March 19 at 9 p.m. EST on OWN.

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3 thoughts on “‘Love Thy Neighbor’ Season 1, Episode 38: ‘I Don’t See You That Way’

  1. I am so sorry to say this but for the first time and most certain my last,I sat thru an episode of Tyler Perry's "Love Thy Neighbor", and I found this to be the biggest piece of buffonery ever to grace a t.v. screen. And what angers me and I do mean anger is that it just makes you question what level of I.Q. does one have to have to find the dialogue and characters entertaining? The character of the mother just really irritated me by the fact, who talks like that and sings the whole dialogue?. You know I've, in the past, defended Tyler Perry when people said his characters are one dimensional and over the top foolish, but with this show, I must agree. But what's really painful is that obviously they have people who find it entertaining and Oprah encourages it. And anyone knows that in the heyday of the Oprah Winfrey show, not only she would have never had any of the like characters to grace her stage, it's just hard for me to believe that she found it entertaining. Then again I did tell someone if I were an actor, and was offered a role on the show for a certain amount of money, I guess I'd play a role also….I mean people do have bills to pay. SMH…I got a headache 🙁

  2. phillip you need to let linda go live her life too.

  3. Taya Jan Love Johnson says:

    I enjoy the show

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