The Game S5: Stereotypical Black

In Take 2: Film/TV Reviews on 31 January 2012 at 11:15 pm

Episode 1: Season 5 Begins

Episode 2: Know Your Role

Episode 3: Classy vs Trashy

Episode 4: Stereotypical Black

Okay, so why must Chardonnay have to be so stereotypical ghetto? I mean, we want her to be black but not GHETTO!!! Couldn’t we get an intelligent black girl to be with Jason? And I don’t mean you can’t be intelligent while leaving in the ghetto….but I mean, why must she be hood. BWHAHAH! Jason said, “…after the annulment we should probably date each other.” Where they do that at? But Chardonnay says that it is not a good idea. Awwww, Jason caught feelings for a chicken head!

It’s Game Time!!!!!!!! #@TheGameBET

So Jason tricks Malik and Derwin to come to the studio. They think that he staged it to bring them back together and he didn’t. He tells them that he got married to a black woman.  They get shocked when they compare the blackness of Chardonnay. She’s not Camille or Melanie kind of black. She is a Tasha Mack kind of black. BWHAHAHA! Jason said that Chardonnay is teaching him some fine lessons like “adding bacon to anything makes it delicious” and “adding Vaseline to your elbow makes it silky smooth.” Malik did give Jason the best kind of advice.

EWWW! This baby conversation between Melanie and Derwin is a bit too much. And they had sex right before church. So Melanie switched churches and the pastor is holding up the service until they get there. But what I HATE is the fact that Melanie is faking on church. I mean, I know that she never paid much attention to the church aspect in the previous seasons, but she is taking it too far for this episode. WHAT ARE THEY DOING TO MY SHOW?!!!! This is not the Melanie that we know.  I can’t take this much longer. I don’t see the hint of the people that we came to know and love. UGH!

I am glad that Derwin spoke up about the foolishness that was the church service. SO Melanie is paying big checks to get the VIP service at church. I don’t like this Melanie at ALL! I hate it so much.

I love how Jason took paid air time to make a pitch to Chardonnay. Okay, so Chardonnay is 32. And Jason says that “melanin really is an anti-aging tool”. Lmao! I also love the Starz product placement in her pitch. And Jason tries to go on a date with a more refined black sister and I can tell that it is not to work out. And he is being stereotypical nigga in this movie theater on this date. I HATE IT!!! I am cringing. I really hate this. I hate it, I hate it, I hate it!!!!!!

Where does Tasha live? Isnt this like new place number 3? Jason shows up to ask Tasha advice on Chardonnay. So Tasha gives Jason the history of “our plight”. Jason asked how do you et his black woman to be with him? Tasha said that Jason needs to meet Chardonnay on her terms. And then she hands him Steve Harvey’s book. “Act Like a Woman, Think Like a Man.” *BLANK FACE* I can’t take all of these product placements.

So Melanie and Derwin head to church the next Sunday and they sit in the “coach” section of the church. Someone asks Derwin to autograph his Bible. A chick takes a pic and the dude sitting next to them asks if Derwin can give him money to turn his phone back on. OH!!! Celeste, that is the mother from Soul Food!!! So Celeste stands up and testifies about the hardships of her family and Melanie feels guilty for hugging her $30,000 purse.

Jason goes to the bar to confront Chardonnay. So the 2 dates that Jason went out with were Chardonnay’s friends because he didn’t know any more black people. SMDH. But after 3 minutes of nonsense, he breaks down and tells her that he wants her. I think the last minute of that scene with Jason and Chardonnay was about the realest thing in the entire episode. Shame.



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