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I have great respect when it comes to a great writer and producer. I love Tylers work. However the writing material for the characters on the "Have and Have Nots" are not appealing. The show can be better without the characters repeating there lines over and over, and the storylines going on for weeks and months. Tyler, Please bring in more actors, and actresses, also,bring female relationships, and more diverse characters. Furthermore, If you would like for your shows to continue to be successful please review the old, daytime soaps and intertwine that with a theater concept.

I love your work because it is different. It is just repetitive and loosing its spunk on your shows. Madea is my favorite.
I hope, Tyler, you take this constructive and not me being censorious.

Overall Keep up the good work.
Posted By: Tina Marie Sanchez
Sunday, February 18th 2018 at 11:20PM
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