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Grace Water (Crystal Fox) is under arrest for killing her husband, Shannon (Creator/MehcadBrooks). Jasmine Bryant (Bresha Webb), a public defender, is curious about why Grace killed her husband and tries to figure out what really happened.

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Grace Water (Crystal Fox) is under arrest for killing her husband, Shannon (Creator/MehcadBrooks). Jasmine Bryant (Bresha Webb), (Creator/BreshaWebb), a public defender, is curious about why Grace killed her husband and tries to figure out what really happened.


Grace Water (Crystal Fox) is under arrest for killing her husband, Shannon (Creator/MechadBrooks). Jasmine Bryant (Bresha Webb), a public defender, is curious about why Grace killed her husband and tries to figure out what really happened.

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Grace Water (Crystal Fox) is under arrest for killing her husband, Shannon (Creator/MechadBrooks).(Creator/MehcadBrooks). Jasmine Bryant (Bresha Webb), a public defender, is curious about why Grace killed her husband and tries to figure out what really happened.


Grace Water (Crystal Fox) is under arrest for killing her husband, Shannon (Mechad Brooks). Jasmine Bryant (Bresha Webb), a public defender, is curious about why Grace killed her husband and tries to figure out what really happened.

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Grace Water (Crystal Fox) is under arrest for killing her husband, Shannon (Mechad Brooks).(Creator/MechadBrooks). Jasmine Bryant (Bresha Webb), a public defender, is curious about why Grace killed her husband and tries to figure out what really happened.

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* IncompetenceInc: The bank that Grace works for. Shannon is able to: use her credentials to steal $300,000 from the bank, and the bank's only response is to fire her and demand the money back without having her arrested or opening any kind of investigation; take out a $375,000 mortgage on her house without her knowledge, totally inventing a notary who lives at an abandoned address; and take so much money out of her account that she's now overdrawn by $5,000. Somehow, all of this happens, and no fraud alarms are triggered at the bank, and seemingly no one finds it at all suspicious.

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* GeorgeJetsonJobSecurity: Grace is fired immediately after it's discovered that $300,000 dollars went missing from the bank, apparently taken out using her authorization credentials. Her boss fires her on the spot and demands the money back, seemingly without even entertaining the idea of an investigation into whether or not someone stole her credentials.


* ToplessnessFromTheBack: In Shannon's case at least. We see his naked butt cheeks before he turns around, revealing his modestly covered groin area.
* YourCheatingHeart: Shannon, at one point, [[spoiler: has sex]] right in front of his wife with another woman. Grace's first husband also cheated on her and married his mistress.

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* ToplessnessFromTheBack: In Shannon's case at least. We see his naked butt cheeks before he turns around, revealing his modestly covered groin area.
* YourCheatingHeart: Shannon, at one point, [[spoiler: has sex]] right in front of his wife with another woman. Grace's first husband also cheated on her and married his mistress.
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* Cliffhanger: How the movie ends, with [[spoiler: Sarah]] plotting on a new woman.

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* Cliffhanger: CliffHanger: How the movie ends, with [[spoiler: Sarah]] plotting on a new woman.

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* Cliffhanger: How the movie ends, with [[spoiler: Sarah]] plotting on a new woman.


* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: Jasmine is married to a cop. Would it not be a conflict of interest for her to request that he, possibly 'illegally' get her information to help her out with Grace's case?

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* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: Jasmine is married to a cop. Would it not be a conflict of interest for her to request that he, possibly 'illegally' ''illegally'' get her information to help her out with Grace's case?

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* ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight: Jasmine is married to a cop. Would it not be a conflict of interest for her to request that he, possibly 'illegally' get her information to help her out with Grace's case?


* SassyBlackWoman: A common theme among Tyler Perry movies, Grace is lonely, bitter and angry that her husband has moved on while she is alone. Her anger then spurs her to [[spoiler: use Shannon's head as batting practice.]]


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* SassyBlackWoman: Averted, surprisingly. A common theme among Tyler Perry movies, Grace is portrayed as lonely, bitter and angry that her husband has moved on while she is alone. Despite this, her personality seems very easygoing and even Sarah says she doesn't engage in confrontation.


* AngryBlackWoman: A common theme among Tyler Perry movies, Grace is lonely, bitter and angry that her husband has moved on while she is alone. Her anger then spurs her to [[spoiler: use Shannon's head as batting practice.]]

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* AngryBlackWoman: SassyBlackWoman: A common theme among Tyler Perry movies, Grace is lonely, bitter and angry that her husband has moved on while she is alone. Her anger then spurs her to [[spoiler: use Shannon's head as batting practice.]]

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* AngryBlackWoman: A common theme among Tyler Perry movies, Grace is lonely, bitter and angry that her husband has moved on while she is alone. Her anger then spurs her to [[spoiler: use Shannon's head as batting practice.]]


* ToplessnessFromtheBack: In Shannon's case at least. We see his naked butt cheeks before he turns around, revealing his modestly covered groin area.

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* ToplessnessFromtheBack: ToplessnessFromTheBack: In Shannon's case at least. We see his naked butt cheeks before he turns around, revealing his modestly covered groin area.

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