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* DidntThinkThisThrough: Sheila insists on spending all of hers and Troy’s savings on the couples retreat presumably because she believed that it would help their marriage, but it just caused more strain because all Troy could think about was how much more broke they’d become.

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* DidntThinkThisThrough: Sheila does this throughout this film.
** This is the main cause for Sheila and Troy’s issues in their marriage. Sheila just decided to make Troy quit his job, sell his shop, and for them to move from Colorado with little money to spend, an infant son, and without a job for Troy to provide for the family without thinking about the possibility of unemployment putting a strain on their marriage. Even Troy lampshades that they should have waited a few years to move.
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Sheila insists on spending all of hers and Troy’s savings on the couples retreat presumably because she believed that it would help their marriage, but it just caused more strain because all Troy could think about was how much more broke they’d become.become.
** Sheila for the third time. She goes to her ex husband, Mike, of all people to help Troy get a job behind the latter’s back. While she meant well, she does this without thinking of the possibility of Troy finding out (which he later does, and Troy is ''pissed'' for a good reason).


* FanDisservice: Invoked: Angela playing in the ocean in a gorgeous bikini would be absolutely alluring...had she not been [[spoiler: covered by the ashes of a woman (as the elderly couple was sending them out into the sea, but the wind caused them to land on her instead).]]



** Also, the recession lead to both Troy being unable to find work in law enforcement after moving from Colorado to Atlanta (in spite of his credentials) and for Angela's own beauty shop to take a hit resulting in her losing business and Marcus (now a sports announcer) ending up the breadwinner.

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** Also, the recession lead to both Troy being unable to find work in law enforcement after moving from Colorado to Atlanta (in spite of his credentials) and for Angela's own beauty shop to take a hit resulting in her losing business and Marcus (now a sports announcer) newscaster) ending up the breadwinner.



* ShoutOut: The storyline of Sheila asking Mike to hook Troy up with a job is obviously a replica of the storyline in the movie ''Film/SoulFood'' when Bird goes behind Lem's back to help the latter get a job.

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* ShoutOut: The storyline of Sheila asking Mike to hook Troy up with a job is obviously a replica of the storyline in the movie ''Film/SoulFood'' when Bird goes behind Lem's back to help the latter get a job. Both men even react the same way to learning the truth.

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* DidntThinkThisThrough: Sheila insists on spending all of hers and Troy’s savings on the couples retreat presumably because she believed that it would help their marriage, but it just caused more strain because all Troy could think about was how much more broke they’d become.


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* JerkassHasAPoint:
** Patricia may be an InsufferableGenius, but she was right about how Sheila should start seeing things from Troy's point of view. She's also right about how controlling Angela can be.
** When Troy apologizes to Mike for attacking him, Mike points out that Sheila would never be the type of person to cheat on her spouse (Mike is right).

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Troy goes [[spoiler:berserk when he assumes his wife is cheating on him. He attacks Mike and yells at Sheila. Even Sheila is shocked by his behavior]].


* ShoutOut: The storyline of Sheila asking Mike to hook Troy up with a job is obviously a replica of the storyline in the movie "Soul Food" when Bird goes behind Lem's back to help the latter get a job.

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* ShoutOut: The storyline of Sheila asking Mike to hook Troy up with a job is obviously a replica of the storyline in the movie "Soul Food" ''Film/SoulFood'' when Bird goes behind Lem's back to help the latter get a job.

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* ShoutOut: The storyline of Sheila asking Mike to hook Troy up with a job is obviously a replica of the storyline in the movie "Soul Food" when Bird goes behind Lem's back to help the latter get a job.


** Poor Patricia gets in on this when she's in the hospital and she cries over the car accident involving Gavin that she indirectly causes.

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** Poor Patricia gets in on this when [[spoiler:when she's in the hospital and she cries over the car accident involving Gavin that she indirectly causes.causes]].
* NotWhatItLooksLike: Sheila has an implied one on her face when she is in Mike’s apartment & she opens the door to find her husband Troy.


* HypocriticalHumor: When Angela is told by Patricia that the former just wants to be in control of her marriage:
-->'''Angela:''' Pat, I am not trying to control this man. I don't wanna control him, I just want him to do what I say.
-->'''Patricia:''' You see? There it is, right there!




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* WouldntHitAGirl: Implied. When Troy believed that Sheila was cheating on him, the former went after Mike and beat him up while verbally confronting Sheila.


Once again, the four couples (but with Troy this time) go on a retreat in the Bahamas Drama ensues while Mike makes a return.

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Once again, the four couples (but with Troy this time) go on a retreat in the Bahamas Bahamas. Drama ensues while Mike makes a return.


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* InnocentlyInsensitive: Sheila told the group that she and Troy spent their last amount of money to go to the Bahamas, not knowing that Troy didn't want her to do that.


* BabiesEverAfter: Troy and Sheila end up having a son in this film. Also, Diane unties her tubes so that she and Terry can have a son.

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* BabiesEverAfter: Troy and Sheila end up having a son in this film. Also, Diane Dianne unties her tubes so that she and Terry can have a son.



* CassandraTruth: When Angela questions Marcus on who he had in their bed, Marcus said he didn’t have anybody. Angela doesn’t believe him until it’s revealed that it was the Gardner & the Maid having sex.

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* CassandraTruth: When Angela questions Marcus on who he had in their bed, Marcus said he didn’t have anybody. Angela doesn’t believe him until it’s revealed that it was the Gardner & gardener and the Maid maid having sex.sex.
* CharacterDevelopment: Shelia goes through this. In the first film, she starts off as mild-mannered and she never stood up for herself. In the second film, she becomes much more assertive and outspoken. This was actually intentional, as the producers & writers of the second film mentioned the change of Shelia’s personality in the [=DVD=] extras.



* ‪{{Flanderization}}: Sheila goes through this. In the first film, she starts off as mild-mannered and she never stood up for herself as mucu. In the second film, she becomes much more assertive and outspoken. This was actually intentional, as the producers & writers of the second film mentioned the change of Sheila’s personality in the extras ‬



* OhCrap: A few times in the movie
** When Angela arrives at Marcus’ job & Marcus mutters “Angela.”
** When Sheila opens Mike’s apartment door & she sees Troy.

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* OhCrap: A few times in the movie
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** When Angela arrives at Marcus’ job & and Marcus mutters “Angela.”
** When Sheila opens Mike’s apartment door & and she sees Troy.


* ‪{{Flanderization}}: Sheila goes through this. In the first film, she starts off as mild-mannered and she never stood up for herself as mucu. In the second film, she becomes much more assertive and outspoken. This was actually intentional, as the producers & writers of the second film mentioned the change of Sheila’s personality. ‬

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* ‪{{Flanderization}}: Sheila goes through this. In the first film, she starts off as mild-mannered and she never stood up for herself as mucu. In the second film, she becomes much more assertive and outspoken. This was actually intentional, as the producers & writers of the second film mentioned the change of Sheila’s personality. personality in the extras

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* ‪{{Flanderization}}: Sheila goes through this. In the first film, she starts off as mild-mannered and she never stood up for herself as mucu. In the second film, she becomes much more assertive and outspoken. This was actually intentional, as the producers & writers of the second film mentioned the change of Sheila’s personality. ‬

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