Rasheeda’s mom is over to hear the latest on her son-in-law’s exploits and tells her daughter, “Rasheeda! You know this is upsetting me, honey.” And there’s nothing worse than an upset mother-in-law.
As she’s walking out the door, she tells Rasheeda, “I wish I could see him!” because hell hath no fury like a southern woman who is pissed off, and look who approaches on his bike, but Mr. Pop-a-Wheelie himself.
“Well, look at that,” she says.
Kirk has arrived home, he says, “to be with my baby. Party’s over.” He greets the two women by saying “I’ve come to patch up my relationship.”
“I’ll help you patch it up,” Rasheeda’s mom says. And her way of helping is a doozie.