Madam Chelsea

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samira

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When Janet gets laid off because of her unqualified license as a teacher she turns to a different approach to make money. Who could have imagined that Janet will make money from being a Chelsea fun and wear the blues proudly? This drama will cause you to laugh out loud but join me in finding Janet's fate.

Starring;

Patience Ozokwor
Chiwetalu Agu
 

samira

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Currently watching this flick...Chiwetalu Agu has already started with his phase..sweat:..looks like it will be funny indeed :bouncy...as usual, Mama G does her thing.
 

NTB

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Chinwetalu and Patience na serious oku na oku (fire and fire) don jam for this movie :laugh:

SamiraDarling, I will look for the movie and watch to hear them words :laugh: Trust Mr. C and Ms. P to give us a lesson in Igbo language.
 

NTB

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SamiraDarling, it was nice chatting and :laugh: with ya last night. Patience Ozokwor and Chiwetalu Agu looked :laugher: in them Jersey.

Mr. C kept hollering "Igbo eru Onitsha" meaning Igbos don reach Onitsha. I was made to understand that back in the day (before the 70's) that Onitsha was a place naija's and mostly Igbo's considered to be abroad because before the Niger Bridge was built one had to enter the canoe to reach Onitsha and other places like Asaba. Onitsha people no believe say that they are Igbos anyway.

I no fit continue watching after part 1 cause Ms. P will not kill me with :laugh: with her antics and words. The way she take that stick and commoth that cloth from Mr. C's shoulder :roll God help us :roll

I will watch the rest over the weekend
 

samira

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SamiraDarling, it was nice chatting and :laugh: with ya last night. Patience Ozokwor and Chiwetalu Agu looked :laugher: in them Jersey.

Mr. C kept hollering "Igbo eru Onitsha" meaning Igbos don reach Onitsha. I was made to understand that back in the day (before the 70's) that Onitsha was a place naija's and mostly Igbo's considered to be abroad because before the Niger Bridge was built one had to enter the canoe to reach Onitsha and other places like Asaba. Onitsha people no believe say that they are Igbos anyway.

I no fit continue watching after part 1 cause Ms. P will not kill me with :laugh: with her antics and words. The way she take that stick and commoth that cloth from Mr. C's shoulder :roll God help us :roll

I will watch the rest over the weekend
:roll your explanation for the phrase he kept blocking our ears with does not match with each of the situations he was heard saying it o.... I am beginning to think that he makes them up for each movie....the man is so funny.

I am usually skeptical when selecting comedy movies...but, it is an a exception for me when I see Mama G teamed together with Sam Loco Efe, Nkem or Mr. C.....

the parts 2 to 4 were cool too. u will enjoy it.
 

NTB

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:roll your explanation for the phrase he kept blocking our ears with does not match with each of the situations he was heard saying it o.... I am beginning to think that he makes them up for each movie....the man is so funny.

I am usually skeptical when selecting comedy movies...but, it is an a exception for me when I see Mama G teamed together with Sam Loco Efe, Nkem or Mr. C.....

the parts 2 to 4 were cool too. u will enjoy it.
Look at it from this prospective. Each time he said that phrase the situation had to do with getting to a better place, situation than the one that they were faced with. Onitsha in those days was considered a better place because it was place that you had to be ferried to not by walking or driven to.

He coined this phrase from the popular phrase "e rugo Onitsha" (U don reach Onitsha)
 

samira

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Look at it from this prospective. Each time he said that phrase the situation had to do with getting to a better place, situation than the one that they were faced with. Onitsha in those days was considered a better place because it was place that you had to be ferried to not by walking or driven to.

He coined this phrase from the popular phrase "e rugo Onitsha" (U don reach Onitsha)
I see.....i just think he is saying something like 'Lord have mercy' or 'I cannot believe this' but you maybe right. Yes, I will also like to read an his interview.....I wanted to ask Patience some questions about him when we met with Patience O , but i could see that she was tired and left it alone...but, he will be one interesting character to interview with.
 

Beautiful_Soul

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I still havent got around to watching it. I had my friend round and put it in but he didnt find it funny at all so I had to take it out... It looked ok to me though from the little I watched!
 

Kala Lou

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The title of the part 3 &4 turned me off, which one be "Crazy FUNS"....not one person during production could tell them the word nah "Fans".....reminds me of another screen gem "Boys Cot"...instead of cult...:1087:
 
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